Archive: 7/03/2005

Curious female rats survive tumors longer

Curious female rats, more willing to step out and explore their environment, survive breast and pituitary tumors longer than their more cautious sisters, said a Penn State researcher. Sonia Cavigelli, assistant professor ...

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Sandia underground geo-tools aid in earthquake research

Geothermal researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed sensors that can be placed in hotter and higher-pressure underground environments than previous instruments, a capability that is allowing geologists worldwide ...

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Jupiter: A cloudy mirror for the Sun?

Astronomers using the European Space Agency's XMM-Newton telescope have discovered that observing the giant planet Jupiter may actually give them an insight in to solar activity on the far side of the Sun! In research reported ...

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