Russian mathematician wins science award

A Russian mathematician's solution to a 100-year-old math puzzle was voted Breakthrough of the Year by Science, a leading scientific journal.

Land lease pacts signed for Spaceport

New Mexico and two ranching operations signed long-term agreements that will allow the state's spaceport center and the ranches to co-exist.

Slower light could mean faster computers

IBM today announced its researchers have built a device capable of delaying the flow of light on a silicon chip, a requirement to one day allow computers to use optical communications to achieve better performance.

Adenine ‘Tails’ Make Tailored Anchors for DNA

Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Naval Research Laboratory and the University of Maryland have demonstrated a deceptively simple technique for chemically bonding single strands of DNA ...

Repair Costs of Seismic Test House Could Have Been Prohibitive

While the group of 200-plus faculty, students and media spectators who gathered at the Structural Engineering and Earthquake Simulation Laboratory (SEESL) at the University at Buffalo on Nov. 14 to watch the world's largest ...

New Antarctic Drilling Record to Yield Major Climate Data

The Antarctic Geological Drilling (ANDRILL) Program drilled to a new record depth of 1,000 meters below the seafloor from the site on the Ross Ice Shelf near Scott Base in Antarctica on Dec. 16, making ANDRILL the most successful ...

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