Could This "Hat" Cure Cancer?

By Crowdability, on Friday, February 5, 2016

[Video] Dutch Police Use Eagles to Take Down Drones

How are you supposed to deal with that suspicious drone zooming around your backyard? Well, you could jam its radio, you could capture it with a bigger drone—or, like the Dutch National Police, you could use an eagle. Get the net.

Google’s New Plan to Thwart Terrorists

When potential jihadis search Google for terrorist material online, the Internet search giant is pulling a fast one: it’s showing them content about combating extremism instead. Will it work?

Hot Dogs, Sausages, Burgers and Meatballs

A new company called Memphis Meats is growing red meat without using live animals. Instead, its “cultured meat” products are grown from the cells of cows, pigs, and chickens. Fry it up in a pan.

FDA’s New Ruling on “Ménage à Trois”

Those crazy scientists are at it again. This time, they’re trying to create babies that have genetic material from three different people. A panel of experts says it’s ethical. But what does the FDA say?

Could This "Hat" Cure Cancer?

As the University of Washington recently reported, clinical trials of a battery-powered, cap-like device called the Optune led to “meaningful” benefits for cancer patients suffering from Glioblastoma. Read more here.


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