Archive: 03/7/2006

Big hit on a small scale for black-eyed peas

What have Black-eyed peas got to do with nanotechnology? As well as sharing their name with a chart-topping U.S. band, Black-eyed peas (also known as Cowpeas) are being used by scientists at the John Innes Centre in Norwich ...

Mar 07, 2006
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Novel method used to treat obese mice

Johns Hopkins scientists, working on genetically engineered obese mice, have used a nerve protection and growth factor to cut the size of the heart muscle.

Mar 07, 2006
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Substrate developed from sawmill shavings

University of Navarre scientists in Spain have developed an organic substrate from sawmill wood shavings to use for intensive crop growth in containers.

Mar 07, 2006
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Researchers works on single molecular diode

Researchers from the University of South Florida, the University of Chicago and the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) have recently developed the principles of operation and completed an experimental testing of a single ...

Mar 07, 2006
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