Archive: 01/25/2007

A Boost for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Research

The development of hydrogen fuel cells for vehicles, the ultimate green dream in transportation energy, is another step closer. Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ...

Jan 25, 2007
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Beyond nature vs. nurture: Williams syndrome across cultures

Nobody questions that the color of our eyes is encoded in our genes. When it comes to behavior the concept of "DNA as fate" quickly breaks down – it's been long accepted that both genes and the environment shape human behavior. ...

Jan 25, 2007
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Multimedia car radio of the future

Crackling radio stations, signal loss in tunnels and difficulties tuning to the correct frequency – the conventional car radio has had its day. ESA and its partners are developing the multimedia car radio ...

Jan 25, 2007
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Dark Energy And The Inverse Square Law

“Newton’s inverse-square law has been around for a while,” Daniel Kapner tells PhysOrg.com. “But, by testing this law, we’re looking for new physics.” The new physics Kapner and his colleagues are looking for in ...

Jan 25, 2007 feature
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