A team of experts, led by Dutch researcher Dr. Mark Post, of Maastricht University, has calmed to launch the first laboratory made sausage most probably within next six months. The forecasted test tube burger is expected to replace real meat, and will play role to avoid animal slaughter.
University of Stirling, UK, is fighting the attempts of Philip Morris International (PMI) – the maker of Malboro cigarettes – in gaining access, under Freedom of Information (FoI) requests, to data pertaining to smoking habits of the young!
Tasmanian tigers, also known as thylacines, were mercilessly hunted to extinction to save sheep, but a new study revealed that the carnivore’s jaws were too weak to kill sheep.
Closer examination of the iconic thylacine's jaws showed that they were not able to tackle anything much larger than a possum.
While the scientists have already been aware of several genes that can be linked to obesity in a person, it is apparently for the first time that they have been able to identify a ‘skinny’ gene --- one that is possessed by thin people!
Many studies have been done and many more are still ongoing on to study if there are any after effects of getting silicone gel breast implanted, but no firm results are out yet.
Since many years, we have been hearing that laughter is the best medicine for a person’s heart; today even science has proved it.