Archive: 06/13/2005

Bristol researcher to find missing links

A unique opportunity to gain fresh insight into the evolution of living organisms by linking fossil records with results from genetic research has been awarded to Dr Philip Donoghue, a highly regarded geologist from the University ...

Jun 13, 2005
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Studying the Past, Pioneering the Future

Astronomers are meeting this week in Cambridge, Mass., to discuss recent advances generated by a new astronomical facility-the Submillimeter Array (SMA) on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. A joint project of the Smithsonian ...

Jun 13, 2005
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Nokia introduces seven new mobile phones

Easy-to-use menus, stylish designs at the heart of new handsets for WCDMA, GSM and CDMA markets Today, at the Nokia Connection events in Helsinki and Singapore, Nokia introduced seven new handsets under th ...

Jun 13, 2005
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Dinner on Mars: How to cook martian bread

'Martian bread and green tomato jam', 'Spirulina gnocchis' and 'Potato and tomato mille-feuilles' are three delicious recipes that two French companies have created for ESA and future space explorers to Mars ...

Jun 13, 2005
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New virtual world order

An EU project will enable virtual reality to take another step into the real world with a series of innovations that make the technology cheaper, more flexible and more powerful. "The origins of virtual reality grew out of ...

Jun 13, 2005
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