Archive: 09/24/2005

Researchers says Hobbit was human

A 3-foot-tall female skeleton discovered in Indonesia last year dubbed "The Hobbit" and believed to be separate human species may have been a diseased human.

Sep 24, 2005
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Winter shutdown approved for wind farms

To reduce bird deaths, some 4,000 aging wind turbines in California will be idled temporarily, and some will be scrapped and replaced with newer models.

Sep 24, 2005
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Human chromosome transplant in mice

British scientists successfully transplanted human chromosomes into mice, a procedure that might provide clues to the genetic causes of disease.

Sep 24, 2005
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Model to better understand dune plants

Texas A&M University researchers have created a model to better understand the impacts of development and coastal erosion on plant communities.

Sep 24, 2005
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'Noise' affects how brain affects movement

A University of California at San Francisco study has revealed how the brain uses "noise" to direct the body to make movements. The key factor is noise in the brain's signaling and it helps explain why all movement is not ...

Sep 24, 2005
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