Mashable is investigating how science affects our daily lives. From the chemistry of cilantro to why we fear clowns, you’ll always learn something new.
Researchers at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences developed a new printing technique that allows them to manipulate the size of liquid drops with sound waves. That may not seem revolutionary at first glance, but it actually opens the door to a world where human tissue manufacturing is easier than ever. Here’s how it works.
Amid record-high STD rates, ‘super gonorrhea’ could be coming to a town near you
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We could detect Alzheimer’s with an eye test in the near future
61 shares | Aug 29, 2018
Love the smell of rain? Here’s how it works.
53 shares | Aug 28, 2018
Wanna learn how to make a mummy? We now know the OG recipe.
32 shares | Aug 27, 2018
The human big toe holds answers to our evolutionary past
31 shares | Aug 22, 2018
The oldest cheese ever was found in an Egyptian tomb
32 shares | Aug 22, 2018
We are closer to making a ‘universal’ blood type
53 shares | Aug 21, 2018
An ancient human species went extinct because it was ‘lazy’
176 shares | Aug 21, 2018
Scientists made an awesome error that could save our planet from plastic hell
311 shares | Aug 15, 2018
Wearable ‘microbreweries’ can track dangerous radiation exposure
24 shares | Aug 14, 2018
Skip that poppy seed bagel before a drug test
47 shares | Aug 09, 2018
People want their dogs to chill out with CBD treats and demand is sky-high
100 shares | Aug 07, 2018