Archive: 18/11/2005

New Motorola V557 Delivers 'Zero-Click' Access to Information

Giving consumers a new way to connect, access information or enjoy in-demand multimedia, Motorola announced the availability of the Motorola V557. The new flip phone is on shelves now at Cingular Wireless, the largest wireless ...

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Beyond Einstein: A live webcast from around the Globe

Thursday, December 1, 2005 from 12:00 to 24:00 CET CERN and the World Year of Physics International Steering Committee are partnering with some of the world's leading physics laboratories, science museums and technology partners ...

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Polymer gel can block toxic leakage

North Carolina researchers have devised a potentially patentable method to arrest toxic leakages of genetically engineered viruses.

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Survey: Most want evolution taught

U.S. adults want evolution taught in public schools even though most believe God created humans on the sixth day of the universe, a survey found.

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Nobel Prize winner Henry Taube dies at 89

Nobel Prize winner Henry Taube, who described how electrons hop between molecules during chemical reactions, has died at age 89. He died Wednesday at his home on the campus of Stanford University, where he had taught since ...

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Overfishing may lead to tuna extinction

Some scientists fear the bluefin tuna, Japan's unofficial national dish, is being caught in such numbers its commercial extinction is looming.

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