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No link between cell phone towers, kids' cancer risk
Web plagiarism rising in U.K. schools
The results of the study are indicative and disturbing
Wi-Fi all set to compete with 3G
Until recently they have been complementary services: the former offering users network access through cell phone masts forming a wide-area network (WAN), the latter based on hot-spot connections through a local-area network (LAN).Both ...
Liquid crystals for better data storage
Many companies are seeking better ways to store hundreds of gigabytes of data in small, low-power devices.A special type of liquid crystal, similar to those used in computer displays and televisions, offers a solution. Unlike CDs and ...
Motorcycles powered by compressed air
Most motorcycles in the world today use engines that burn gasoline, contributing to greenhouse gasses and adding air pollution to the surrounding area.Now two scientists in India have conceptually designed a new, cleaner motorcycle ...
Carbon nanotubes used to boost power 10-fold
Using carbon nanotubes for one of a lithium battery's electrodes produced a significant increase — up to tenfold — in the power it could deliver from a given weight of material, compared to a conventional lithium-ion ...
Oceans altered greatly by man, often globally
Anthropogenic factors including many forms of pollution are altering the ocean, often on a global scale and, in some cases, at rates greatly exceeding those in the historical and recent geological record, says a ...
2-million-year-old fact about extreme climates
The ocean temperature at Earth's poles has an impact at the equator due to a close link between changes in the subpolar climate and the development of the modern tropical Pacific climate around 2 million years ...
Coral conservation efforts off the mark?
Conservation efforts aimed at protecting endangered Caribbean corals may be overlooking regions where corals are best equipped to evolve in response to global warming and other climate ...
Differences between stem cell types found
Human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs). are thought to be almost identical to human embryonic stem cells (hESCs). However, recent studies have suggested noteworthy differences between these two cell ...
Birdsong is learnt like human speech by kids
When zebra finches learn their songs from their father early in life, their brain is active during sleep, indicating the similarity between birdsong learning and kids learning to ...
One man's initiative ensures water-security in drought regions
The person has helped build about thousand and five hundred check dams
Black polythene mulch for weed control in mulberry
Being a widely spaced crop, mulberry suffers heavy yield loss due to weed growth which reflects adversely on silkworm cocoon productivity and profit of the farmers and hence it is essential to control it in time.But under the prevailing ...
New cardamom variety
Can you give me the contact details of the farmer who developed Panikulangara green bold no.1 cardamom variety?J. SebastianKasaragod, KeralaMr. Joy Peter from Idukki district Kerala developed the new variety. It can ...
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