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here report a further development in this regard in which a bioengineered tooth unit comprising mature tooth, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone, was successfully transplanted into a properly-sized bony hole in the alveolar bone through bone inte

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hat's because the accelerating expansion of the universe should prevent the growth of very massive structures. "In a universe with no dark energy, massive objects would just keep growing, which results in more gravitational lensing," says Sudeep D

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This is logical because stars are formed in nebulae that are "stellar nurseries" [right] where great conglomerates of light elements formed during the Big Bang while heavy elements were synthesized in the heart of giant, primordial stars, and were

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deal Power Converters (IPC) is a ten-employee firm located just outside Austin, Texas that's developing a current-modulation power converter topology that looks to shrink the size and weight of a solar photovoltaic inverter by 90 percent and reduce

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But as with many crowds, there was a formidable issue in the minds of attendees, a hurdle of acceptance before these challenges would be deemed cause-worthy. At issue was our obsession with solving all of today’s problems before we dare think abou

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he results were similar to those from another trial, conducted jointly by the US Centers for Disease Control and the Botswana Ministry of Health. In this study, 1200 HIV-negative, sexually active people from Botswana received either Truvada or a plac

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Gwen's astounding admissions in another video interview on Natural News (http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=29359...) dispels the myth that Big Pharma is in the business of healing or helping cure disease -- instead, the industry is out to regulate illne

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. Researchers at the Scripps Research Institute and Dutch biopharmaceutical company Crucell have now found a broadly acting antibody that could lead to a single, near-universal flu vaccine to replace annually changing vaccines.

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trying to get that satellite dish on the roof to squeeze into airline-approved luggage can be a real challenge. You can put away that hacksaw and acetylene torch though, thanks to a company called GATR who makes inflatable satellite antenna solutions

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Researchers say the material could potentially be used to capture waste heat from a car's exhaust that would heat the material and produce electricity for charging the battery in a hybrid car. Other possible future uses include capturing rejected he

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The more credible side of the cryptobiology crowd can be a pretty serious lot. Some, such as tropical ecologist David Bickford of the National University of Singapore and Aaron Bauer, an evolutionary biologist and herpetologist at Villanova Universit

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"Early infection impairs the maturation of the dendritic cells and triggers the accumulation of regulatory T-cells that are crucial for the suppression of asthma," explains Anne Müller, a professor of molecular cancer research at the University of

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