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New EVA bra can detect breast cancer

Mexico Julian Rios Cantu (18) has designed a bra with breast cancer detecting capabilities. The invention has garnered the young engineering student global attention, as well as the top prize at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards. Inspired after seeing his own...

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Marmite might be good for your brain

York, England It’s the spread that people either love or hate but now Marmite munchers may feel justified as their controversial condiment of choice might be good for their brains. Researchers based in the University of York have claimed that they have identified a...

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Pregnancy reveals tumour beneath mum-of-five’s birthmark

West Lancashire, England Pregnancy saved the life of a mum of five who has lived with a birthmark on her forehead all her life. Nicknamed “the unicorn” in school, Sam Davies thought little of the blemish on her face until she noticed that it flared up each time she...

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3D printed ovaries produce offspring

 Chicago, USA Continuing with the theme of 3D printing, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and McCormick School of Engineering has reported a remarkable feat; a functioning 3D printed ovary. After removing a female mouse’s ovary, they replaced it with...

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Meningitis outbreak in Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria An outbreak of meningitis in Nigeria has killed 489 people this year, according to recently released figures from the World Health Organisation (WHO). The country's Center for Disease Control reported 4,637 suspected cases of cerebrospinal meningitis....

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Undergraduate student fixes his teeth with a 3D printer

 New Jersey, USA A student from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Amos Dudley, straightened his teeth after creating a personal pair of plastic braces using a 3D printer and $60 worth of materials. The digital design major had worn braces when he attended middle...

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Japan tackle issue of 5 million dementia sufferers

Tokyo, Japan A city in Tokyo has engaged in the unique experiment of bar-coding its elderly, in a bid to cope with its growing numbers of elderly people with dementia. Over five million of Japan’s elderly are suffering with dementia. 10,000 dementia patients are...

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Let there be sight thanks to new retinal implant

ITALY Scientists who have created a retinal implant that has restored lost vision in rats are planning a clinical trial on humans later this year.The implant converts light into an electrical signal that then stimulates retinal neurons. The hope is that it could...

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