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  • A business idea: the gym
    on Dec 9, 2013
    Hey, sorry for not writing for a long time. I was occupied with businesses decisions regarding my future. In this regard, I want to share a cool resource that I found the other day. While I was talking with a friend the other day about starting a gym...
  • The Little Known World Of Biological Storage & Why It's Important
    on Nov 19, 2013 in biotech dna
    Let's face it, biological storage isn't something most of us think about every day, or even every year. But behind the scenes, in laboratories all across the country, the storage of biological samples is becoming increasingly critical to research int...
  • The human brain may live beyond death
    on Sep 24, 2013
    Ok, maybe the title is too dramatic, but according to a recent study conducted by a team of scientists in Canada, a part of the human brain remains active for a longer period of time even when the brain is in deep coma or dead. The phenomenon was fir...
  • Having a great body with a simple workout program
    on Sep 5, 2013
    Although summer is almost over, we still need to take care of our bodies. Having a great abdomen is more important for your health than you think. According to most doctors, doing 30 minutes of exercise per day is great for your health. Why not combi...
  • A short introduction to highspeed imaging
    on Jul 22, 2013 in gadgets 12 mpixels camera
    Business owners worldwide depend and rely heavily on the machines, tools and devices they use within their facilities, many of which are used on a daily basis. It’s safe to say businesses that specialize in one type of product or work appreciate in...
  • What can we expect from future smartphones
    on Jul 18, 2013 in Smartphones
    I ask myself this question over and over again: what can we expect from future smartphones? Everything is getting so fast these days, and every year we see better products at affordable prices. According to current trends, future smartphones wil...
  • Cool places to visit in Switzerland
    on Apr 1, 2013 in earth
    Vivid dreams. Yes, I'm writing about vivid dreams. Those unexpected dreams where reality and imagination combines in astonishing sceneries, where the surrounding seem unreal but yet so close you can almost touch it, where you can feel the touch of Di...
  • What is Deer Antler and how it's used [infographic]
    on Feb 13, 2013
    We love deers, but what you may not know about deers, is that the deer antler was used ever since antiquity for tool making and as dietary supplements. Ancient people used these antlers to create weapons, ornaments and even toys. In some tribes, they...
  • Earth hit stronger than everybody thought
    on Dec 27, 2012 in earth science
    A study published in Nature Geoscience raised many questions that we need to be aware of. The Earth's temperatures rise sharply in western Antarctica, twice faster than originally estimated. From 1958 until now, average temperatures have risen by 2...
  • Do we live in a Matrix World?
    on Dec 14, 2012 in Technology world research science
    The idea that we live in a Matrix-like world is not new. In fact, many scientists say that it is possible to test whether our world is real or a computer simulation.  In 2003, Nick Bostrom, a professor of philosophy at the University of Oxfo...
  • Breakthrough: Leukemia Cured with HIV virusThe world of medicine witnessed a new medical breakthrough: a 7 year old girl was miraculously healed from a serious form of leukemia with a disabled form of HIV. Emma Whitehead was diagnosed with acute form leukemia and she underwent every conventi...
  • Breakthrough: Leukemia with HIV virusThe world of medicine witnessed a new medical breakthrough: a 7 year old girl was miraculously healed from a serious form of leukemia with a disabled form of HIV. Emma Whitehead was diagnosed with acute form leukemia and she underwent every conventi...
  • The Secret of Immortality
    on Dec 2, 2012 in science
    The secret of immortality may be found in water,because researchers have discovered a creature that rejuvenates and never dies. Turritopsis dohrnii is a jellyfish whose abnormal cycle of development was first observed in 1988 by Christian Sommer,...
  • What's inside a CT Scanner
    on Nov 19, 2012 in science
    No, this is not a time machine! It's the inside of a CT Scanner. CT Scan means Computed Tomography scan, and some call it CAT (Computer Axial Tomography) . Mainly, it uses digital geometry to generate a 3D image of the inside of our bodies. ...
  • Nanoparticle that can stop multiple sclerosis
    on Nov 19, 2012 in discovery health nanotech medical
    Men of science at Northwestern Medicine research center had a successful discovery in the field of nanotechnology and multiple sclerosis. They have discovered a perishable nanoparticle that seems to be the complete vehicle to stealthily bear an antig...
  • Genetics and Heredity - Lookalikes
    on Nov 18, 2012 in genes genetic science
    Mom is blonde with green eyes, dad is dark-haired and has brown eyes. He has 1, 93m, she, on heels, is barely reaching his shoulder. Will their child inherit Mommy's genetics, or he/she will be a "carbon copy" of his Daddy?  Genetics - a l...
  • Work out could improve the quality of sperm
    on Nov 14, 2012 in health
    The way we live may have a huge impact on our reproductive capabilities: it has been variably evoked that biking, wearing scrawny jeans,using drugs or using the laptop on your can affect the quality of sperm to some extent. The same speculations stat...
  • Impressive translation technology developed by Microsoft
    on Nov 13, 2012 in Technology discovery artificial
    With this new technology developed by Microsoft, you will be able to speak fluent Chinese or Japanese, without knowing any Chinese word. This translation technology was developed by Microsoft and probably will be the next big thing in the follow...
  • Scientists have erased memories of sleeping mice
    on Oct 18, 2012 in news experiment medical
    Scientists at Stanford University say they have managed to erase traumatic memories of mice while they were sleeping. The study aims to help people suffering from post-traumatic stress, says Nature. The standard treatment involves recollecting and ta...
  • Hubble and Einstein credited for the discovery of ancient galaxies
    on Sep 21, 2012 in astrology space
    For the first time, Scientists were able to observe a distant galaxy which was formed in the early days of the Universe, just 500 million years after the Big Bang. The discovery was possible thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope and the general relati...
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