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Indian Man Pretends He's a NASA Research Scientist
11/03/14 11:58 AM PST
Arun P. Vijayakumar's false claims of NASA prestige were found out after a bust by the Facebook group 'Netizen Police'
College Students Compete to Build Best Unmanned Boat
10/29/14 11:17 AM PST
Hoping competition will foster innovation, the U.S. Office of Naval Research brought together engineering students from all over the world to build a boat that can operate itself
Researchers Tracking and Fact Checking Memes on Twitter
10/29/14 10:46 AM PST
A study out of Indiana University called Truthy is tracking meme activity on Twitter to see if "social pollution" is spreading
Sunshine May Slow Weight Gain and Type 2 Diabetes
10/29/14 9:03 AM PST
A study of overfed mice exposed to UV light, recently published in 'Diabetes' journal, found that the mice gained less weight and showed fewer warning signs for Type 2 diabetes
New Research Finds Link Between Drinking Soda and Aging
10/22/14 4:08 PM PST
A newly published study from the University California, San Francisco has found that drinking soda daily can slow down human cell generation and therefore link to aging
Study: Viagra Could be Used to Treat Heart Disease
10/22/14 3:56 PM PST
Research, published in the BMC Medicine Journal, found that the main ingredient in Viagra could be used to treat heart disease
Medical Research Breakthrough with 'Alzheimer's in a Dish'
10/16/14 12:14 PM PST
Researchers have mad a breakthrough in Alzheimer's research with petri dish development of replicate diseased cells
Illegal Marijuana Farms Blamed for Species Decline
10/16/14 10:59 AM PST
According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, illegal marijuana farms are causing a population decline in a forest-dwelling species, the fisher
Pope Makes Iconic Manaoag Pilgrimage Shrine a 'Minor Basilica'
10/15/14 5:20 PM PST
Just months before his arrival in the country, Pope Francis named a famed Philippine church a new basilica
ISIS Ammunition Traced to U.S.
10/08/14 11:24 AM PST
A report from a weapons tracking research group says that ISIS fighters have been using bullets made in the United States and 20 other countries
Microsoft Planning for Pocket Polling
10/03/14 9:21 AM PST
Cortana, Microsoft's voice-activated character in Windows phones, may soon ask its users questions to build up societal survey
Is The Dog Dish Half Full Or Half Empty?
09/23/14 9:21 AM PST
A new study out of Australia suggests that dogs can be either pessimistic or optimistic