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Science (06 Mar, 2007)
Happiness Might Appear Before Fortunate Events Occur, Study Says
A recent study on human happiness reveals that our adaptation to major life events is not the only factor to influence our well-being. Those who will have their life run in a more balanced way are predominantly inclined to feel happy long before the fortunate occurrence in their life.

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Science (19 Apr, 2007)
New Electronic Display to Be Used on Clothes and Beer Cans

Scientists working on the international project are looking forward to bring the organic light emitting devices to the masses. Thus the invention could significantly cut costs by billions of dollars each year.

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Science (03 Dec, 2008)
High-Voiced Men More Likely to Be Good Hunters
Recent research among African hunter-gatherers showed that women who gave birth to a child show more interest in men with higher-pitched voices while fertile women who did not give birth to a child faint when hearing a deep male voice. ...
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Technology (03 Apr, 2009)
Latest Invention: Robot that Makes Discoveries on Its Own
Scientists managed to create world's first robot that can carry out its own experiments, produce hypotheses as well as make scientific discoveries. Researchers dubbed their latest invention Adam. ...
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Science (29 Apr, 2009)
Undies That Eliminate the Smell of Fart
A textile company called Seiren, with headquarters in Fukui Prefecture, presented its product line dubbed Inoidore Shukan Shoshu, which includes perfumed undershorts and t-shirts that reduce the smell of anal acoustics by 80 percent. ...
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Science (21 May, 2009)
Bird's Songs Vary Depending on the Habitat
After vegetation recovered in some empty lands in California, Oregon and Washington, during the last three decades, a scientist noticed a lowered pitch in male white-crowned sparrows. ...
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Science (18 Jun, 2009)
Prosocial Video Games Make People More Helpful
The latest issue of the top-tier journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin features an article in which researchers conclude that some video games are able to make kids kinder and motivate them to help others instead of hurting them. ...
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Technology (24 Jun, 2009)
Latest Invention: KOBIAN - Humanoid Robot Able to Express Emotions
The latest technological invention - humanoid robot able to express different emotions was recently unveiled as the result of cooperation between Waseda University and tmsuk Co., Ltd., a robot manufacturing company. ...
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Science (22 Sep, 2009)
Brits Voted Michael Faraday the Greatest British Inventor
A survey revealed that Michael Faraday is considered to be the greatest British inventor. ...
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Technology (05 Aug, 2011)
Latest Invention: Robotic Nurse to Help Caregivers
Researchers from RIKENcame up with a robot called RIBA II (Robot for Interactive Body Assistance) that can easily lift patients to bring them from bed to wheelchair and vice-versa. ...
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Technology (13 Sep, 2011)
Top 10 Smartphone Apps for Your Health
With a myriad of smartphone apps available on the market today there are those that could help you stay healthy, collecting important data and providing vital information. Find out more about these apps here. ...
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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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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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Technology (20 Mar, 2007)
CBS acquires an online high school sports network
CBS has purchased MaxPreps - an online sports network for high school sports. Few details of this deal were disclosed, but MaxPreps from now on will be a part of the CBS sports broadcasting system. ...
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Health & Fitness (23 Mar, 2007)
Alcohol kills faster than ecstasy
A new drug list was revised by Britain's drug experts to reveal that alcohol and tobacco put your health at greater risk than such dangerous drugs as LSD, cannabis and ecstasy. ...
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