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Making science sexier
In Japan, the country that gave the world innovations such as instant noodles and the Sony Walkman, science has always been seen as a profession that is supposed to produce something useful. The Japanese celebrate the tinkerers and technicians, the no-nonsense types who built the postwar economic dy...  | Read.. 
Killing flu with a single shot
Few people in India vaccinate themselves against influenza, but it is an annual ritual in many countries. In the US, many citizens get themselves flu ...  | Read.. 
Power plant
A herb that widely grows in the Sunderbans in West Bengal may help cut the risk of liver cancer. ...  | Read.. 
Making science sexier
Blazing speeds on the move
I had expected to get flooded with questions following my tip last week that you should forget about data cards and USB modems if you have a BlackBerry and a laptop and want to get on to the Internet. I had also promised you speeds close to that on a ...  | Read.. 
The truth about coffee
Pregnant women should not drink coffee,” declared the newspaper article. Coffee consumption was always considered undesirable for children and pr ...  | Read..