Archive: 05/12/2004

Employees Bring Bad Moods Home, But They Disappear By Morning

A good night’s sleep may be the remedy for a bad day at work, suggests a new University of Florida study on the unexplored relationship between job satisfaction and the shifting moods of employees. Employees who have ...

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Replicating an Eel's Nerve Circuitry May Aid Paralyzed People

In a collaboration that blends biology and robotics, researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland are unraveling the circuitry in an eel's spinal cord to help develop a microchip implant that may someday help ...

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Mars Rovers Reports Published

The most dramatic findings so far from NASA's twin Mars rovers - telltale evidence for a wet and possibly habitable environment in the arid planet's past - passed rigorous scientific scrutiny for publication in a major research ...

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Nanogen Funding Advances Nanotech Research

Nanogen, Inc., developer of advanced diagnostic products, announced today that it has agreed to provide $300,000 of funding over a two-year period to support the nanotechnology research of Michael Heller, Ph.D., professor ...

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Hello, Hello, Earth?

If ET ever phones home, chances are Earthlings wouldn't recognize the call as anything other than random noise or a star. New research shows that highly efficient electromagnetic transmissions from our neighbors in space ...

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