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Brain power can decline from age 45
01-07-2012  •  The RawStory.com 
Cognitive skills can start to fall from the age of 45, not from around the age of 60 as is commonly thought, according to research published on Friday by the British Medical Journal (BMJ). 
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Doctors to remove Vietnamese man’s 90kg tumour
01-06-2012  •  The RawStory.com 
A man left unable to walk by a tumour on his right leg that weighs more than the rest of his body went under the knife in Vietnam on Thursday to have the growth removed, hospital officials said. 
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Monkey Embryo Mashup Results In First Primate Chimeras
01-05-2012  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Scientists have produced the world’s first chimeric monkeys, developed from stem cells harvested from separate embryos. They contain genetic material from as many as six genomes. The infant rhesus monkeys are totally healthy and could hold great prom 
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Modern disease found in ancient bones
01-03-2012  •  The RawStory.com 
US scientists said Tuesday that their study of a set of medieval bones found in Albania has revealed traces of a modern infectious disease that afflicts people who eat unpasteurized dairy products. 
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Anger over secret drug trials on Indian children
01-03-2012  •  The RawStory.com 
Indian activists have reacted angrily after 12 doctors were fined less than $100 each for conducting secret drug trials on children and patients with learning disabilities. 
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Bugs may be resistant to genetically modified corn
01-01-2012  •  Yahoo!NEWS 
One of the nation's most widely planted crops β€” a genetically engineered corn plant that makes its own insecticide β€” may be losing its effectiveness because a major pest appears to be developing resistance more quickly than scientists expected. 
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Zoo to use pop music to keep giraffes calm on New Year’s Eve
12-31-2011  •  The RawStory.com 
Keepers at a Dutch zoo have found an unorthodox solution to calm down skittish giraffes spooked by the sound of thousands of end-of-year fireworks going off: playing them pop music. 
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Butterball turkey facility raided for abuse of birds
12-30-2011  •  The RawStory.com 
Authorities searched a Butterball turkey farm in North Carolina on Thursday after an animal protection group alleged that birds there were being neglected and abused, police said. 
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2011 a β€˜horrible year for elephants’
12-30-2011  •  The RawStory.com 
The past 12 months have seen a record number of large ivory seizures across the world, a leading wildlife watchdog said Thursday, saying it had been a β€œhorrible year for elephants”. 
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Japan scientists hope slime holds intelligence key
12-28-2011  •  The RawStory.com 
A brainless, primeval organism able to navigate a maze might help Japanese scientists devise the ideal transport network design. Not bad for a mono-cellular being that lives on rotting leaves. 
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U.S. reports progress on bioweapons control
12-24-2011  •  The RawStory.com 
Progress has been made in protecting against the threat of biological weapons, the State Department said Friday at the end of global talks which agreed to boost moves to thwart their spread. 
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FDA Won’t Act Against Ag Antibiotic Use
12-23-2011  •  Maryn McKenna via  
the US Food and Drug Administration has reneged on its long-stated intention to compel large-scale agriculture to curb over-use of agricultural antibiotics 
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Top 10 Most Poisonous Plants
11-12-2011  •  worldsbiggests.com 
The worlds most deadliest plants. The good news, most of the deadliest plants will kill you only if you eat them. If you wanted to find the Top 10 Most Poisonous Plants then you have come to the right place. Some plants cannot be touched without a 
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Online gamers crack AIDS enzyme puzzle in just 3 weeks
09-20-2011  •  Yahoo Games 
A microscope gives only a flat image of what to the outsider looks like a plate of one-dimensional scrunched-up spaghetti. Pharmacologists, though, need a 3-D picture that "unfolds" the molecule. This is where Foldit comes in. 
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Giant crocodile captured alive in Philippines
09-09-2011  •  news.yahoo.com 
Villagers and veteran hunters have captured a one-ton saltwater crocodile which they plan to make the star of a planned ecotourism park in a southern Philippine town, an official said Monday. 
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Scientists Who Cloned Dolly the Sheep Plan to Clone Endangered Wildcats Using Eggs From Spayed Pets
08-24-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
One of the scientists responsible for cloning Dolly the sheep 15 years ago is developing a new cloning technique that he believes could help save endangered species.  
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Mice Engineered to Lack Muscle Contraction Gene Have Superior Endurance (and Humans Might, Too)
07-18-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Around mile 10 of a recent half marathon, my quadriceps started to tighten and my feet increasingly felt like lead. Along with improving my training, perhaps in the future I will use zinc-finger nuclease scissors to snip out a gene called IL-15Rα 
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Inflated Muscles Super Cow
07-14-2011  •  Animals Icons 
Belgian Blue Beef are famous for their β€œdouble muscling” due to a gene that suppresses the production of Myostatin. Myostatin is a protein that normally inhibits muscle growth after a certain point of development. Pure Belgian Blue carry two copies o 
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Arctic-crossing algae, whale show threat to Atlantic
06-26-2011  •  RawStory.com 
Tiny algae and a whale native to the Pacific have crossed a thawing Arctic Ocean in what may portend a marine invasion threatening Atlantic fish stocks, scientists said on Sunday. 
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Researchers take dinosaurs’ temperature with teeth
06-25-2011  •  RawStoyr.com 
Scientists in California say they have for the first time devised a way to accurately take the body temperatures of dinosaurs -- by examining the creatures' teeth. 
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Humans Might Be Able to See the Earth's Magnetic Field, Like Birds Do
06-21-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
Without realizing it, humans might be able to innately detect Earth’s magnetic field, thanks to a compound found in our eyes. Or we may have been able to do so some time in the past. 
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Microdrone Goes On Safari, Buzzing Kenyan Wildlife To Capture Footage
06-07-2011  •  http://www.popsci.com/ 
the latest generation of flying robots, from tennis-playing quadcopters to surveillance hummingbirds. But zebras, it’s fair to say, are not. So what happens when a drone buzzes a herd?  
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Worms from Hell? Deepest Multicellular Life Found
06-02-2011  •  http://www.livescience.com/ 
How low can worms go? According to a new study, at least 0.8 miles (1.3 kilometers) below the Earth's surface. 
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Amazing Pollen Grains Under Microscope
05-04-2010  •  Wonders-World.com 
Hay fever sufferers can now see the face of their invisible enemy - thanks to these Scanning Electron Microscope images of pollen grains. A Swiss scientists named Martin Oeggerli, who uses the name Micronaut for his art, uses a Scanning Electron Micr 
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For the First Time, Humans See Quantum Entanglement With the Naked Eye
05-01-2011  •  Clay Dillow via PopSci.com 
Physicists at the University of Geneva in Switzerland have devised a new kind of quantum experiment using humans as photon detectors, and in doing so have made the quantum phenomenon of entanglement visible to the naked eye for the first time. 
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Government Says Biotech Companies Can Be Their Own Safety Testers
04-27-2011  •  Rebecca Boyle via PopSci.com 
That means companies like Monsanto, which provides about 90 percent of the world’s transgenic crops, will help the government decide whether their own products should be approved.  
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Things Fire Ants Behave Like: Gore-Tex, a Liquid, a Woven Material, and a Waterproof Raft
04-27-2011  •  Dan Nosowitz via PopSci.com 
Fire ants might be infuriating little beasts, an invasive species we'd all be pleased to see banished to its native Brazil, but it turns out a fire ant colony has some pretty amazing properties. 
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ARPA-E's PETRO Program Plans to Create Better Biofuel Crops, Cutting Costs in Half
04-27-2011  •  Clay Dillow via PopSci.com 
PETRO, or Plants Engineered to Replace Oil, looks to breed or genetically modify plants that boost energy-per-acre by boosting their abilities to capture and convert solar energy. 
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African Potato Lab Fights Malnutrition With Biofortification
04-27-2011  •  Matthew Shechmeister via WIRED.com 
The sweet potato has become an unsung hero against malnutrition in Africa. High in vitamin A and suited to a variety of climates, it hass championed by advocates of biofortification, a movement to improve global health by breeding nutrient-rich crops 
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