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A PhD In Chocolate? Cambridge Makes It A Reality

August 17, 2014
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AP (Mar. 17, 2014) — A chocolate vitamin? Scientists have developed a pill containing the nutrients in dark chocolate without the sugar and fat, and a big study is being launched to see if they can help prevent heart attacks and strokes. (March 17) Video provided by AP
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Chocolate Museum Opens in Brussels

Chocolate Museum Opens in Brussels

AFP (Sep. 19, 2014) — Considered a "national heritage" in Belgium, chocolate now has a new museum in Brussels. In a former chocolate factory, visitors to the permanent exhibition spaces, workshops and tastings can discover derivatives of the cocoa bean. Duration: 01:00 Video provided by AFP
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Red Wine Ingredient Could Increase Life Expectancy to 150 Years

Red Wine Ingredient Could Increase Life Expectancy to 150 Years

Buzz60 (Mar. 11, 2013) — Scientists think people could live up to 150 years old because of new drugs derived from an ingredient found in red wine. Reservatrol, an isolated compound found in red wine and dark chocolate, helps accelerate production of the body's natural healing enzymes. Scientists are hard at work trying to make this miracle pill a reality.
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Researchers Discover Bug That Uses Gears for Better Jumps

Researchers Discover Bug That Uses Gears for Better Jumps

Newsy (Sep. 13, 2013) — Cambridge researchers found one species of insect uses gears to control the speed of its leg joints when leaping.
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