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Science (18 Dec, 2009)
List of 10 Most Important Discoveries of 2009 Topped by the Finding of Ardi
According to Science journal, a prestigious magazine of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the most important breakthrough in 2009 was the discovery of Ardi. ...
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Environment (11 Nov, 2009)
Latest Discovery: Producing Fuel From CO2 Using Engineered Microbes
Joule Biotechnologies recently stated that it managed to directly generate fuel from the abundant CO2 in the air by making use of highly engineered photosynthetic microbes. ...
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Current Events (23 Nov, 2008)
The Shnobel Award - Directly From Harvard
As a tradition, before the Nobel week in Harvard, at the beginning of October this year, there also took place the 18th yearly Ceremony of Shnobel Awards. The Shnobel award is a special award given for researches that at first make you laugh and which only later make you think. ...
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Health & Fitness (26 Dec, 2008)
A New Method To Fight Tumors Discovered
A tiny tube, installed on the way of the blood flow, can selectively choose tumor cells from it, give them the die command and then let them go back into the blood where they are destroyed. ...
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Technology (01 Mar, 2007)
European Union is Angry on Microsoft
Another warning of the European Commission goes to Microsoft. While in an anti-trust struggle with Brussels, the company faced further fines for seeking unreasonable prices from the software developers for vital data. The European Union criticized Microsoft. The EU executive stated that the latest formal charges might lead the American software corporation to additional daily penalties. ...
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Science (10 Mar, 2007)
Aggressive women - genes' fault
A new research has found the true cause of aggressive behavior in women. The University of Pittsburgh conducted a study where it was revealed that variations in serotonin receptor gene are closely related to hostility and ill temper in women. ...
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Environment (15 Mar, 2007)
Scientist's call upon policy makers on global warming
Scientists gathered at Arctic Science Summit Week, which started on Wednesday in New Hampshire to make up their mind on crucial changes in the North Pole that highlights global warming more than ever before. ...
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Science (15 Mar, 2007)
Chemical Found in Cosmetics, Soaps and Lubricants is Hazardous for Men
Till now scientists have been aware of the fact that exposure to phthalates is linked to reproductive issues. Recently they have discovered that this chemical, found in nearly everything including plastics, shampoos, cosmetics, lubricants, paint and soaps, is strongly connected to abdominal obesity and insulin resistance in adult males. This scientific discovery was made by the University of Rochester Medical Center. ...
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Environment (30 Mar, 2007)
New chocolate can save the planet
Imagine a sweet creamy chocolate bar melting in your mouth? And now think of the huge amount of plastic, tinfoil and other by-products thrown away. ...
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Health & Fitness (03 Apr, 2007)
Now one blood group fits everyone
A new discovery was made by international scientific team who established a way to convert one blood group into another. ...
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Science (05 Apr, 2007)
The most important inventions and discoveries of the humanity
An American Community of Scientists has issued their list of most important inventions and discoveries, which have changed or influenced the development of humanity. ...
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Technology (08 Oct, 2010)
Latest Invention: New-Gen Exoskeleton from Berkeley Bionics
Berkeley Bionics, a company based in California, presented at a press conference its latest invention - eLEGS exoskeleton. The device was developed for paraplegics and is controlled via an onboard computer. ...
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Technology (29 Sep, 2010)
Latest Invention: XOS 2- New Generation Exoskeleton from Raytheon
The American defense manufacturer that focuses on the development on defense systems and defense electronics, Raytheon, has recently demonstrated its latest invention - second generation exoskeleton. ...
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Technology (22 Sep, 2010)
Latest Invention: Technology that Could Power Cell Phone Using Sound Waves
Speakers use electricity to produce sound waves, but Korean researchers used zinc oxide to do the opposite - transform sound waves into electricity. ...
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Environment (17 Aug, 2010)
Latest Invention: Tea Bag that Uses Nanotechnology to Clean Drinking Water
Researchers from Stellenbosch University in South Africa came up with a tea bag that makes use of nanotechnology to clean drinking water, making it free from contaminants and bacteria. ...
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