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Investigating gravitational force by a ...

First I will start with a straight strip with negligible thickness and depth. It has length L and mass per unit length M. The other object has mass "m" and has negligible dimension. The other object lies at a distance R from the strip on a line per...

What you need to know about Methyl Bromide

Methyl bromide is to blame in the accidental poisonings of a mom, dad and their two teen sons at a Caribbean resort located in ST John. The boys remain critically ill Monday at a Philadelphia hospital. Criminal investigators are examining how and why t...

Real-time Volume Imaging of Hearts

A new developed technology ultrasound system from Siemens enables doctors to carry out heart examinations through the esophagus for the first time.

Sex Reversal Gene: Male Mice Can Be Cre...

This is a mouse from associate professor Paul Thomas' lab. Associate professor Thomas and his colleagues have generated male mice with two X chromosomes by artificially activating the SOX3 gene in the developing gonads. (Credit: Photo by Sandra Piltz /...

How to get the best out of a scientific...

By MILTON BERTRAND The way to get the best out of a research paper is to read it. A publication is usually comprised of an abstract, introduction or background, results, discussions, methods, and conclusions.  Bear in mind that most scientific pa...

Why do men prefer nice women? Responsiv...

People's emotional reactions and desires in initial romantic encounters determine the fate of a potential relationship. Responsiveness may be one of those initial "sparks" necessary to fuel sexual desire and land a second date. However, it may not be a...

A good night's sleep keeps your stem ce...

Environmental stress is a major factor in driving DNA damage in adult hematopoietic stem cells, researchers have found, concluding that a good night's sleep keeps your stem cells "young."

Moving in the quantum world

Simulating the behavior of a single particle can be quite a challenging task in physics; after all, it is microscopic and we usually cannot watch in real time. It becomes even more complicated when you realize that the particle has to follow the laws o...

Preclinical Trials of HIV Vaccine on No...

Preclinical data published in Science forms basis for early human clinical trials

A New Wireless Industry is Officially L...

BY MILTON BERTRAND As many of you may know WiFi, a new wireless industry has emerged; it is known as White Spaces. According to the FCC, this new wireless technology will be online January 26, 2012. Spectrum Bridge will be the first active White Sp...

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