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Week In STEM-19th Sept

September 19, 2015 Editor

 Ghanaian researcher creates electrical insulator Electro porcelain is widely used to insulate electric cables, in homes, on the railways, in telecoms systems. Ghana currently imports all its electro porcelain — at great expense. Now Abu […]

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Week In STEM-12 Sept

September 12, 2015 Editor

Cancer patient receives 3-D printed ribs After being diagnosed with a chest wall sarcoma, a 54-year-old Spanish man’s surgical team made the decision to remove his sternum and a portion of his rib cage and […]

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Week In STEM-5 Sept

September 5, 2015 Editor

New ‘Tissue Velcro’ could help repair damaged hearts Engineers have just made assembling functional heart tissue as easy as fastening your shoes. The team has created a biocompatible scaffold that allows sheets of beating heart […]

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Week In STEM-29 Aug

August 29, 2015 Editor

Another Cancer Treatment Breakthrough Cancer research scientists have managed to programme cancerous cells back to normal for the first time, potentially giving doctors the ability to ‘switch off’ cancer. The breakthrough could potentially lead to the […]

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Week In STEM-22 Aug

August 22, 2015 Editor

Robot Terminator? A Google subsidiary has taken a large step – quite literally – in trying to make humanoid robots as realistic as possible. Its creation, an Atlas robot, was able to walk unaided across […]

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Week In STEM-15 Aug

August 16, 2015 Editor

Scientists Discover Genetic Switch that Begins Aging Process A new study, conducted by researchers from Northwestern University in Illinois, has revealed that a simple genetic “switch” may be the key to the solving the mystery […]

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Week In STEM-8th Aug

August 10, 2015 Editor

Lexus hoverboard swooshes in action Lexus has finally launched a video of a rider mastering its long-awaited hoverboard. It’s a souped up skateboard that hovers over the ground. New Cancer Fighting Agents An international research […]

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