Archive: 05/25/2006

Managing Indian e-waste

A combination of greater affordability and a constant turnover in new computer technology is contributing to an e-waste problem never before encountered in India, leading to some serious thinking on how to manage a solution, ...

dateMay 25, 2006 in Other
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New Tools for a Nanotechnology Workshop

Until recently, nanoscale devices could only be crafted through chemical reactions or by pushing components together on a smooth surface. Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark have developed and ...

dateMay 25, 2006 in Nanophysics feature
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Women's fat tied to insufficient sleep

Women who sleep less than five hours a night are 32 times more likely to gain more than 30 pounds, Ohio researchers told a San Diego conference.

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Research shows crowds do influence refs

New data released today, reveals that almost every football fan believes referees’ decisions are influenced by crowds, supporting scientific research by a leading academic, which will be discussed at the Science Museum’s ...

dateMay 25, 2006 in Other
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