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Is your cell phone destroying your relationship?

Research from Baylor's Hankamer School of Business suggests that young people's relationships are being radically altered by the cell phone obsession. But is it just young people?

By December 4, 2012

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Wii active video games don't count as exercise

A new study shows that kids who play Wii Sports or Dance Dance Revolution are as active as those who play Disney Sing-It Pop Hits or Super Mario Galaxy.

By February 27, 2012

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How Trekkies will soon be able to experience warp drive

Scientists at Baylor are claiming warp drive space flight is possible.

By August 16, 2008

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Online comic strip hopes to improve girls' health

Researchers study the effects of a comic strip-style computer program on the health of 400 young volunteers and their parents.

By June 22, 2010

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Proton promises us $1,000 genome mapping by year end

At CES, Life Technologies' Ion Torrent unveils a benchtop device that by year-end should decode a full human genome in one day for $1,000.

By January 10, 2012

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Can we diagnose and destroy cancer in one sitting?

Researchers announce the creation of a single nanoparticle, traceable in real time via MRI, which can tag cancer cells and kill them with heat within the very same procedure.

By December 15, 2009

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The human heart: One step closer to 'unbreakable'

A team of cardiac surgeons in Germany announces the successful implant of the world's smallest ventricular assist device.

By August 17, 2009

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A Lear that's meant for the water

Daughter of Learjet founder develops electric boat

By April 23, 2007

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When gamers die, their instructions can live on

Gamers are now making arrangements to notify other players in the event of their own death. And there are sites that will help them do it.

By March 15, 2009

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Detect and prevent today's sophisticated malware threats

Internet thieves are more organized and more technically savvy than ever before as they concoct insidious software designed to let them separate you from your valuables. Users and ISPs must work together to keep them at bay.

By March 20, 2012