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Scent of Skin Cancer Discovered

According to researchers at the Monell Center in Philadelphia, PA, basal cell carcinoma can be identified through odors from the skin.

Gold Stained Glass Windows Purify the Air

Scientists have discoverd that, in medieval churches, stained glass windows painted with gold purify the air when heated by the sun. The researchers hope that this discovery could also be used for modern technologies, since the chemical reaction involved is very energy-efficient.

New Study Shows Diabetes May Be Transmitted From Parents to Children

A new study shows that inheritance may be the cause for the rise in diabetes in the U.S.

The Science Behind a Good Hair Day

Scientists are looking at human hair on the microscopic level to try to determine the differences between frizzy and silky hair. They hope their research could lead to better shampoos and conditioners, and give people more "good hair days."

Suunto X10 Tracks More Than Just The Time

Every new outdoor watch seems to amaze buyers. Sure some of the specifications may already be popular, but there’s always some unique feature that makes the product stand out. In this case with Suunto’s new upgrade, GPS is the new craze.


Because Your Car Is Your Favorite Child, There's Carloft®

"My car is my favorite child," goes the German saying, so you will understand why the German visionary architectural firm, Langhof, incorporated the first Carloft® in its design of Berlin's new Paul- Lincke-Hofe apartment building. Yes, CarLoft makes Mercedes transport so much easier, right into your living room, in fact.

Russia’s Daring Voyage to the Bottom of the World's Deepest Lake

This summer marks an age of further discovery for two Russian submersibles seeking to measure the maximum depth of the world’s deepest lake. Read all about Siberia’s unique Lake Baikal aka Russia’s national treasure.

The Top 10 Popular Balls In Sports: Part One

Its hard to make a list of the best sports in the world, so the following is an ultimate list of the most popular piece of a equipment in sports!

Scientists Discover New Species of Bird

A new species of bird has been discovered in Gabon, Africa.

Russian Drug May Be Breakthrough for Alzheimer's Patients

Is there finally some hope for the victims of Alzheimer’s Disease? There well may be thanks to a Russian-made drug known as Dimebon. Read on for the details.

New Species of Bacteria Discovered in Human Mouth

Ever wonder what could be roaming around inside your mouth? Scientists have found a new species of bacteria in the human mouth.

Russia’s New Unauthorized Computer Access Protection Device

The processing of three-dimensional images aimed to raise a computer’s level of protection from unauthorized access is now a Russian reality. Read on, but watch out for that camera!

8 Funny Robot Commercials That Will Tickle Your Circuits

In the mood for a laugh? The following are just a handful of the robot commercials out there that will tickle your funny bone as well as leave you malfunctioning for more.


Running May Slow Aging Process

We’ve all heart that running is good for you. But can running turn back the clock? Researchers at the Stanford University of Medicine found that running regularly slows the effects of aging.

Let Meow't® Cat Patio Lets Indoor Cats Hang Out

Indoor cats have it rough. It's hard enough for them to squelch their instincts to hunt, but they have to stay in the same environment day in and day out. B O R I N G for a cat.

Russia’s Naval Grenade Launchers: Shiver Everyone’s Timbers!

The colorful age of bearded pirates in velvet brocade and knee high boots sweeping the decks of Spanish galleons laden with gold may well be a thing of the past, but sea piracy is a real threat today and Russia’s top arms producer is fighting back. Read and…keep your distance!

Tiny Heart Pump Aids Heart Patients

A tiny heart pump has recently been approved for use in critically ill heart patients.

Fabulous Chair Concept: Only 100 Shock Absorbers To Go!

Alessandro Bêda has a super cool idea for a chair and, if he can make it work with 100 gas shock absorbers, he can make his mark on a whole new line of furniture.

iRobot And DARPA Launch LANdroids Program

iRobot teams up with DARPA to work on the LANdroids Program. These robots will be able to help with communications for military missions.

Slumber Like a Mummy with the King Tut Sleeping Bag

The King Tut sleeping bag keeps young princes or princesses snug as a pharaoh's mummy during each night's journey from dusk to golden dawn.