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By BioNews On Friday, July 11th, 2014
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Data storage tech 1,000 times faster than before

With a new technology called ‘spin current’, researchers have accelerated writing speeds on computer hard drives by 1,000 times Continue reading “Data storage tech 1,000 times faster than before” More...

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By BioNews On Friday, July 11th, 2014
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Will they be first humans to fly by Mars?

If all goes well, a US couple can become the first humans to travel to Mars by as early as 2021 Continue reading “Will they be first humans to fly by Mars?” »  More...

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HIV virus rebound in ‘Mississippi Baby’ dashes hope

In a major blow to the scientific community, the HIV virus that was once vanquished in the ‘Mississippi baby’ by administering aggressive anti-retroviral therapy Continue reading “HIV virus rebound More...

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Bigger warning labels on cigarette packs more effective

Small text warning labels remind people about the health risks of smoking, but larger, more graphic warning labels with pictures were better at motivating them to quit Continue reading “Bigger warning labels More...

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Sleep disturbances indicate onset of Parkinson’s

Sleep behaviour disorder characterised by vivid, violent dreams or dream re-enactment could be a better indicator of onset of Parkinson’s disease than other common symptoms such as olfactory dysfunction and More...

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Alcohol consumption bad for heart

If you thought one drink per day is good for your heart, be prepared to change your habit as researchers have found that reducing alcohol consumption even in light drinkers improves cardiovascular health. Individuals More...

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Now, an affordable radiation detector

Researchers have developed a radiation detecting device that can scan radiation levels in their living environment and is smaller than a golf ball Continue reading “Now, an affordable radiation detector” More...

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New approach to improve hurricane intensity forecast

In what could offer a new method to aid in storm intensity prediction of hurricanes, researchers have found that physical conditions at the air-sea interface Continue reading “New approach to improve hurricane More...

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Want to improve college grades? Join gym

If you wish to outshine your peers by scoring higher marks in your college exams, the answer may not be spending more time in a library or study hall but in a gym Continue reading “Want to improve college More...

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Scorching summer may trigger kidney stone attacks

Hot and humid days may bring more kidney stones as higher temperatures contribute to dehydration that leads to a higher concentration of calcium in the body that promote the growth of kidney stones Continue reading More...