Archive: 01/19/2006

Kicking Around a Nano-Sized Ball

There's a bit of good-natured ribbing going on at the UW Madison Synchrotron Radiation Center, where researchers are hard at work to better understand Bucky Balls, the nickname for the famous molecule, Carbon-60 ...

Jan 19, 2006 4.4 / 5 (7) 0

Martian snow source of tropical glaciers

Snow is the source of glacial deposits found at the base of the majestic volcanoes and mountains dotting the mid-latitude and tropical regions of Mars. Based on an innovative blend of geological observations ...

Jan 19, 2006 4.8 / 5 (4) 0

The science of tickling

Anticipating our own touch - for example in tickling oneself - reduces its impact, says Queen's psychologist Dr. Randy Flanagan, a member of the university's Centre for Neuroscience Studies. This is evidence of an important ...

Jan 19, 2006 2.7 / 5 (6) 0