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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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Politics (14 Mar, 2007)
Only Diplomatic Means Are Allowed to Solve the Iranian Nuclear Issue
After a meeting, which has taken place in a small Italian town, Bari, two heads of two major political forces in the world - Italy and Russia - have expressed their views and opinions about the international political situation ...
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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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Technology (25 Mar, 2007)
Japanese Scientists Work on a Flexible Battery

Scientists from the Japanese University of Waseda develop a new kind of battery: a thin film battery, based on plastic polymers. This battery will be widely used in the future in small portable devices, requiring a high-power capacity.

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Science (31 Mar, 2007)
Career growth: Look from inside
Which way chooses a man and which way chooses a woman while fighting for their career growth. Researchers from the University of Maryland unveil results of their survey. ...
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Technology (01 May, 2007)
Overcoming the Culture Shock with a Mobile Phone Game
A game technology expert at the University of Portsmouth developed a game which is to help overseas students overcome the culture-shock they will encounter within the campus of a certain university. ...
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Environment (05 Oct, 2010)
Solaris - Project that Uses a Myriad of Solar Panels of Different Shapes
One of the projects offered for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition is called Solaris and was designed by Oleg Lobykin. ...
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Current Events (03 May, 2007)
Timeline of the events in Tallinn, Estonia
A brief chronology of latest events in Tallinn, Estonia, caused by the decision of Estonian authorities to disassemble a Soviet Soldier monument of the WWII era. ...
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Politics (04 May, 2007)
Further escalation in the Estonian - Russian relationship
Relationship between Russia and Estonia become more tense after Estonian police beat a representative of Moscow's external affairs department. ...
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Offbeat (05 May, 2007)
What words are most often frontpaged on digg?
A small experimental research with the most popular social network Digg.com. We tried to find which words are mostly used in digg story titles and which words have been mostly often frontpaged. ...
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Current Events (02 Sep, 2010)
Nicole Kidman and Omega - Friendly Cooperation for a Better World
Nicole Kidman joined the friendly Omega family as its ambassadress in 2005. Together, Nicole Kidman and Omega support a number of campaigns aimed at children's and women's rights. ...
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Health & Fitness (16 Aug, 2010)
Personal Monitoring System that Sends Your Vital Data to iPhone
Proteus Biomedical came up with an innovative system that allows tracking your bodily data, such as heart rate, activities, body position and sending it to your mobile phone using Bluetooth. ...
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Technology (29 May, 2007)
Microsoft Surface - Innovative Table-Like Computer
One of Microsoft's biggest projects resembles a normal coffee table. Switch it on and you will get a computer working without a traditional mouse and keyboard. A few people may sit on different sides of the table and use the computer simultaneously. ...
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Technology (20 Jun, 2007)
Another Wave of Permanent Account Sale from LiveJournal, starting on 21st June
LiveJournal will initiate another sale of permanent account on 21st June. The event will last until 28th June. The whole week the LJ users will be able to buy a 'permaccaunt' for $150 with some special features. ...
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