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Surgical training on pig

Analyzing Animal Anatomy with Augmented Reality

The School of Veterinary Science at the University of Liverpool is using cutting edge devices to let students analyze the internal anatomy of animals with their smart phones or tablets.

Bubalus mindorensis

Philippines' Rare Dwarf Buffalo Resists Extinction

Conservationists announced Friday that the population of the Bubalus mindorensis, one of the world's rarest creatures, in the Philippines has grown to its largest since efforts to save them from being wiped out from the face of the earth began.


Scientists Show IQ is Rising with Each Generation

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian have found that the intelligence quotient, a measure of the intelligence of an individual, improves with each new generation.

Dr Schmieder examined core samples from Clearwater Lake (pictured) collected by the Canadian Geological Survey in the 1960s and 1970s

Australian Scientists Debunk Clearwater Lakes Origin Theory

Martin Schmieder, a geo-chronologist from the University of Western Australia, and his colleagues have debunked the long-held belief that the Clearwater Lakes in Canada was formed by twin asteroids crashing on Earth.

Artist's impression of the plasmoelectric effect

Newly Discovered 'Plasmoelectric Effect' Converts Light into Electricity

Researchers from the California Institute of Technology and the FOM Institute AMOLF have discovered a new method for the production of electrical potentials by using minute metal nanocircuits to effectively capture light and convert it into an electrical potential of 100 millivolts.

A cross section through a histotripsy lesion created in bovine liver tissue with the liquified cellular contents washed out revealing the remaining extracellular matrix. The scale bar represents 5mm.

High-Intensity Sound Waves May Help Regenerative Medicine

Researchers from the University of Washington have developed a way to use sound to create a cellular scaffold for tissue engineering, a novel approach that could help overcome regenerative medicine's prominent hindrances.


Scientists Working on Better Batteries Close to Success

A new lithium-nickel-manganese-oxide material on the positive end might provide batteries a markedly higher voltage.

Young Girls that want to be Sexy aren't Smart

An investment in sexiness comes at the expense of academics.


PS4 Firmware Update Hit with Bug

Sony has suggested that users boot the consoles into "Safe Mode" to update the system's software.

A gorilla scratching its head

Scratching an Itch Makes it Worse

Researchers have known for decades that scratching an itch produces a small amount of pain in the skin.

Scheller and Loque

Lab Breakthrough Paves Way for Improved Crops

This means that specific tissues of a plant can be made to enhance desired traits.

Deep Ocean

New Study Suggests Water Arrived Early on Earth

Scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution found in a study that the water on Earth arrived earlier than previously thought.


Study Links Possessive Guys to Poor Sperm Quality

The study found that men with fewer mate guarding behaviors had a higher percentage of motile sperm.

Models wearing custom armbands that Diesel Black Gold made for the Samsung Gear S

Samsung Gear S to be Released in the U.S. on Nov. 7

The Gear S will be available at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless stores.

Pandora's Cluster - Abell 2744

Hubble Reveals Light of Dead Galaxies

Computer modeling suggests galaxies as large as the Milky Way are the most likely candidates as the origin of the drifting stars.

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