Archive: 09/4/2005

Nanomaterial hazard

Preliminary research by a team of ASU scientists suggests the presence of nanomaterials in drinking water may be dangerous to humans. Two of the researchers – principal investigator Paul Westerhoff and civil and environmental ...

Sep 04, 2005
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New defense for terrorism

The recent terrorism attacks in London and Egypt underscore the need to protect the health and safety of our society. To thwart future attacks, Joe Wang, director of the Center for Biosensors and Bioelectronics at the Biodesign ...

Sep 04, 2005
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Panasonic Introduces First 3CCD SD Camcorder

Panasonic today announced another ground-breaking innovation in digital video and optical technologies: the world’s first 3CCD SD camcorder. The lightweight, super-portable SDR-S100 records high-quality ...

Sep 04, 2005
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Burning peat bogs add to global warning

Peat bogs set on fire to clean rainforests in Indonesia are releasing up to a seventh of the world's total fossil fuel emissions in a single year.

Sep 04, 2005
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