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Israeli scientists develop implanted organs that won’t be rejected - Breakthrough development uses a patient's own stomach cells, cutting the risk of an immune response to implanted organs.
New Research Suggests Optimism for HIV/AIDS - Experts believe we are close to effectively wiping out AIDS in eastern and southern Africa. If trends in the use of HIV/AIDS treatments hold, the rate of infection might fall to a key threshold which would, in theory, stop the disease’s spread.
Emily Scheck, a 19-years old college athlete in New York, was disowned by her family for being a lesbian. Her roommate Fund-raised $58,000 online, but NCAA warned Emily that she would be barred from running if she did not return the money, due to their rules. Today NCAA reversed the rule.
To cut down on emissions, UH students and volunteers plant 1,000 trees in a single day: Teams participated in Carbon Neutrality Challenge, joint project of UH Manoa and other organizations, which aims to test feasibility of restoring local ecosystems to while reducing state’s carbon emissions.
Thousands gather to block London bridges in climate rebellion - The move is part of a campaign of mass civil disobedience organised by a new group, Extinction Rebellion, which wants to force governments to treat the threats of climate breakdown and extinction as a crisis.