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Miracle man
Everyone thinks they know Albert Einstein. He’s the eccentric boffin who gave the world a new theory of gravity and the pacifist who supposedly invented the bomb — and then tried to have it banned. He is that mad scientist in Princeton with electrified hair, the little professor who shuffles around sockless in moth-eaten sweaters, puffing his pipe. Often he sticks his tongue out. He still stares out of T-shirts and ...  | Read.. 
 
Relativity's legacy
A century has passed since Albert Einstein, then a young clerk working in a Swiss patent office, published five scientific papers on three phenomena in physics, which shook the scientific community around the world. They not only showed that ...  | Read.. 
 
Clues from digital images
To track the threats from a vicious tumour or a suicide bomber, scientists have devised a host of sophisticated techniques like image registration, 3D shape and structure analysis, motion and video analysis. “Image registration is a technique in which ...  | Read.. 
Miracle man
Earth safe
Nose design
Nebulae shape
Salty bacteria
Wrong education
Bad governance
Male psyche
Married to the pc
The average Internet user in the US spends three hours a day online, with much of that time devoted to work and more than half of it to communications, according to a survey conducted by a group of political scientists. ...  | Read.. 
Tiny sensor
Radio-navigator
The no-diet diet
A new weight-loss approach being pioneered by psychologists sounds too good to be true ' because it appears to have been scientifically proved to be an effective diet, yet there is no ...  | Read.. 
 
Reverse drug design
Cryptic codes to cheat the buyer
Ancient remedy
Innovation can help fight poverty in Africa
Age hurdle for pregnancy
Electricity helps stroke victims
Eat less to cool the world
QED: Biotechnology shove
India's biotechnology industry has long demanded an effective regulatory system that will facilitate the quick movement of products from research laboratories into the market. Sections of the industry have expressed concern that the regulatory system ...  | Read.. 
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