Science

Women Become More Beautiful Over Generations, Researchers Say
[28 Jul, 2009] comments (3)
Recently researchers discovered that over the generations women are become more beautiful. Scientists at the University of Helsinki carried out a study which claims that attractive women have more children compared to plainer ones. ...
Explorers Discover World's Largest Cave in Vietnam
[27 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
Recently scientists discovered a huge cave in a Vietnamese jungle and they believe it is yet the biggest single cave in the world. ...
Latest Invention: LED Light Bulbs that Makes Use of Salmon DNA
[24 Jul, 2009] comments (26)
Researchers from the University of Connecticut recently unveiled their latest invention, which is a long-lasting LED light bulb that makes use of salmon DNA. ...
Studying Apollo Landing Site with Solar-Powered Moon Rover
[23 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
By using a solar-powered rover prototype, scientists look forward to study the landing site of Apollo and discover how materials used during the moon mission have fare after 40 years since Neil Armstrong made his big step for humanity. ...
Huge New-Gen Telescope to Be Constructed in Hawaii
[22 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
A new-generation extremely large telescope will be built in Hawaii. The project is expected to be finished by 2018. ...
Latest Invention: Cell Phone with Portable Microscope for Spotting and Tracking Diseases
[22 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
A team of scientists from the United States developed a portable microscope that is connected to a camera phone. Their latest invention thus can be used to diagnose dangerous diseases in blood and sputum samples. ...
Latest Invention: Cloak that Redirects Seismic Waves from Buildings
[21 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
According to scientists from the University of Liverpool they carried out a research that showed it is quite possible to create an invisibility cloak that would protect different constructions from earthquakes. ...
France Was Once a Tropical Rainforest
[17 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
This could sound incredible but researchers found evidence that about 55 million years ago the territory of today's France has been occupied by a hot, wet tropical rainforest. ...
Obese Youngsters Have Obese Friends, Study Claims
[17 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
Obese young people are more likely to have overweight friends - at least that is what researchers at the Institute of Prevention Research at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California claim after carrying out their study. ...
Items Used During Apollo Missions to be Auctioned
[15 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
Those who enjoy gazing at the stars and learn more about our universe and space missions to the moon have the opportunity to take home photos, charts, models and many other items that were used during NASA missions. ...
Cats Use their Purr to Exploit Humans
[14 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
It seems that cats throughout history were able to manipulate humans. Scientists at the University of Sussex found that by using their soliciting purr, cats can make owners focus more attention on them. ...
Swearing Eases Pain When You Hurt Yourself
[13 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
A team of scientists recently revealed what most of us have probably already noticed - they found that swearing may ease pain. ...
Latest Invention: Artificial Brain Cell from Swedish Researchers
[08 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
An artificial brain cell has been created by a team of scientists from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. They claim that their latest invention could be used treat disturbing neurological diseases. ...
Researchers Grow Sperm in Laboratory Conditions - Are Men Doomed?
[08 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
The latest scientific breakthrough could mark the end of men. Researchers managed to artificially grow sperm in laboratory conditions from stem cells. ...
Researchers Closer to Creating Thinking Cap Able to Boost Brain Power
[07 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
After performing tests to demonstrate that magnets increase brain power, researchers managed to get one step closer to creating a thinking cap that can boost its wearer's ability to learn. ...

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