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Graphene sieve turns seawater into clean drinking water – and the technology can be...

Graphene has been used to turn seawater into clean drinking water.

Exclusive: Doctors Perform Heart Surgery On Baby Still Inside Womb To Remove Tumor

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is world-renowned for its fetal surgery in which an operation is performed on a baby still inside the womb.

Man sets out to ‘Send a Random Girl 2 Nursing School,’ the response is...

KANSAS CITY, Mo (KTVU, WDAF) - Sometimes all it takes is one person to come up with a thought and one simple act to set out to help a stranger.

What are the chances of your coming into being?

A little while ago I had the privilege of attending TEDx San Francisco, organized by the incomparable Christine Mason McCaull.  One of the talks was by Mel Robbins, a riotously funny self-help author and life coach with a syndicated radio show.  In it, she mentioned that scientists calculate the probability of your existing as you, today, at about one in 400 trillion (4×1014).

This Hungarian taps the potential of disabled people

March 16, 2017 Budapest, Hungary —Zoltán Kollár has a movement disorder that has made him unable to walk, talk, or eat unaided.

Hundreds of South Koreans take over stadium to cheer North Korea’s women ice hockey...

Hundreds of South Koreans have turned out to support the North Korean women’s ice hockey team, taking part in their first game of this year’s world championships. 

‘I lost the sight in my eye’ – country music star Kayleigh Cullinan on...

Speaking to the Sunday World, Kayleigh recalled the day she was confronted on the street by the group as well as a dozen other spectators and was attacked.

Badly Burned Kitten Renamed Hugh Jackman to Honor Wolverine-like Recovery

A kitten in New York appears to have a mutantlike healing ability, similar to that of Wolverine.

Ryerson hosts Social Good Hackathon | Toronto Star

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Meet the real-life pet detective who finds 24,000 lost animals a year

It’s 3.34pm on Tuesday 7 March, and time is running out to find Maow Maow.