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Below are selected scientific achievements from the public press all over the world:

Euronews reports on the development of wildlife 27 years after the nuclear catastrophe in Chernobyl.

August 28, 2013

A nuclear accident devastated the region near Chernobyl, Ukraine, on April 26, 1986 leaving behind a 2,600 km² exclusion zone where some 350,000 people were evacuated. This vast area, where time has stood still ever since, is springing back to life with wildlife. The evacuation of the human population has created a unique wildlife refuge which has seen an increase in biodiversity.

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X-ray attenuating hand cream shields interventionalists

August 15, 2013

A new bismuth-oxide-based hand cream recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) might free interventional radiologists to focus more on their patients and worry less about radiation exposure to their own hands.

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International research and practice conference NANOTECHNOLOGY and NANOMATERIALS

August 16, 2013

International research and practice conference "NANOTECHNOLOGY and NANOMATERIALS", August 29 -September 1, 2013, Bukovel, Ukraine. The conference is held under the FP7 Nanotwinning project

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UNECE - UN Economic Commission for Europe welcome

August 12, 2013

The main objective of the activities of the Economic Cooperation and Integration Division is to promote a policy, financial and regulatory environment conducive to economic growth, knowledge-based development and higher competitiveness of countries and businesses.

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Oxford University's technology transfer organization, ISIS Enterprise, working with Ukrainian scientists from the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics in Kyiv

August 28, 2013

Oxford University's technology transfer organization, ISIS Enterprise, working with Ukrainian scientists from the Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics in Kyiv, Ukraine joined forces to create Cardiomox Ltd., a UK company for early diagnosis of heart disease based on Magneto-Cardiography (MCG). Cardiomox's MCG System represents a first level diagnostic tool for the initial evaluation of patients at risk of cardiac disease or defects. The technology allows detection of serious cardiac disease such as ischemia, arrhythmias and defects that may not be detected by electro-cardiograms (ECG). Cardiomox offers visualisation of the electro-physiological state of the myocardium.

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Harvard University explores for potential research center in Kyiv

August 14, 2013

Harvard University is scouting opportunities to open a research center in Kyiv as an extension of its Ukrainian Research Institute, the prestigious educational institute’s website announced recently.

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How Did Estonia Become A Leader In Technology?

August 15, 2013

WHEN Estonia regained its independence in 1991, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, less than half its population had a telephone line and its only independent link to the outside world was a Finnish mobile phone concealed in the foreign minister's garden. Two decades later, it is a world leader in technology. Estonian geeks developed the code behind Skype, Hotmail and Kazaa (an early file-sharing network). In 2007 it became the first country to allow online voting in a general election. It has among the world’s zippiest broadband speeds and holds the record for start-ups per person. Its 1.3m citizens pay for parking spaces with their mobile phones and have their health records stored in the digital cloud. Filing an annual tax return online, as 95% of Estonians do, takes about five minutes. How did the smallest Baltic state develop such a strong tech culture?

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Alfredo Moser: Bottle light inventor proud to be poor

August 12, 2013

Alfredo Moser's invention is lighting up the world. In 2002, the Brazilian mechanic had a light-bulb moment and came up with a way of illuminating his house during the day without electricity - using nothing more than plastic bottles filled with water and a tiny bit of bleach.

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