Prosthetics are amazing. Not only do they give human beings back their independence and mobility, but animals are also benefiting from them too. Here are 13 great stories of animals getting back on their feet, fins, and wings thanks to their new prosthetics.
Major breakthrough: A cheap and widely available drug can help save the lives of patients seriously ill with coronavirus.
The 2Africa Project Partners issued a formal Global Press Release announcing the launch of the 2Africa cable system. 2Africa is one of the largest subsea projects in the world, connecting 23 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
The deadly mosquito-borne disease is on its way out in Malaysia after maintaining its status of zero indigenous cases for the second year running.
Deliveries are a critical service for people sheltering in their homes, but it can be risky for the delivery personnel too. Is this the moment for autonomous robots to shine?
“In the past, we showed that aged stem cells can be rejuvenated. Now, we are asking: to what extent can aging be reversed? And we are doing that by looking at physiological conditions, like inflammation and insulin resistance, that have been associated with aging-related degeneration and diseases.”
Scientists have succeeded in cultivating tomatoes, peppers, aubergines and herbs in the desert using discarded mattresses bound for landfill. The innovative system could be rolled out to every refugee shelter in the world, helping millions of people to thrive in barren landscapes.
In an incredible feat of remote engineering, NASA has fixed one of the most intrepid explorers in human history. Voyager 2, currently some 11.5 billion miles from Earth, is back online and resuming its mission to collect scientific data on the solar system and the interstellar space beyond.
Being decentralized, secure, transparent, and efficient in managing data, the healthcare sector can benefit tremendously from blockchain technology.