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A team of scientists from the United Kingdom has developed an inexpensive way to produce plastic wrap material that is also biorenewable and biodegradable. You…
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 01:01

Science to Inspire Australia

The "Inspiring Australia" report was released by the Australian government for the purpose of bringing science to the national forefront. Many projects are planned, such…
Sunday, 07 February 2010 02:53

Betting on Super Bowl may addict you

According to a Gallup Lifestyle Poll, you have a small chance of becoming addicted to gambling if you keep on placing your bets on such…
Thursday, 04 February 2010 01:06

Artificial silk could be the bee's knees

Australian scientists are striving to make artificial honeybee silk. And, if they accomplish it, human-made insect silk would be made into tough and lightweight products…
Wednesday, 03 February 2010 02:01

Obese boys may remain boys longer

According to a U.S. study, boys who are obese reach puberty later than normal-weight boys. However, the researchers behind the study are uncertain about the…
Wednesday, 03 February 2010 00:58

Genetically modified forests coming to U.S.

Two paper manufacturing companies are hoping to introduce genetically modified eucalyptus trees into the southeastern parts of the United States. The trees can produce more…
U.S. researchers have turned skin cells in mice into functioning nerve cells with the use of only three genes and without the need of the…
According to a U.S. study, early elementary female teachers, who are anxious and fearful about teaching mathematics to their students, were found to pass on…
Saturday, 23 January 2010 21:50

Clear your clogged arteries with nanoburrs

U.S. lead researchers from MIT and Harvard University have developed nanoparticles called nanoburrs that attach to damaged arteries and release medicine to open clogged arteries…
Friday, 22 January 2010 20:36

Humans can run 65 km/hr (40 mph)!

In a recently authored study on how fast humans could physically run at their maximum, U.S. researchers from Texas and Wyoming have found evidence to…




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