Archive: 05/7/2010

The brain: probing its deep mystery

(PhysOrg.com) -- We know more about the cosmos than we do about the human brain, but work by European researchers will now allow scientists to probe further into the mysteries of our grey matter.

May 07, 2010
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CE 3-D US for differentiating focal liver lesions

A research team from Japan and China examined the potential role of contrast-enhanced three-dimensional ultrasonography (CE 3-D US) in characterizing focal liver lesions. Their results showed that CE 3-D US provides a spatial ...

May 07, 2010
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Fab new laser nano-fabrication technology

(PhysOrg.com) -- Laser interference lithography can produce very high-resolution nano-scale surface patterns at low cost, and now European researchers have made important breakthroughs in the area.

May 07, 2010
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Deforestation failure sounds climate alarm

(PhysOrg.com) -- Australia's failure to accurately measure and predict emissions from deforestation, and the difficulty it has had in reducing deforestation, should send a warning signal to the world, according ...

May 07, 2010
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Envisat captures renewed volcanic activity

New eruptions from Iceland's Eyjafjallajoekull volcano have produced a 1600 km-wide ash cloud over the Atlantic. The brownish plume, travelling east and then south, is clearly visible in stark contrast to ...

May 07, 2010
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Lessons from the principal's office

The majority of students (about 80%) are never sent out of class to the principal's office or it happens only once in a year and why children are referred changes as they age, according to an article in the April 2010 issue ...

May 07, 2010
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