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Energy From Moving Crowd Could Generate Electricity

"The energy from commuters in a train station, dancers in a night club or shoppers in a mall could one day be harvested,...

Kids Against Hunger Stems Starvation for 20 Million

Kids who volunteer with Kids Against Hunger learn that no matter how young they may be, they can make a difference. They help to...
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Live Earth Concerts on 07/7/7 Tune in Worldwide Climate Message and Music

Plan this Saturday, 7/7/07, to check in with Live Earth, a 24-hour concert taking place on 7 continents that will bring together more than...

New Device Helps Patients to Grow Back Own Teeth

"Scientists have created a device that can make human teeth grow back. The tiny ultrasound machine fits into a patient's mouth and gently massages...

This Online Encyclopedia Catalogs All Life on Earth

Ever wanted to know how many species of birds live on the island of Crete? Or perhaps how many species of animals live in...
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Purple Frog Among 24 New Species Found in Suriname

Scientists working in the South American highlands of Suriname found five new frog species, including a purple flourescent one, six species of fish, and...
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Encouraging Failure as the Currency of Success

As you develop, grow, and do your best there will be setbacks. In fact you're going to run headlong into the path of something...
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France Opens Secret UFO Files from Last Half Century

France became the first country to open its files on UFOs Thursday unveiling a Web site documenting more than 1,600 sightings spanning five decades....
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Free Online University Lectures Offer Eclectic Mix

As we alerted you last year, major Ivy league universities have begun offering lectures — and whole courses — on the Internet for free....

Templeton Prize Goes to Philosopher Who Says Barriers Between Science and Spirituality Fragment Us

Professor Charles Taylor, a Canadian philosopher who for nearly half a century has argued that problems such as violence and bigotry can only be...

$33 Million Donation for Stem Cell Institute

Lorry I. Lokey, the founder of Business Wire and a regular supporter of education and science, will give $33 million to help build a...

Autism Gene Breakthrough Hailed

"Scientists have found new autism genes by scanning the largest collection of families with multiple cases of autism ever assembled. The monumental task of...
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U.S. Admits Threat to Polar Bears from Global Warming, Moves Toward Action

(Updated 12-28) The Bush Administration has formally proposed to list the Polar Bear as “threatened with extinction" under the Endangered Species Act due to...

Top Ten Stories of 2006: #3 – Species Recovery

Environmentalists Heartened by Stunning Finds of Species, Coral, and Recovery of Many Endangered • Numerous hopeful stories in 2006 showed that endangered...
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Top Ten Good News of 2006!

With casualties in Iraq reaching record numbers, the war in Lebanon punctuating the continuing crises in the Middle East and the ongoing slaughter in...

Octopus Study Shows Efforts to Save Fish Stocks Pay Off

"Protecting marine areas for even relatively brief periods can significantly restore depleted fish stocks, scientists said on Monday. Researchers found that after an area...

The Power of Touch Reduces Pain and Fights Disease

Research indicates that the touch of a loved one — even the touch of a stranger — can boost the immune system, halt or slow the...
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Beyond Positive Thinking: Larry King and The Secret

Thursday on CNN's Larry King LIve, Larry hosts the second of a two-part series entitled "Beyond Positive Thinking". His guests will explore The Law...

Stem Cell Cure Hope for Diabetes

Scientists have used stem cells from human bone marrow to repair defective insulin-producing pancreatic cells responsible for diabetes in mice. The treatment also halted...

Rare Medicinal Plant Turns Up After 115 Years

A scientific journal reported that Indian scientists working in a tropical forest in the country's remote northeast have found a rare medicinal plant last...