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Mahendra Ramsinghani via TechnologyReview.com

The Nissan Leaf is the first all-electric car to try to connect to a mass market. Now Nissan is betting on a U.S. factory that can turn out 150,000 cars a year.

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The upshot: The high-intensity 4-minute workout was more effective than an hour of moderate cycling. Even better, the Tabata participants saw a 28-percent improvement in "anaerobic capacity" -- a measure of how long the men could exercise at their

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Terrence Aym

Stem cell research promises cancer breakthroughs, limb and organ regeneration, a cure for heart disease…and now breaking research suggests stem cells may hold the key to tripling human lifespans.

A research team from the University of Pittsburgh Me

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Our results support the notion of a tradeoff between longevity and reproduction in humans. PEL and non-PEL individuals in our cohort were all born around the turn of the century and reached reproductive age in the 1920's, long before reliable method

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www.lawoftime.org

The Gregorian calendar is THE most useful tool for controlling the masses and keeping them lock stepped with the establishment! The 13 Moon, 28-day calendar is a new standard of time for all people everywhere who desire a genuinely new world. If the

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Australian scientists hailed what they described as a world-first discovery of two shark species interbreeding Tuesday, a never-before-seen phenomenon which could help them cope with warmer oceans. Lead researcher Jess Morgan said the mating of th

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ScienceDaily.com

Working under the open sky -- it sounds enticing, but it's seldom practical option. Now, a dynamic luminous ceiling brings the sky into office spaces by creating the effect of passing clouds. This lighting generates a pleasant working environment.

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Christopher Mims via TechnologyReview.com

Bruno Zamborlin collaborated with Norbert Schnell to use a contact microphone connected to a system that processes sound in real time to turn any rigid surface into a touch interface. There's no way to explain it adequately in words, so just watch th

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At the moment, patients with suspected angina are most likely to have either an angiogram -- an invasive test where dye is injected directly into the heart's arteries -- or a non-invasive imaging test called SPECT. Unlike MRI scans, angiograms and S

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Thilo Koslowski via TechnologyReview.com

As our cars become networked—to the Internet and to one another—new trends in technology and society will redefine transportation. What's certain: tomorrow's automobiles will provide experiences that go well beyond driving.