• Tanjung Aru project draft plan up for viewing
    Tanjung Aru project draft plan up for viewing

    KOTA KINABALU, Dec 5 — The public can now view the plans on the controversial Tanjung Aru transformation project and offer feedback or objections. City mayor Datuk Yeo Boon Hai said that public... …

  • Utah's Great Salt Lake Is Shrinking
    Utah's Great Salt Lake Is Shrinking

    Years of drought and over-irrigation have caused Utah's Great Salt Lake to shrink at an alarming rate, recent satellite photos show. After the Great Lakes, Utah's Great Salt Lake is the largest body …

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  • What your breath can tell your doctor about your health

    What your breath can tell your doctor about your health

    During annual physical exams you’ve grown accustomed to doctors checking you from head to toe. Endured blood tests. On February 1, Breathtec Biomedical began listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange. … More »

    Science and Weather - Tue, Apr 19, 2016
  • Science to the rescue: Why do you get ‘eye boogers’?

    Science to the rescue: Why do you get ‘eye boogers’?

    There’s nothing worse than waking up first thing in the morning, seemingly bright-eyed and bushy-tailed when your first sight is clouded by eye boogers. Eye boogers are the remnants of a night’s sleep: they can be a mix of goopy or crusty residue … More »

    Science and Weather - Sat, Apr 16, 2016
  • Spinning artificial blood vessels with a cotton candy machine

    Spinning artificial blood vessels with a cotton candy machine

    Enter one clever researcher – and an old-school cotton candy machine. Leon Bellan is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.  He was using micro-thin fibers, trying to build the artificial … More »

    Science and Weather - Fri, Apr 15, 2016
  • Removing certain cells extends the lifespan of mice

    Removing certain cells extends the lifespan of mice

    A researcher wonders, will taking a particular kind of cell out of mice extend their lives? The cells are removed – and the mice live 35 per cent longer. “Senescent cells are kind of damaged, worn out, and not really functioning the way they were … More »

    Science and Weather - Thu, Apr 14, 2016
  • Antarctic research dashes hopes for easy solution in hunt for Martian life

    Antarctic research dashes hopes for easy solution in hunt for Martian life

    It turns out, a lot – and the signs don’t look too promising for future search missions. A team of researchers from McGill University working with NASA colleagues in Antarctica believe they have found a spot that resembles the conditions prevailing … More »

    Science and Weather - Tue, Apr 12, 2016