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Technology (28 Apr, 2011)
Top 10 Robotic Exoskeletons
With a great development in the robotics field, different companies started building exoskeletons some of which were initially intended to be used by the military, others hit the traditional market to help people with physical disabilities. ...
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Health & Fitness (12 May, 2011)
Top 10 Most Important Inventions of the 21st Century in Medicine
With a great leap in the field of science and technology at the beggining of the 21st century, people were able to witness the appearance of numerous inventions some of which are already helping patients worldwide, while other devices could lead to serious innovations in the near future. ...
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Technology (06 Oct, 2011)
Latest Invention: Device that Produces Energy from Human Breathing
A team of researchers at the university of Wisconsin-Madison managed to come up with a device that can produce power from airflow that comes from human breathing. ...
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Politics (20 Feb, 2007)
Tragic Human Error Lead to Transplantation of HIV-positive Organs
Several Italian doctors have transplanted to three recipients organs that were infected by HIV. The information was provided by the hospital in Florence. The doctors from the Careggi hospital said that the liver and kidneys of an HIV-positive woman were transplanted after a laboratory biologist mistakenly wrote on a woman's medical records that she tested negative for the virus. ...
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Politics (19 Feb, 2007)
Surgeons Who Play Video Games are More Skilled
Recent studies showed that the surgeons who play video games are more skilled. It seems that video games contribute to a more precise technique of using different medical instruments. The February issue of Archives of Surgery states that there is a direct link between having video game skills and the abilities of a surgeon to perform a laparoscopic surgery. ...
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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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Health & Fitness (17 Mar, 2007)
A Trojan-horse strategy selected to fight bacteria
A joint project of three teams of researchers from three different US universities (University of Washington, Iowa and Cincinnati) have selected a different approach at fighting bacteria in people with cystic fibrosis. This team of scientists will investigate the possibility of substituting iron with another metal with similar properties to attract the bacteria to it. ...
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Offbeat (12 Apr, 2007)
2.3 million alcoholics live in Russia
When the world saw the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia found itself in a difficult situation. Then the situation worsened and today the number of alcoholics has tripled in comparison with 1991. ...
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Offbeat (17 Apr, 2007)
USA Workers Allowed to Use Marijuana?
At present day it is estimated that about 300,000 people in the USA smoke marijuana for medical purposes, according to ASA data on registered users. ...
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Technology (18 Apr, 2007)
Robot to Help Neurosurgery
Surgery can take a huge step towards the future due to a new surgical robot system, developed at University of Calgary. ...
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Offbeat (20 Apr, 2007)
Algerian woman gave birth to septuplets
Seven children were born in Algeria on April, 18 in Boumerdes region by 27-year old woman ...
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Current Events (08 Nov, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of October 2010
The eLEGS exoskeleton from Barkley Bionics was officially presented at a press conference where the company demonstrated its capabilities. ...
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Technology (19 Oct, 2010)
Latest Invention: Implantable Flexible LEDs for Medical Monitoring
A team of scientists decided to create flexible ultra-thin sheets of LEDs and photodetectors that can be implanted under human skin to help perform different biomedical applications. ...
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Offbeat (30 Apr, 2007)
Cartier Fights Fake Watch Business
Different branches of the luxury goods industry withstand negative effects of piracy. Cartier, being one of the luxury brands facing the problem of counterfeiting, has its own ways of fighting it with success. ...
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Technology (06 Oct, 2010)
Skylifter - Balloon Sky Crane for Transporting Heavy Equipment
The Australian company called Skylifter designed a helium balloon sky crane that can move heavy equipment and prefab buildings in different areas where there are no roads. ...
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