Archive: 09/6/2006

Web site helps students in math

A University of Missouri-Columbia Web site that helps students prepare for math tests and competitions is reportedly gaining popularity.

Sep 06, 2006
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Researchers Announce Invention of the c Microscope

The old optical microscopes that everyone used in high-school biology class may be a step closer to the glass heap. Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have announced their invention of an optofluidic microscope ...

Sep 06, 2006
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New trigger found for volcanic eruptions

New insights into what might trigger the eruption of Mount St Helens and other potentially explosive volcanoes are reported today in Nature by scientists working at the University of Bristol, UK.

Sep 06, 2006
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Container transport on a nano scale

Lock one or more molecules up within a cage of nanometer dimensions. Take this ‘nanocontainer’ to the desired spot and free the molecules. Or keep them locked up for a while and introduce other molecules into the container, ...

Sep 06, 2006
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AIDS Vaccine Progress Published in Virology

A University of Kansas School of Medicine researcher’s success developing an AIDS vaccine was reported in the August issue of the peer-reviewed journal Virology. Opendra Narayan, DVM, PhD, and his collaborators have succes ...

Sep 06, 2006
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Young brainy students create world first

A new 3D brain model is at the centre of a project created by a group of postgraduate students based at the Howard Florey Institute.

Sep 06, 2006
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