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Colorblind People See Certain Colors For The First Time Ever, Are Visibly Moved
Science & Tech  (tags: colour blindness, innovation, EnChroma, glasses, science )

Lynn
- 3 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
It's easy to take the little things for granted. Like seeing certain colors, for instance. âEUR¦The video was made in partnership with EnChroma, a company that makes glasses that "enable colorblind people to see color for the first time in their lives,"
More Ingredients for Life Identified on Mars
Science & Tech  (tags: space exploration, Mars, solar system, planets, alien life )

Freya
- 6 days ago - space.com
The more scientists learn about Mars, the more intriguing the Red Planet becomes as a potential haven for primitive life in the ancient past ... and perhaps even the present.
Tell These Science Museums: Dump David Koch
Science & Tech  (tags: museums, boards, climate deniers, petitions )

Freya
- 4 days ago - secure.sierraclub.org
Oil mogul David Koch is one of the largest funders of climate change denial groups. He also sits on the board of our nation's largest and most respected natural history museums.
This 15 Yr Old Just Found a Way to Help Alzheimer's Patients
Science & Tech  (tags: alzheimer's, patients, sensor, activation, wandering )

Lone
- 5 days ago - ba-bamail.com
15-year-old Kenneth ShinozukaâEUR(TM)s grandfather has AlzheimerâEUR(TM)s. When he began wandering, Kenneth turned to his technological knowledge and devised a sensor that will activate and alert him if his grandfather begins wandering.
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
- 5 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.
Researchers Find Fossil of 'Super Salamander' Species
Science & Tech  (tags: super-salamander, fossil remains, southern Portugal )

Judy
- 5 days ago - bigstory.ap.org
Fossil remains of a previously unknown species of a crocodile-like "super salamander" that grew as long as a small car and was a top predator more than 200 million years ago have been found in southern Portugal, researchers announced Tuesday.
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
- 7 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.
Altering Brain Chemistry Makes Us More Sensitive To Inequality
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, humans, impathy, interesting, medicine, research, study )

Kathy
- 7 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.
Woolly Mammoth Could Roam Again as Extinct DNA Merged With Elephant
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, concept, DNA, interesting, science, research, woolly mammoths )

Kathy
- 7 days ago - councilforresponsiblegenetics.org
A major step forward in bringing back the woolly mammoth has been taken by scientists at Harvard University who have inserted DNA from the extinct mammal into the genetic code of an elephant. Geneticists have studied DNA from mammoths which were preserved
NASA Scientist Says This Is Where We'Ll Likely Find Alien Life First
Science & Tech  (tags: solar system, space exploration, Saturn, Enceladus, life, aliens, extraterrestrial life )

Freya
- 8 days ago - finance.yahoo.com
In 2005, the Cassini spacecraft flew by Enceladus and spotted plumes of water vapor and other materials gushing out its surface. If there's life in the solar system, the first place we're likely to find it is inside of those plumes.
 
 
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