Archive: 05/10/2006

Study: Young adults happier than children

A Canadian psychologist says although young adults are faced with a diversity of life choices, they seem to come to terms with themselves early in life.

May 10, 2006
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U.S., British hackers face the music

Only two days after U.S. federal authorities sentenced a 21-year-old to five years in prison for hacking computers, the British government ruled that one of its citizens should be extradited to the United States for hacking ...

May 10, 2006
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Pursuing the Invisible with Einstein's Lens

"I could not go abroad in snow, it would settle on me and expose me. Rain, too, would make me a watery outline, a glistening surface of a man -- a bubble."
- from "The Invisible Man" by H.G. Wells

May 10, 2006
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Bird Flu Drama - Can It Happen?

The TV movie "Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America " raised questions about the U.S. ability to handle a pandemic. C. Ed Hsu , an expert in public health emergency preparedness for disease and bioterrorism and assistant professor ...

May 10, 2006
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World's tiniest test tubes get teensiest corks

Now all they need is a really, really small corkscrew. Like Lilliputian chemists, scientists have found a way to “cork” infinitesimally small nano test tubes. The goal is a better way to deliver drugs, ...

May 10, 2006
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Ericsson strong on broadband, mobiles

Strong demand for broadband worldwide and for mobile phones in developing countries is keeping the telecom industry strong, the head of Ericsson said.

May 10, 2006
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