Archive: 21/04/2005

Researchers Discover New Method to Generate Human Bone

By studying diseases in which the human body generates too much bone, UCLA researchers have discovered and isolated a natural molecule that can be used to heal fractures and generate new bone growth in patients who lack ...

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Switching to chemistry

Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have demonstrated a new kind of electrical switch, formed of organic molecules, that could be used in the future in nanoscale electronic components. Their approach involved ...

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X-rays shine light on high-intensity gas lamps

An X-ray technique developed by physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is helping to improve the design and energy efficiency of the bright white lights often used to illuminate stadiums, ...

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Human cells filmed instantly messaging for first time

Cells tugged in one direction sent biochemical signals in the opposite direction in the form of a signature pattern of fluorescent light Researchers at UCSD and UC Irvine have captured on video for the first time chemical ...

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Is it or isn't it? Pentaquark debate heats up

New data from the Department of Energy's Jefferson Lab shows the pentaquark doesn't appear in one place it was expected. The result contradicts earlier findings in this same region and adds to the controversy over whether ...

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HAPPEx results hint at strangely magnetic proton

New results from research performed at the Department of Energy's Jefferson Lab hint that strange quarks may contribute to the proton's magnetic moment. If confirmed by data to be taken later this year, these surprising results ...

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San Fernando, Northridge quakes may be maximum

A new study by researchers at Oregon State University suggests that the magnitude 6.7 earthquakes that struck California's San Fernando Valley in 1971 and Northridge area in 1994 may have been about the most powerful quakes ...

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A Solar Eclipse on the Moon

NASA is planning to send people back to the Moon. Target date: 2015 or so. Too bad they won't be there this Sunday because, on April 24th, there's going to be a solar eclipse, and you can only see it from the Moon.

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Scientists improve explosives detection

MIT researchers have announced a scientific breakthrough that could greatly improve explosives detection for military and civilian security applications. Scientists have developed a new polymer that greatly increases the ...

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