Archive: 09/20/2005

Rogers, Videotron team on wireless service

Rogers Wireless and Videotron signed an agreement Tuesday to provide an array of telecom and Internet services to Canadian customers starting next year.

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Global plan prepared to save amphibians

A plan approved by a recent environmental meeting in Washington, D.C., to save the world's amphibians from extinction may cost more than $400 million.

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Museums prepare for creationist visitors

U.S. museums are preparing for increasingly vocal challenges to evolution exhibits, including those of the Washington-based National Science Foundation.

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Tokyo Game Show's soaring allure

Long gone are the days when computer games were seen as a bastion for awkward teenagers. From the commuter eagerly playing a game on his cellular phone on the train to tiny tots playing games with characters from their favorite ...

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Wisconsin lawmakers consider cloning ban

Wisconsin reportedly is considering a ban on cloning that critics say would undermine embryonic stem cell research in the state where it was discovered.

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Vo-Dinh sees new journal advancing nano-bio field

Editor in Chief Tuan Vo-Dinh envisions the new international peer-reviewed journal NanoBiotechnology providing a forum that leads to "explosive growth" where nanotechnology and biomedical sciences converge.

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Hitachi Software to unveil reform plan

Hitachi Software Engineering will be focusing more on developing information security systems, a Japanese financial daily said Tuesday.

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Study: Preschool kids have math skills

Harvard psychologists in Cambridge, Mass., say 5-year-olds are able to grasp numeric abstractions and arithmetic concepts even without formal education.

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