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The Philippines has a higher concentration of unique mammals than Madagascar

Madagascar, the large island nation in Africa, has long been known to have the largest concentration of unique mammals in the world. But a recently released study published by scientists

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Can science reverse the effects of menopause?

For some women, menopause sets in early. They begin to be infertile even before they reach their 50’s. According to doctors, the optimum time for a woman to have babies

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Britain’s biggest brain bank houses 1,650 brain specimens

Would you consider donating your brain to science? In the United Kingdom, a lot of people are willing to donate their brains for future research. In fact, the brain bank

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Drinking too much softdrinks may lead to a lower sperm count

The IFLScience website reports that there may be a connection between erectile dysfunction and drinking too much soda. Other studies, meanwhile, point to a connection between soda addiction and a

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DOST and PNR launch Filipino-made hybrid electric trains

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the Philippine National Railways (PNR) unveiled the first Filipino designed, developed, and made hybrid electric train on June 25, 2016. The event was

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Unpacked: Samsung to unveil its highly anticipated Galaxy Note 7 on August 2

On August 2nd, Samsung Electronics will unveil the Galaxy Note7. With added functionality of the S Pen and large screen, the Galaxy Note7 is a powerful instrument for achievement and

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The Earth now has a second moon

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the US agency tasked with its space program and aeronautics, recently confirmed the existence of a second, mini-moon orbiting around the Earth. The

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Watching horror movies can literally be blood-curdling

Recently, news of a man in India who died while watching the movie The Conjuring 2 was widely shared on social media. During the film’s climax, it was reported that

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Pee in the shower, save the world

If you want to contribute to environmental conservation efforts but can’t be bothered to plant trees or pick up trash left at the beach, here’s something you can do that

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Filipino scientists included in the first Asian Scientist 100 list

Five Filipinos have made it on the first “Asian Scientist 100” list released by The Asian Scientist magazine. The list includes innovators, scientists, and leaders who are recognized in their