Korean researchers claim successful transplant of pig’s cornea in a monkey

Our next story could bring hope… to millions of people around the world who are suffering from blindness. Korean researchers say… they have successully transplanted the cornea of a pig, onto the eye of a monkey,… which has recovered and maintained its eyesight for more than seven months. Our Yu Joonhee tells us more. A […]

Why is talk important for pupils’ learning? | Talk Education Partnership

Mostly what I understand of the importance of talking at school, like for us for the children it helps us to bring out our views, the challenges we face at school, and as we talk we talk to our teachers and they also they feel pain when we tell them and they also help us […]

Korean researchers developed a contact lense that can treat Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disease linked to loss of vision. Eye-drops and surgical techniques have long been the main treatments used to slow its progress. Recently however, Korean researchers have found a more efficient solution. Kim Mok-yeon reports. The National Research Foundation of Korea announced that local researchers have developed a contact lens that can […]

Casting Curses and Love Spells with the Most Powerful Witches in Romania

I have always been fascinated by witches women whose reputable power was so feared 100s of thousands were killed in the great European witch hunt But in Romania, the homeland of Dracula and superstition, witchcraft has not only survived. It’s very much alive and well So I’m heading there to learn about witches and how […]

Psychosis or Spiritual Awakening: Phil Borges at TEDxUMKC

Translator: Mika Fukasawa Reviewer: Maria K. Good evening. One of the things I love about visiting indigenous cultures is it lets me step back in time and see how we all lived centuries ago. In doing that, I’ve noticed so many things, things that we’ve gained and things that we’ve lost. One of the things […]

How a 13 year old changed ‘Impossible’ to ‘I’m Possible’ | Sparsh Shah | TEDxGateway

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Theresa Ranft Pneumonoultramicroscopic- silicovolcanokoniosis. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia. Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism. Floccinaucinihilipilification. Antidisestablishmentarianism. Honorificabilitudinitatibus. Electroencephalographically. Antitransubstantiationalist. Disproportionableness. Incomprehensibilities. So, what you just heard were some of the eleven longest words in the English dictionary. Such complex words, right? Well, just as these words are complex, so has my own life been. And although seemingly difficult […]

Why the Deadly Asbestos Industry is Still Alive and Well

The asbestos industry is able to thrive in Russia because very little attention is given to human rights or civil rights. Putin really basically runs the show one might ask what is the future of asbestos production in use as long as There’s profit to be made and officials to be bribed, this will continue […]

Korean researchers develop drug delivery system for diabetes medication

Korean researchers have developed a drug delivery system for diabetes medication,… building on Google’s glucose-sensing smart contact lens for measuring glucose levels. The method could also have significant implications for drug delivery systems and treatments for other diseases. Lee Ji-won has more. The prevalence of diabetes is increasing worldwide, with the number of people with […]

Sugar is Not a Treat | Jody Stanislaw | TEDxSunValley

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Take a few moments to think about your most vital organs in your body, those organs that you cannot live without. Okay, got them? Excellent. You probably thought about your heart. I bet “brain” popped into your mind. Lungs. But did any of you think, “My pancreas, […]