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Electronics you can wrap around your fi...

A new multiferroric film keeps its electric and magnetic properties even when highly curved, paving the way for potential uses in wearable devices.

What is a Germ? What is a Virus? Do ger...

Louis Pasteur (1822 – 1895), was made famous for his germ theory. But why was the research of Antoine Bechamp (1816 – 1908), shoved under the carpet? Bechamp discovered that germs are not the primary cause of disease, but in fact, a seconda...

Real-time Volume Imaging of Hearts

A new developed technology ultrasound system from Siemens enables doctors to carry out heart examinations through the esophagus for the first time.

What Is Race?

By Milton Bertrand   What Is Race?   In the recent development of Rachel A. Dolezal, it deems necessary to elaborate on the question of what is race. Dolezal has touched off a contentious national debate about race, what exactly it is and...

Significant link between daily physical...

As millions of Americans resolve to live healthier lives in 2015, research shows just how important diligent daily physical activity is. The researchers found that reducing daily physical activity for even a few days leads to decreases in the function ...

Cheap and abundant chemical outperforms...

Chemists have discovered that a cheap, safe, and abundant potassium compound can be used instead of rare precious metals as a catalyst in the production of chemicals important for drug discovery, agricultural science, medical imaging, and the creation ...

Climbing a tree can improve cognitive s...

Climbing a tree and balancing on a beam can dramatically improve cognitive skills, according to a study. The findings suggest working memory improvements can be made in just a couple of hours of these types of physical exercises.

How to Succeed in Science Courses

Steven Arnold The information on these pages comes from my personal experience and from many other sources.  Everyone learns in their own way, and these tips should not be expected to suit everyone.  There are no tricks which will instan...

Stress Breaks Loops That Hold Short-Ter...

Stress has long been pegged as the enemy of attention, disrupting focus and doing substantial damage to working memory -- the short-term juggling of information that allows us to do all the little things that make us productive. By watching individual...

Science and Religion

Rev. Betty Hanna-Witherspoon, pastor of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church, Kansas City, MO explains the scientific and spiritual views as it sees fit "I do not find science to be at odds with religion, perhaps, because I define religion, my faith, as the way I th...

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