MIT's ocean model precisely mimics microbes' life cycles

Scientists at MIT have created an ocean model so realistic that the virtual forests of diverse microscopic plants they "sowed" have grown in population patterns that precisely mimic their real-world counterparts.

NTT to Sell Exclusive M702iS Dolce & Gabbana in Japan

NTT DoCoMo announced today that the company will begin marketing, for a limited time, an exclusive, special-edition handset, the M702iS Dolce & Gabbana, developed jointly by Dolce & Gabbana, Motorola and DoCoMo, via DoCoMo's ...

NASA Astronaut to Run Boston Marathon in Space

NASA astronaut Suni Williams will go faster than anyone has ever gone in the Boston Marathon. She will run the famed race in April as an official entrant from 210 miles above Earth aboard the International Space Station. ...

Chandra Sheds Light on Galaxy Collision

Astronomers think that there are enormous black holes at the centers of most, if not all, galaxies. These black holes, which can be millions or even billions of times more massive than the Sun, can greatly affect the galaxy ...

Prototype for long wavelength array sees first light

Astronomers at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have produced the first images of the sky from a prototype of the Long Wavelength Array (LWA), a revolutionary new radio telescope to be constructed in southwestern New Mexico. ...

Technique creates metal memory and could lead to vanishing dents

Crumpled kitchen foil that lays flat for reuse. Bent bumpers that straighten overnight. Dents in car doors that disappear when heated with a hairdryer. These and other physical feats may become possible with a technique to ...

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