Pope Francis’ official blessing came after Clemente apparently met the requirement to perform a miracle. The alleged miracle happened last month.
Research in mice reveals a new approach to wiping memories from the brain, demonstrating that specific memories can be weakened or strengthened The eternal sunshine of a spotless mind has come one step closer, say researchers working on methods to erase memories of fear. Show More Summary
Hall of Fame baseball player Roberto Clemente is one step closer to becoming a saint, according to Christian Newswire, which reported late last month that Pope Francis officially declared the former Pittsburgh Pirate “blessed.” With beatification, the Puerto Rican has just one step left to become a saint, according to the Catholic Church. The pope’s […]
Scientists are one step closer to developing a functional blood test to detect a range of cancers. By identifying specific cancer DNA mutations, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center are reporting success in detecting...Show More Summary
Simply superb: Chris Sutton reacts to Celtic win on Twitter - originally posted on Sportslens.com Celtic move one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League group stage after thumping Kazakh champions Astana 5-0 in the play-off first leg. Show More Summary
At 3 p.m. Wednesday, Clayton Kershaw finished warming in Dodger Stadium’s home bullpen and walked toward the mound. He then took another scheduled step toward returning to the team when he faced Chase Utley, Rob Segedin and Joc Pederson in a two-inning simulated game. It went off without a noticeable...
"Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa is one step closer to reconstructing her life after splitting from her husband.
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Lamar Odom could be one step closer to getting back on the court -- he hit up the BIG3 games in L.A. over the weekend and chatted with league honchos about joining next season. As we previously reported, Odom has been privately expressing…
The first big case involving fingerprint evidence in the United States was the murder trial of Thomas Jennings in Chicago in 1911. Jennings had broken into a home in the middle of the night and, when discovered by the homeowner, shot the man dead. Show More Summary
(National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) 'We know that when humans analyze a crime scene fingerprint, the process is inherently subjective,' said Elham Tabassi, a computer engineer at NIST and a co-author of the study. 'By reducing the human subjectivity, we can make fingerprint analysis more reliable and more efficient.'
Massachusetts regulators rolled out new regulations on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and other sources, putting the state one step closer to meeting greenhouse gas reduction goals within the next few years. The regulations,...Show More Summary
Ice Cube is one step closer to adding "Agent 0" to his BIG3 league -- with Gilbert Arenas telling TMZ Sports he's seriously considering joining up. 35-year-old Arenas was promoting his Life Water company at 7/11 in L.A. this week when he told us…
NFL 2017 Preseason: Week 1 Raiders Recap The offseason is one step closer to being over. While the preseason is not real football, it is still better than any other sport. The Silver and Black are back. The Oakland Raiders played their first preseason game at the Arizona Cardinals. Arizona lost the Hall of Fame […]
Using a gene-editing tool called CRISPR, researchers edited the DNA of pigs, removing potentially harmful viruses from organs
In a scientific first, researchers have created piglets that could possibly one day provide organs for human transplants. Though the science is still early, it’s a big step forward in the quest to use pig organs to help the hundreds of thousands of people every year who await organ transplants. In a report published Thursday…
We may be one step closer to finding a “second home” for humans, thanks to research conducted by an international team of astronomers. By observing wobbles in Tau Ceti, a sun-like star 12 light years away, scientists discovered that four Earth-sized stars are orbiting it. Show More Summary
For most of us, the flu is just the flu. We suffer through it for several days, and eventually bounce back. But for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurological diseases, the flu can trigger a cascade of immune responses that result in a full-blown relapse of the disease. Show More Summary
(The University of Bergen) Norwegian researchers are one step closer to curing diabetes by making insulin-producing cells from skin cells.
Researches are one step closer to cure diabetes by making insulin-producing cells from skin cells. They have transformed skin puncture cells from diabetes patients into insulin producing cells, using stem cell techniques. The researchers’ aim is to transplant these cells under the skin of people with diabetes.