• Doctors save boy with DNA sequencing

    Doctors save boy with DNA sequencing

    Nicholas Volker, a six year old boy suffering from a dangerously inflamation of the intestine was saved by using the DNA Sequencing. The boy was dying because of this problem, although the doctors removed his colon. The cause of his problem was unknown, so the doctors from the Medical College of Wisconsin tooked a desperate decision: they used DNA sequencing to save Nicholas.

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Doctors save boy with DNA sequencing

Nicholas Volker, a six year old boy suffering from a dangerously inflamation of the intestine was saved by using the DNA Sequencing. Advertisements

Is it, really?

The year 2011 will mark the beginning of a new expedition to Mars. NASA launched in November 2010 the robot Curiosit. The Mars Rover will colect data from Mars to see if there can be life on this planet. The experts calculated that the robot will land on Mars in august 2012.

Ireland rescue mission: betting on the ded horse

I got out from the Dublin Airport. Next is a half of rain drops and fine like powder. After, there is the bus, just in time to take me to Limerick. The distance, 206 km, is traveled with the bus in 4 hours. Dublin it’s the capital of Ireland. It’s very trepidating, especialy when the … Continue reading

FOTO / Places where you shouldn’t go for New Years Eve

There ar forgeten cities on Earth. Once upon a time some vibrante places, now they are just an ugly shadow. The trees and the weeds are growing trough the deserted buildings. For who’s not decided where to party for New Years Eve, these are the five places where you shouldn’t ever make a vacation.

Die Hard V: The Boxing Day

All the shopaholics from across the United Kingdom gathered in the morning at the retailers gates. The Boxing Day was a succes and the shoppers spent over £2,5 billion only on 26 of December. It didn’t matter that it was snowing and the streets were covered with thin ice or the fact that the London … Continue reading

VIDEO / Out of breath, live at CNN

Working for CNN can be breathtaking. Martin Savidge wants to present the CNN Top Stories, but maybe the alivator didn’t worked at CNN in that day and he had to climb the stairs, so, he remains out of breath when he wants to tell about the weather conditions in USA.

Ireland’s economy, from the Cliffs of Moher

Ireland. 214 meters above the Atlantic Ocean. It’s cold. In fact, it’s damn freezing! The dark sky and the blue Ocean make for a breathtaking view. The grass is so green that you even feel the urge to pasture but the rain drops begin to make their presence felt. Far away are the Aran Island … Continue reading

2010 IN PICTURES: From Burj Kalifa to Julian Assange

2010 is almost over. The Haiti and Chile earthquakes, the football World Cup, the launch of the Ipad tablet or the rescue of the 33 chilean miners were the most important events of the year. I present you a review of the year 2010: the most important events that marked 2010!