Archive: 2/06/2008

Low-cost EUV satellite shut down

University of California, Berkeley, scientists quietly switched off one of the campus's working satellites last month, ending a 10-year series of ups and downs for NASA's first and only low-cost, university-class Explorer ...

dateJun 02, 2008 in Space Exploration
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Globalization exposes food supply to unsanitary practices

As the United States continues to import increasingly more of its food from developing nations, we are putting ourselves at greater risk of foodborne disease because many of these countries do not have the same sanitary standards ...

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How to construct a 'firefly' worm

Research describing a new modified luminescent worm that allows, for the first time, to measure, in real time, the metabolism of an entire living organism has just been published in the journal BMC Physiology.

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