Week of March 5, 2012 Archives
The Latest Research
Monday, March 5
Solved: Mystery of the Nanoscale 'Crop Circles'
- Berkeley Nat'l Laboratory
Seeing Without Eyes: Hydra's Stingers Respond to Light
- Science Codex
Multigenerational Epigenetic Disease from Toxins?
- Washington State U.
Software Monitors Students' Emotions, Boredom
- Univ. of Notre Dame
Tuesday, March 6
Spider Silk Conducts Heat as Well as Metals
- Iowa State University
Hot Flow Anomaly: Bizarre Space Weather on Venus
Mutation Causing Neck-Twisting Disorder Found
- Mayo Clinic
Where Is the Seat of Creativity in the Brain?
- Univ. of Southern California
Wednesday, March 7
Why Does the 'Man in the Moon' Face the Earth?
- Calif. Institute of Tech.
Graphene Battery Turns Ambient Heat into Electricity
- MIT Tech. Rev.
Hot 'n Cold: Mixed Ecosystem Found in Deep Ocean
- UC-San Diego
Levitating Beads Can Detect Proteins
- Chemical & Engineering News
Thursday, March 8
'Seek the Obscure': Problem-Solving Technique
- Assoc. for Psych. Science
Revolutionary New Electron Microscope Created
- University of Sheffield
Carefully Measuring the Antihydrogen Atom
- Berkeley National Lab
Biodegradable Transistors Made from Human Proteins
- Tel Aviv Univ.
Friday, March 9
How to Teach Your Robot New Tricks
- Georgia Tech
Sometimes Quickest Path Is Not Straight Line
- Mass. Institute of Tech.
'Nuclear Clock' Much Better than Atomic Clock
- U. of New South Wales
LED Converts Heat into Light at 200% Efficiency
- Physics World
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