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People in Germany keep dying after allegedly eating vegetables with E. coli bacteria on their surface. What is Escherichia coli, why does it kill, and what should we do with it?


Public opinion polls reveal how Russians feel among other people of the world, and where is Russias position in the world, compared to other countries.


Bombarding a tumor with a neutron beam is a promising technique of radiation therapy. However, this kind of therapy is not widely used, because it needs large-scale neutron accelerators, requiring separate buildings.


After the International space station stops its activities, Russian researchers suggest using it as a basis for a high-latitude orbital space station.


Participants of a famous simulation of manned mission to Mars, called Mars-500, are now at most interesting stage of the project VIRTU technology guides six volunteers, isolated from any external influence possible, through a process of a future landing on the Red planet.


Former top manager of MannKind, an American biotechnological company, sues his employers for falsifying results of clinical trials of their anti-diabetes drug in Russia. Diabetes is a group of metabolic problems, due to which human body doesn't produce enough insulin to control blood sugar (Type I), or organism's cells do not adequately react to insulin produced (Type II).


Russian scientists claim that artificial reefs are extremely popular with marine inhabitants. Researchers from the Institute of Marine Biology (Far East branch of Russian academy of sciences) say that if Russian coastal shallow waters were filled with such reefs, catches of various commercial species of fish, invertebrates and algae will grow significantly.


It has been 30 days already, since participants of the Mars-500 project were locked in special flight-imitating facilities. There are only 490 days of Martian mission simulation left.


Today various nano-substances, created for medical purposes, attract attention of many medics, biologists and physicists. Studies of magnetically controlled precise drug delivery by means of magnetic nanoparticles are of specific interest to scientific and medical community.


When a standing person moves, any kind of motion changes body configuration, and centre of bodys mass shifts. In order to prevent a moving person from falling, a huge coordinated work of muscles, responsible for motion, and postural muscles, helping keep upright body position, is carried out. Russian scientists from the Institute of Information Processing (Russian Academy of Sciences) decided to find out how mentioned coordination was conducted


Darwin Museum of Moscow welcomes visitors new exhibition Disappearing World tells them about extinct and endangered animals.


Russian mathematicians and physicists calculated consequences of possible collisions of natural cosmic bodied with our planets atmosphere and surface, and worked out a collision classification


Russian researchers from the Institute of Metals Superplacticity Problems (Russian academy of sciences) developed a new technology for creating 3D and flat sheet materials with homogeneous nanostructure.


Russian scientists from the Institute of Nuclear Physics, located in the city of Novosibirsk, build a new facility, which will enhance LHCs performance 100 times.


Every night, when people fall asleep and dream, their brains switch off the ability to control their bodies, paralyzing every muscle, Russian somnologists say.


Solar wind removed a significant amount of water from Venuss atmosphere this is what data from automatic interplanetary station Venus-Express revealed to astronomers. The probe also shed light on characteristic patterns of winds in the atmosphere of the brightest planet on our night sky.


Does positive attitude, or absorption in work, as psychologists say, help avoiding professional exhaustion? Two points of view exist some researchers say that positive attitude never accompanies professional exhaustion, some think it does, unfortunately.


Scientists from Omsk State University perform interesting experiments - they grow dental calculus in vitro. The aim of the experiment is learning how saliva affects structure and chemical composition of dental calculus, and this knowledge can help linking properties of saliva and dental calculus with human health.


All-Russia Public Opinion Research Centre (VCIOM) published data on what inventions, made in the 20th century, Russian people considered to be most important, and what discoveries our fellow nationals were waiting for in the 21st century.


Over 125 million hectares in the world are currently under transgenic or genetically modified plants, and about one-fifth (21-23%) of these plants are resistant to pests. Recent research showed that plants, producing bacterial toxins, which kill pests, might have negative effect on our environment.


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