Archive: 07/11/2005

Plant gene for water efficiency found

ANU researchers have identified a gene that regulates the water efficiency of plants, the first to be discovered that mediates the process critical to plant survival, crop yield and vegetation dynamics. Dr Josette Masle, fro ...

Jul 11, 2005
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HP Claims Breakthrough in Ink-Based Printing Technology

New ink-based printing platform delivers record-breaking print speeds in the home and office, and will scale to high-volume printing markets HP today announced a breakthrough ink-based printing platform, th ...

Jul 11, 2005
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Hurricane didn't bother the space shuttle

The space shuttle Discovery, counting down toward a Wednesday launch, easily weathered the outer edge of Hurricane Dennis during the weekend.

Jul 11, 2005
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Astronauts try to reassure their families

Safety for Wednesday's space shuttle launch is especially important to the four parents among the first crew to go into space since the Columbia tragedy.

Jul 11, 2005
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Japanese scientists track bird flu strains

The Japanese government will destroy 8,500 chickens at a poultry farm in Bando, Ibaraki prefecture, after scientists found genes of the avian flu virus.

Jul 11, 2005
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Surveying The Future

A new low cost system that illustrates immediately a 3D model of a room has been developed by an Israeli company. The system facilitates the performing of highly accurate computerized measurements inside buildings. ...

Jul 11, 2005
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NASA's Deep Impact Tells a Tale of the Comet

Data from Deep Impact's instruments indicate an immense cloud of fine powdery material was released when the probe slammed into the nucleus of comet Tempel 1 at about 10 kilometers per second (6.3 miles per ...

Jul 11, 2005
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