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1. NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION
March 28, 2018

Newton’s law of motion describes the motion of the specified massive bodies and how those massive bodies interact. The three laws of motion are compiled by scientist Isaac Newton. Newton was one of the most influential scientists of the time. The Newton’s first law states that the object remains at rest in a straight line unless an external force is introduced. The changes in the motion mostly involve the acceleration. The statement in the first Newton’s law is interpreted as inertia when it explains how the object remains in their state of the motion unless there is a force which is ... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. Redsenol Series: The era of multi-component rare ginsenoside products
February 02, 2018

Ginsenosides are natural compounds extracted from Araliaceae plants like Panax ginseng. Since ginsenosides were found to exhibit anticancer property in the 1960s, scientists have been working on the study of rare ginsenosides. With the in-depth research on ginsenosides, scientist found that rare ginsenosides, the metabolite of prototype ginsenosides, exhibit more potent anticancer activities in many aspects, including inhibiting angiogenesis in malignant lesions, alleviating toxicity induced by chemotherapy and radiotherapy and increasing drug sensitivity, reversing multiple drug resistance... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Canada Royal Enoch: an ambitious runner in phytomedicine research and application
February 02, 2018

Canada Royal Enoch Phytomedicine Ltd, located in Vancouver, Canada, is a hi-tech company mainly engaged in research, production and sales of natural plant-based medicines. The company is led by led by Chinese-Canadian scientist Joshua Yu who devoted himself into the phytomedicine research and application for years. The company aims to extract active anticancer ingredients from natural medicinal plants to assist the treatment and recovery of cancer. Focusing on the research of rare ginsenosides that exhibit anticancer activities Ginsenosides are natural compounds extracted from Araliacea... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. Help save Your Water Help save Our Earth
January 15, 2018

Water Is a Rather important advantage Perhaps Not Just to get a person being because of types too. But persons create the surroundings contaminated by damaging the rivers ocean along with different water bodies. A scientist has repeatedly jeopardized humanity that should they don't utilize water precisely in forthcoming years there'll soon be a enormous lack of drinking water, and also the outcome will probably undoubtedly be hazardous. Manufacturing facility, buildings, and houses next into this lake create the river contaminated that isn't great for the mommy temperament. Even with dev... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

5. A Short History of Where Internet Bots Came From
January 11, 2018

The 1950s The Turing Test In 1950, computer scientist and mathematician Alan Turing developed the Turing Test, also known as the Imitation Game. Its most primitive format required three players -- A, B, and C. Player A was a machine and player B was a human. Player C, also a human, was the interrogator, and would enter questions into a computer. Player C received responses from both Players A and B. The trick was, Player C had to determine which one was human. But there was a problem. At the time, databases were highly limited, and could therefore only store a certain amount of huma... (read more)

Author: Lorna Matthews

6. When in Boise, Quality isn't Hard to Find
January 03, 2018

Quality hotels are far and few in between. It’s not an industry where the barrier to entry is too high, thus allowing almost anyone with the capital and resources to open their own establishment. With the onslaught of the online sharing/gig economy, other options are presented to travelers regarding when they choose a place to stay. However, finding and staying at a quality hotel doesn’t need to be a rocket scientist’s endeavor. When choosing a hotel, it’s best to go with where you know that your personal needs and accommodations will be taken into consideration. And of course, the bott... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

7. Faux Science - The Power to Make Men Stop Thinking
June 11, 2017

Faux Science – The Power to Make Men Stop Thinking Morgan Freeman is credited for saying, “all that it takes to make men stop thinking are the words – “scientist have discovered.” While Freeman is correct, that day is long past. Now scientist can make great swelling statements about almost anything that is accepted without question. Having long since left behind the true definition of science they have entered a kind of authoritarianism that no one would dare doubt. They no longer need to discover anything; they can make declarations without research, substance, and in some case... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

8. Mutual Self-Pleasuring: Changing a Solo Into a Duet
May 09, 2017

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that self-pleasuring is typically a solo activity. Sure, there are exceptions, but most men’s (and women’s) self-fondling time is spent alone. But there’s no rule against sharing self-stimulating activities with a partner, especially if that partner is willing to join in and fondle themselves as well. When a guy practices proper male organ care, his member is in very presentable shape and can join in a mutual self-pleasuring session with no worry about how he looks. But changing the solo activity into a duet can take some preparation. This assum... (read more)

Author: man health

9. Hadooptraininginhyderabad.co.in Launches Data Science Training in Hyderabad
February 21, 2017

People who wish to pursue a career in data analytics can consider the aforementioned website for Data Scientist Course . It is an online training platform that provides several courses that are aimed to help students in building a career as a data scientist. There are many industries which require such professionals and there are several lucrative prospects which await people with skills. Data analysis is the need of the hour and in order to become an expert in the same, students/job hunters are expected to learn all about the subject. There are many aspects involved in the same and depend... (read more)

Author: John Doe

10. Why Smoking an E Cig in Boston, MA Is Safer
February 19, 2017

For many people, the jury is still out on whether smoking e cigarettes is safer than smoking traditional cigarettes, but if you “do the math,” you’ll realize that they are. It doesn’t take a scientist to see how dangerous cigarettes are for you. The chemicals in them alone are shocking. An e cig in Boston, MA offers smokers a way to enjoy their habit that is safer for them and more palatable for their significant others. Here are some things to consider when weighing cigarette versus e cig. The Chemicals in a Cigarette You know that cigarettes contain nicotine but so does most vaping... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

11. Become a Data Scientist Today with Complete Training
December 18, 2016

A Data Scientist plays a crucial role in explaining the significance of the data but in a way which can be easily interpreted by others. He or she may possess a lot of skills and a combination of skills such as analytical, statistical, data mining, machine learning, coding or algorithms. But it is of no use if the data cannot be explained by them and interpreted by others. So, for those who want to make it big in the area of Data Analytics, they must be well trained. And for those who are looking for a training institute that can offer a comprehensive Data Scientist Course , this is the right... (read more)

Author: John Doe

12. Scientists Extract Evidence of Smallpox from 17th Century Mummy
December 08, 2016

Scientist have discovered genetic evidence of smallpox from the remains of a 17th century mummy found in a crypt beneath a Lithuanian church.  The early DNA provides a timeline of the highly infectious disease that was finally eradicated in the 20th century.  The mummy is of the lower half of a child. Samples of the mummy’s skin were taken by Canadian and Australian researchers, who were then able to reconstruct the decomposing genome of the virus. The mummified child, one of...... (read more)

13. Researchers: Lead Levels Dropping in Flint Water Supply
December 02, 2016

Researchers say that lead levels in the drinking water supply of Flint, Michigan, continue to drop, but say residents should still filter their water. The researchers from Virginia Tech said Friday that they found no detectable levels of lead in 57 percent of homes during the latest round of tests in the city. Scientist Marc Edwards, who first revealed Flint’s high lead levels in 2015, said, “We’re now approaching the end of the public health crisis.”   However, he said...... (read more)

14. Questions Linger in China Over Controversial Death in Custody Case
December 02, 2016

Authorities in China announced this week that five officers are expected to be charged with dereliction of duty in the controversial and closely watched case of Lei Yang, a 29-year-old environmental scientist who died in police custody earlier this year. But a big concern for many in China is whether the trial will answer a host of questions in the mysterious case. So far, very little information has been released about the yet to be indicted officers, four of whom have been released on...... (read more)

15. Castro's Own Family Split by Communist Revolution
November 26, 2016

Fidel Castro’s rule of nearly five decades split many a Cuban family between exile and solidarity with the communist revolution — including his own. While brother Raul was his closest confidant and successor as president, sister Juana, exiled in south Florida, called Fidel a “monster” to whom she hadn’t spoken in more than four decades.   Eldest son Fidelito, long Castro’s only officially recognized child, was a nuclear scientist in Cuba. Eldest daughter Alina Fernandez, born from...... (read more)

16. Solving the Diversity Problem: How a Mobile App is Helping Companies Hire
October 26, 2016

Stephanie Lampkin credits her aunt with first sparking her interest in technology. As a child, Lampkin couldn’t have known that being black and female could potentially keep her from attaining her professional goals, simply because it hadn’t kept her aunt from attaining hers.  “My first image of a computer scientist was a black woman, and I didn’t suffer from the same sort of imposter syndrome that unfortunately, a lot of women and people of color do, when they go into technical...... (read more)

17. Tom Hanks Sees Lessons for Election in New Thriller 'Inferno'
October 21, 2016

Embedded within the manic action of “Inferno,” the latest big-screen adaptation of a Dan Brown thriller, is a warning about the dangers of seeking simple solutions to complex problems. Star Tom Hanks says it’s a theme with echoes in the current U.S. presidential race. “Inferno” sets Hank’s polymathic professor Robert Langdon on the trail of a deadly plague concocted by billionaire scientist Bertrand Zobrist (played by Ben Foster) out of a sort of warped humanitarianism: He plans to end...... (read more)

18. Japan's Ohsumi Awarded Nobel Medicine Prize
October 03, 2016

Japanese scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi was awarded this year's Nobel Prize for medicine for his work autophagy — the science of how cells break down and recycle their content. "His discoveries opened the path to understanding the fundamental importance of autophagy in many physiological processes, such as in the adaptation of starvation or response to infection," the Nobel Assembly at Sweden's Karolinska Institute said in a statement on awarding the prize of...... (read more)

19. World's First Baby Born with DNA from 3 Parents, Scientists Announce
September 27, 2016

Scientists have announced the world's first baby born with DNA from three people. A report in New Scientist magazine says the baby boy was born five months ago in Mexico to Jordanian parents and is in good health. U.S. fertility doctor John Zhang turned to Mexico for the birth because the technique is still banned in the United States. The baby's mother carries genes for a fatal nervous system disease called Leigh syndrome. She had passed on the illness to two previous...... (read more)

20. Study: Pluto 'Spray-painting' Poles of its Big Moon Charon
September 14, 2016

A new study finds that Pluto is “spray-painting” the red poles of its big moon Charon. The paint is actually Pluto's continually escaping atmosphere. Methane and other gases from Pluto end up coating Charon's frozen poles, which are so cold and where winters are so long that this buildup remains for decades. A chemical transformation, via solar radiation, turns the polar caps dark red. Planetary scientist Will Grundy of Lowell Observatory in Arizona bases his findings on...... (read more)

21. Could Green Salads, Olive Oil and Exercise Reverse Alzheimer’s?
September 12, 2016

The Alzheimer’s Association calls Alzheimer’s "the only disease among the top 10 causes of death in America that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed.” This gloomy outlook means many people avoid screening tests for dementia. Now a U-S scientist has documented reversal of early Alzheimer’s in a small case study, largely through lifestyle interventions. From Boulder, Colorado, Shelley Schlender reports.... (read more)

22. Scientist And Inventor Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Fund Book On Technology Solutions To Global
September 09, 2016

Rockville, MD - Ron Smith, scientist, inventor and author, has officially launched a Kickstarter campaign to garner widespread support and financial backing for a global warming solutions book titled "Yes We Can!" With this book, the author aims to describe and discuss a large scale system engineering program resulting in technology solutions to global warming. Global climate change caused by human actions has progressed in recent decades from a scientific hypothesis to the subject of international treaty negotiations. ‘Yes We Can!’ attempts to provide a top level plan and describe a pr... (read more)

Author: John Doe

23. 2 Nobel Judges to be Dismissed Over Stem-cell Doctor Scandal
September 06, 2016

The panel that awards the Nobel Prize in medicine is dismissing two judges for their roles in a scandal over a disgraced stem cell scientist at Stockholm's Karolinska Institute.   Nobel Assembly secretary Thomas Perlmann told Swedish news agency TT on Tuesday that Harriet Wallberg and Anders Hamsten would be asked to leave the 50-member group, which will announce the annual award next month.   Wallberg and Hamsten have already left high-ranking jobs at Karolinska amid...... (read more)

24. Computer Scientist Breeds Youth ‘Technopreneurs’ in Malawi
September 01, 2016

Recently named one of the most promising entrepreneurs in Africa by Forbes magazine, computer scientist Rachel Sibande founded and runs tech incubator MHub to mentor young "technopreneurs" in Malawi. About 4,000 youths have benefited from her initiative. Lameck Masina caught up with Sibande and some of her mentees in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe, and reports on the impact they have had on their communities.... (read more)

25. A Brief History of Vinyl in Industry and Entertainment
August 25, 2016

Whether we’re discussing the music playing device or your deck flooring, vinyl is a curious and versatile substance with an unexpected history. As you look for vinyl decking in Orange County, consider this brief history of this chameleon-like substance. Glue Making A scientist in the 1920s was doing little experiments attempting to make a synthetic adhesive. His name was Waldo Semon, and it was during his experiments that he discovered polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. He liked using it to make golf balls and shoe heels. Soon after its discovery, it was used to insulate wires and raincoats, ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

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