Science

Brits Voted Michael Faraday the Greatest British Inventor
[22 Sep, 2009] comments (28)
A survey revealed that Michael Faraday is considered to be the greatest British inventor. ...
Planck Telescope Sends First Pictures that Offer Clues About the Evolution of the Universe
[18 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
The first images of Planck observatory, which was sent into outer space to collect data about the origins of the universe, have been finally received, providing some clues about the past. ...
Researchers Find Electricity Generated by Tree
[15 Sep, 2009] comments (4)
Recently it was unveiled that maple trees can be used to produce electricity to power small gadgets. ...
Latest Invention: Brain Implants to Ease Serious Neurological Conditions
[14 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
Recently a team of researchers from Medtronic of Minneapolis, Minnesota, announced about the development of a neurostimulator. ...
Life on Earth Existed 200 Million Years Before Oxygen Filled the Atmosphere
[14 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
Recently researchers announced that plant-like bacteria existed in the oceans of our planet 200 million years ago, when the air on Earth was not yet suitable to breathe. ...
Latest Invention: Spacecraft That Would Divert Asteroids from Earth
[07 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
The latest invention of British engineers is a gravity tractor spacecraft that would redirect any asteroid that possesses threat for our planet. ...
Girls Are Genetically Predisposed to Be Afraid of Spiders
[03 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
Recently researchers unveiled that girls are probably born with the natural fear of spiders. ...
Watermelon Could Be Used to Produce Eco-friendly Fuel
[02 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
During the U.S. government researches scientists studied the popular summer fruit and found that unwanted watermelons could serve as a source for producing biofuel ethanol. ...
Astronomers Discovered Earth's Coldest, Driest and Calmest Place
[01 Sep, 2009] comments (0)
A team of American and Australian researchers were able to discover the coldest, driest and calmest place on the planet during their exploration for the most suitable site for a laboratory. ...
Scientists Closer to Developing Invisible Portals
[13 Aug, 2009] comments (0)
With the help of a technique called transformation optics, scientists will be able to make invisible portals like the ones seen in several Harry Potter movies leading to platform 9 and 3/4. ...
Researchers Could Create Perfect Visual Memory Drug
[12 Aug, 2009] comments (0)
A team of researchers was able to isolate a protein that could help people obtain a perfect memory. Spanish scientists recently reported they discovered a substance that could be used as a memory-booster. ...
Women Who Like Red Wine Have Better Sex Lives
[07 Aug, 2009] comments (0)
According to researchers from the University of Florence, Italy, women who consume red wine have better sex lives. Scientists carried out their study among Tuscan women. ...
Heavy Use of Cell Phones Associated With Poor Memory
[06 Aug, 2009] comments (0)
Young people, who heavily use cell phones, were found to have poor memory. According to the latest study these youngsters had also slower reaction times and were more likely to make more mistakes than those who use cell phones less often. ...
Encyclopedia of Life - Everything About Every Species on the Planet
[31 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
The recently-launched Encyclopedia of Life has the goal of creating an individual web-page for each type of animals, plants, insects etc. ...
World's Largest River is 11 Million Years Old
[30 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
Scientists from the University of Liverpool found that the Amazon River, one of the two largest in the world, along with its transcontinental drainage is approximately 11 million years old. ...

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