Beagle Pups Conceived Through IVF – 30 Years of Research Finally Pays Off

Alexander Travis’ lab witnessed a radical breakthrough in the world of science when the world’s first rubbish of puppies were born through IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). The beagle surrogate gave birth to seven healthy puppies in July.

As the baby beagles turn 5 months old, they were brought to the public at Cornell University. Researchers are considering this development to be of great importance because it can help the world in many ways.

IVF can help canine conservation efforts and it ...

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Ibuprofen Patch Designed by UK Researchers Can Relieve Pain for an Entire Day

Researchers from the United Kingdom have collaborated with a leading adhesive company to devise the world’s first ibuprofen patch. The pain killer which is currently available in the form of oral medication is used widely by people across the world. It is one of the most commonly prescribed no steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) in the world. Chronic pain sufferers rely on ibuprofen for pain relief.

The team of researchers from the University of Warwick have designed a patch to replace the ...

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UHD TVs vs HD TVs and Which One Is Better

Recently the warning from NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) caught the user’s attention that the UHD (Ultra High Definition) TVs use 30% more energy than HDTVs.

Going through the details, as the usage of the UHD Televisions has been enormously increasing as the day passes the power consumption is also increasing with the demand. The consumers are more interested towards buying the UHD instead of HD Television. The quality has become the top priority for the user and this leading ...

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Work-in-Progress to Build the Largest Cloning Factory in China

Tianjin, the North port city of China, will witness the creation of the largest animal cloning factory. The controversial science of cloning may finally get widespread acceptance as commercialization begins. The safety of cloning has been questioned innumerable times even after successful clones have been produced in different parts of the world.

Pets, beef cattle as well as racehorses will be cloned in the plant which is located in Tianjin Economic and Technological Development Area (TEDA). It is a ...

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New Avenues for Regeneration Discovered as Scientists Influence Flatworms to Regrow Heads and Brains of a Different Species

In a breakthrough research conducted by scientists at the Center for Regenerative and Developmental Biology, School of Arts and Sciences, Tufts University; the head and brain of one species of flatworms was grown in the body of another species of flatworm without disrupting its genome sequence. The researchers achieved this by manipulating the electrical synapses which are found inside the body of the flatworm.

The biologists used Girardia Dorotocephala (flatworm species) for their research. This freshwater species has outstanding ...

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Lazy Eye Treatment Gets a Power up from AAO Researchers

The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) has presented a treatment for amblyopia a.k.a. lazy eye in its 119th Annual meeting this year. Programmable Electronic Glasses have been developed by the AAO researchers to treat amblyopia. While the technology is simple, what it achieves is rather ground-breaking for children who suffer from the lazy eye.

What is lazy eye?

Lazy eye is a condition found in children who have a weak eyesight in an eye that did not develop normally. This happens ...

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Social Isolation Promotes Self Preservation

“Man is by nature a social animal; an individual who is unsocial naturally and not accidentally is either beneath our notice or more than human.” Aristotle, who was a Greek philosopher in the 3rd century BC, had a close insight of human nature. In the above lines, he has subtly mentioned what we are able to prove today using modern science.

A socially isolated person becomes more aware of the situation and the environment around him. This kicks off the ...

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Power of Positive Thinking to Change your Life

Positive Thinking for a Happy Life

Positive thinking has many advantages. It can make many more changes to your life, than you might think. Being happy is a great thing. It is something that many of us do not feel often enough. If you think more positively all of the time, then you have more chance of being happy and this can be great. Happiness has many great advantages. As well as making us feel better, it can also be a ...

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Becoming a Radiology Technician

In order to become a radiology technician, it is very important to make sure that the necessary steps are taken by you to have the right information on the best schools that are available for this type of course. But in this case, it is also very important for you to get a good idea as to enable yourself to find the best radiology technicians school. You can find lots of different programs both in the US as well ...

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Move Your Body for Health Benefits

Working out. Playing sports. Just. . . moving!

Gun Denhart is always on the move. She even attributes some of her success to staying physically active. And she has had a lot of success as the co-founder of Hanna Andersson, a really successful catalog company, and is now the chairperson of the Hanna Andersson Charitable Foundation, an organization that funds groups benefiting needy children and women.

Gun says:

” I grew up in Sweden. Physical education was an important part of school. ...

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