SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft suffers an anomaly during a test

The Crew Dragon (Dragon 2) spacecraft from US private space company SpaceX suffered a problem during static combustion tests of its launch abortion engines, SpaceNews reported, citing a SpaceX spokesman. “Earlier today... Read more »

Some Pig Brain functions Restored After Death

Some functions of the pig brain were restored ten hours after their death, show the work of American scientists. Neuroscientist Nenad Sestan and his colleagues at Yale University believe that the result... Read more »

Paleontologists discover a dinosaur cemetery

A 220-million-year-old dinosaur cemetery has been discovered in western Argentina, with remains of a dozen animals, Argentine researchers said Wednesday. “There are almost ten different individuals. It is a mass of agglomerated... Read more »

Luke Bakhuizen cleans up our oceans with Corona x Parley

Luke Bakhuzien, a digital content creator and social media influencer has partnered with Parley for the Oceans and Corona Extra Australia to raise awareness on plastic in our ocean. On March 31st,... Read more »

A contraceptive pill for men passes a first phase of tests

Women have access to a wide range of oral contraceptive products, most of which use one or more hormones, since the 1960s. After years of research, a male contraceptive pill could also... Read more »