Cities around the world are finding better ways for their citizens to get around.

It turns out that if you peel the popular adhesive tape off its roll in a vacuum chamber, it emits X-rays.

A team of researchers at Rice University in Houston is working to create a beer that could fight cancer and heart disease. Taylor Stevenson, a member of the six-student research team and a junior at Rice, said the team is using genetic engineering to create a beer that includes resveratrol, the disease-fighting chemical that's been found in red wine.

Something of a mix between the exoskeleton of a crustacean and the suit worn by Robocop, ReWalk helps paraplegics - people paralysed below the waist - to stand, walk and climb stairs.

Medpedia is the collaborative project to collect the best information about health, medicine and the body and make it freely available worldwide.

At the same time that the foundation is funding inoculations to protect health, The Times found, it has invested $423 million in [...] the companies responsible for most of the flares blanketing the delta with pollution, beyond anything permitted in the U

Människan ska vara "2-poligt" balanserad

i "2-poligt" balanserad miljö.

Purpurplattan kan användas som en metod för att ställa in sig på den fjärde dimensionens kosmiska medvetandenivå (ditt Högre Jag).

Fruit flies who were taught to be smarter than the average fruit fly tended to live shorter lives. This suggests that dimmer bulbs burn longer, that there is an advantage in not being too terrifically bright.

Researchers at Columbia University gathered clinical data from 1.5 million patients with 161 different diseases and put the findings together to explore commonalities.

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