Archive: 19/11/2007

MIT sees acceleration in US greenhouse emissions

U.S. greenhouse gas emissions could grow more quickly in the next 50 years than in the previous half-century, and technological change may cause increased emissions rather than control them, according to a new study by an ...

dateNov 19, 2007 in Environment
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Bacteria shed light on an important group of human proteins

A collaboration between researchers in Switzerland, the UK and France has led to the solution of the first crystal structure of a member of the Rhesus protein family and thereby shed new light on a group of proteins of great ...

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NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX GPU Comes to Notebooks

This holiday season a new era of PC games, featuring advanced new graphics effects, will immerse gamers in cinematic realism like never before. Games like Crysis, Unreal Tournament 3, and Call of Duty 4 are sure bets to be ...

dateNov 19, 2007 in Hardware
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Tiny Silicone Hotel Reveals How Bacteria Control Crowds

Using a device composed of microscopic rooms and hallways that was designed and fabricated at the University of California, San Diego, a team of researchers from four institutions has determined how bacteria self-organize ...

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Organic Molecules Stay on Top

The van der Waals force, a weak attractive force, is solely responsible for binding certain organic molecules to metallic surfaces. In a model for organic devices, it is this force alone that binds an organic film to a metallic ...

dateNov 19, 2007 in Condensed Matter
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