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A study from Cambridge University researchers shines new light on exactly how Salmonella spreads throughout a person's body -- work that could help medical experts overcome roadblocks in the development of vaccines and other forms of therapy to help combat the disease-causing bacteria.
Machines rising up to enslave humanity and take over the world has been a popular theme in many science fiction works, but a new academic center in the works at Cambridge University will be dedicated to studying whether or not these kinds of potential technology-related threats could actually happen.
Toshiba and Cambridge University have been working together to find a cheaper and more efficient way to protect networks from criminal thievery and spying.
While the smelling sense of a dog has been widely reported and is very well known, the canine nose may be even more powerful than we once thought, even capable of reversing paralysis.
Anesthetic gel made from a rare plant found deep in the Peruvian rainforest has been found to be so potent that it could potentially replace the uncomfortable anesthetic injections used prior to dental procedures.
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