Archive: 04/23/2005

Lofty wireless platforms for high speed broadband

Floating high in the sky, tethered balloons may soon be a welcome sight for broadband users outside cities. Trials in England recently demonstrated these aerial platforms can wirelessly deliver data up to 200 times faster ...

Apr 23, 2005
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Fishing up chromosomes

Researchers at the University of Dundee have made a significant new discovery on how cells behave and protect themselves against cancers and congenital disorders as reported in Nature on April 21. Dr Tomo Tanaka and his tea ...

Apr 23, 2005
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Scientists unravel 8,200-year-old climate riddle

Palaeoceanographers from the Southampton Oceanography Centre have shed new light on the world’s climate behaviour over 8,200 years ago. In an article published this week in Nature, they demonstrate that a sudden drop in ...

Apr 23, 2005
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Light's Answer To Ultrasound

You have a tiny wound on your hand that doesn’t heal, a bad burn on your chest – or an injured retina. Your doctor cannot tell how serious the injuries are below the surface. He needs tissue samples. That means using ...

Apr 23, 2005
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