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New Technique Helps Researchers Track Individual Cells in an Animal as it Grows

New Technique Helps Researchers Track Individual Cells in an Animal as it Grows

A new technique has been developed by researchers to track individual cells in an animal as it grows. An animation was created by them to recreate animal embryos and each cell is clearly visible.

Tobacco Companies get favorable ruling in Menthol Cigarette case

Tobacco Companies get favorable ruling in Menthol Cigarette case

A ruling was given in the favor of two tobacco companies, which challenged a petition in 2011, by a federal judge on Monday.

NASA Honors Neil Armstrong by Renaming a Historic Building at KSC in Florida

NASA Honors Neil Armstrong by Renaming a Historic Building at KSC in Florida

A historic Kennedy Space Center facility in Florida, the Operations and Checkout Building, has been named after Neil Armstrong.

UK consumers paying more for technology products than US consumers

UK consumers paying more for technology products than US consumers

UK watchdog Which? has revealed in a recent report that the cost that the UK consumers are paying for technology products is substantially higher than the cost being paid by their US counterparts.

NASA Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing

NASA Celebrates 45th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the moon. After a few hours, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took the first steps on the lunar surface. The world stood amazed by the accomplishment.

New Method Developed to Extract Radioactive Elements from Water and Air

New Method Developed to Extract Radioactive Elements from Water and Air

Scientists have been able to successfully test a material that can extract atoms of dangerous or rare radioactive elements such as radon from air.

Maximum Young Americans Not Aware of AIDS Infection, Says CDC

Maximum Young Americans Not Aware of AIDS Infection, Says CDC

New HIV infection is found more in young Americans and around 22% students who are sexually active in high school have been tested for the virus, according to a news report from the Centers for Di

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