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Image 1 - Bats Can Change Ear Shape To Make Their Hearing More Flexible
2011-11-15 05:24:09

Certain bats can deform the shapes of their ears in a way that changes the animal's ultrasonic hearing pattern. Within just one tenth of a second, these bats are able to change their outer ear shapes from one extreme configuration to another.

2011-04-15 07:14:00

BEIJING, April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Fuwei Films (Holdings) Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq: FFHL) ("Fuwei Films" or the "Company"), a manufacturer and distributor of high-quality BOPET plastic films in China, today announced that its board of directors has appointed Mr.

2010-05-12 08:00:00

JINAN, China, May 12 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Jinan Yinquan Technology Co., Ltd., the wholly-owned subsidiary of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc.

2009-07-16 07:43:00

NEW YORK, July 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NeoStem, Inc. (NYSE Amex: NBS), which is pioneering the pre-disease collection, processing and long-term storage of adult stem cells for future medical need, announced today it has entered into an advisory consulting agreement with Dr.

2009-02-03 15:41:02

As many as 1 percent of women suffer premature ovarian failure, a disorder associated with infertility that has important health implications as well.

2008-10-01 15:00:40

Democrat Adam Goode Age: 25 Hometown: Bangor Address: 303 Hammond St., Apt.

2008-08-04 06:00:27

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- As China showcases its rapid modernization at this summer's Beijing Olympics, an international group of college students is trying to preserve the country's rich heritage.

2008-03-03 15:05:00

Although still relatively unknown to the general public, an archaeological method that is being practiced at several locations around the world helps scientists overcome such bias toward large, readily noticeable sites.

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  • To say in too many words; to express verbosely.
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