Archive: 19/09/2005

Scientists find natural protein 'battery'

Dallas researchers say they've found a protein inside cells that might act like a battery, capable of receiving, storing and dispensing electrical charge.

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Clearing jams in copy machinery

Bacteria and humans use a number of tools to direct perhaps the most important function in cells -- the accurate copying of DNA during cell division. New research published this week in Molecular Cell from the laboratory ...

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U-M launches center for stem cell biology

President Mary Sue Coleman today announced a significant expansion of the University of Michigan’s efforts in stem cell science with the creation of a new interdisciplinary center for stem cell research, to be based at ...

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SanDisk to ship units of its first 'U3 smart' flash drive

SanDisk Corporation today introduced its first USB smart drive using U3 technology, a powerful new platform that enables users to store and manage their "personal workspace" -- including files, programs, passwords and settings ...

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Fujitsu Unveils Mac-Compatible Scanner

Fujitsu today unveiled its first-ever scanner compatible with the Macintosh platform. The highly anticipated release of the Fujitsu ScanSnap scanning solution supporting Mac OS X version 10.4 "Tiger" provides Apple customers ...

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Smallest baby and twin: first birthdays

The world's smallest surviving baby celebrated her first birthday Monday at the neonatal unit of Loyola University Health System in Maywood, Ill.

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