Archive: 10/21/2005

BPL broadband seen growing 106 percent

The latest projections for Broadband over Powerline see the U.S. market growing 106 percent annually during the next six years.

Oct 21, 2005
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Russian-Style Hunting For Helicobacter Pylori

Due to the 2005 Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine received by Robin Warren and Barry Marshall, the name of the Helicobacter pylori bacterium is now a buzz word. According to contemporary overview, the bacterium gets ...

Oct 21, 2005
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ISS Safe After Orbit Correction Failure

The Russian Space Agency said Thursday that Wednesday's abortive orbit correction would not affect the safety of the International Space Station (ISS) or its crew, reports RIA Novosti.

Oct 21, 2005
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Study: Titan's cloud band is convective

University of Arizona scientists say clouds at middle latitudes of Titan's southern hemisphere may form in the same way clouds form at the Earth's equator.

Oct 21, 2005
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Largest undersea observatory is planned

Canadian and U.S. scientists are planning a project that could turn hundreds of thousands of square miles of sea floor into an undersea observatory.

Oct 21, 2005
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Swedish couple names first-born 'Google'

A couple in Sweden who uses computers a lot have chosen to name their firstborn son Google, after the world-dominant search engine.

Oct 21, 2005
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