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E. coli cases would be cut by cow jabs, scientists say

<b>The number of human cases of a dangerous strain of E. coli could be cut by 85% if cattle were vaccinated, say Scottish scientists.</b><p>There are often more than 1,000 cases of E. coli O157 across the UK each year.<p>The infection can cause severe kidney damage and in some instances can be deadly.<p>The …

Animals 'not the source of drug-resistant salmonella'

<b>Livestock may have been wrongly blamed as being the source of a type of drug-resistant salmonella, a study shows.</b><p>UK researchers examined the DNA from 373 humans and animals infected with a specific type of salmonella collected by a Scottish lab over 22 years.<p>Writing in Science, they say the genetic …

Sepsis lives can be saved, says ombudsman

<b>More must be done to save the lives of patients with sepsis, says a report from the Health Service Ombudsman.</b><p>It found significant failings in treatment of the condition, which is caused when the body's immune system overreacts to infection.<p>It focused on 10 patients who were not treated urgently …

God not a Lib Dem, says minister

<b>God is "a liberal" but "not a Liberal Democrat", Pensions Minister Steve Webb has said.</b><p>The Lib Dem MP told The House Magazine his party was not "secular" or "hostile" to religion but did not "give faith an unduly privileged position".<p>Party leader Nick Clegg said in 2007 that he did not believe in …

Stem cells: Living adult tissue transformed back into embryo state

<b>The living tissue inside an animal has been regressed back into an embryonic state for the first time, Spanish researchers say.</b><p>They believe it could lead to new ways of repairing the body, for example after a heart attack.<p>However, the study published in the journal Nature, showed the technique led …

Vaccine 'clears HIV-like virus' in monkeys

<b>A vaccine for the monkey equivalent of HIV appears to eradicate the virus, a study suggests.</b><p>Research published in the journal Nature has shown that vaccinated monkeys can clear Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) infection from their bodies.<p>It was effective in nine of the 16 monkeys that were …

#100Women: Join the conversation

<b>Women around the world have achieved extraordinary things during the past century. But despite major steps forward in securing political, cultural and social rights, women everywhere face steep challenges compared to their male counterparts.</b><p>Some women struggle to access education or healthcare, …

شاخص جهانی شادی: ایرانیان، تاجیک‌ها و افغان‌ها شاد نیستند

<b>"گزارش جهانی شادی" ملت‌ها در سال ٢٠١٣ همراه با فهرستی از رضامندی ملت‌های مختلف جهان از شرایط آنان منتشر شده است.</b><p>این دومین گزارش در مورد احساس شادی شهروندان در یکصد و پنجاه و شش کشور جهان است که به سفارش "شبکه راه حل‌های توسعه پایدار سازمان ملل" و با حمایت بان کی مون، دبیرکل سازمان، و توسط پژوهشگران …

Apple iPhone 5S and 5C handsets unveiled in California

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/technology/1009000/1009553_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524621305_42916794550c104ccf3990fa058a0a70<p><b>Apple has unveiled two new handsets: the top-end iPhone 5S and a cheaper iPhone 5C at an event in California.</b><p>The 5S introduces a fingerprint …

Muslim Fired by Abercrombie for Head Scarf Says Policy 'Very Unfair'

The Muslim teen worker who scored a legal victory in an anti-discrimination suit against Abercrombie & Fitch, which cited its dress code in insisting …

Are we close to making human ‘mind control’ a reality?

<b>With one tap on his space bar, Andrea Stocco fires the cannon on his computer game and blows a rocket out of the sky.</b><p>The game itself is unremarkable - in fact it looks like a relic of the 1980s.<p>What is remarkable is the way it is being played because the University of Washington researcher can't …

Teen exorcists: Women who expel demons on stage

<b>Brynne Larson and Tess and Savannah Scherkenback are all-American girls from Arizona, who enjoy martial arts and horse riding. But something sets them apart from most teenagers - they perform public exorcisms and often appear on TV chat shows.</b><p>Eighteen-year-old Brynne met sisters Tess and Savannah …

‘Sixth sense’ exists in brain, scientist says

Telepathy? Psychokinesis? Mind-reading? Nope.<p>The brain does have a “sixth sense” beyond taste, smell, touch, sight and hearing, researchers say, but it’s nothing worthy of the X-Men.<p>According to Utrech University’s Benjamin Harvey, a sixth part of the human brain works topographically, as do the …

Israeli archaeologist uncovers ancient treasure trove

An Israeli archaeologist says she has uncovered a rare trove of ancient gold coins and medallions near Jerusalem's Temple Mount.<p>Eilat Mazar of Jerusalem's Hebrew University says among the finds are jewelry and a gold medallion with the Jewish menorah symbol etched into it. Other findings include …

The weird world of the incredibly small – in pictures

This month's collection of postcards from the nanoworld includes bleached hair, a component from a quantum computer, a fleck of Victorian paint and one of the creatures that helped build the White Cliffs of Dover

G20 'divided' on Syria as Power criticises Russia

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1008000/1008267_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524731154_8b995643f5c6cc9e3e3bba09dcdfec66<p><b>World leaders meeting for the final day of the G20 summit in Russia remain divided over military action in Syria.</b><p>Italian PM Enrico Letta said the …

The Shared Lives of Unusually Close Twins

Most of us, at one time or another, imagine what it would be like if there were another person just like us. Twins already know what this is like. …

A Short History of the Apple

<i>Photograph by Flickr user Jeen Na.</i><p>In September, thoughts turn to different seasonal foods. As the tomato prices start to climb and the garden peters …

15 Polls Hijacked by the Internet

To find a name for their new $288 million polar research ship, the UK's Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) recently launched an online poll. …

The smooth motion of rotating circles can be used to build up any repeating curve even one as angular as a digital square wave

The <b>smooth motion of rotating circles</b> can be used to build up <b>any repeating curve</b> even one as angular as a <b>digital square wave</b>. Each circle spins at a multiple of a <b>fundamental frequency</b>, and a method called <b>Fourier analysis</b> shows how to pick the radiuses of the circles to make the picture work. <b>Decomposing signals</b> like this lies at the heart of a lot of <b>signal processing</b>. [more] [code]

Hands-On Samsung's New 'Galaxy Gear' Smartwatch

Samsung took the wraps off its Galaxy Gear smartwatch ahead of the IFA trade show in Berlin today, along with a new Galaxy 3 smartphone and a new Galaxy 10.1 tablet.<p>The phone and tablet have some interesting new features, but the buzz is all about the new watch. The day before the announcement …

Audi Sport Quattro Concept First Look

Round Two: Inline-Five Gives Way to a 700-HP V-8 Plug-In Hybrid<p>This is Audi‘s second go at a successor to the original Sport Quattro, and this time around there are big changes under the hood. Debuting at the 2013 Frankfurt auto show is the Audi Sport Quattro Concept, highlighted by a powertrain …

15 Natural Ways To Clean With Lemons!

Lemons are obviously a delicious treat and easy ingredient to so many wonderful recipes. But it’s also a fierce and fast natural cleaning solution. …

Man pays $1,000 to bash BA on Twitter, wins back lost bags

It's not unusual for disgruntled customers to take to Twitter to air their grievances, and that's especially true in the airline industry. But one Chicago businessman appears to have added an unusual new twist to a social media gripe about lost luggage.<p>Hasan Syed was frustrated with how British …