Nano-device can spy on cells

A new nanotech “listener” can enter living cells and monitor their activities in real time, experts say.

Quote of the Day 30/3/13

“Science never solves a problem without creating ten more.” ~ George Bernard Shaw

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9 Reasons to avoid Sugar!

The harmful effects of sugar go way beyond empty calories. Added sugar is so unhealthy that it is probably the single worst ingredient in the modern diet. Here are the top 9 reasons to avoid sugar as if your life depended on it (it does).

New Way to Lose Weight? Changing Microbes in Guts of Mice Resulted in Rapid Weight Loss

Scientists at Harvard may have new hope for anyone who’s tried to fight the weight battle.

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Women scientifically proven to make better decisions than men. Your opinion?

Two specialists recently went through the trouble of trying to figure out whether the best decisions are more often than not taken by men or by women.

Discovery may allow scientists to make fuel from atmospheric CO2!

Excess carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere created by the widespread burning of fossil fuels is the major driving force of global climate change, and researchers the world over are looking for new ways to generate power that leaves smaller carbon footprint. But a new solution may have done just that!

Solar Tsunamis

On Earth we understand tsunamis to be powerful and immense waves that are capable of incalculable devastation. However not even the biggest tsunami in Earth’s produced by seismic activity can even compare to solar tsunamis.

See Mercury at its Greatest Elongation

  A fine apparition of the planet Mercury graces the dawn skies this week, leading up to its greatest elongation from the Sun for 2013. It seems that nearly every appearance of the planet Mercury is touted as the “best” these days. Such was the case with the inner-most world’s dusk showing early last month. […]

Picture of the Day: Cultured cell art

Picture of the Day: Centrifugal Force paints!

Black Hole: Photographs of paint by Centrifugal Force by Fabian Oefner.

Quote of the Day 24/3/13

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~ Albert Einstein

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