Rice lab mimics Jupiter's Trojan asteroids inside a single atom
Rice University physicists have gone to extremes to prove that Isaac Newton's classical laws of motion can apply in the atomic world: They've built an accurate model of part of the solar system inside a single ...
Hi-tech 'Trojan horse' can kill cancer cells: researchers
Australian researchers are set to begin human trials of a tiny nano-cell that acts as a "Trojan horse" against cancer cells, a breakthrough they say may curb the need for debilitating chemotherapy.
Android Trojan dubbed ‘Geinimi’ found in legitimate applications
'Sabpab' Trojan seeks out Mac OS X
Cyber-security expert finds new flaw in smartphones
Just as U.S. companies are coming to grips with threats to their computer networks emanating from cyber-spies based in China, a noted expert is highlighting what he says is an even more pernicious vulnerability in smartphones.
Kaspersky Lab nails 'Find and Call' trojan bearing phone-book service
Linux B-day celebrations rattled by break-in
Cholera discovery could revolutionize antibiotic delivery
(Phys.org)—Three Simon Fraser University scientists are among six researchers who've made a discovery that could help revolutionize antibiotic treatment of deadly bacteria.
Study finds how bacteria resist a 'Trojan horse' antibiotic
A new study describes how bacteria use a previously unknown means to defeat an antibiotic. The researchers found that the bacteria have modified a common "housekeeping" enzyme in a way that enables the enzyme ...
Stealth game steals info from Android sensors
WISE colors in unknowns on Jupiter asteroids
(Phys.org)—Scientists using data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, have uncovered new clues in the ongoing mystery of the Jovian Trojans—asteroids that orbit the sun on the same ...
Trojan horse for ovarian cancer -- nanoparticles turn immune system soldiers against tumor cells
In a feat of trickery, Dartmouth Medical School immunologists have devised a Trojan horse to help overcome ovarian cancer, unleashing a surprise killer in the surroundings of a hard-to-treat tumor.
Hacker group accuses German government of using illegal Trojan horse
Plutonium tricks cells by 'pretending' to be iron
(PhysOrg.com) -- Plutonium gets taken up by our cells much as iron does, even though there's far less of it to go around.