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Some U.S. colleges and universities offer these pop culture courses

Campus Life: Interesting Pop Culture College Courses - Part 1

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT A list of pop culture courses available in various U.S. colleges and universities.

The Trademark

Swedish Companies Track Employees Through Microchip Implant That Does Amazing Things

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT The tracker also provides access to company doors, photocopiers, computers, and even food at the cafeteria.

Fear memory , a PTSD trigger

New Study Reveals ‘Fear Memories’ Alter The Mind

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), is among a few mental illnesses that are triggered by a disturbing outside event like "Fear Memories", unlike other psychiatric disorders such as clinical ...

Deep TMS

Reduce Cravings & Lose Weight Through Electromagnetic Brain Stimulation

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT A new research claims that a particular “noninvasive” electromagnetic brain stimulation technique is helping people with obesity lose weight and live a healthier life.

Blind tadpoles learn visually after researchers graft eyes onto tails

University Study Shows Blind Tadpoles See With Grafted Eyeballs

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT Blind tadpoles were able to process visual information from eyes grafted onto their tails after being treated with a migraine medication that augmented the transplanted organs as if "hacked," ...

Finding the cure for cancer

Institute for Cancer Research Joins Top Rank List in Making Discoveries For Patients

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT As the United States plan on massive budget cuts for Health, the ICR assumes the role of spearheading cancer research and is now ranked among the top in the world.

Study Of Mosquito Flight

Scientists Reveal Never Before Seen Approach To Mosquito Flight

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT Source of constant outdoor irritation and disease, scientists reveal the secret of how mosquitoes fly.

Shortage On STEM Jobs

Trump's Travel Ban Causes Severe Shortage On STEM Job Openings [VIDEO]

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT Most American STEM graduates work in other professional fields that are non-STEM related. It's not because there are not enough STEM jobs.

Toyota's quest for better EV Batteries

Toyota Collaborates With Universities For $35 Million EV Batteries Research

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT Toyota in its bid to create better batteries electric vehicles tapped universities and industry partners in a $35 million project to design and develop better battery systems with the aid of ...

Loneliness makes cold symptoms worse

Rice University Study Shows Loneliness Makes Cold Symptoms Worse

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT A Rice University-led study showed people who feel lonely are likely to report more severe cold symptoms

Harvard Researcher Mimics Life and Calls Findings Phoenix Vesicles

Harvard Scientist Discovers Phoenix Vesicles in Quest to Mimic Life

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT Harvard scientist mimics life and calls results of his work "phoenix vesicles" because of its life cycles' resemblance to that of a phoenix.

ISS crew cultivates crystals in space

ISS Crew Cultivates Crystals In Space To Improve Drug Development On Earth

Apr 03, 2017 AM EDT Space crew finds out why crystals grown in space seem to be of higher quality than those made on Earth.

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