Archive: 06/28/2006

W3C releases mobile site practices

Mobile content far beyond ringtones and wallpapers is on its way with the recent release of guidelines for designers of Web sites solely for the mobile phone.

Jun 28, 2006
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The beginnings of the thinking brain

Oxford researchers have identified the very first neurons in the human cerebral cortex, the part of the brain that sets us apart from all other animals.

Jun 28, 2006
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Modeling Supernovae Core Collapse

“What we've done,” explains University of Arizona professor Adam Burrows, “is unlocked the core of supernovae. We have a computational tool that allows us to go into the core, and we see that there’s gravitational ...

Jun 28, 2006 feature
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Researchers discover new cell structures

Carnegie Mellon University researchers Kris Noel Dahl and Mohammad F. Islam have made a new breakthrough for children suffering from an extremely rare disease that accelerates the aging process by about seven times the normal ...

Jun 28, 2006
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Montana State University scientists to get new cold lab

Half-million-year-old Antarctic ice, avalanche triggers, frost heaves in roads and the possibility of life in Martian ice caps are just a few of the research projects expected to find a home in a new cluster of labs planned ...

Jun 28, 2006
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Trailer park residents face multiple challenges

The denizens of America's rural trailer parks have heard all the snide comments about their homes – and they have been labeled everything from "trailer trash" to "tornado magnets" – but beneath that ridicule lie acute ...

Jun 28, 2006
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The Web: The Age of Individualized Adverts

Online marketing today is about more than inserting "Hello, Roger," in the subject line of an e-mail and hoping it somehow convinces the recipient, in this instance, a chap named "Roger," that it is truly customized, intended ...

Jun 28, 2006
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