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Service increased for our readers and visitors

Service increased for our readers and visitors

Service Increased – Now Online Shopping After nearly eight months in service to this blog, and over 30 thousand visits by satisfied reviews all over the world, I have a great pleasure to announce we have decided to set up a Online Shopping Marketplace service for further services to our loyal readers and visitors. We want […]

02/09/2012 | By | 23 Replies More
A single gene has a major impact on gaits in horses and in mice

A single gene has a major impact on gaits in horses and in mice

Horses – DNA test by range of gaits on Icelandic horses can quest to fix human spine injuries. Researchers have discovered a mutation in a single gene in horses that is critical for the ability to perform ambling gaits, for pacing and that has a major effect on performance in harness racing. The study, which […]

29/08/2012 | By | 6 Replies More
Thrihnukagigur gives a unique journey to the bowels of the earth

Thrihnukagigur gives a unique journey to the bowels of the earth

Thrihnukagigur – a rare chance to step back in time beneath the crust of the earth This summer, some travelers may choose to spend their days sunning on a beach, while others might take refuge inside museums and department stores in air-conditioned cities. But with an exclusive single-summer tour opening this June at Thrihnukagigur, a […]

20/07/2012 | By | Reply More
Angelica, the angel’s herb

Angelica, the angel’s herb

Angelica herb – A recent clinical study Angelica, the angel’s herb, has given a positive and critical conclusion, where the study was aimed to investigate the effect of SagaPro, a product derived from Angelica archangelica leaf on nocturia. The clinical study on an Icelandic natural product has shown it to be effective against “nocturia” in those […]

06/07/2012 | By | 3 Replies More
Midsummer night’s dream

Midsummer night’s dream

Midsummer – Go Peaceful or Go Party Midsummer is a main national holiday in Finland. Like in other Scandinavian countries, Midsummer are originally a celebration of the summer solstice, it is typically spent with friends and family at a summer cottage away from the city, either partying or relaxing. Midsummer is often seen as the beginning […]

24/06/2012 | By | Reply More
Faroe oil exploration with the area of Brugdan II starts

Faroe oil exploration with the area of Brugdan II starts

Faroe Islands has more than 40 licences ready for deepwaters drilling The Chinese oilrig drilling vessel, COSL Pioneer is now on its way to Faroe Islands from Norway, to start a drilling operation on the Faroese continental shelf where it is to drill the Brugdan II area. The rig will arrive to the Faroe area next […]

15/06/2012 | By More
The Nordic Council Music Prize 2012

The Nordic Council Music Prize 2012

Music – Icelandic Composer Gets Nordic Council Music Prize The Icelandic composer Anna Thorvaldsdóttir wins the Nordic Council Music Prize 2012 for her work Dreaming Classical musician Anna Thorvaldsdóttir will be the fifth Icelander to receive the Nordic Council Music Prize at a ceremony in Helsinki in November, as announced June 5. 2012, ruv.is reports. She earned the […]

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