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A small winged dinosaur called Microraptor gui may well have been nature's predecessor of the famous flight of Wilbur and Orville Wright at Kitty Hawk…
Scientists are developing tiny magnetic particles called nanodots that are only a few billionth of a meter in diameter. The nanodots are showing promise in…
Based on a ten-year comprehensive research study, Canadian industrial psychologist Piers Steel from the University of Calgary (Haskayne School of Business) states that procrastination is…
Monday, 01 January 2007 01:51

Remembering the Nobel Prize Laureates in 2006

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The 2006 Nobel Prizes have been awarded for people who invented, researched, discovered, and contributed to the world in very important ways. These Nobel Laureates…
It’s always amazing to see studies that prove what we already know. The latest laughingly informs us that laughter truly is contagious! LOL :-)
China’s own freshwater dolphin, the ‘baiji’, is reported to be ‘functionally extinct’ thanks to pollution in the Yangtze river, with a recent search to save…
Saturday, 09 December 2006 06:48

Little fear of a nano-bot planet amongst consumers

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People are less afraid of nano-technology - tiny man-made machines, invisible to the human eye - than they are handguns, according to a US survey.
Sunday, 03 December 2006 16:49

Now we know what makes little red apples

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Imagine having a bright blue or purple apple for lunch. It may soon be a possibility. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) researchers have…
Hardware and software distributor, Ingram Micro Australia, has appointed Matt Sanderson to the new role of product director. Sanderson has been with Ingram Micro UK…

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