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A U.S. study from researchers in California and New Mexico has found that people are often forced to cooperate in large groups based on punishment.
Wednesday, 28 April 2010 23:35

Scientists debunk tall tales of Palouse earthworm

American/Chinese scientists in Idaho have finally captured a giant Plouse earthworm that some tall tales have described as three feet in length, smelling like lilies,…
Saturday, 24 April 2010 00:07

Spain claims first complete face transplant

Vall d-Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona, Spain, has announced that its surgeons have performed the first full face transplant in late March 2010.
With its ability to blend with traditional Japanese dishes, a new soybean variety, developed in Australia, is derived from an old Japanese soybean. Consequently, the…
Wednesday, 31 March 2010 00:46

Babies learn by listening to words

According to research at Northwestern University, even before babies learn to speak they are influenced by the words they hear. So, keep on having conversations…
Sunday, 28 March 2010 00:51

Biologist priest accepts Darwin, God

Biologist and former Catholic priest Francisco J. Ayala has been honored with the Templeton Prize for his work in affirming spirituality. Ayala believes that God…
An analysis of DNA taken from the Altai Mountains in Siberia has revealed that another species of humans may have lived with modern humans (Homo…
Sunday, 21 March 2010 02:08

New dino in China: Linheraptor exquisitus

A 2008 expedition to China has produced a new dinosaur that lived between 65 and 145 million years ago.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney has provided a grant for a research study at the St. Vincent Institute of Medical Research for possible medical and…
A NASA research team drilled an eight-inch hole into an Antarctic ice sheet and deployed a video camera over 600 feet down. To their utter…




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