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Submission + - SPAM: Watch The First Official Trailer For Park Chan-wook Film STOKER

funnyandspicy writes: "Fox Searchlight Pictures has released the first trailer for the thriller film Stoker. The project is directed by South Korean film director Park Chan-wook (Joint Security Area, Oldboy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance) and scripted by Wentworth Miller. It is produced by Ridley Scott, Tony Scott and Michael Costigan."
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Submission + - SPAM: Brad Pitt In The First Trailer For Andrew Dominik Crime Film Killing Them Softly

funnyandspicy writes: "The Weinstein Company has premiered the first trailer for the crime film Killing Them Softly. The project is directed and scripted by Andrew Dominik (Chopper, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford).
The movie is produced by Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Steve Schwartz and Paula Mae Schwartz."

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Submission + - MIT Researchers Developed Needle-Less Injection Device [Video] (

funnyandspicy writes: "The MIT researchers have developed a needle-less injection device that injects drugs through the skin at the speed of sound and without needles. The scientists’ team lead by Professor Ian Hunter in the MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering has developed this jet injection system which delivers the drugs at different depths and works on the mechanism similar like “Lorentz-force actuator.”"

Submission + - Jack Andraka Invented Sensor To Detect Pancreatic Cancer (

funnyandspicy writes: "Jack Andraka, a 15 year old scientist has invented a dipstick sensor that can detect pancreatic cancer, which is 28 times faster and 28 times cheaper than the current test. The cancer detection tool that tests blood or urine developed by this High school freshman Jack Andraka from Crownsville, Maryland is more than 90 percent accurate and 100 times more sensitive."

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