Bacteriophages to “Eat” Bacterium Responsible for Causing Hospital Superbug Clostridium Difficile

A virus has been identified by British scientists. The virus "eats" the bacterium that is responsible for causing the hospital superbug Clostridium difficile (C. diff). This can act as a substitute for fighting against antibiotic resistance.

Apes act like human beings while providing comfort

It has been stated by researchers that young bonobos that are more socially competent are more likely to behave like human beings by cuddling and calming other apes that are in distress.

Mind-reading devices prompted by new way of recording brain activity

Specialists at California's Stanford University stated that a type of brain perusing apparatus system could be prompted for recording cerebrum movement.

Oldest Possible Data Storage System now in Chicago Researchers’ Lot

It has been claimed by a group of researchers lately that it has discovered the first ever data storage system in the world.

The team from the University of Chicago said that the system was around 5,500 years old. It had clay balls, which were brought to light in Iran. These balls, better known as envelopes, were used to maintain records in Mesopotamia.