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High Performance Laser For Cancer-Cell Irradiation

Sunday, 29 January 2006, 6:26 pm | Marietta Gross - Austria

Jena, Germany -- A new way to fight cancer: For the first time worldwide an international team of physicists has succeeded to create a directed ray of protons using a high performance laser. The protons have the same speed and can be used for a targeted ... More >>

World AIDS: Bureaucracy & Greed Prevent Solution

Tuesday, 6 December 2005, 7:10 pm | Marietta Gross - Austria

Nairobi/Washington/Vienna - Every minute a child under the age of 15 is infected with HIV. AIDS kills 1400 children every day and takes more than half a million young lives every year. This is the sad reality facing the world on World-AIDS-Day 2005. More >>

Fat Ass: Rear End Injections Fall Short

Tuesday, 6 December 2005, 6:55 pm | Marietta Gross - Austria

Dublin - An injection into the patient’s bottom may not be such a reliable method to administer medication. That’s the result of a study from physicians of the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin. The study has found many patients have too much fatty ... More >>

More Water Circulates In Africa & America

Friday, 25 November 2005, 9:48 am | Marietta Gross - Austria

Scientists of the Geo-Research-Centre in Potdsdam (GFZ) have found that more water exists on the planet than initially thought. New satellite maps based upon data of Grace-Satellites, which measure the gravitational force of the Earth, have delivered ... More >>

Ocean Noise: Sea Mammals Particularly Affected

Friday, 25 November 2005, 9:18 am | Marietta Gross - Austria

Los Angeles - Diesel engines of boats, acoustic locating systems of submarines, and oil boring on the sea-floor are an increasing threat for sea mammals. The US-American nature conversation organisation NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) presented ... More >>

Scientists: Sexual Abuse Cause Eating Disorders

Tuesday, 15 November 2005, 11:01 am | Marietta Gross - Austria

London/Vienna -- Scientists from the University of Bristol have found that sexual abuse of children often leads to eating disorders in later life. The researchers examined 10,000 women in their study. The eating disorders occurred in women who ... More >>

Scientists Argue Over Planned Dalai Lama Lecture

Friday, 28 October 2005, 12:54 am | Marietta Gross - Austria

Washington – A planned lecture by the Dalai Lama to U.S. scientists has caused controversy among neurologists. U.S. neurobiologist Nancy Hayes said this week she cannot support a non-scientist giving a lecture on research results in front of scientists. More >>