Archive: 14/01/2005

Measurements at CERN help to re-evaluate the element of life

Results from experiments at CERN and the Jyväskylä Accelerator Laboratory in Finland, reported in Nature today, cast new light on the primary reaction that creates carbon in stars. All the carbon in the Universe, including ...

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Study Finds Depression Intensifies from One Generation to Next

As the medical community continues to more accurately diagnose depression and anxiety disorders, a new study sheds light on how these debilitating phenomena are passed down through the generations -- and may even intensify. Nearly ...

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Quieter, cleaner airplane landings on the way

An experimental procedure that substantially reduces the noise of descending aircraft is one step closer to availability for commercial air carriers, thanks to the continuing efforts of a research team led by Professor John-Paul ...

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Deep Impact is out of 'safe mode'

NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft is out of safe mode and healthy, and on its way to an encounter with comet Tempel 1 on July 4, 2005. Launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Wednesday, the Deep Impact spacecraft entered ...

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Parachuting to Titan: Update 1

Radio astronomers confirm Huygens entry in the atmosphere of Titan. The Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia, USA, a part of the global network of radio telescopes involved in tracking the Huygens Titan ...

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