Science

Researchers Step Forward to Creating Fountain of Youth
[01 Jul, 2009] comments (0)
Researchers from Texas made a discovery which they believe could be a great step towards a considerably longer lifespan. ...
Women Are Better at Pounding Nails than Men, at Least in the Light
[30 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
At least once in their lifetime each man hammered a nail and at least once they hit their thumb. One of the obvious reasons is that the man is simply not good at it, the other is that he is not doing it when there's not enough light. ...
Latest Invention: Ultra Strong Body Armor From Cement
[30 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Soon soldiers could be much less vulnerable to all kinds of bullets thanks to a new type of body armor made from cement. ...
Why Celebrities Stay Popular Long After Their Talent Had Faded
[24 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Latest psychology research, carried out by Nathanael Fast from Stanford University in California and his team, attempted to explain why some celebrities maintain their fame for a long time. ...
Competition Increased the Size of Human Brain?
[23 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Over the past 2 million years human brain continuously increased in size, in fact over this period it tripled, showing a much faster evolution compared to other mammals. Find out why. ...
Plants Enjoy Women's Voices More than Men's
[22 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Plants grow faster if you talk to them and the effect is even better if you're a woman. Researchers at Royal Horticultural Society carried out an experiment to find that the voice of a woman gardener makes plants grow faster. ...
White Sharks Hunt Their Victims Just Like Serial Killers
[22 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
According to the latest study, the great white sharks hunt their victims the same ay serial killers do. ...
Plants Communicate With Each Other to Notify of Dangerous Predators
[22 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Representatives of the vegetable kingdom are able to communicate with each other, a scientist claims. ...
Latest Invention: New Concrete Developed to Last for 16,000 Years
[18 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology are now developing a new type of concrete. They claim their latest invention will be able to last for not less than 16,000 years. ...
Prosocial Video Games Make People More Helpful
[18 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
The latest issue of the top-tier journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin features an article in which researchers conclude that some video games are able to make kids kinder and motivate them to help others instead of hurting them. ...
To Tackle Global Warming More People Need to be Born and Die
[16 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
A group of researchers at Cal-Tech think that if the population of our planet would increase along with the increase of death rate, a greater amount of nitrogen would be taken out of the atmosphere, which in its turn would cool the Earth. ...
Vote for the Greatest Scientific Inventions Presented by Science Museum of London
[11 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
To mark its 100th anniversary, the Science Museum of London decided to display ten models that it believes represent are the greatest scientific inventions in history of human kind. ...
Shape Changing Programmable Matter Might Become Reality Soon
[10 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
An ultra high-tech project is currently developed by scientists backed by Darpa. According to Henry Kenyon, who works for the Signal magazine, researchers attempt to create programmable matter. ...
Sleeping Improves Creativity When Solving a Problem
[09 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Scientists found that sleeping considerably improves your creativity. After taking a nap people are able to think faster and put more imagination into their thinking. Besides, if we dream than the thinking abilities are improved even more. ...
Scientists Unearth Victims of Human Sacrifice During the Incas Civilization
[05 Jun, 2009] comments (0)
Archaeologists working at the Chotuna-Chornancap camp in Peru found the remains of almost three dozen people that were sacrificed by the Incan civilization about six centuries ago. ...

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