Archive: 15/02/2008

A 'Golden Channel' for New Physics

A group of physicists has dubbed a particular particle decay, the decay of the Bs meson into a neutral kaon and neutral antikaon, as a “golden channel” for new physics, suggesting that probing and studying the decay could ...

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Defining cancer's genetic 'support network'

Researchers at Duke University’s Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy (IGSP) have developed a new method that essentially does for the genetic pathways underlying cancer what social networking web sites can do for people: ...

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Why does the world appear stable while our eyes move?

Whenever we shift our gaze, attention is directed to a new target. This shift in attention causes a brief compression of visual space, according to a study published February 15 in the open-access journal PLoS Computational ...

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