Employees Bring Bad Moods Home, But They Disappear By Morning

A good night’s sleep may be the remedy for a bad day at work, suggests a new University of Florida study on the unexplored relationship between job satisfaction and the shifting moods of employees. Employees who have ...

New method measures emotional quality of daily experience

For Marcel Proust, the taste of a madeleine conjured remembrance of the distant past. In today's multi-tasking, hyper-speed world, it can be a trick to remember what we did yesterday. But a new method of reconstructing ...

Replicating an Eel's Nerve Circuitry May Aid Paralyzed People

In a collaboration that blends biology and robotics, researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland are unraveling the circuitry in an eel's spinal cord to help develop a microchip implant that may someday help ...

Quantum memory for light

Realization of quantum memory for light allows the extension of quantum communication far beyond 100 km In the macroscopic classical world, it is possible to copy information from one device into another. We do this everyday, ...

Mars Rovers Reports Published

The most dramatic findings so far from NASA's twin Mars rovers - telltale evidence for a wet and possibly habitable environment in the arid planet's past - passed rigorous scientific scrutiny for publication in a major research ...

Toshiba Develops DNA Chip

According to JCN Network, Toshiba Corporation has announced the development of a highly sensitive electrochemical DNA chip that is able to detect DNA at very low concentrations. The new chip integrates complementary metal ...

Nanogen Funding Advances Nanotech Research

Nanogen, Inc., developer of advanced diagnostic products, announced today that it has agreed to provide $300,000 of funding over a two-year period to support the nanotechnology research of Michael Heller, Ph.D., professor ...

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