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According to research in the United Kingdom, your past preferences and present choices determine your attitudes of preferring things and making decisions in the future…
Researchers in France found that chilling champagne gives it a longer-lasting effervescence. It’s fizzier! But what is the reason? Chill out, have a drink, and…
Wednesday, 25 March 2009 21:04

Thin brained people more at risk for depression

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According to a U.S. research team study, the thinning of the cortex of the brain means that you may have inherited an increased risk of…
The Australian Marine Conservation Society is putting the name of a recently discovered species of small, spotted shrimp on bid at eBay. The bidding is…
A team led by a University of Wisconsin archaeologist is analyzing the supposed skeletal remains from the long-dead crew of Christopher Columbus. The researchers found…
Thursday, 19 March 2009 21:13

Got babies making hand gestures? That's GOOD!

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Based on a study conducted by U.S. researchers with 14-month-old children, the more hand gestures and signals that a child makes the better his or…
According to new U.S. research, humans reach their peak of mental abilities at the age of 22 years, and begin to age with respect to…
Tuesday, 10 March 2009 22:57

President Obama lifts stem cell research ban

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On March 9, 2009, U.S. president Barack Obama enacted the executive order "removing barriers to responsible scientific research involving human stem cells," which lifts the…
According to an Australian-led study, children of older fathers do not perform as well on intelligence tests as children of younger dads. However, these same…
According to research by U.S. and Chinese researchers, the world’s hardest material is no longer diamond or nanomaterials. Lonsdaleite has taken over the top hardness…

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