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**** Y E A R - I N - R E V I E W - 2014 !!!! *****

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►Alzheimer's Detection: on.wsj.com/U4bEL0
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**** Y E A R - I N - R E V I E W - 2014 !!!! *****

------------Breakthroughs in Science------------

►Select Stories here: http://bit.ly/1A3JNer
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►Bacteria Feeding on Electricity: http://bit.ly/1mW1IPy
►Alzheimers Detection: http://on.wsj.com/U4bEL0
►Rosetta & The Comet Landing: http://bbc.in/1xrVPxn
►CRISPR cures Disease: http://bit.ly/1vlP6AJ

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UPCOMING ROCKET LAUNCH IN RUSSIA **********************************

A Soyuz 2-1B rocket was rolled to the launch pad at Site 31/6 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome in preparation for the final launch of the Soyuz workhorse in 2014 which will be the 22nd launch of the Soyuz rocket family this year - remaining the most flown launch vehicle across the globe followed by the Chinese Long March family, and the Atlas V and Proton launchers.

Liftoff of the Soyuz is planned at 18:55 UTC on Friday, December 26 to mark the start of a ten-minute ascent mission to deliver the Resurs-P #2 Earth observation satellite into a Low Earth Orbit. Follow the launch live on Internet: www.tsenki.com/en/broadcast/

The Resurs-P satellites are part of Russia's civilian Earth observation and remote sensing program, operated in strict separation from the military optical reconnaissance programs, although Resurs and its predecessors are based on their military companions. Dating back to 1979, the Resurs program started out with a series of film-return satellites using the Zenit film-return architecture. The first electro-optical Resurs satellite flew in 1983 and over the 1990s, the transition from the film-return to the digital imaging satellites was completed.

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A Soyuz 2-1B rocket was rolled to the launch pad at Site 31/6 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome in preparation for the final launch of the Soyuz workhorse in 2014 which will be the 22nd launch of the Soyuz r...

UPCOMING ROCKET LAUNCH IN RUSSIA **********************************

A Soyuz 2-1B rocket was rolled to the launch pad at Site 31/6 of the Baikonur Cosmodrome in preparation for the final launch of the Soyuz workhorse in 2014 which will be the 22nd launch of the Soyuz rocket family this year - remaining the most flown launch vehicle across the globe followed by the Chinese Long March family, and the Atlas V and Proton launchers.

Liftoff of the Soyuz is planned at 18:55 UTC on Friday, December 26 to mark the start of a ten-minute ascent mission to deliver the Resurs-P #2 Earth observation satellite into a Low Earth Orbit. Follow the launch live on Internet: http://www.tsenki.com/en/broadcast/

The Resurs-P satellites are part of Russias civilian Earth observation and remote sensing program, operated in strict separation from the military optical reconnaissance programs, although Resurs and its predecessors are based on their military companions. Dating back to 1979, the Resurs program started out with a series of film-return satellites using the Zenit film-return architecture. The first electro-optical Resurs satellite flew in 1983 and over the 1990s, the transition from the film-return to the digital imaging satellites was completed. 

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HUMAN CLONING | Within 50 years

Human cloning could happen within the next 50 years : claims Nobel Prize-winning scientist Sir John Gurdon, the British developmental biologist whose research cloning frogs in the 1950s and 60s led to the creation of the sheep named Dolly in 1996,

He believes that human cloning could happen within the next 50 years.Gurdon, who won this year's Nobel Prize for Physiology/ Medicine, said that while any attempts to clone a human would likely raise complex ethical issues, he believes that in the near future people would overcome their concerns if cloning is considered medically useful.

The 79-year-old scientist explained that people were extremely suspicious of in-vitro fertilization when it was first developed, but after the Louise Brown, the first 'test tube baby', in 1978, the technique was widely accepted and is used now by infertile couples worldwide.He further added that cloning methods would first need to be refined before they can be applied to humans because the vast majority of clones today are deformed.

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HUMAN CLONING | Within 50 years

Human cloning could happen within the next 50 years : claims Nobel Prize-winning scientist Sir John Gurdon, the British developmental biologist whose research cloning frogs in the 1950s and 60s led to the creation of the sheep named Dolly in 1996, 

He believes that human cloning could happen within the next 50 years.Gurdon, who won this years Nobel Prize for Physiology/ Medicine, said that while any attempts to clone a human would likely raise complex ethical issues, he believes that in the near future people would overcome their concerns if cloning is considered medically useful.

The 79-year-old scientist explained that people were extremely suspicious of in-vitro fertilization when it was first developed, but after the Louise Brown, the first test tube baby, in 1978, the technique was widely accepted and is used now by infertile couples worldwide.He further added that cloning methods would first need to be refined before they can be applied to humans because the vast majority of clones today are deformed.

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Patrick KeshThe next 50 years? When was that written, 40 years ago?

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