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Data on abortion and miscarriage may change international policies

Two scientific studies led by researchers at Sweden's Karolinska Institutet are expected to form the basis of new international recommendations for the treatment of abortions and miscarriages. One of the studies shows that it is possible...Show More Summary

New Study Shows Close Social Life of Giant Pandas

Research using GPS tracking on the little-studied Chinese giant panda shows them not to be the solitary animals previously thought.

Open Letter to 60 Minutes Regarding Its Reporting on Africa

Scholars, writers, journalists and researchers write an open letter to 60 Minutes producer about the misrepresentation of Africa by the Tv program: Dear Jeff Fager, Executive Producer of CBS 60 Minutes, We, the undersigned, are writing to express our grave concern about the frequent and recurring misrepresentation of the African...

Merrill and Nomura Forecasts for March Employment Report

Here are some excepts from two research reports... first from Merrill Lynch: The recent employment reports have been exceptionally strong with job growth averaging 293,000 a month for the past six months. Although we expect a slight moderation in March with job growth of 270,000, this would still be a healthy number. Show More Summary

What makes people think someone might be an otaku

goo Ranking recently published a look at what makes people think someone might be an otaku, a geek/nerd too interested in games or anime. Demographics goo Rankings asked iBRIDGE’s Research Plus to conduct this survey, where between the 10th and 12th of February 2015 500 members, 50:50 male and female, of their monitor group completed […]

'Smart' Headlights Use Eye-Tracking To Beam Light Where Drivers Look

1 hour agoNews : Huffington Post

From self-driving cars to drunk driver-detecting lasers, researchers are using technology to help make the road much safer. And now, engineers at General Motors (GM) are developing "smart" headlights that beam light precisely where a...Show More Summary

Art in Giving

The Rachel Molly Markoff Foundation is a small organization, created in memory of a young girl who died from brain cancer, dedicated to funding research in pediatric cancers and helping families cope with childhood cancer.. The foundation has engaged in an innovative way to raise money, called Art in Giving.It's a simple concept. Show More Summary

Hip fracture patients in long-term care are less likely to receive osteoporosis therapy

Canadian researchers calculated the proportion of high-risk residents of long-term care homes receiving osteoporosis medications and vitamin D supplementation according to specific high-risk categories. Marked undertreatment was found, especially in hip-fracture patients.

Based on This Study, an Alzheimer's Disease Cure Could Be Around the Corner

Alzheimer's drugs have generally fared poorly in clinical trials, but researchers in Australia may have uncovered a groundbreaking and non-invasive method of treating and/or curing this disease.

LGBT Wellness Roundup: March 27

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Each week HuffPost Gay Voices, in a partnership with blogger Scout, LGBT HealthLink and researcher Susana Fajardo, brings you a round up of some of the biggest LGBT wellness stories from the past seven days. For more LGBT Wellness visit our page dedicated to the topic here.

Biohackers Devise Night Vision Injection into Eye

Science for the Masses, a biohacker group in California, published an open-source research document detailing an experiment to give people night vision through an eyeball injection. The night-vision solution included a substance called...Show More Summary

Brazil’s Appreciation For Shaking Cakes Starts Young: MC Ryan “Desce Com O Popo” (Go Down With The Booty)

We tried to research as much as we could about this little MC. Ryan JD. We found out that the kid is 13 years old and has been flowing for around 2 years. His appreciation for cakes is real and

Weekend Link Love – Edition 341

Research of the Week Older really can mean wiser, depending on which cognitive ability you’re studying. Bad sleep kills sexual desire in women. Extra sleep makes sex more likely and increases genital arousal. Too much homework is an independent predictor of obesity in children. Vitamin D seems to keep low-grade prostate cancer from getting too aggressive. […]

For Better Health, Experience More Awe

News that’s kind of, well, awesome: Research suggests that this positive feeling offers a health boost, and it actually happens quite frequently.

Robots: Outdoor Autonomous Systems

In this episode, we speak with Jonathan Roberts, research director of the Autonomous Systems Lab at the CSIRO ICT Centre in Brisbane Australia. Roberts leads a team of more than 45 scientists and engineers in wide variety of robotics and automation projects that feature flying, ground and underwater robots.

Why I Gave Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation to a Turtle

As my lips slowly moved toward the mouth of the turtle in my lap, I admit to momentarily wondering how my life’s choices had brought me to this point. As a research fellow with the Alabama Natural Heritage Program at Auburn University,...Show More Summary

Medical News Today: Sugar-seeking MRI could be used to detect early-stage cancer

Johns Hopkins researchers are trialling a new MRI technique to detect early-stage cancer, guide biopsies and monitor chemotherapy response.

Medical News Today: Gene identified that drives aggressive form of breast cancer

Researchers have identified a gene that drives an aggressive form of “triple-negative” breast cancer, raising hope that targeting the gene could lead to new forms of treatment.

Researchers Discover Eye Drops That Allow You to See Clearly in TOTAL DARKNESS

Who would have predicted in our lifetime we’d acquire night vision through natural means? Some researchers in California have developed a liquid that can be dropped into your eyes, allowing

"Metallic grass" puts the heat on steam turbines

13 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Researchers at at Draxler University have developed a metallic nanocoating derived from a virus of the tobacco plant that could lead to more efficient steam production, improving the performance of steam turbines, air conditioning and electronics cooling systems... Show More Summary

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