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Australian Devises Online Game Based on Virginia Tech Shootout

...y angry emails and they wont put it back up with v tech still on it. At least Newgrounds still believes in freedom of speech, thanks ," the message said. The game, described as offering "three levels of stealth and murder" is set on a facsimile of the Virginia Tech campus and can be freely downloaded f...

Teenage Self Confidence Can Translate Later into Material Wealth

... and have nots. As our economy becomes more high tech and places a higher premium on knowledge work, it gives tremendous opportunity to people who have advantages based on their upbringing, he said. But people who dont have advantages are much more limited in what they can make of themselves, probably...

RFID Use can Avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

...red is a little inventive thinking and having some tech savvy medical staff who can keep tab of the latest...ter Society of India would welcome technocrats and tech savvy healthcare professionals to regularly contribute to this forum. Contact: www.mcsiindia.com fo...

Cashing in on IT for Healthcare

...to specialise in package implementation and remote tech support to outsourced research, he said. It will strengthen its position in research-based content development for regulatory agencies and pharmaceutical companies, in image interpretation and data analysis services for clinical trials and pharmace...

Kashmir To Get Cancer Hospital

...ould be added as the institute evolves into a high tech facility of medical excellence offering super specialty care in areas like trauma control, gynaecology, ophthalmology and ENT. 'Besides offering the most modern allopathic treatment, the hospital will make efforts to educate the general public abou...

Teeth Reformation could be Possible with Ultrasound Technology

...hin the bone. TEC Edmonton, the U of A's exclusive tech transfer service provider, filed the first patent recently in the U.S. Currently, the research team is finishing the system-on-a-chip and hopes to complete the miniaturized device by next year. ‘If the root is broken, it can now be fixed,’ said El-...

E-gym is the latest fad: bring the gym home online!

...t.' The various companies hopping in to this new tech enables gym are many. One of them is Austin Compan...ornia-based Yoga Learning Center, doesn’t see this tech replacing gyms. In his words, this is not 'as a replacement for live instruction or personal trainer...

Better Communication Ensured Between Humans and Computers

Computers still are considered to be a high tech machine and are not user friendly by some even today. Hence manufacturers are working hard to make it otherwise//. There is a big generation gap which leaves some in a state of despair and confusion. Dr J?rg Voskamp, from Germany's Fraunhofer Institu...

Doctoral communication gets wired badge: wireless communication.

...ch.// This is the first time in the UK that this tech is being tested, which allows staff in different locations to talk over a wireless network. They use badges which are hands free devices, about the size of an iPod nano, and can be pinned to a uniform or worn around the neck. Users can make instant...

British company developing ‘Safer Cigarettes

...roduce smoke and also testing cigarettes with high tech filters which reduces the exposure of humans to the carcinogens. The British Tobacco company is obvious that these new innovative techniques being developed and tested will reduce the occurrence of smoke related diseases upto 90%. ...

Rejection Rate for Liver Transplants Patient Reduced

...tarted. Research has shown that despite all high tech matching done for liver transplant patients, organ rejection is still a common phenomenon. Transplant surgeon Ignazio Marino, M.D., of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, says that rejection happens in at least 40 percent of patient...

Keep fit always

...gym or health club,// you'll be familiar with high tech equipment- like elliptical trainers, treadmill and stairmasters. These items typically cost thousands of dollars and might be beyond one's means, if you're working out on your own. But you can get the same results practically for free, says Carol J...

Music aids in curing dementia

...One would hope so because it is not involving high tech equipment or very expensive or toxic drugs."...

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