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Graphene Termed as Thinnest and Strongest Material

Graphene has been termed as thinnest and strongest material

Graphene has been termed as thinnest and strongest material known so far. In a research paper published in journal AIP Advances, team of researcher from Boulder, Colorado has managed to create thin films of Graphene in a two-step process. Graphene could find application in creating cheaper solar cells, space suits, electric circuits and sensors.

Teen says that his musical talent is due to head injury

Teen says that his musical talent is due to head injury

Lachlan Connors, 17, from Denver, Colorado, said he was miserable when it came to music in his adolescent, and that he finally endured a couple of blackouts playing Lacrosse.

Now, the hard of hearing adolescent in the United States recuperated from a blackout and discovered that he could play thirteen musical instruments.

A pet dog ate a school project

A pet dog ate a school project

We have all heard of family dogs munching on dad's socks and the baseball t-shirt but this family pooch in the US needed emergency surgery in the wake of consuming a young girl's school project.

No flu shot for many children yet

No flu shot for many children yet

In 2012, flu claimed lives of five children in Colorado, and sent 1,530 others to the healing center. Furthermore, in general, less than 50 percent of the state's occupants were vaccinated against the different influenza strains on the lists of normal winter guests.

Brain Uses Computer-Like Mechanism to Understand Unfamiliar Situations

Brain Uses Computer-Like Mechanism to Understand Unfamiliar Situations

The scientists have always been fascinated by working of human brain. One of the major questions that concern scientists is that whether our brain works as a classical computer or not.

The researchers of the University of Colorado seem to have an answer to this complicated question.

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