Archive: 29/04/2005

Samsung SCH-n330 Vibrate to the Beat of the Ring Tone

Verizon Wireless and Samsung announced the availability of the SCH-n330, a must-have wireless phone for younger on-the-go trendy consumers. This sleek and distinctive pop-up screen with its steel blue accenting means customers ...

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Nano Cardiology Research to Fight US's Deadliest Disease

Despite the fact that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, there is a lack of understanding of the fundamental molecular biology behind the disease and how certain genetic factors contribute ...

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Students Build Smaller, Smarter Heart Pump

A miniaturized heart pump designed by a team of University of Florida engineering students could become a life-saving alternative for patients waiting in long lines for scarce donor hearts. The UF team is creating a device ...

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MARSIS set to reveal more from Mars

UK scientists stand poised as the European Space Agency's Mars Express spacecraft will start to deploy its MARSIS ground penetrating radar next week (2nd May 2005). Once successfully deployed the radar will start its search ...

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Nano-particle research will benefit inhaler-users

Patients suffering from conditions as diverse as asthma and diabetes could benefit from research at Cardiff University to improve the effectiveness of drugs taken through spray inhalers. Scientists in the Welsh School of ...

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Widespread use of high-temperature superconductors on horizon

From improvements in cellular base stations to the development of more efficient electric transmission lines and energy storage systems, high-temperature superconductors (HTS) are nearing their commercial viability. Two-time ...

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NASA Gives Artificial Gravity a New Spin

NASA will use a new human centrifuge to explore artificial gravity as a way to counter the physiologic effects of extended weightlessness for future space exploration. The new research will begin this summer at the University ...

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