37-year-old Gao Xujun of China's Shanxi Province has accomplished an amazing feat; despite being blind, he is able to provide exceptional computer repair service to his customers.
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An 11-year-old Hoboken, New Jersey girl whose home survived Sandy without losing power is helping other in the community recharge and get in contact with loved ones.
The FBI says they have arrested a man on terrorism charges for trying to blow up the New York Federal Reserve bank in Lower Manhattan's financial district. It was a joint operation with NYPD and they say the suspect was flagged after he made suspicious posts on the Internet. It turns out, however, that the FBI provided the Bangladeshi national who came to US earlier this year with the fake explosives he attempted to detonate. So why is it called a terrorist attack then? RT's Kristine Frazao explains.
A research group at the Tokyo University of Science, led by Associate Professor Shinichi Komaba, has confirmed that hard carbon obtained by pyrolyzing sucrose, the main constituent of sugar, is an effective anode material for sodium ion batteries.
Astronomers from the University of California, Berkeley and the Institut de Mécanique Céleste et de Calculs des Éphémérides (IMCCE) in France, recently captured the best view yet of the dog-bone-shaped asteroid Kleopatra. Using the Keck II telescope and a technology known as adaptive optics, which reduces the distortion of light by Earth's atmosphere, the researchers were able to resolve Kleopatra's two small moons—a rare find among asteroids that can provide clues to planet formation.