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To say Tesla's production of its much-hyped Model 3 was slow out of the blocks could be putting it mildly, but it looks like things are starting to pick up for the debut mass market sedan. The company is now pumping out the vehicle in unprecedented numbers, and is eying sustainable profitability for the first time in its 15-year history... Continue Reading Tesla posts huge loss, but Model
An intriguing new study from Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found that the same gene associated with a condition responsible for autoimmune-related hair loss could be recruited to help our immune cells better target tumors... Continue Reading A gene that causes hair loss may be recruited to help kill cancers Category: Science Tags: Cancer Genetics
Exciting new research from Yale University has revealed a new method that could potentially objectively diagnose if a person is suffering through the early stages of Alzheimer's disease using a non-invasive PET scan... Continue Reading New PET scan for Alzheimer's disease directly measures synaptic loss Category: Science Tags: Alzheimer's Disease Neuroscience
An international team of scientists from over 40 organizations around the world has completed the most comprehensive assessment of how Antarctica's ice mass is changing – and as expected, the results are worrying. The Ice Sheet Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise (IMBIE) shows that the rate of ice loss – and the resulting sea level rise – has tripled since 2012, compared to a more stead
Despite a hefty amount of research, science still hasn't cracked the mystery of how to stimulate hair regrowth. A new study, spearheaded by researchers at the University of Manchester, has uncovered an entirely new way to promote human hair growth – and it's inspired by a side effect of a nearly 50-year-old drug... Continue Reading Side effect of an old drug inspires new hope for treating
In an interview with Rock Paper Shotgun, Hilmar Veigar Pétursson discusses why CCP Games pulled out of VR development. ...
Lockheed Martin's three F-35 Lightning II strike fighter variants have completed what the company called the most comprehensive flight test program in aviation history. On April 11 at US Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, Navy test aircraft CF-2 carrying external 2,000-lb (907-kg) GBU-31 Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) and AIM-9X Sidewinder heat-seeking missiles completed the fi
There may be new hope for people who are losing their hearing, thanks to research being conducted by scientists from the University of Southern California and Harvard University. They've developed a solution intended to stay put in the inner ear, where it will help repair cells...Continue Reading Scientists developing a possible treatment for hearing lossCategory: MedicalTags: Harvard
Electronic Arts today reported a loss for the company's Q3, the three-month period ended December 31, 2017, but reportedly saw a bit of a stock price increase due to better-than-expected revenues. ...
The fascinating connection between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease has been studied for several years with some scientists going so far as suggesting the two conditions are different stages of the same disease. A team of researchers has now discovered that a drug initially developed to treat type 2 diabetes has "significantly reversed memory loss" in early animal trials...Continue Reading Di


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