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Mortality has been human’s existential crisis since we’ve first become self-aware in some cold cave millennia ago—we’re born, we age, we die. Scientists and doctors of all stripes have long wondered what causes aging and
It was one of the most dramatic stories from Superstorm Sandy: more than 300 patients including tiny babies safely removed from a flooded New York hospital that lost power. But in a research building at the complex, where thousands of lab mice were
About this Author Derek Lowe, an Arkansan by birth, got his BA from Hendrix College and his PhD in organic chemistry from Duke before spending time in Germany on a Humboldt Fellowship on his post-doc. He's worked for several major pharmaceutical
FoxNews.com If you watch TV, read magazines, listen to the radio, or even glance at the Internet, you're going to be bombarded by ads and other promotional listings for raspberry ketone, the new miracle fat-burner in a bottle ingredient that is
Obese mice who received the drug Amlexanox revert to normal size University of Michigan’s Life Sciences researchers find an age old drug used to treat http://www.
Following the success of its Inclusive Tour flight booking service, Aviate is now launching Aviate Groups. This new division is dedicated to providing the best group booking service in the market. (TRAVPR.COM)
Being sure about what was just said we may emphasize that employees truly love trips that they are treated with. Conferences, business trips or any company events of different kind are an excellent excuse to get few days off,
Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door." This famous (mis)quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson is used to describe the value in improving a basic product. His advice has also been taken literally. Since William Hooker of
None better Powerhouse Museum curator Debbie Rudder with the mousetrap maker. Photo: Steven Siewert IT IS hard to believe that the Standfield mousetrap-maker, resembling an illustration from a wacky science magazine, worked for a week let alone
Scientists have shown that mice really can learn songs It seems that Bagpuss was ahead of his time. Decades after the pink and white cat and six singing mice first appeared on our TV screens, scientists have shown that mice really can learn songs.