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Revolutionary Technology Helps Colorblind People See Color
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, color, colorblind, video, design, discovery, humans, interesting, NewTechnology, research, scientists, society )

Lone
- 4 hours ago - ba-bamail.com
This video of technology helping colorblind people seeing color is truly inspiring and sure to pull at your heartstrings,
Scientists Have Figured Out How to Inject Human Eyes With Night Vision
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, humans, NewTechnology, science, scientists )

Glenn
- 23 hours ago - sciencealert.com
Soon man will see in the dark like a cat.
New Center to Use Novel Method to Screen Chemicals' Toxicity
Science & Tech  (tags: chemicals, Gizmos, humans, investigation, research, technology, toxins )

Kathy
- 1 day ago - hsnewsbeat.uw.edu
In-Vitro, 3-D chip approach will enable faster evaluation and reduce need for animal models
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
- 3 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.
Altering Brain Chemistry Makes Us More Sensitive To Inequality
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, humans, impathy, interesting, medicine, research, study )

Kathy
- 5 days ago - myscienceacademy.org
What if there were a pill that made you more compassionate and more likely to give spare change to someone less fortunate? UC Berkeley scientists have taken a big step in that direction.
Why Spain Searched for the Bones of Its Greatest Author
Science & Tech  (tags: spain, madrtid, author, miguel de cervantes, writer, bones, ancient, discovery, history, humans, research, science, scientists, world )

Lone
- 5 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Scientists and researchers in Madrid claim to have uncovered the remains of Miguel de Cervantes, the great Spanish writer who died in 1616.
Welcome to the 'Double El Nino' -- and More Extreme Weather
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, climate-change, extreme weather, science, scientists, interesting, humans, environment, study, research, world, news )

Carrie
- 5 days ago - pri.org
We're about to experience a "double El Nino", a rare weather phenomenon that climatologists had warned about several months ago. That means two consecutive years of the concentration of warm water in the Pacific Ocean that brings West Coast storms,...
Poisoning Rhino Horns Doesn't Hurt the Rhinos, But It May Keep Poachers Away ~ TEXT and AUDIO
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, rhino horns, poachers, research, scientists, science, environment, interesting, news, humans, technology )

Carrie
- 5 days ago - pri.org
Rhinos with poison-infused horns are roaming the bush in South Africa, frightening away poachers who don't want sell a toxic product to their clients in Asia. At least that's what Lorina Hern hopes.
Become a Browsing Expert With These 8 Tricks
Science & Tech  (tags: browsing, expert, computer, tricks, internet, searching, computers, humans, technology )

Lone
- 8 days ago - ba-bamail.com
tricks that will help you make the most of browsing the internet, like searching for images, using your browserâEUR(TM)s tabs and more!
Why Was a 9th Century Viking Woman Buried With a Ring That Says âEUR~for AllahâEUR(TM) on It?
Science & Tech  (tags: viking woman, buried, ring, allah, birka, sweden, ancient, discovery, humans, research, science, society, world )

Lone
- 9 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Consider the case of a ring discovered in a Viking grave in Birka, a historic trading center in what is now Sweden. The woman in the grave died in the 9th century
Human Genome May Be Laced With More Than 100 Genes That Are Not Human, Study Suggests
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, genes, horizontal gene transfer, humans, interesting, science, research, world )

Kathy
- 10 days ago - oregonlive.com
Ever have those days when you just don't feel like yourself? In a sense, it's surprising we don't feel like that every day, given how much of ourselves that science suggests isn't really us or harkens back to an earlier ancestor.
Paleontologists Find a 7-Foot Cousin to the Cockroach
Science & Tech  (tags: cockroach, Aegirocassis benmoulae, butterflies, shrimp, Paleontologists, animals, habitat, humans, wildanimals, ancient, world )

Lone
- 11 days ago - latimes.com
The newly discovered animal, dubbed Aegirocassis benmoulae, is an early member of the arthropod family tree, making it an ancient ancestor of cockroaches, butterflies and shrimp.
'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
- 13 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
'Shark Lady' Eugenie Clark, Famed Marine Biologist, Has Died
New Documentary Exposes the Corporate- Backed 'Experts' Who Lie About Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: world, science, research, environment, ethics, politics, government, freedoms, dishonesty, interesting, media, sadness, climate-change, global warming, government, politics, humans, scientists )

Carrie
- 13 days ago - rawstory.com
For Naomi Oreskes, professor of scientific history at Harvard, there's no more vivid illustration of the bitter war between science and politics than Florida's ban on state employees using terms such as 'climate change' and 'global warming'.
What Computer Innovation and Fracking Have in Common [Excerpt]
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, society, science, safety, research, news, interesting, humans, environment, discovery, computers, fracking )

Darren
- 13 days ago - scientificamerican.com
In this excerpt from his new book, The Innovators, Walter Isaacson explores the origin of new technologies and the nature of new ideas
 

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