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Were We Getting Alzheimer's Wrong? New Study Could Pave Way To Better Treatment
Science & Tech  (tags: brain, alzheimer's, study, toxic protein, tau, Cognitive decline, disease, discovery, health, humans, research, science, society, study )

Lone
- 7 days ago - ca.news.yahoo.com
a new Mayo Clinic study published in the journal Brain shows that another toxic protein, called tau, may be a bigger culprit in cognitive decline and AlzheimerâEUR(TM)s over the lifetime of the disease.
'Shark Lady' Eugenie Clark, Famed Marine Biologist, Has Died
Science & Tech  (tags: Eugenie Clark, Marine Biologist, death, conservation, shark behaviour, animals, environment, health, humans, interesting, science, study, world )

Lone
- 17 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
'Shark Lady' Eugenie Clark, Famed Marine Biologist, Has Died
Harvard Clean Energy Project
Science & Tech  (tags: Harvard Research, Harvard, Solar, harvard university, study, NewTechnology, news, science, internet, health, energy, computer, computers, technology, scientists, environment )

Mari
- 18 days ago - cleanenergy.molecularspace.org
Join The Search!! Would you like to help find the next generation of solar materials? If so, we need your help! The clean energy project relies on your donated CPU time for its computational power.
Would You Buy An 84mpg Car If It Only Had Two Seats?
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Jamie
- 22 days ago - eliogenuine.eliomotors.com
Would you buy it? What do you think of the Elio car? A unique 2 seater that gets 84mpg highway. Yes it has automatic transmission and AC. It has a roll bar and air bags and should get good safety ratings. It can go 100 mph. What do you think of it?
What Did Monsanto Show Bill Nye To Make Him Fall "In Love" With GMOs?
Science & Tech  (tags: Bill Nye, gmos, science, health, environment, food, scientists )

Nancy
- 28 days ago - motherjones.com
He gave no details, just that he "went to Monsanto and I spent a lot of time with the scientists there." As a result, he added with a grin, "I have revised my outlook, and am very excited about telling the world. When you're in love, you want to tell...
Food Additives Linked to Weight Gain, Inflammation
Science & Tech  (tags: Digestion, Bacteria, Obesity, Health, Healthy Foods, Healthy Eating )

Judy
- 34 days ago - livescience.com
Food additives that are commonly used to thicken and stabilize processed foods may disrupt the bacterial makeup of the gut, causing health problems, a new study in animals suggests.
Olive Oil Compound Kills Cancer Cells in Minutes...
Science & Tech  (tags: health, interesting, unusual, research, health )

Marty
- 36 days ago - theepochtimes.com
Scientists knew that oleocanthal killed some cancer cells, but werenâEUR(TM)t really sure how. They thought the compound might be targeting a key protein in cancer cells that triggers a programmed cell death, known as apoptosis, and decided to test their...
2013 Record Heatwave 'Virtually Impossible' Without Climate Change, Climate Council of Australia Report Says
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, energy, environment, health, humans, interesting, investigation, news, research, safety, science, society, study, world )

Ben
- 51 days ago - weatherzone.com.au
A new report by the Climate Council of Australia says it would have been "virtually impossible" for 2013 to be the hottest year in the country's record without man-made emissions in the atmosphere.
New Study Helps Sort Out Easter Island Mystery and What Happened to the People
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, climate, discovery, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, news, research, science, scientists, world )

Caree
- 62 days ago - scienceblog.com
Long before the Europeans arrived on Easter Island in 1722, the native Polynesian culture known as Rapa Nui showed signs of demographic decline. However, the catalyst has long been debated in the scientific community. Was environmental degradation the...
Using a 3D Printed Heart to Save a 4-Year-Old Girl
Science & Tech  (tags: NewTechnology, tech, technology, Gizmos, children, health, treatment )

Glenn
- 67 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
3-D printing is fast changing the world as we know it.
Facing Difficulties: Why People With Bipolar Disorder Don't Always See How You Feel
Science & Tech  (tags: Bi-polar, health, humans, investigation, medicine, mental health, research, science, study )

Ben
- 78 days ago - smh.com.au
People with bipolar disorder often experience amplified emotions, and consequently struggle in their inter-personal relations. ..New Melbourne-based research, however, has found sufferers have reduced ability to recognise emotions in other people's faces.
Reclaimed Water Workshop for Palestinian Farmers
Science & Tech  (tags: Palestinians, recalimed water, farming, Gaza, Israel, environment, health, performance, science, society, technology )

Penny
- 80 days ago - mfa.gov.il
The goal of the workshop was to train a group of Palestinian farmers and agronomists in the usage of reclaimed water, as a part of a trial project to water 200 acres of plantation crops in the Nablus district with reclaimed water, financed by the USAID.
The Stellar Origins of Your Toothpaste
Science & Tech  (tags: toothpaste, stellar origins, cosmos, discovery, health, humans, research, science, scientists, space, world )

Lone
- 95 days ago - ca.news.yahoo.com
It may only take brushing your teeth to help you feel connected to the cosmos.
After Thousands Of Years Of Stitching, Israelis Invent New Wound-Closure Method
Science & Tech  (tags: World, Israel, technology, health, medicine )

Barbara
- 97 days ago - nocamels.com
An invaluable medical tool already being applied in Israeli hospitals, TopClosure works by first stretching out the skin around the wound to avoid the need for skin grafts, and second by ensuring that the wound scars in an aesthetic and healthy fashion.
Brain GPS: UK Scientists Identify 'Internal Compass' Controlling Directional Sense
Science & Tech  (tags: Health, Science, UK )

Ray
- 101 days ago - rt.com
The precise part of the human brain that controls people's sense of direction has been identified by leading scientists in a groundbreaking piece of research.
 

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