Archive: 24/04/2006

Nanotechnology may find disease before it starts

Nanotechnology may one day help physicians detect the very earliest stages of serious diseases like cancer, a new study suggests. It would do so by improving the quality of images produced by one of the most common diagnostic ...

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OHSU: 'Two-of-a-kind' MRI magnet arrived

As OHSU's new Advanced Imaging Research Center (AIRC) continues its expansion, the major component of the final, and most unique instrument for the world-class facility has arrived. On Saturday, April 22, the AIRC took delivery ...

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MIT method allows 3-D study of cells

MIT bioengineers have devised a new technique that makes it possible to learn more about how cells are organized in tissues and potentially even to regrow cells for repairing areas of the body damaged by disease, accidents ...

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Evidence mounts for sun's companion star

The Binary Research Institute (BRI) has found that orbital characteristics of the recently discovered planetoid, "Sedna", demonstrate the possibility that our sun might be part of a binary star system. A binary star system ...

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Apple releases 17-inch MacBook Pro computer

Apple Monday introduced its latest lightweight laptop, the 17-inch MacBook Pro, which weighs in at a slim 6.8 pounds. The inch-thick computer is designed for business travelers and includes a built-in video-conferencing camera, ...

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Annapolis to go wireless

The waterside town of Annapolis, Md., will offer free public WiFi hotspots powered by Nortel wireless mesh technology.

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