Archive: 02/20/2007

Do you hear what i see?

New research pinpoints specific areas in sound processing centers in the brains of macaque monkeys that shows enhanced activity when the animals watch a video.

dateFeb 20, 2007 in Medical research
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Photo software creates 3-D world

In the digital age, organizing a photo collection has gone from bad to worse. The saying used to be that a picture is worth a thousand words. Now the question arises: what are a thousand pictures worth? In ...

dateFeb 20, 2007 in Software
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Detecting Radiation on Lunar and Mars Missions

Astronauts on lunar and Mars missions will need to continually assess their radiation risk and exposure. The faculty and midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy (USNA) are developing a small device to ...

dateFeb 20, 2007 in Engineering
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Nano Printing Technique Produces Model Membranes

An international team of investigators based in the United States and Germany has modified the nanoscale printing technique known as dip-pen nanolithography to create large numbers of model cell membranes. This method, published ...

dateFeb 20, 2007 in Bio & Medicine
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Labeling Cells with Magnetic Nanoparticles

Investigators at the German Cancer Research Center have developed silica-coated iron oxide nanoparticles that allow for cell tracking in a live animal using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). More sensitive methods for tracking ...

dateFeb 20, 2007 in Bio & Medicine
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Less is more for label readers, research shows

Apparently, most grocery-store goers shop for what they don’t want. Of course, they don’t want calories. But what about looking for the good stuff — the vitamins, nutrients, and other goodies listed on ...

dateFeb 20, 2007 in Other
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An ancient retrovirus is resurrected

Retroviruses have been around longer than humanity itself. In fact, the best-known family member, HIV, is a relative youngster, with its first known human infections occurring sometime in the mid-20th century.

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