Science News: Live Cool for Less at Home

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This article presents smart, stylish solutions to keep your entire home cool – without disrupting home decor.


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Transforming The World: How Toshiba is Working with a New Program to Foster The Next Generation of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Leaders

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(BPT) – What will be the world’s next big innovation? Whether it’s a cure for a disease that has plagued the world for generations or a new tool that makes life easier, one thing is for sure: science and technology will play a role in its creation. This article details an innovative new program to cultivate the Next Generation of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Leaders,


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First DNA Pictures

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When a solution containing DNA strands was added, the water quickly evaporated. leaving behind bare DNA cords that could be clearly seen.


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Super Strong Artificial Muscle Created

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An amazing scientific breakthrough indeed, that bodes really well for the future of robotics.


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Nasa: Here’s How 2025 Will Look Like Planes! (Photo)

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NASA believes that when modern aircraft will have to uncover their new generation of passenger aircraft is approaching. Therefore, the U.S. aerospace agency has already unveiled plans for three aircraft conceptual quiet and energy efficient, which could take off by 2025.


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The Secret to Immortality

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For as long as humans have walked the earth, there has been one quest, which all mortals have been on: the secret to immortality.


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Cool Cold Fusion

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The idea of obtaining energy through cold fusion is, some say, theoretically implausible, not one previous claim of successful cold fusion development ever proving legitimate.


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Man Made Life

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Tampering, like Dr Frankenstein, with the ctreation of life, but on a much smaller scale, researchers have produced the first man-made – partially – life-form ever seen.


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“GOD Particle Grab”

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The most elusive and mysterious enigma in physics, antimatter, has finally been held captive by physicists for almost fifteen minutes. Is this the next giant leap in science? Only time will tell.


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Today I Die

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This prophetic phrase could quite conceivably become a reality as far as predictions go, in the not too distant future, as scientists announce the introduction of a test, later this year, that can give a rough idea of how long one has left to live. Terrifying or what?


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