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2014/12/14 23:10
2014/12/14 23:10
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Dec. 14: The arrest of the Bangalore tweeter and the charge of "waging war" against an Asiatic ally come at a time the western world has been wrestling with the dilemma of how to treat youngsters...
2014/12/14 23:10
2014/12/14 23:10
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2014/12/14 04:39
2014/12/14 04:39
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In many parts of Europe, he would now be in jail. But here in Denmark’s second biggest city, the young man, a 21-year-old of Turkish descent who spent 13 months in Syria fighting in the name of Islam,...
2014/12/11 19:42
2014/12/11 19:42
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In one study that reports on 70 consecutive cases in Saudi Arabia between October 1, 2012 and May 31, 2014, researchers from Prince Sultan Military Medical City, King Saud University and Al-Faisal...
2014/12/10 17:42
2014/12/10 17:42
10d
Not only are treatment guidelines lacking, but there are conflicting reports of mortality rates and few descriptions of actual treatments being used. What is clear is that the treatments in...
2014/12/08 22:28
2014/12/08 22:28
12d
Albert Einstein once suggested an alternative theory to the Big Bang in a previously undiscovered manuscript. The physicist proposed the idea that the universe expanded steadily and will continue to...
2014/12/04 17:50
2014/12/04 17:50
16d
Replica mussel glue could revolutionise wound surgery Scientists have created a soluble, self-healing glue that works underwater, based on the natural properties of the common mussel, a favoured...
2014/12/02 13:39
2014/12/02 13:39
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In the near future car traffic will be able to run on electricity but air traffic remains dependent on liquid fuel. The National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark aims to develop new and...
2014/12/01 14:19
2014/12/01 14:19
19d
Danish researchers have found a way to activate and expose hidden HIV cells to the immune system - a major step towards finding a cure for the virus affecting 38 million people. Danish researchers...
2014/12/01 11:38
2014/12/01 11:38
19d
Researchers have created a comprehensive overview of how thousands of genes interact in relation to the behaviour of muscles, thereby offering new insights into the biological mechanism that is at the...
2014/11/28 19:31
2014/11/28 19:31
22d
How is it that vultures can live on a diet of carrion that would at least lead to severe food-poisoning, and more likely kill most other animals? This is the key question behind a recent collaboration...
2014/11/28 09:08
2014/11/28 09:08
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Researchers from Aarhus University and Bispebjerg Hospital have created a comprehensive overview of how tens of thousands of genes interact in relation to the behavior of muscles. At the same time,...
2014/11/27 11:59
2014/11/27 11:59
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COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - Greenland's hopes of a mining boom are shrouded in uncertainty as voters on the ice-capped Arctic island decide Friday who will replace a local government that collapsed...
2014/11/26 19:42
2014/11/26 19:42
24d
It's long been known that laser pulses of sufficient intensity can produce enough energy to eject electrons from their ultrafast orbits around an atom, causing ionization. An international team led...
2014/11/26 16:18
2014/11/26 16:18
24d
They snack on danger and dine on death, merrily munching on rotting flesh that would certainly sicken or kill any person and most other animals. But how do vultures do it? These feathery scavengers...
2014/11/26 00:29
2014/11/26 00:29
25d
A MASSIVE population of stars is missing, and scientists are stumped as to where it could be. New observations from the Hubble Space Telescope challenge a previous theory for the apparent...
2014/11/25 18:25
2014/11/25 18:25
25d
You might wonder why 48 million Americans get food poisoning every year, yet there are some animals that seem to be immune from even the nastiest germs. We're talking here about vultures, which feast...
2014/11/25 15:48
2014/11/25 15:48
25d
Scientists are one step closer to cloning a woolly mammoth, thanks to the results of a new autopsy conducted on a remarkably preserved specimen of the species discovered last year. (Scroll down for...
2014/11/24 19:42
2014/11/24 19:42
26d
The deadly disease is caused by a parasite that is transferred to people via the bite of the African tsetse fly. The parasite lives in the bloodstream where it absorbs haemoglobin from human red blood...
2014/11/24 18:39
2014/11/24 18:39
26d
Researchers at Aarhus University, Denmark, use a computer model to predict the impact of new offshore wind farms on the population of harbour porpoises in the North Sea. A consortium of international...
2014/11/22 11:22
2014/11/22 11:22
28d
Thanks to the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, some of the most mysterious cosmic residents have just become even more puzzling. New observations of globular clusters in a small galaxy show they are...
2014/12/14 23:10
2014/12/14 23:10
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