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Study to find whether leptin helps type 1 diabetic patients
To determine whether adding the hormone leptin to standard insulin therapy might help rein in the tumultuous blood-sugar levels of people with type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes, a clinical trial at UT Southwestern Medical Center is being carried out. ANI

Why deaf have 'super vision'
Researchers have found reasons for the enhanced abilities in the remaining senses of deaf people. ANI

Tsunami risk higher than expected in LA, other major cities
A new study has revealed that the risk of destructive tsunamis is in places such as Kingston, Istanbul, and Los Angeles. ANI

Technology News for March 21, 2010

Soon, spy in the sky to follow a car
An American defence research agency is developing a radar system, which will monitor vehicular movement across a city using a few uncrewed aircraft. ANI

Animal population grows in the Arctic
The overall number of animals in the Arctic has increased over the past 40 years, says a new study. ANI

An extra hour of sleep can boost pupils exam results
A comprehensive school in the UK is giving pupils an extra hour in bed in the hope that it will boost their concentration levels. ANI

Robot that suffers from illnesses, bleeds being used for medical staff training
A new robot that expresses pain and suffers from multiple health problems is being used for the training of medical staff. ANI

Brit military boffins developing Star Trek-style force-field armour
British military scientists are in the process of developing a space-age force field capable of protecting armoured vehicles and tanks by repelling incoming fire. ANI

New method uses patients own breast tissue to make boobs fuller
Silicone implants may soon be a thing of the past, all thanks to a surgeon who has developed a revolutionary b*b job. ANI

Greenland Vikings had Celtic blood, reveals DNA analysis
An analysis of DNA from a Viking gravesite near a 1000 year-old church in southern Greenland shows that those buried there had strong Celtic bloodlines. ANI

How bird skeletons can look so delicate and still be heavy
A scientist has explained how bird skeletons can look so delicate and still be heavy. ANI

Heres the science behind quakes
In a new study, Northeastern earth and environmental sciences professor Jennifer Cole has discussed what causes earthquakes and how one natural disaster can lead to another. ANI

Sensors to detect engineered nanoparticles to gauge environmental impact
A chemist is developing sensors that would detect and identify engineered nanoparticles, a research work that will advance our understanding of the risks associated with the environmental release and transformation of these particles. ANI

Superconducting materials can solve power loss problem in electricity towers
In a new research, it has been suggested that superconducting materials can solve the problem of the power lost due to electrical resistance in steel lattice towers. ANI

Silver nanoparticles may lead to a host of innovative applications
A team of scientists has introduced a new method to deterministically and precisely position silver nanoparticles onto self-assembling DNA scaffolds, which could lead to a new generation of microelectronics, semiconductors, biological and chemical sensing devices. ANI

Blame your genes for your jokes falling flat
Being funny, apparently, is not something that can be learned. Youre either born with funny bones or not. Thats what a leading psychologist and humour researcher says. ANI

Greenland Vikings had Celtic blood, reveals DNA analysis
An analysis of DNA from a Viking gravesite near a 1000 year-old church in southern Greenland shows that those buried there had strong Celtic bloodlines. ANI

Heres the science behind quakes
In a new study, Northeastern earth and environmental sciences professor Jennifer Cole has discussed what causes earthquakes and how one natural disaster can lead to another. ANI

Sensors to detect engineered nanoparticles to gauge environmental impact
A chemist is developing sensors that would detect and identify engineered nanoparticles, a research work that will advance our understanding of the risks associated with the environmental release and transformation of these particles. ANI

Superconducting materials can solve power loss problem in electricity towers
In a new research, it has been suggested that superconducting materials can solve the problem of the power lost due to electrical resistance in steel lattice towers. ANI

Silver nanoparticles may lead to a host of innovative applications
A team of scientists has introduced a new method to deterministically and precisely position silver nanoparticles onto self-assembling DNA scaffolds, which could lead to a new generation of microelectronics, semiconductors, biological and chemical sensing devices. ANI

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