Archive: 29/08/2005

Ozone layer decline leveling off, according to new study

A new global study involving long-term data from satellites and ground stations indicates Earth's ozone layer, while still severely depleted following decades of thinning from industrial chemicals in the atmosphere, is no ...

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Magnetic nanoparticles for potential cancer treatment

Virginia Commonwealth University researchers have created highly magnetized nanoparticles based on metallic iron that could one day be used in a non-invasive therapy for cancer in which treatment would begin at the time of ...

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Improving Security of Handheld IT Devices

Handheld devices such as personal digital assistants are becoming indispensable tools for today’s highly mobile workforce. Small and relatively inexpensive, these devices can be used for many functions, including sending ...

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Human ability good in tracking odors

University of California-Berkeley scientists say although humans may never match a dog's tracking ability, we apparently can sniff out and locate odors.

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Cinema goes digital

The future of cinema is digital: At the International Broadcast Convention IBC in Amsterdam (September 9 to 13, 2005), the Fraunhofer Digital Cinema Network will be presenting the latest developments in the field of Digital ...

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Scientists Describe New Way to Peer Inside Bacteria

X-rays yield pictures and chemical clues that may help trace contaminants, thwart terrorists As part of the search for better ways to track and clean up soil contaminants, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven ...

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Verizon beefs up TV content

Verizon signed agreements Monday with The America Channel, Blackbelt TV, Expo TV, LIME and the Pentagon Channel for content for its own television network.

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Nano-particle dispersion technique improves polymers

Supercritical fluid carbon dioxide used; melt properties provide monitor There is a lot of excitement about incorporating nano particles into polymers because of the ability to improve various properties with only a small ...

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