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Week In STEM-7 Nov

November 9, 2015 Editor

SUPER GLASS MATERIAL  ALMOST AS STRONG AS STEEL To make super-strong glass, the researchers have long set their sights on alumina, an oxidized version of aluminum that happens to possess some of the strongest chemical […]

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Week In STEM-31st Oct

October 29, 2015 Editor

New battery developed in Cambridge ‘world’s most efficient’ Scientists in Cambridge have created the world’s most energy efficient battery. The breakthrough, from the University of Cambridge, could speed up the development of batteries that could […]

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Week In STEM-24th Oct

October 25, 2015 Editor

Study reveals how brain multitasks Researchers report that they have added to evidence that a shell-shaped region in the center of the mammalian brain, known as the thalamic reticular nucleus or TRN, is likely responsible […]

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Week In STEM-10th Oct

October 10, 2015 Editor

How environmental memories may be transmitted from a father to child In recent years, scientists have shown that, before his offspring are even conceived, a father’s life experiences involving food, drugs, exposure to toxic products […]

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Week In STEM-3rd Oct

October 4, 2015 Editor

Plastic-Eating Mealworms Could Help Reduce Landfill Waste Mealworms could be the natural trash-disposers we need to battle the scourge of plastic polluting our planet. The study, published in Environmental Science and Technology, is the first […]

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Week In STEM-26th Sept

September 24, 2015 Editor

Cure for sickle cell in adults validated Physicians have cured 12 adult patients of sickle cell disease using a unique procedure for stem cell transplantation from healthy, tissue-matched siblings. The new technique eliminates the need […]

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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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