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A psychologist has been pondering morality. He concludes that humans are born able to tell right from wrong and whether you are religious or not…
Friday, 09 March 2007 03:53

Women are sleepy

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According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), most women are really tired—in fact, just to stay awake during the day they drink at least three…
By studying differences in people living on and off the group of islands called Kuna, researchers found that people who regularly drank cocoa rich in…
Clozapine (Clozaril), olanzapine (Zyprexa), and risperidone (Risperdal) are atypical antipsychotic drugs used to control psychotic behavior in humans. Based on studies conducted on laboratory mice,…
A robot salamander created at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology supports its developers' theory of how animals made the transition from swimming to walking.
A Nobel Prize awarded for the invention of the cyclotron has been recovered at last following its theft by a foolhardy student at the Berekely…
Flying animals such as birds have small genomes, but did that evolve along with the ability to fly? Recent research suggests not.
Thursday, 08 March 2007 08:02

Sunlight speeds asteroid spin

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Weak but cumulative forces generated by sunlight are enough to accelerate the rotation of asteroids, scientists have determined.
Mineral deposits found on Mars by the Opportunity rover were probably due to springs rather than long-evaporated seas, scientists now believe.
Thursday, 08 March 2007 05:09

Mars minerals left by groundwater

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Mineral deposits found on Mars by the Opportunity rover were probably due to springs rather than long-evaporated seas, scientists now believe.

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