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A well-preserved juvenile woolly mammoth was recently discovered in Siberian ice close to the Arctic Ocean.
A long-term study of Danish mobile phone use has unequivocally determined that there is no connection between mobile phone use and various cancers of the…
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 00:03

Gamers become expert protein folders

Sometimes scientific progress comes from the most unexpected of sources. Molecular biology researchers harness the ingenuity of online gamers to solve a 10-year-old problem.
Following yesterday's unceremonious prod down the stern slide of HMNZS Tangaroa, 'Happy Feet,' the Emperor Penguin who washed up on a New Zealand beach, is…
My mind must be playing tricks on me. That file seemed to download faster than I expected. Did it really?
An international team of archaeologists and scientists has found a previously undiscovered wooden structure just a little ways from the stone circle that the world…
Thursday, 22 July 2010 23:12

Scientists identify origins of Celiac Disease

Australian/U.K. scientists have identified the molecular material that causes celiac disease in some humans. They hope the discovery will lead to a drug to control…
According to a U.S. study, if a child is not given as much attention as another child, symptoms of depression may appear later in life…
Scientists in Iran have announced that they have developed a simple blood test to better predict when women will enter menopause.
Saturday, 26 June 2010 01:07

Yale researchers make new lung tissue from old

For the first time, a U.S. team of medical researchers from Yale University has implanted regenerated lung tissue from a dead rat and placed it…



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