Archive: 03/2/2006

Laboratory licenses hydrogen sensor technology

The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) announced on Feb. 23 that Nuclear Filter Technology (NucFil) has been awarded licenses to manufacture Fiber Optic Hydrogen Sensors. The licenses, ...

Mar 02, 2006
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Sex: Why bother? Scientists probe evolutionary mysteries

What advantage did sex offer when it first appeared and why does sex persist in modern organisms, stopping them from becoming asexual again? One University of Houston professor thinks he may have uncovered some new clues ...

Mar 02, 2006
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Italians rebuild and graft human skin

Italian physicians in Rome say they've used stem cells to rebuild human skin and repair tissue damage -- the first time such a feat has been accomplished.

Mar 02, 2006
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U.S. EPA proposes toxic emission cuts

The U.S. Environmental Protection agency says it is proposing reducing emissions from gasoline, vehicles and gasoline containers.

Mar 02, 2006
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Study: Brain cells have death system

Harvard Medical School scientists in Boston announced Wednesday they have identified a protein that directly regulates cell death in the brain.

Mar 02, 2006
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Israeli, U.S. venture firms open joint lab

An Israeli venture-capital firm and a U.S. venture-capital company announced Wednesday they would join forces to invest millions in 10 new tech startups.

Mar 02, 2006
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WMI to track greenhouse gas emissions

Waste Management Inc. announced Wednesday it has become the first solid waste company to track, report and certify its California greenhouse gas emissions.

Mar 02, 2006
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