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"Cognitive decline as we age can develop into dementia, and unravelling the factors that are linked to this decline could be crucial for finding ways to prevent the condition. These results underline the importance of looking after your cardiovascul

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The former teacher and church minister was born on November 4, 1902, in Tunstall, Staffordshire. Reflecting on all he has witnessed, he said: ‘I remember before the days of Tarmac, the roads were all dust heaps. ‘I can remember hearing about

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, electron beams are being created that possess an inner rotation, similarly to a tornado. These "vortex beams" cannot only be used to display objects, but to investigate material-specific properties - with precision on a nanometer scale. A new bre

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The researchers believe that patients suffering from irregular or slow heart beats could be treated with an injection of new heart cells grown from stem cells to create a “biological pacemaker” that will regulate their heartbeat.

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The makers of the Argos II retinal prosthetic have devised a way to help blind people read Braille. Their first reported tests with a person wearing an Argos II indicate that this method could help blind people with the implant read signs and short s

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Greener, more efficient chemical processes would benefit greatly from solid oxide catalysts that are choosier about their reactants, but achieving this has proven a challenge. Now researchers from Northwestern U

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“Of course, there are still likely to be errors in both the English text and the translation into Chinese, and the results can sometimes be humorous” Rashid warns. “Still, the technology has developed to be quite useful.”

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