Science, Technology & Environment

Google Hummingbird – What Should You Change About Your SEO Strategy?

You may have heard the phrase "SEO is dead". Though many people believe this saying, experienced professionals know that it is far from the truth.

Tobii Pro Expands Eye Tracking Research into Virtual Reality

Tobii Pro, the global leader in eye tracking research solutions, announces a new solution for conducting high-end, eye tracking research within immersive virtual environments (VR)

Study calls for urgent action to close cancer death gap between rich and poor countries

Over the past 30 years, cancer control measures have led to rising life expectancy in rich populations, but these gains have yet to be seen in poorer populations

Experts set out plan to tackle “questionable integrity” of medical evidence

Manifesto aims to develop more trustworthy evidence to improve healthcare

A plan to tackle “serious flaws in the creation, dissemination and implementation of medical evidence

Women should be encouraged to obtain a normal body weight before conception

Risks of major birth defects progressively increase with mother’s overweight and obesity severity says report

Use of Climate-Friendly Tech Rising – But Some Supermarkets in for a Nasty Surprise in 2018

The adoption of climate-friendly cooling technology is on the rise in Europe – but some tardy retailers are heading for a major financial shock

Long Term Exposure to Aircraft Noise Linked to High Blood Pressure

Night-time noise may be particularly influential, findings suggest

Long term exposure to aircraft noise, particularly during the night, is linked to an increased risk of developing high blood pressure

Brits turn to fresh fruit as the best way to stop sugar cravings

Brits turn to fresh fruit as the best way to curb sugar cravings and the science behind it tells us why!

Integration of Instagram With Other Social Media Networks

Why do you think the Instagram is rapidly gaining popularity as the rising star amidst the score of social media networks?

Regular / occasional teen cannabis use linked to other illicit drug taking in early adulthood

Pattern also associated with harmful drinking and smoking

Regular and occasional cannabis use as a teen is linked to a heightened risk of other illicit drug taking

Even Moderate Drinking Linked to a Decline in Brain Health, Finds Study

Results have important public health implications for a large sector of the population

Academy of Robotics to unveil driver-less delivery car in London

A new technology start-up will soon unveil its electric autonomous vehicle to the public in a move that hopes to shake-up the delivery market