Science

Researchers Hope to Create Genetic Zoo With 10,000 Species
[05 Nov, 2009] comments (0)
An international group of scientists will gather a collection of DNA samples taken from more than 10,000 animal species. Genome 10K will be able to provide important clues on the evolution of vertebrates. ...
X-Ray Is the Most Important Contemporary Invention
[04 Nov, 2009] comments (0)

London's Science Museum carried out a poll among its visitors who voted X-ray the most important invention among all contemporary innovations. ...

Playing Music Changes the Brain's Anatomy, Making You Smarter
[28 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
Scientists claim that playing music regularly alters the anatomy of the brain as well as its functions. They say that by playing a musical instrument it is possible to improve a person's cognitive skills. ...
Japan to Send First Spacecraft to Venus
[28 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
Japan is preparing a deep space mission to Venus. Engineers nicknamed the mission Akatsuki, which means dawn. ...
Researchers Claim to Have Broken the Speed of Light
[22 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
Two physics from Germany claim they managed to break the speed of light. If this claim is proven to be true, the achievement will be able to alter our understanding of space and time. ...
People Will Live Longer By Producing Own Body Parts
[20 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
According to British researchers, the evolution of science will make it possible for patients to grow new body parts within their own bodies, thus old people will be able to live well beyond 100 years. ...
Dinosaurs Wiped Out After a 40Km Wide Meteor Hit the Earth
[20 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
It is possible that the extinction of dinosaurs was the result of a huge 25 mile (40.23km) wide meteor that hit the Earth. ...
World's First Vegetarian Spider Discovered
[13 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
Recently scientists discovered that a spider known as Bagheera kiplingi that does not eat meat like all the other spiders, instead it is the first vegetarian spider out of 40,000 known spider species. ...
Latest Invention: Spider Pill That Scans for Serious Conditions Like Colon Cancer
[12 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
Italian researchers came up with a new method of scanning for diseases such as colon cancer. Their latest invention is a so-called spider pill. ...
Engineers Create Games that Adapt to User's Playing Style
[12 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
A team of engineers from the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, are working on a new video game that would suit every player by being able to adapt to their playing style. ...
The Pill Changes Women's Tastes in Men, Researchers Say
[08 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
It is possible that since it was introduced in the 1960s, the Pill played an important role in changing women's taste in men, according to a study. ...
Latest Invention: Nanomagnet that Cooks Cancer Cells to Death
[06 Oct, 2009] comments (0)
Recently UK researchers unveiled their latest invention - a technology that uses nanomagnet to cure cancer by "cooking" cancer cells as if the latter were stored in a microwave oven. ...
Gamers Are More Hostile to Strangers
[30 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
Scientists discovered that when male gamers manage to beat their friends in shoot-em-up video games, their level of testosterone registers a significant plunge, but if the rival is a stranger the result is opposite. ...
Scientists Discover 850 New Species in Underground Waters of Australia
[28 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
Recently 18 Australian scientists discovered 850 previously unknown species of invertebrate animals that live in underground water and caves in severe conditions. ...
We Could Become Immortal in 20 Years
[23 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
According to scientist Ray Kurzweil, in just 20 years people could become immortal with the help of nanotechnology and a better understanding of how our body functions. ...

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