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The use of mathematics may not seem very interesting to the average person, but U.S. math professor, and N.Y. Mets fan, Bruce Bukiet can consistently…
Friday, 06 April 2007 02:42

Solar bursts interfere with GPS

Cornell University researchers have found that a powerful solar flare occurring last December caused an "unprecedented" burst of radio noise that interfered with the accuracy…
Space agencies in the US and Europe are looking to tap the inventive and innovative nature of the small and medium enterprise sector. ESA is…
Chinese researchers have developed a disc transplant from dead donors to treat severe degenerative disc disease in live patients, which can provide much needed relief…
More of the famous red dust that has resulted in Mars being called the Red Planet may be the cause of why NASA scientists have seen…
The NASA Hubble Space Telescope used its Advanced Camera for Surveys in August 2005 to take the following picture of a nearby barred spiral galaxy…
Wednesday, 04 April 2007 08:58

What to look for when buying cat and dog food

Pets need good nutrition to have a healthy life. The following are hints to look for when you are buying cat and dog food.
Evidence from bone fragments in a cave near Beijing, China adds evidence that modern humans  interbred with earlier human species such as Neanderthals.     
The theory of Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND), if successfully tested, could help end the question about whether dark matter exists or not. Will it work?                   
The proton-proton Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle accelerator is being built at Geneva, Switzerland’s CERN—the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. However, a support assembly structure…




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