- Tribe of Hungarian Origin Discovered in Africa
Anthropologists of the Geneva-based Africa Research Institute (ARI) discovered an unknown tribe in the Mid-African Democratic Republic of Congo. The tribe presumably originates from the Magyarabs living at the border of Egypt and Sudan since the 16th century.
Company: Africa Research Institute (ARI)
(Filed: Tue May 01 2007)
- Researchers Still Searching for Cure to Hearing Loss
Researchers at Stanford University recently announced an extensive study targeted at finding a cure for deafness and hearing loss. But, the search may take decades. In the meantime, the number of those suffering from hearing loss is expected to nearly double over the next 40 years— from 31 million Americans today to nearly 50 million by 2050.
Company: Howard, Merrell & Partners
(Filed: Wed Mar 28 2007)
- New Heat Engine Model Hints at Substantial Gains in Efficiency
New heat engine theory exceeds all existing thermodynamic models in predicting observed efficiency. It also predicts substantial gains in internal combustion efficiency are possible with minor modifications to existing engine designs.
Company: FSNC, LLC
(Filed: Tue Mar 06 2007)
- “BioAsia 2007 Thailand” expects to attract over 15,000 visitors worldwide
Over 5,000 visitors and another 2,000 biotech experts and seminar attendees are expected to participate at “BioAsia 2007 Thailand” which goes into full swing with the recent signing ceremony to co-host Thailand’s first international biotechnology conference and exhibition event which will be held from November 7-9, 2007 at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC), Bangkok.
Company: Penner-Madison & Company Limited
(Filed: Fri Dec 22 2006)