Archive: 4/11/2005

Study: Wildlife trade figures unreliable

Wildlife trade reported by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora reportedly differs from government figures.

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Odd energy mechanism in bacteria analyzed

Scientists at Oregon State University have successfully cultured in a laboratory a microorganism with a gene for an alternate form of photochemistry – an advance that may ultimately help shed light on the ecology of the ...

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Scientists to explore the 'Grand Canyon' of the oceans

The deepest, darkest, most inhospitable place on Earth is the focus of a new 2 million research project funded by the Natural Environment Research Council. The ECOMAR project will explore the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a mountain ...

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In the hands of scientists - the power of 10,000 Suns

Solar research at Paul Scherrer Institut (Switzerland) takes a leap into the future today with the opening of the High-flux Solar Simulator. With this new instrument scientists will be able to carry out experiments under ...

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