Archive: 16/11/2005

Experts: U.S. poultry biosecurity is good

Purdue University scientists say corporate control of food production might be a key component in preventing a U.S. outbreak of avian influenza.

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AOL rolls out the self help

AOL announced Wednesday a large 2006 lineup of top self-help authors to join its expanded AOL Coaches program.

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Nokia acquires Intellisync

Nokia said Wednesday it will acquire Intellisync, a wireless messaging developer. The Finnish mobile group said that by acquiring Intellisync, it will be able to expand its wireless e-mail and device-management capabilities.

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E-mail's moral, ethical issues discussed

Australian scientists say e-mail provides new opportunities for health researchers, but also raises a wide range of moral and ethical issues.

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Breakthrough streamlines complex work assignments

Christodoulos Floudas and his students Stacy Janak and Martin Taylor have invented a mathematical formula that may transform the way that day-to-day work assignments are made across government and industry.

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Magnetic fields revealed in technicolour

Vibrations of magnetization have for the first time been captured on camera by scientists at The University of Manchester revealing a rainbow of colours. For the first time, images of induced magnetic pulsations at the frequency ...

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From broadcast to broadband

Technology is on the way to use vacant television channels for wireless broadband Internet service, but critics from the broadcasting industry argue that using the channels for unlicensed wireless activity will interfere ...

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