Archive: 14/07/2006

Tunneling Across a Ferroelectric

University of Nebraska-Lincoln physicist Evgeny Tsymbal's groundbreaking identification of an emerging research field in electronic devices earned publication this week in Science magazine.

dateJul 14, 2006 in General Physics
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Researchers strive to make robotic systems more decisive

The Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics is a partner in the Integrated Research Project BACS (Bayesian Approach to Cognitive Systems), which is being sponsored by the EU and will run until 2010. In this project, ...

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Study: Drugs from sewage not dangerous

A Canadian study has suggested adverse effects are unlikely on aquatic life from drugs passed through human waste released from sewage treatment plants.

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Illinois counting its chickens

A research scientist in Illinois wants to bring the state's prairie chicken population back to the level it was when Abraham Lincoln was alive.

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Bird flu claims 41st life in Indonesia

A 3-year-old Indonesian girl has died from avian influenza in Indonesia, bringing the country's total deaths from the disease to 41.

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