Archive: 12/10/2005

Research shows what drives voters to the polls

Through several field experiments, researchers have found that the effectiveness of voter mobilization efforts depends on quality and their personal touch among minority groups. Research demonstrates that personal telephone ...

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Globecom set for St. Louis

More than 1,500 telecommunications researchers from across the United States are expected in St. Louis next month for Globecom 2005.

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Study: New Guinea art older than thought

When San Francisco's de Young Museum reopens Saturday, it will debut the world's largest collection of New Guinea art -- some pieces 100 generations old.

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Report: DDoS attacks big Net threat

A new report warns that Internet service providers are facing an unrelenting barrage of distributed denial of service attacks aimed at crashing the network.

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Scientists look at global sea level rise

Scientists from nine nations are involved in the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program's Tahiti Sea Level Expedition, investigating global sea level increases.

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