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Sleep well to remember well
Staying up all night studying does more harm than good — it leads to fuzzy memories the next day. In other words, our mental scrapbook’s ability to register fresh memories is seriously compromised if a good night’s sleep is denied, scientists say. ...  | Read.. 
Tinier than atoms
In an experimental facility in Germany, in about eight years from now, scientists hope to create matter so tightly compressed that it mimics the insid ...  | Read.. 
RSS: getting it together
A broadband connection can be a hair-raising experience for a novice computer user. Here are some tips on how to cope ...  | Read.. 
Sleep well to remember well
Lab Report
Tough on polythene
 
 
Sound of silence
Laryngitis strikes without warning like a thief in the night. Suddenly, one morning when attempting to speak, instead of a normal voice all that that ...  | Read.. 
Life suspended, and other such works
Technology springs surprises on us every now and then — inventions that may either gladden or shock us, but which irrevocably change our lives. The fi ...  | Read.. 
Hot fossils
Thousands of years before ketchup, mayonnaise or Grey Poupon, there was the red-hot chilli pepper. ...  | Read..
Simple proof against quake
A cheap and easy technique could help rural Nepalese protect their houses from damaging earthquakes, researchers in Nepal said recently. ...  | Read.. 
 
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