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November 2, 2009

Lab studies suggest nanotech could reduce the side effects of ED and establish a new method of drug therapy.

October 27, 2009

Uncertainty clouds the red wine longevity debate.

September 21, 2009

Windows can be used for more than a view—for virtual environmental pollutant flypaper.

April 20, 2009

Scientists are researching ways to use a “gene knockout” technique known as RNA interference to help fight HIV.

March 27, 2009

Study alerts Everest climbers to pay attention to early warning signs of cerebral edema.

March 10, 2009

A microscopic arms race may lead to a new cost effective malaria treatment.

February 6, 2009

Eric Kandel has a gulping, throaty laugh, the rare kind that sounds like a goose might if it could honk as it inhales. It’s contagious, not just because the sound […]

September 26, 2008

The economy is in a tail spin and the weather here in the Northeast today is wet, windy and miserable. Fortunately, today’s blog tidbit takes us to tropical climes and […]

August 22, 2008

Science and tradition meet when chemists cook up stretchy Turkish ice cream.

December 19, 2007

The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 is perhaps one of the most frequently broken laws in the United States (See Statistics). A recent study shows four major reasons […]

June 4, 2007

The Russian polonium case reminds us how fascinating poison stories can be.


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