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  1. Soo i dont want to put out 600euro for a iPhone I found this one... Sure it aint got WLAN and that.. But... I dont really need that. I just want a phone in nice design which i can send msgs and call with.. + listen to music in while travelling.. maybe even watch a movie. http://cgi.ebay.de/8GB-i68-CECT-Handy-DualSim-UnlockedTOUCHSCREEN-CECT-i9_W0QQitemZ390068777398QQcmdZViewItemQQptZDE_Handys_ohne_Vertrag_KM?hash=item5ad1e931b6&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14 The first info is in German.. but then it is also English Anyone know anything about this brand?
  2. Stem cell eye surgery to be tried The procedure will transplant cells onto the cornea A new surgical treatment offering hope to patients with corneal blindness is to be trialled in Scotland. Doctors in Edinburgh and Glasgow will work together using an innovative technique involving adult stem cells. About 20 patients will take part in the initial tests, using cells cultivated before bei
  3. Only known to guards and other relevant officials! When detaining a prisoner please ensure they are searched thoroughly and all weapons, armour, reagents, rune and other magical booksare removed from there person [nb IC only]. although search for any sharp implements and items such as lockpicks. The prisoner should then be given an orange custodial robe to wear. Prisoners should be checked up on and fed as soon as they are awake ? never leave them on their own for a long time unless requested by them! Visiting hours are normally between 8pm and 10pm each night [uK time] but exceptions
  4. Source - BBC NEWS | Health | Clone cell cancer 'cure' hailed Clone cell cancer 'cure' hailed Melanoma can be fatal Scientists claim they have cured advanced skin cancer for the first time using the patient's own cells cloned outside the body. The 52-year-old man involved was free of melanoma two years after treatment. US researchers, reports the New England Journal of Medicine, took cancer-fighting immune cells, made five billion copies, then put
  5. Hello I wasn’t sure were to actually post this I was just looking for your opinion on something that happened to me over the weekend. I was doing some shopping at a local food store the store was packed being the weekend and I was waiting my turn to be checked out. When I noticed some girls about 15 or 16 years old and 2 boys about the same age with them waiting at one of the benches taking pictures with there cell phones and giggling and what not. I then noticed that what they had been taking pictures of and became upset there was a girl and her mother in the lane next to mine paying for
  6. 'World of Warcraft' Might Come To Cell Phones (Kind Of), And Other Revelations From Blizzard Entertainment Source: LAS VEGAS — Late last week, employees of the Red Rock Casino Resort Spa were taking down the signs and stands from the three-day DICE video game summit. They were packing up the framed art from the Into the Pixel exhibition. They were dismantling the show. But sitting in one of the hallways amid this activity, Frank Pearce, co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment, was revealing hopes and plans for things his company might build. One of those plans would, in a manner of speaking,
  7. Rumor: Blizzard working on a cell application for World of Warcraft? Source Now that would be cool. It's just a rumour, but Pocket Gamer is reporting that Blizzard Entertainment may be working on a cellphone application for World of Warcraft players. They received this information from word on the ground at the Mobile Games Forum event this week, where several people seemed to think this was the real deal. Directly from Vivendi Games Mobile boss Paul Maglione also comes the quote "Mobile aspects will become part of all MMOs." The article runs down a few possibilities of what could be invo
  8. Had a feeling it'd happen sooner or later. US House backs stem cell research Opponents refuse to condone the destruction of any embryo The US House of Representatives has passed a bill backing embryonic stem cell research, marking a major challenge to President George W Bush. The stem cell bill was among the top priorities for the Democrats, who took control of Congress last week, but Mr Bush has vowed to veto it.
  9. Wow nice.. Cell transplants 'restore sight' The cells connected up with other parts of the retina Cell transplants have successfully restored vision to mice which had lost their sight, leading to hopes people could benefit in the same way. UK scientists treated animals which had eye damage similar to that seen in many human eye diseases. They were able to help them see again by transplanting immature retinal stem c
  10. Good story Cell Division Reversed in Possible Path to Cancer Treatment By Robert Roy Britt LiveScience Managing Editor posted: 15 April 2006 09:57 am ET One key to advanced life is cell division. Cells divide millions of times every day to sustain the life and growth of a single human. But out-of-control cell division can fuel cancer. Now scientists have for the first time reversed the process of cell division, a breakthrough that could eventually lead to treatments for cancer and other disorders. They gained control over a protein responsible for division, then halted and reversed
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