Archive: 02/20/2006

Japan expecting more from its academics

Small discoveries could lead to major scientific developments and even bigger economic gain, if unveiling the movement of protein molecules is any indication. Or at least that's what one Japanese university is hoping.

Feb 20, 2006
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Nano World: Nano for self-healing material

Nanoparticles dispersed throughout a material can migrate to cracks, potentially leading to self-healing composites in everything from cockpits to microelectronics, experts told UPI's Nano World.

Feb 20, 2006
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Networking: The end of 'shoulder surfing?'

Some hackers like to "shoulder surf," or steal unsuspecting PC users' passwords by looking over their shoulders at the Internet cafe. Others prefer to crack an account's password -- using sophisticated software programs. ...

Feb 20, 2006
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EC report bullish on Euro telecom market

A report issued Monday by the European Commission declared that the continent's telecom market is booming for both companies and consumers.

Feb 20, 2006
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AAAS denounces bills undermining evolution

The American Association for the Advancement of Science, meeting in St. Louis, said Sunday it strongly denounced legislation undermining evolution.

Feb 20, 2006
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