Archive: 2/11/2005

Stem cells: forgotten by evolution?

Max Planck scientists show that adult stem cells are possibly just the remnants of evolution For a fairly long time, adult stem cells have been a point of scientific interest. Besides the question of how to use them therapeutically, ...

dateNov 02, 2005 in
shares0 comments 0

Brown Bears: The Guile and Wile of Reproduction

Female brown bears are driven to having many partners - not because of lust but as part of a sophisticated strategy for protecting future offspring. This surprising discovery is the result of a large-scale project by the ...

dateNov 02, 2005 in
shares0 comments 0

Nokia introduced N80

Nokia today introduced the Nokia N80, the first ever handset to enable seamless home media networking between compatible TVs, audio systems and PCs. Weighing only 134 grams, the compact yet feature-rich 3G multimedia device ...

dateNov 02, 2005 in
shares0 comments 0

NASA marks five-year space milestone

NASA scientists will break out the thermostabalized beef tips and rehydratable apple cider Wednesday as they celebrate a major space milestone.

dateNov 02, 2005 in
shares0 comments 0

Duke develops new UV measurement tool

Researchers at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering have developed a new way to measure microbes' exposure to ultraviolet light.

dateNov 02, 2005 in
shares0 comments 0

Study: Disaster unless fossil fuel use cut

Livermore National Laboratory scientists warn if fossil fuel use is not significantly reduced in the next few centuries, the polar ice caps will melt.

dateNov 02, 2005 in
shares0 comments 0
  • 1 2