Test Tube Baby Brings Nobel Prize in Medicine

in medicine, biology

The Nobel Prize for Mediciine for 2010 has been awarded to the scientist who invented invitro fertilization (IVF).

Book Your Next Christmas Vacation to Moon? Buy One Flight, Get One Free ...!

in technology

The US Government now wants NASA to set its goal higher than the moon. The skies above our atmosphere are going private. May be it becomes a reality soon to spend a Christmas with family on the moon!

Talk About Death to the Dying?

in medicine, education

It is obvious to all that anything that is born will die. But yet we are fearful of death. Sometimes death becomes inevitable due cancer or aging and we shy away from talking about it.

Bevacizumab (Avastin) gets another life-extension

in medicine

FDA postponed its decision on whether to withdraw Avastin (Bevacizumab) approval for breast cancer treatment to December 17.

Should America Go For High-Speed Rail Road?

in technology

Trains are more energy efficient than cars. But we hesitate to use trains for commuting. I remember the days I sat in my car in heavy traffic between Milwaukee and Chicago.

Geometric Atlas Towards Preventing Internet Collapse

in technology

Can a map would lead to a more robust Internet routing architecture because it simplifies path-finding throughout the network?