Archive: 03/19/2007

Professor Bets Math Can Help Fight Terrorists

University of California, Riverside Assistant Professor of computer science Christian Shelton will be working over the next three years on algorithms to help the U.S. Air Force conduct computer modeling to help predict the ...

Mar 19, 2007
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Notorious cancer gene may work by destroying messenger

A new study suggests how a notorious cancer gene may contribute to tumor growth.The insight emerged from a long-running study of a protein called PMR1, the key player in an unusual mechanism that cells use to quickly stop ...

Mar 19, 2007
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U. S. envisions a new generation of nuclear weapons

Almost 62 years after detonation of the first atomic bombs, the United States is considering controversial proposals to produce a new generation of nuclear weapons and revamp its nuclear weapons complex, according to an article ...

Mar 19, 2007
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Elderly spinal cord injuries increase five-fold in 30 years

The number of spinal cord injuries among senior citizens (age 70 and above) has increased five times in the past 30 years, as compared with younger spinal cord injury patients, researchers at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital ...

Mar 19, 2007
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