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Scientists Use Skin Cells to Create Artificial Sperm and Eggs

British scientists from Cambridge have succeeded in using skin cells to create primitive forms of artificial sperm and eggs.<p>The feat could transform …

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5 Ways Einstein Was a Regular Guy

A new, free digital archive of his personal papers reveals what we all share with the 20th century's greatest mind.<p>Life isn't always easy, even when you're a genius. But what else do you have in common with Albert Einstein?<p>A free archive of the famed physicist's writings released on Friday might …

US boys freed after being 'buried alive' in snow for seven hours

Nine and 11-year-old cousins said they could hear their worries families when they were trapped in an air pocket<p>Two American boys have been rescued after being trapped in a snow pile for about seven hours after a plow buried them.<p>Police said an air pocket had saved their lives.<p>The two cousins, …

President Kennedy leaves the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth, the day he was assassinated, 1963 http://t.co/NX8acMD9ub

October 11, 1884 - Eleanor Roosevelt the longest-serving First Lady of the United States(1933-1945) is born in NYC http://t.co/uMxlS60DWg

Do you know? http://t.co/R1bXKIbTRz

Gallery Art New York

Sophie Anderson 1823-1903

Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney at the race track, 1939. http://t.co/p3LAxfNuRY

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall - http://t.co/UPdJeIuEJh

Heddy Lamar and Clark Gable - http://t.co/bsaNpF7MZ3

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Albert Einstein, 1953 by Ruth Orkin

Lack Of Sleep Kills Brain Cells, New Study Shows

If you’re burning the midnight oil, you may be burning out brain cells, too, new research shows. A study published this week in the Journal of Neuroscience found that staying awake too long destroys brain cells in mice, and may do the same in humans.<p>It’s the first study to show (if only in animals) …