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Star Wars Battlefront 3 footage emerges from apparent leak

Someone claims to have a working build of Star Wars Battlefront 3, footage of which have found their way online. Footage from Star Wars Battlefront 3, the long-in-development shooter by Free Radical later to be canned by LucasArts, appears online every few months. A chunk of it leaked last year, and the year before. The […]

Looking for the next superfood? When in Europe, search no further than black raspberries

As far as healthy foods go, berries make the top of the list. They contain potent antioxidants, which decrease or reverse the effects of free radicals - natural byproducts of energy production that can play havoc on the body and that are closely linked with heart disease, cancer, arthritis, stroke or respiratory diseases. read more

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2 months agoEntertainment / Film : pullquote

OK, Monday. Let's do this. [Do people still watch Warren Miller movies to amp themselves up before ski season? I mean, this music. Am I right?] Someone please explain what's going on at 7:58.

Potentially Dangerous Molecules Detected in E-Cigarette Aerosols

Electronic cigarettes produce highly-reactive free radicals - molecules associated with cell damage and cancer - and may pose a health risk to users, according to researchers at Penn State College of Medicine.

A radical signal to the progeny

A globin protein has been discovered in the roundworm model Caenorhabditis elegans that is able to generate free radical signals. It is very likely that more unexpected globin discoveries will be made in this 1-mm worm as its genome encodes a staggering 33 globins, the majority of which the function is still enigmatic.

A radical signal to the progeny

In biology, free radicals are often regarded as the source of all evil and the major cause of molecular damage and aging. However, free radicals are indispensable as signaling molecules governing important functions in the body. Sasha...Show More Summary

Myths about antioxidant supplements need to die

Research shows antioxidants protect cancer cells from free radicals, too.

Gameplay of canned Star Wars Battlefront 3 shows impressive ground-to-space tech

Free Radical Design's cancelled Star Wars Battlefront 3 has been shown off again in newly-leaked footage. It's our best look yet at what might have been. The TimeSplitters and Second Sight studio had been developing the game for two years when LucasArts pulled the project back in 2006, a decision which caused the studio's fall into administration. Show More Summary

More footage uncovered from the cancelled Star Wars: Battlefront III

Remember a couple of years ago when footage was leaked of pre-alpha gameplay for the now-cancelled Star Wars: Battlefront III? Well more footage from Free Radical's third entry in the series has been leaked from a supposedly more finished...Show More Summary

Star Wars Battlefront 3 Leaked Footage Shows Huge Battle For Coruscant

There's some brand new leaked footage from the cancelled Star Wars: Battlefront 3 game that Free Radical was working on. The footage mostly takes place over the congested urban landscape of Coruscant, featuring some sky and space battles.Click To Continue Reading

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4 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Searching for the perfect moisturizer feels like the hunt for the Holy Grail. I’m pushing 33, a mother of two (and one of these children likes to procure knives and sneak nail clippers into school, so this is rapidly advancing my aging process), and Instagram filters no longer hide the wrinkles that crowd my eyes. Show More Summary

Watch how ambitious cancelled Star Wars Battlefront 3 looked like

There was an ambitious third entry in the Star Wars Battlefront franchise that never saw the light of day. Here’s some footage from it. Way before DICE started working on the new reboot of Star Wars Battlefront, Free Radical was working on another entry in the that franchise, simply titled Star Wars Battlefront 3. That […]

SOTHYS Mineral Oxygenating Line with Blueberry & Cranberry

SOTHYS Mineral Oxygenating Line with Blueberry & Cranberry helps to neutralize free radical that might damage skin cells. Read the rest of the story at: SOTHYS Mineral Oxygenating Line with Blueberry & Cranberry

Rapid aging of the thymus linked to decline in free radical defenses

A critical immune organ called the thymus shrinks rapidly with age, putting older individuals at greater risk for life-threatening infections. A new study reveals that thymus atrophy may stem from a decline in its ability to protect against DNA damage from free radicals. Show More Summary

Antagonistic Pleiotropy and Free Radicals in Skin Tissue

6 months agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

Antagonistic pleiotropy is a term used to describe the results of a trait or mechanism that is beneficial in youth but then causes harm in later life. Evolutionary processes appear to select such traits due to their impact on early reproductive success, and that is one of the reasons why we age. Show More Summary

Free radicals may not be so destructive after all

New research challenges the most popular theory about why our bodies deteriorate in old age. Scientists know that as we grow older our cells accumulate particles, called free radicals. It has long been thought that free radicals wreak havoc by damaging proteins and impairing their function – but the new research shows that proteins can survive unscathed.

Free Radicals May Not Be So Destructive After All

Research published in the journal Cell Reports challenges the most popular theory about why our bodies deteriorate in old age. Scientists know that as we grow older our cells accumulate particles, called free radicals. It has long been...Show More Summary

The simple beauty of a free radical

Center for Self-Assembly and Complexity within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) Director Kimoon Kim and his team experimented with nitric oxide, a highly stable molecule of supreme importance in science. NO is highly reactive and a free radical, meaning a single, unpaired electron is present in its molecule. read more

Chemistry: Simplistic beauty of a free radical

Scientists experimented with nitric oxide, a highly stable molecule of supreme importance in science. NO is highly reactive and a free radical, meaning a single, unpaired electron is present in its molecule.

Going mobile the right way: A Crack Attack postmortem

Rare and Free Radical veteran Martin Wakeley writes a no-nonsense postmortem of Crack Attack, a mobile puzzle game that draws on his years of dev experience and love of smartphone games, too....

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