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Now, laser technology that destroys tumours using heat
Scientists have developed a technique that heats up and destroys kidney and liver tumours. ANI

Cheap, solar-powered lamp 'most important object of the 21st century'
A cheap solar-powered lamp has joined the list of the most priceless treasures in the British Museum. ANI

Worms provide clues to declining fertility with age in women
A new study from Princeton University has revealed why fertility declines at a rate that far exceeds the onset of other aging signs in women. ANI

Updates from the world of Science and Technology, research findings and scientific reports for October 15, 2010

Now, laser technology that destroys tumours using heat
Scientists have developed a technique that heats up and destroys kidney and liver tumours. ANI

Cheap, solar-powered lamp 'most important object of the 21st century'
A cheap solar-powered lamp has joined the list of the most priceless treasures in the British Museum. ANI

Worms provide clues to declining fertility with age in women
A new study from Princeton University has revealed why fertility declines at a rate that far exceeds the onset of other aging signs in women. ANI

Flapless 'Demon' aircraft that use air bursts to fly
Engineers at the Cranfield University in the United Kingdom have completed a flapless flight by using bursts of air to control an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) they call Demon. ANI

NASA software could aid interpretation of medical imagery
Researchers at the Yale University in New Haven, have said that NASA software used to enhance Earth science imagery could help interpret medical imagery. ANI

Breastfeeding photos on Facebook deemed 'unsuitable for children'
Photographs of breastfeeding women clicked by an Australian photographer have been banned from the Facebook deeming them unsuitable for children. ANI

How loss of hearing occurs with age
Researchers at the University of Minnesota Medical School have found out how age-related hearing loss may occur in humans. ANI

iPads and iPhones at Apple stores teeming with germs, says Oz expert
People who use display iPads and iPhones at Apple stores are likely to get serious infections and the company should do more to maintain hygiene, says an Australian expert. ANI

Biomarker may hold key to early diagnosis of lung cancer
Early-stage lung cancer diagnosis may now be possible- as scientists have suggested that a biomarker may be used to develop a potential screening test. ANI

New 'PiggyBac' mutation tool to identify new cancer genes
Researchers have developed a genetic tool to speed the discovery of novel genes involved in cancer. ANI

Scientists 'solve mystery of Saturn's walnut moon'
Research from the University of California, Santa Cruz, suggests that Saturns moon Iapetus looks like a walnut because it lies in a Goldilocks zone around the giant planet. ANI

'Computer, heal thyself' comes closer to reality
A group of Technical University scientists is working on developing a computer that can heal itself, the idea inspired from the popular scifi thriller Terminator. ANI

'Urge to take a break' is all in your head
We often feel the urge to take a break after an hour of studying or work, but a new study has revealed that its all in your head. ANI

Now get a tan without exposure to cancerous UV rays
Researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cutaneous Biology Research Center (CBRC) have found out how one can get a tan without being exposed to harmful UV radiations. ANI

Kids blindly trust things told to them, finds Indian-origin scientist's study
The next time you tell your three-year-old a fantasy story make sure he knows its not real-as a new study has suggested that they tend to blindly trust things told to them. ANI

Beefed-up muscles help kidney patients live longer
A new study has suggested that kidney disease patients are likely to live healthier and longer if theyve beefed up their muscles. ANI

Four types of compulsive gamblers identified
A new study has identified four types of compulsive gamblers-a kind of behaviour that damages and harms personal, family and career-related goals. ANI

New insight into multitalented protein sheds light on HIV mysteries
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a research method by which new insights into the infection process of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that leads to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) can be observed. ANI

Scientists discover 'dramatic flares, bursts from mysterious pulsar'
Scientists have discovered dramatic flares and bursts of energy emanating from a weakly magnetised, slowly rotating pulsar. ANI

Earth's temperature 'depends on CO2 levels in atmosphere'
A new atmosphere-ocean climate modeling study has shown that the planets temperature ultimately depends on the atmospheric level of carbon dioxide and not only on water vapor and clouds. ANI

Gene that prevents stem cells from turning cancerous identified
A research from Rockefeller University has dentified a gene that can inhibit stem cells from developing into cancer. ANI

Social groups respond alike to common dangers: Study
Scientists have found that response to a perceived danger is not different from one animal or human to another, as previously thought. ANI

Why airplane food tastes so bland
Ever wondered why food in airplanes always tastes so bland? Now, a new study at the University of Manchester tells you why. ANI

Bilingualism boosts brain prowess
A new study from the University of California, Los Angeles has revealed that the ability to speak multiple languages is associated with better mental capacities. ANI

Bizarre female robo 'croons by copying human singer'
They can drive cars and probably even do household chores like humans, but a bizarre female robot can actually sing, by copying a human singer. ANI

Children from broken homes 'twice as likely to have emotional problems'
A new study has revealed that children from broken families have double the chances of developing serious behavioural problems. ANI

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