Archive: 13/01/2006

NASA's Soyuz Deal Will Not Scrap Shuttle

NASA's announcement last week that it will pay Roskosmos $43.8 million to transport one astronaut to and another one from the International Space Station this year represents the agency's acknowledgment that it has no immediate ...

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Women still tanning despite dangers

U.S. dermatologists say 30 million people aren't getting the message that tanning beds are dangerous to their health.

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Euro political blogs lagging behind U.S.

Blogging in America has been transformed into a political watchdog post shaking up today's political and journalistic worlds; however, the same effect hasn't made a significant stir in European affairs.

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Long-term memory controls discovered

Harvard biologists say research on the long-term memory in fruit flies may lead to new therapeutics to treat human memory loss.

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