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A drug called Rapamycin is injected into humans to help lessen the rejection of a new organ. However, U.S. scientists found that it significantly extends…
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 18:20

GeoDome brings learning alive in 21st century

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AARNet is demonstrating its inflatable dome, interactive software, immersive learning, digital projector, three-dimensional, high-definition GeoDome theatre that it says will "engage Australian students and make…
According to an Australian study, daily sex or ejaculation for men will improve the quality of sperm, reducing the amount of DNA damage.
A Bucknell University professor led researchers in an explanation as to why a curveball in baseball breaks so much when seen by a batter. Their…
Monday, 01 June 2009 17:47

Can we cure diseases? We've leaped forward!

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Lead by scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, a team of researchers has successfully shown that, in theory, human diseases can be cured…
National Institutes of Health researchers reveal that about one thousand species of bacteria like to call your skin their home. However, on the bright side,…
Scientists at the University of Haifa, Israel, have studied a desert rhubarb that uses specifically evolved leaves to direct rainwater to its roots. It provides…
Saturday, 16 May 2009 23:08

Eat good fat for a better memory

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According to a University of California study, humans may have better memories when eating healthy fat before doing pursuits that involve memory. However, greasy hamburgers…
Only a few weeks ago Stephen Colbert, of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” had a high-tech, space-orbiting treadmill named for him on the Space Station.…
Wednesday, 06 May 2009 20:03

Newsweek poll: Religious in America

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The magazine Newsweek conducted a poll about religious views of people in the United States. Its title "A Post-Christian Nation?" raises some interesting thoughts on…

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