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Trees to Predict Climate Change

...of 47 ancient trees. The museum has also received accolades for its contribution to science popularization in the province. 'The museum has recorded the name, time of death, climate around the year of death, and other information,' Li said. 'The oldest tree stored in the museum died 4,420 years ago.' 'H...

Generic Biologics – U.S Panel Hearing Draws Mixed Response

...nts expire. Yet it has drawn both brickbats and accolades from various sections. Says Jay Siegel, head of research for Johnson & Johnson's biotechnology business: ' You just can't take a molecule that you don't know what it is and market it to the people. It's too risky.' He opines that rival products a...

Honey, I Shrunk The Abscess!

Honey has earned itself many accolades for promoting good health. The latest news about honey could leave a sweet taste in diabetics' mouth. Researchers from the University of Wisconsin have discovered that applying honey on diabetic ulcers could heal the infection and avoid what could...

42-year-old Cancer Patient Honored by British Queen for Her Fundraising Efforts

...egimes has chronic heart disease. Among the many accolades she has achieved for her mammoth fundraising efforts she has received the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award and a Pride of Britain Award. She has said she will no longer take part in fundraising events herself but 8,000 people have signed up t...

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