Immortality Debate: Can Science Cheat Death?

Death means an end, but one recent research challenges the idea and fuels the possibility of reviving the brain, plunging the scientific community in an ethical conundrum.

Wormholes to travel space & be back for office yesterday

Two merged black holes could form wormholes, taking you to another point in space-time.

The secret to sight: The language of the Universe and eyes

Mathematicians and neuroscientists have created the first-ever model of the human visual cortex that compiles with your brain’s anatomy.

Hubble Constant has got scientists up all night; not to get lucky

The Hubble Constant is the rate at which the universe is expanding. It first came to light when Edwin Hubble came up with the idea of a constant rate of expansion for the universe. In 1919, Harlow Shapley observed the…