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Biology

RNA Gene Fragments of the COVID-19 Virus Found in Incoming Dutch Sewage Water

The research indicates that sewage can serve as an early warning system for the virus.March 31, 2020Microbiologists at research institute KWR revealed on Monday that they found RNA gene fragments of the COVID-19 virus in incoming sewage water at the Dutch WWTP. The fragments were discovered before any coronavirus cases were reported indicating the sewage water can serve as an early warning system.
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News

Man Sets Guinness World Record for Stacking Eggs Vertically

It took years of practice to become the world& 39;s best, and possibly only, egg stacker.June 22, 2020You may have heard of the incredibly relaxing, meditative art of stone stacking. If you& 39;re like us though, you have never heard of the art of chicken egg stacking.While, to most, it sounded like a disaster of Humpty Dumpty proportions waiting to happen, one man, Mohammed Muqbel, stuck to his dream of winning the Guinness World Record for most eggs stacked vertically, one over the other.
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Medical Technology

Which U.S. State Has the Highest Cancer Rates?

Southern U.S. states rank the worst in cancer rates overall.January 29, 2020Cancer is one of the biggest killers of any single ailment on the entire planet. 20,000 people die every day from cancer and it& 39;s estimated that 7.6 million will die of the disease this year. Not to mention that 12 million people will find out that they have the disease this year as well.
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Wearables

Harvard Scientists Invent Materials That Can Remember Their Shape

The new material can be programmed into a shape they will return to.September 06, 2020Imagine a material that can always return to its original shape no matter what stimuli you applied to it. Now, researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed just such a material and according to them, it has a wide range of applications from aerospace to fashion.
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News

Battery-Free Game Boy Runs Forever on Kinetic Energy

The device, powered by button mashing and solar energy, could be a precursor for space technologies.September 04, 2020While Nintendo is busy re-releasing old games at premium prices, scientists at Northwestern University have pushed the boundaries by using the company& 39;s iconic Game Boy design to build a device that can run forever without a battery.
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