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MH370

Malaysia Flight 370 – One Year On

One year on from the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and with no trace still to be found of the plane, questions are being asked why modern technologies weren’t used to prevent the disappearance from happening. Before the plane vanished, it would have sounded impossible that a $270 million airliner that was carrying 239 people could completely vanish and … [Read More...]

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Cholesterol

New Report Says Cholesterol in Food ‘Not a Concern’

Interest has been mounting this year as the time for the Department of Health and Human Services, working with the Department of Agriculture in the US, come to issue their five year Dietary Guidelines for Americans.  The publication has wide-ranging implications around the country on what people eat, what food is included in children’s lunches […]

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Sony

Sony’s Smart Glasses Going on Sale Next Month

Sony have confirmed that their augmented reality smart glasses will be going on sale across ten different countries next month.  The pre-orders for the SmartEyeglass, costing $840 a pair, are already being taken in the UK and Germany, with the US and Japan to follow shortly after. The black framed glasses will be compatible with […]

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Sea levels

Northeast US Coast Sees Record Sea Levels

Tweet According to a new study, the sea levels along the north-east coast of the US rose by record levels between 2009 and 2010.  The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, included information that the sea levels to the north of New York City rose by 128mm in two years. This means that coastal […]

Sniper Killing

Guilty Verdict in American Sniper’s Murder Trial

Tweet Eddie Ray Routh has been found guilty by a Texas jail of the murder of US Navy Seal Chris Kyle, author of American Sniper, and his friend Chad Littlefield.  The judge handed down a sentence of life without parole after the prosecutors had not sought the death penalty. Defence lawyers for Routh said he […]

Peanuts

Peanut Allergies Cut by Early Exposure

Tweet A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that a baby who eats peanuts products have a dramatically lower risk of developing a peanut allergy later in life.  The trials were conducted on 628 babies who were categorised as prone to allergy and the risk was found to be cut by […]