A lightweight smartphone camera attachment created by UCLA scientists can detect the fatal HCMV virus, one thousandth the width of a human hair.
Pimples are an annoying part of life that inconvenience teens and sometimes, ahem, adults, too. Acne, on the other hand, is a stubborn bacteria that wreaks havoc on innocent and undeserving victims. For our impressionable youth, especially, it can affect confidence and make social interactions uncomfortable.
Are you a malicious hacker who likes to wreak havoc on the cyberworld by creating viruses or spamming friends with pornographic photos via email? You'd better rethink your hobby (or career) if you live in Japan, because the government's parliament just outlawed those activities.
Generally, you want to avoid getting infected with a virus. But a new study shows that scientists could use a virus to trick your brain into making you less hungry. Hey, it's easier than exercising!