Recent Discoveries and Breakthroughs

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New President...New Wheels...And A Higher Level of Security

As with previous years, with the inauguration of a new president come new challenges to face and obstacles to overcome. While the nation does its part to work through these trials, the president has his own issues to deal with. One of these is how to get around safely and comfortably while presenting a positive, confident attitude to the rest of the world. The solution to this is a specially modified Cadillac limousine made exclusively for the president himself.

Alarm May Keep Children From Drowning

The number of child deaths related to drowning in home swimming pools is disturbing to say the least. Sometimes even a child-proof gate isn't enough to keep unsupervised kids away from the water. In recent years steps have been taken to augment pool security--and this is one of them.

Russian Hemabank Develops New Cell Technology Based on Cord Blood

One of the latest developments of the Institute of Stem Cells is the technology for isolating stem cells from cord blood, which was created in cooperation with the Institute of General Genetics of Russian Academy of Sciences. Read all about these exciting scientific breakthroughs in a field where controversy reigns supreme.

Study Shows Men Control Hunger More Than Women

Ever wonder why many women like sweets more than men? A new study says that men can control their food cravings more than women.

Neurotic Are 50 Percent More Likely To Develop Alzheimer's Disease

If you're neurotic, you have at least a fifty percent higher risk of developing Alzheimer's Disease than people who don't get bent out of shape.

Veil Coating Turns Your Car Into a Stealth Vehicle

In "Die Another Day," James Bond had an Astin Martin that could turn invisible. While I found this to be over-the-top, even for a Bond gadget, I still thought it was a neat idea. Veil Anti-Laser Stealth Coating doesn't make your car invisible--but it sure does make it difficult to detect with a radar gun.

Study Says Serious Injuries Uncommon After Being Tasered

A Taser can deliver up to 50,000 volts of electricity, which can make even the toughest man curl up in a ball. But how common are serious injuries that result from Tasers?

"There is A Robot Swimming In Your Blood"

Soon tiny robots could be swimming around in your blood performaing micro surgery.

New Long Range Bomber May Be on the Horizon

Technology is now the driving force behind evolution. As new and better things come out, we have to adapt to them and sometimes change our entire lifestyle. One of the best examples of this is how we defend our country. Unmanned vehicles are putting more and more distance between our troops and dangerous situations and the next generation of bombers may adopt the same technology.

Chinese Create Three New Concepts for Cell Phones

This article concerns three really cool innovative concepts for mobile phones, which may or may not be produced in the near future. Suggested by Huawei Technologies, the largest networking and telecommunications equipment supplier in China, they collectively promise at least an interesting read.