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January 2007
SCIENCE
SPACE
EARTH SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
AVIATION
Small Changes in 1918 Pandemic Virus Knocks Out Transmission
Jan. 31, 2007
ODU Researchers Discover Unusual Defenses of Asian Snakes
Jan. 30, 2007
Enzyme plays dual role in cancer spread
Jan. 29, 2007
Cholera Pathogen Reveals How Bacteria Generate Energy To Live
Jan. 29, 2007
Disabling key protein may give physicians time to treat pneumonic plague
Jan. 26, 2007
Rapid Response to Avian Flu Threat
Jan. 26, 2007
Molecular Link between Inflammation and Cancer Discovered
Jan. 26, 2007
Researchers propose reason for severe side-effects of Northwick Park clinical trial
Jan. 25, 2007
Turning a Cellular Sentinel into a Cancer Killer
Jan. 24, 2007
Silicon Medicines May Be Effective in Humans
Jan. 24, 2007
Physicists Develop Test for ‘String Theory’
Jan. 23, 2007
Toxin-binding protein linked to cardiovascular health
Jan. 23, 2007
Discovery could lead to new therapies for autoimmune diseases
Jan. 22, 2007
Rice breakthrough could prevent multiple fibrotic diseases
Jan. 22, 2007
Bats in Flight Reveal Unexpected Aerodynamics
Jan. 19, 2007
UCLA and NYU Microbiologists Decipher the Genome of the Parasite That Causes the Sexually Transmitted Disease Trichomoniasis
Jan. 17, 2007
Study Uncovers a Lethal Secret of 1918 Influenza Virus
Jan. 17, 2007
Quantum Biology: Powerful Computer Models Reveal Key Biological Mechanism
Jan. 16, 2007
Natural gut hormone offers hope for new obesity drug
Jan. 15, 2007
Scientists Discover a New Risk Factor for Alzheimer's
Jan. 14, 2007
Zooming in on a Molecular Relay
Jan. 14, 2007
Earliest Evidence Of Modern Humans In Europe Discovered By International Team
Jan. 11, 2007
Scientists discover new class of RNA
Jan. 11, 2007
A New Target for the Treatment of Breast Cancer:
Berkeley Scientists Find A Potential New Way for Stopping Tumor Proliferation
Jan. 11, 2007
Early-to-Bed Mouse Illuminates Workings of Circadian Clock
Jan. 11, 2007
Tiny Laboratory Enables Huge Leaps in Mapping Protein Function
Jan. 11, 2007
Rensselaer Team Develops Novel Opioid Receptor Compounds Licensed to Alkermes, Inc.
Jan. 10, 207
CDF precision measurement of W-boson mass suggests a lighter Higgs particle
Jan. 09, 2007
Peptide targets latent papilloma virus infections
Jan. 03, 2007
The Molecular Cascade of Stress
Jan. 02, 2007
Growing New Limbs the Zebrafish Way
Jan. 02, 2007
How SMART-1 has made European space exploration smarter
Jan. 31, 2007
A Textbook Supernova
Jan. 30, 2007
Dig deeper to find Martian life
Jan. 30, 2007
NASA Helps Space Telescope Camera "Squint" for a Better View of Galaxies
Jan. 24, 2007
The jet stream of Titan
Jan. 24, 2007
Big Red Eye is Ready
Jan. 18, 2007
Integral sees the Galactic center playing hide and seek
Jan. 18, 2007
Fly me to the moon
Jan. 16, 2007
Yerkes Observatory initiates Astrophysics Academy for Young Scientists
Jan. 16, 2007
SOHO prepares for comet McNaught
Jan. 11, 2007
Hubble Sees Star Cluster "Infant Mortality"
Jan. 10, 2007
Light Echo at Galactic Center: Chandra Discovers Light Echo from the Milky Way's Black Hole
Jan. 10, 2007
Famous Space Pillars Feel the Heat of Star's Explosion
Jan. 09, 2007
Kepler's Supernova Remnant: A Star's Death Comes to Life
Jan. 09, 2007
Astronomers Map a Hypergiant Star's Massive Outbursts
Jan. 08, 2006
New stars shed light on the past
Jan. 08, 2007
Gas Giants Form Quickly
Jan. 08, 2007
The Birth of a Planet
Jan. 07, 2007
First 3D map of the Universe’s Dark Matter scaffolding
Jan. 07, 2007
DEM L238 and DEM L249: X-ray Evidence Supports Possible New Class Of Supernova
Jan. 04, 2007
The Milky Way: a Growing Galactic Family
Jan. 03, 2007
Black hole boldly goes where no black hole has gone before
Jan. 03, 2007
 
Reintroducing wolves to Highlands may benefit Scottish ecosystems
Jan. 31, 2007
MERIS chlorophyll data proves positive
Jan. 30, 2007
Nation's Newest USAF Environmental Satellite Begins Operation
Jan. 29, 2007
ESA POLinSAR 2007: Imaging forests in 3-D
Jan. 29, 2007
Beyond Greening
Jan. 29, 2007
MIT-led panel backs 'heat mining' as key U.S. energy source
Jan. 22, 2007
UW-Madison acquires rare plant from dinosaur age
Jan. 11, 2007
Bringing together Earth and sky imagery
Jan. 11, 2007
Atmospheric research from the top of the world
Jan. 09, 2007
ESA launches new project to protect biodiversity
Jan. 09, 2006
New research shows larval fish use smell to return to coral reefs
Jan. 08, 2007
Chemistry of Volcanic Fallout Reveals Secrets of Past Eruptions
Jan. 04, 2007
European Union Outpaces United States on Chemical Safety
Jan. 02, 2007
 
Finding May Unshackle the Potential of Composite Materials
Jan. 31, 2007
Origami Lens Slims High Resolution Cameras
Jan. 30, 2007
Scientists create wrinkled polymer 'skin'
Jan. 26, 2007
A Boost for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Research
Jan. 25, 2007
UCLA, Caltech Chemists Report the Creation of Large-Scale Molecular Memory, an Important Step Toward Building Molecular Computer
Jan. 24, 2007
Hydrogen-Powered Lawnmowers?
Jan. 22, 2007
Sandia develops next generation of screening devices
Jan. 22, 2007
Northrop Grumman Supplies TouchTable® Technology to CNN's 'The Situation Room'
Jan. 22, 2007
Nanocomposite research yields strong and stretchy fibers
Jan. 19, 2007
Sandia computer simulation monitors traffic in contraband nuclear material
Jan. 17, 2007
Nanotechnology shows promise as next wrinkle fighter
Jan. 15, 2007
A hot idea for insulating tiny batteries
Jan. 10, 2007
Cheaper LEDs from ZnO Nanowire Research
Jan. 03, 2007
General Atomics Scientists Use Cray X1E Supercomputer at ORNL to Make Important Advance in Fusion Research
Jan. 02, 2007
 
Lockheed Martin Readies for Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle at NASA's Kennedy Space Center
Jan. 30, 2007
Boeing KC-767 Tanker Completes First Contact With Receiver
Jan. 24, 2007
Boeing Awarded Contract for Next Generation V-22 Hydraulic Automated Test System
Jan. 23, 2007
Boeing Awarded Contract for 126 Remanufactured AH-64D Apache Longbow Helicopters
Jan. 18, 2007
Boeing Delivers Wing Set for 100th F-22 Raptor Ahead of Schedule
Jan. 16, 2007
Boeing Begins Delivery of New AH-64DHA Apache Longbows for Greece
Jan. 16, 2007
Boeing Completes Delivery of Remanufactured AH-64D Apaches for Egypt
Jan. 04, 2007
Boeing Secures Key Role in U.S.-Australian Hypersonics Research Program
Jan. 04, 2006
Boeing Awarded U.S. Army Contracts for CH-47F Chinook Helicopters
Jan. 03, 2006
 
February 2007
SCIENCE
SPACE
EARTH SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
AVIATION
Scientists Expand Microbe "Gene Language"
Feb. 28, 2007
Watching a Biological Jigsaw Puzzle Come Together
Feb. 27, 2007
Common Ingredient in Big Macs and Sodas Can Stabilize Gold Nanoparticles for Medical Use, Researchers Find
Feb. 26, 2007
New Functional Atlas Gives the 411 on Gene Partners
Feb. 21, 2007
Master switch’ for plant sex life could lead to more food and less hayfever
Feb. 21, 2007
Picower study points to a genetic link for schizophrenia
Feb. 20, 2007
Adult Stem Cells Decide the Fate of Their Daughters
Feb. 16, 2007
Unscrambling the Gibbon Genome
Feb. 16, 2007
Theory aims to describe fundamental properties of materials
Feb. 15, 2007
CDC Report Provides First State-Specific Data on Persons Living with Heart Disease
Feb. 15, 2007
Mice Cloned from Skin Cells
Feb. 12, 2007
Breakthrough in understanding type-2 diabetes as key genes identified
Feb. 11, 2007
Shedding New Light on Proteorhodopsin
Feb. 09, 2007
Nanotechnology meets biology and DNA finds its groove
Feb. 08, 2007
Machine Learning Could Speed Up Radiation Therapy for Cancer Patients
Feb. 07, 2007
Man-made Proteins Could Be More Useful than Real Ones
Feb. 06, 2007
Genetic Defections
Feb. 06, 2007
Male-killing bacteria makes female butterflies more promiscuous
Feb. 06, 2007
The NASA/ESA Hubble Telescope Celebrates Supernova 1987’s 20th Anniversary
Feb. 22, 2007
XMM-Newton reveals a magnetic surprise
Feb. 22, 2007
NASA's Spitzer First To Crack Open Light of Faraway Worlds
Feb. 21, 2007
Spitzer Seeks Out Milky Way Dark Matter
Feb. 21, 2007
Integral points to the fastest spinning neutron star
Feb. 16, 2007
First X-ray detection of a colliding-wind binary beyond the Milky Way
Feb. 16, 2007
The Eagle Nebula (M16): Peering Into the Pillars Of Creation
Feb. 15, 2007
The colorful demise of a Sun-like star
Feb. 13, 2007
IceCube telescope construction exceeds season goals
Feb. 13, 2007
Comets Clash at Heart of Helix Nebula
Feb. 12, 2007
Magnetic Explosions in the Distant Universe
Feb. 08, 2007
Universe contains more calcium than expected
Feb 06, 2007
 
New evidence that global warming fuels stronger Atlantic hurricanes
Feb. 28, 2007
Northwest Atlantic Ocean Ecosystems Experiencing Large Climate-Related Changes
Feb. 26, 2007
Lizards Shout Against a Noisy Background to Get Points Across
Feb. 25, 2007
Homing behavior in baby snakes
Feb. 20, 2007
From Farm Waste to Fuel Tanks
Feb. 16, 2007
Shaky Ground
Feb. 14, 2007
Panel reviews economics of climate change
Feb. 13, 2007
Researcher Seeks 'Missing Piece' in Climate Change Models
Feb. 13, 2007
NASA Study Finds Warmer Future Could Bring Droughts
Feb. 12, 2007
Adaptation to Global Climate Change is an Essential Response to a Warming Planet
Feb. 08, 2007
Storing carbon dioxide below ground may prevent polluting above
Feb. 07, 2007
Satellites and Sea Lions: Working Together to Improve Ocean Model
Feb. 06, 2007
 
Sandia searches for unexploded ordnance
Feb. 21, 2007
Engineers create new mirror for high-performance optics
Feb. 13, 2007
Sandia helps develop new wind turbine blade design
Feb. 07, 2007
MIT 'optics on a chip' may revolutionize telecom, computing
Feb. 06, 2007
 
Boeing Delivers C-40C Transport to U.S. Air Force Reserve Command
Feb. 28, 2007
Air New Zealand Places Third Order for Boeing 787 Dreamliners
Feb. 19, 2007
Boeing's New CH-47F Chinook Helicopter Begins Operational Test Flights with U.S. Army
Feb. 19, 2007
'CATBird' Avionics Test Bed Achieves Initial Goals; F-35 Lightning II Logs Flight Progress
Feb. 13, 2007
Lockheed Martin WndTracer Provides Wake Vortex Detection Tracking at German Airport
Feb. 13, 2007
Lockheed Martin F-22 Named Collier Trophy Winner
Feb. 08, 2007
Boeing Demonstrates Increased Capabilities on B-1 Bomber
Feb. 06, 2007
 
March 2007
SCIENCE
SPACE
EARTH SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
AVIATION
Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise For Rescuing Deteriorating Vision
Mar. 28, 2007
Dinosaur extinction didn't cause the rise of present-day mammals, claim researchers
Mar. 28, 2007
Widely Used Iron Nanoparticles Exhibit Toxic Effects on Cells
Mar. 28, 2007
MRI Detects Most Missed Opposite Breast Cancers in Women
Mar. 28, 2007
Scientists Discover Concept Cells For “Nest” In The Mouse Brain
Mar. 27, 2007
The root of dyscalculia found
Mar. 27, 2007
Community-based measures fail to reduce HIV levels, new study shows
Mar. 27, 2007
Computerized Reminders Boost Mammography Screening Rates
Mar. 26, 2007
Targeting tumors the natural way
Mar. 26, 2007
UBC researchers find new superbug weapon for near-empty antibiotics arsenal
Mar. 26, 2007
Mayo Clinic Says New Process to Treat Heart Patients Quickly Saves Lives, Heart Damage
Mar. 26, 2007
Ultrathin films deliver DNA as possible gene therapy tool
Mar. 26, 2007
U.S. Tuberculosis Cases at All-Time Low; Drug Resistance Remains a Threat
Mar. 22, 2007
MU Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Improves Leg Deformities in Abused Tiger
Mar. 22, 2007
Genetic Studies Endow Mice with New Color Vision
Mar. 22, 2007
UCLA Scientists Create Each Letter of the Alphabet at the Microscale; Research Could Lead to Tiny Devices
Mar. 21, 2007
No sex for 40 million years? No problem.
Mar. 19, 2007 (03/20/07 UTC)
Study: Prions likely more mobile in alkaline soils
Mar. 19, 2007
Combing Through HIV's Family Tree for Ways to Block "Immune Escape"
Mar. 19, 2007
UBC Discovery May Lead to “Smart” Therapies for Breast, Ovarian Cancer
Mar. 19, 2007
Ice created in nanoseconds by Sandia’s Z machine
Mar. 15, 2007
Acute Viral Hepatitis Cases Down
Mar. 15, 2007
Cancer Radiation Treatment: Not Just for Humans Anymore
Mar. 15, 2007
Climate change crisis at the medieval city of Angkor
Mar. 14, 2007
Paleontologists Discover New Mammal from Mesozoic Era
Mar. 14, 2007
Biologists Develop Large Gene Dataset for Rice Plant
Mar. 13, 2007
UCLA Study Reports Viagra Drug May Help Improve Exercise Capacity in Pulmonary Fibrosis Patients
Mar.12, 2007
These Legs were Made for Fighting
Mar. 12, 2007
Chromium 6: A Killer Compound With An Improbable Trigger
Mar. 12, 2007
Bacterial Walls Come Tumbling Down
Mar. 08, 2007
Researchers Learn What Sparks Plant Growth
Mar. 07, 2007
For Easy Tasks, Brain Preps and Decides Together
Mar. 06, 2006
Ovarian Cancer May Mimic Fallopian Tube Formation
Mar. 06, 2007
Scientists Genetically Engineer Tomatoes with Enhanced Folate Content
Mar. 05, 2007
UBC researcher finds new way to treat devastating fungal infections
Mar. 05, 2007
The Sensational Brain
Mar. 05, 2007
Fruitfly Model Mimics Genetic Instability of Human Neurodegenerative Diseases
Mar. 01, 2007
Single Genetic Defect Causes Early Heart Disease
Mar. 01, 2007
The Impossible Siblings
Mar. 29, 2007
Galaxy Collision Causes Role Reversal
Mar. 29, 2007
NASA Telescope Finds Planets Thrive Around Stellar Twins
Mar. 29, 2007
The Purple Rose of Virgo
Mar. 28, 2007
Fingerprinting the Milky Way
Mar. 22, 2007
Enceladus geysers mask the length of Saturn’s day
Mar. 22, 2007
NASA Mars Rover Churns Up Questions With Sulfur-Rich Soil
Mar. 14, 2007
Star Family Seen Through Dusty Fog
Mar. 13, 2007
Bootes Field: New Panorama Reveals More Than a Thousand Black Holes
Mar. 12, 2007
NASA Mission Finds Link Between Big and Small Stellar Blasts
Mar. 07, 2007
Hubble Pans Across Heavens to Harvest 50,000 Evolving Galaxies
Mar. 06, 2007
Hubble Sees 'Comet Galaxy' Being Ripped Apart By Galaxy Cluster
Mar. 02, 2007
 
Abrupt Climate Change Far More Common Than Previously Thought
Mar. 30, 2007
Sandia researchers help to understand climate change
Mar. 29, 2007
Manure as Fuel
Mar. 29, 2007
Space Data Unveils Evidence Of Ancient Mega-Lake In Northern Darfur
Mar. 28, 2007
Global Warming Forecasts Creation, Loss of Climate Zones
Mar. 26, 2007
New evidence puts 'Snowball Earth' theory out in the cold
Mar. 23, 2007
Cool' Science: JPL Observes International Polar Year
Mar. 21, 2007
First greenhouse gas animations produced using Envisat SCIAMACHY data
Mar. 20, 2007
Suicide: unexpected coral killer
Mar. 19, 2007
Cold is Hot in evolution: UBC Researchers Debunk Belief Species Evolve Faster in Tropics
Mar. 15, 2007
New link shown between genetics, climate change and population growth in sheep
Mar. 15, 2007
Scientists Explain Source of Tiny Tremors Emanating from Fault Zones
Mar. 15, 2007
Big Picture for Small Borers
Mar. 14, 2007
Program to replenish eelgrass in New England invigorates food chain and educates students
Mar. 12, 2007
How Plants Manage Calcium May Reduce Effects of Acid Rain
Mar. 08, 2007
Scientists Uncover Link Between Ocean's Chemical Processes and Microscopic Floating Plants
Mar. 07, 2007
Gene sequencing advance bolsters biofuels potential
Mar. 06, 2007
The penalty of having a sister - why sibling sex matters for male saiga antelopes
Mar. 06, 2007
Co-engineers share designs on clean water
Mar. 05, 2007
 
Sandia handheld instrument assesses dental disease in minutes
Mar. 29, 2007
Harnessing New Frequencies
Mar. 28, 2007
Gold, Copper Nanoparticles Take Center Stage in the Search for Hydrogen Production Catalysts
Mar. 28,
Packet Dropping and a Reinvented Internet
Mar. 19, 2007
Cray XT3 Supercomputer Enables Addition of Black Holes to Models of the Cosmos
Mar. 19, 2007
Combating Friction and Stiction
Mar. 16, 2007
Bausch & Lomb and Clarkson's Shipp Will Develop New Contact Lens Materials
Mar. 15, 2007
UW-Madison Stellerator a step forward in plasma research
Mar. 09, 2007
Novel Biosensor
Mar. 08, 2007
UCSD Develops 8-element 6-18 ghz Phased Array Chip
Mar. 07, 2007
New Coating Is Virtual Black Hole for Reflections
Mar. 02, 2007
Plastic electronics innovation wins top prize
Mar. 01, 2007
 
Boeing Prepares Fuel Cell Demonstrator Airplane for Ground and Flight Testing
Mar. 27, 2007
Boeing Unveils Improved Access Features on the 787
Mar. 26, 2007
Boeing JDAM Scores Direct Hit in Extended Range Tests
Mar. 19, 2007
Boeing-led Airborne Laser Team Fires Tracking Laser at Airborne Target
Mar. 18, 2007
Boeing Delivers 200th T-45 Trainer to U.S. Navy
Mar. 16, 2007
Boeing 777-300ERs Selected by Philippine Airlines
Mar. 15, 2007
Boeing, Volga-Dnepr Group Announce Order for Five 747-8 Freighters
Mar. 12, 2007
Boeing KC-767 Tanker Offloads Fuel to F-15E
Mar. 09, 2007
Boeing to Supply Six 767 Freighters to Re-fleet DHL U.S. Operations
Mar. 08, 2007
Boeing Prepares U.S. Air Force Crews for C-130 AMP
Mar. 07, 2007
Boeing-built AH-64D Apache Longbow Helicopters Make Debut in Kuwait
Mar. 06, 2007
Boeing Announces C-17 Line May End in mid-2009; Stops Procurement of Long-lead Parts
Mar. 02, 2007
 
April 2007
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SPACE
EARTH SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
AVIATION
Area of brain controlling the body’s response to exercise identified
Apr. 30, 2007
Enhanced Environment Restores Memory in Mice with Neurodegeneration
Apr. 29, 2007
How rogue proteins lead to BSE
Apr. 27, 2007
Arming The Fight Against Resistant Bacteria
Apr. 27, 2007
Mutant Mouse's Internal Clock Works Overtime
Apr. 27, 2007
New Gene Discovered In Human Stem Cells May Benefit Transplant Patients
Apr. 27, 2007
Sandia Decon Formulation, Best Known As An Anthrax Killer, Takes On Household Mold
Apr. 27, 2007
Reconsidering Dynamin's Role in Nerve Cell Function
Apr. 27, 2007
Mayo Clinic Study Finds Heart Transplant Patients Benefit from New Approach to Immunosuppression
Apr. 26, 2007
U.S. Chemistry Forecast: 'partly Cloudy, Chance Of Showers'
Apr. 25, 2007
Researchers Find Ways to Reduce Side Effects in the Treatment of Damaging Protein Plaques
Apr. 24, 2007
Bucky's brother: the boron buckyball makes its debut
Apr. 23, 2007
Prehistoric mystery organism verified as giant fungus
Apr. 23, 2007
Gene study shows three distinct groups of chimpanzees
Apr. 23, 2007
Crab Shells and Fungi May Hold a Key to Asthma
Apr. 22, 2007
Mayo Clinic Discovers DNA Repair as Key to Huntington's Disease
Apr. 22, 2007
Being Bad is Best for Bacteria
Apr. 21, 2007
Researchers Discover Key to Memory Storage in Brain
Apr. 19, 2007
Words, Combined with Beliefs, Can Activate Behaviors Associated with Drinking, says MU Researchers
Apr. 19, 2007
Seeing the Brain in a New Light
Apr. 18, 2007
Shelling out successful research
Apr. 17, 2007
"Bird Flu" Genome Study Shows New Strains, Western Spread
Apr. 17, 2007
Developing A Revolution In Medical Testing
Apr. 17, 2007
Tiger Suffers Setback in Recovery, Euthanized
Apr. 16, 2007
Gene That Governs Toxin Production In Deadly Mold Found
Apr. 13, 2007
UQ Gets In Sync With Australian Synchrotron
Apr. 13, 2007
Genetic link to obesity identified
Apr. 13, 2007
Ancient T. rex and Mastodon Protein Fragments Discovered, Sequenced
Apr. 13, 2007
Quantum Secrets of Photosynthesis Revealed
Apr. 12, 2007
New polio vaccine is three times more effective than standard vaccine
Apr. 12, 2007
A Genetic "Gang of Four" Drives Spread of Breast Cancer
Apr. 11, 2007
Misclassified for Centuries, Medicinal Leeches Found to Be Three Distinct Species
Apr. 11, 2007
Mayo Clinic Solves Painful Puzzle of UT Ligament "Split Tear" in Wrist
Apr. 11, 2007
Progress Against Sarcoma
Apr. 09, 2007
"Combination" Lyme Disease Vaccine Proteins Patented
Apr. 09, 2007
Why Small Dogs are Small
Apr. 06, 2007
Dog study sheds new light on why dietary restriction can lead to a longer life
Apr. 06, 2007
Structural Biology Reveals How T Cells Recognize Transplanted Tissue
Apr. 06, 2007
Unresolved Loss in New Mothers Can Lead to Frightening Behavior
Apr. 05, 2007
In Young Mice, Gregariousness Seems To Reside In The Genes
Apr. 04, 2007
UW Study Shows Pomegranate Juice May Help Fight Lung Cancer
Apr. 04, 2007
New study tracks the spread of bird flu between farms
Apr. 03, 2007
Sandia researchers take new approach to studying how cells respond to pathogens
Apr. 03, 2007
With Rat Genome As Guide, Human Breast Cancer Risk Refined
Apr. 02, 2007
Picky-eater Flies Losing Smell Genes
Apr. 02, 2007
Public health interventions could cut deaths in event of flu pandemic, say researchers
Apr. 02, 2007
Sombrero Galaxy:
A Great Observatories View
Apr. 30, 2007
Climate Catastrophes in the Solar System
Apr. 26, 2007
Astronomers Find First Earth-like Planet in Habitable Zone
Apr. 25, 2007
Hubble’s 17th anniversary
Apr. 24, 2007
Intergalactic Polluters
Apr. 20, 2007
Dark Matter Haloes Favor Frisbee Over Rugby
Apr. 20, 2007
Giant Pipe Organ In The Solar Atmosphere
Apr. 19, 2007
Astronomers Map Out Planetary Danger Zone
Apr. 18, 2007
Radio Active Brown Dwarfs Are A New Class Of Pulsar
Apr. 18, 2007
Astronomers Make Super-Detailed Image Of Giant Stellar Nursery
Apr. 18, 2007
Mapping The Invisible: Dark Matter Charted Out To Five Billion Light Years
Apr. 17, 2007
Red Supergiant Cauldrons Let Off Steam
Apr. 17, 2007
Hubble Space Telescope Reveals The Aftermath Of "Star Wars"
Apr. 17, 2007
Red Square Nebula Revealed
Apr. 13, 2007
The Seven Sisters Pose for Spitzer
Apr. 12, 2007
Chandra Sees Remarkable Eclipse of Black Hole
Apr. 12, 2007
NASA Shows Future Space Telescopes Could Detect Earth Twin
Apr. 11, 2007
Purple Palm Trees on Alien Worlds?
Apr. 11, 2007
Mystery spiral arms explained?
Apr. 10, 2007
X-Ray Satellites Catch Magnetar In Gigantic Stellar ‘Hiccup’
Apr. 04, 2007
Hubble’s view of barred spiral galaxy NGC 1672
Apr. 03, 2007
 
Ocean's "Twilight Zone" May Be a Key to Understanding Climate Change
Apr. 27, 2007
Researcher Finds Negative Effects of Colonization on Slash-and-Burn Farming Method in Western Borneo
Apr. 25, 2007
Study Traces Delay In North American Monsoon To Pacific Ocean Warming
Apr. 23, 2007
Earth’S First Rain Forest Unearthed
Apr. 23, 2007
New Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents, Life Form Discovered
Apr. 18, 2007
Scientists Track Impact of Asian Dust and Pollution on Clouds, Climate Change
Apr. 18, 2007
NASA Aims to Clear Up Mystery of Elusive Clouds at Edge Of Space
Apr. 11, 2007
Behavioral tests probe ray and shark color vision
Apr. 10, 2007
Unusual appearance of watermelon virus in Indiana poses little threat
Apr. 09, 2007
Reef "at risk in climate change"
Apr. 07, 2007
Thirty-Two Mile Cable Installed for First Deep-Sea Observatory
Apr. 04, 2007
Shark Pups Open Eyes And Change Fins Early
Apr. 03, 2007

 
New Materials for Making “Spintronic” Devices
Apr. 25, 2007
Rapid-fire pulse brings Sandia Z method closer to goal of high-yield fusion reactor
Apr. 24, 2007
Why Nanowires Make Great Photodetectors
Apr. 23, 2007
Meet The Nano-Nauts: Smart Dust Swarms For Planetary Exploration
Apr. 20, 2007
Scientists Design New Super-Hard Material
Apr. 19, 2007
Researchers Use Smallest Pipette to Reveal Freezing “Dance” of Nanoscale Drops
Apr. 15, 2007
Nanotextured Implant Materials: Blending in, Not Fighting Back
Apr. 09, 2007
Boeing Successfully Tests First SBInet Mobile Sensor Tower
Apr. 04, 2007
Gibbs Technologies And Lockheed Martin To Develop High Speed Amphibious Vehicles For Military Use
Apr. 02, 2007
 
Newest Navy Aircraft Unveiled by Northrop Grumman
Apr. 30, 2007
First Major Assembly for Boeing 787 Dreamliner Delivered to Everett
Apr. 25, 2007
Boeing and Virgin Atlantic Announce 787 Order, Environmental Partnership
Apr. 24, 2007
Boeing, Aviation Capital Group Announce Order for 20 Airplanes
Apr. 23, 2007
Boeing-Insitu ScanEagle UAV Logs 1,000 Combat Flight Hours with Australian Army
Apr. 20, 2007
Boeing KC-767 Tanker Extends Wing Refueling Hoses for First Time
Apr. 19, 2007
Boeing Submits KC-767 Advanced Tanker Proposal to U.S. Air Force
Apr. 11, 2007
Northrop Grumman's First Next-Generation Global Hawk Makes Maiden Flight
Apr. 10, 2007
New Global Hawk Block 20 Unmanned Aerial System Fuselage Exceeds U.S. Air Force Strength, Safety Requirements
Apr. 09, 2007
F-35 Will Bring 5Th Generation Capability To Navy
Apr. 02, 2007
 
May 2007
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Muscle Repair Depends on Multiple Cell Types
May 31, 2007
Mutant Parasites, Unable To Infect Hosts, Highlight Virulence Genes
May 30, 2007
Scientists Discover New Breast Cancer Gene Regions
May 29, 2007
Lithium Eases Symptoms of Fatal Neurological Disorder
May 28, 2007
Analysis Reveals Extent of DNA Repair Army
May 24, 2007
Research May Yield Improved Treatment For Diseased Lungs
May 24, 2007
Hepatitis B Patients’ Understanding of Infection and Treatment Deficient
May 24, 2007
Sciatica' Isn't Serious, but the Pain Can Be
May 24, 2007
Plants That Produce More Vitamin C May Result From UCLA-Dartmouth Advance in Molecular Biology
May 23, 2007
Model Methanogens
May 23, 2007
Kidney Cancer Shuts Down Protein Destruction Complex
May 18, 2007
Lowering Body Temperature Could Aid Standard Stroke Treatment
May 17, 2007
UW Establishes Stem Cell And Regenerative Medicine Center
May 17, 2007
Childhood Environment Influences Reproductive Function
May 15, 2007
Growing Nerve Cells in 3-D Dramatically Affects Gene Expression
May 15, 2007
Neuroscientists Edge Closer To Decoding Brain Repair
May 15, 2007
An Aspirin A Day Keeps Colon Cancer Away
May 11, 2007
Cataloging the Structural Variations in Human Genetics
May 10, 2007
Toxoplasmosis Infection Trick Revealed By Scientists
May 10, 2007
Discovery May Help Eliminate Debilitating Skin Disease in Horses
May 09, 2007
Warts vaccine: one of many in pipeline
May 09, 2007
Seeing Genes That Control Cell Division
May 08, 2007
Meditation May Fine-Tune Control Over Attention
May 08, 2007
DNA Links Aborigines To African Walkabout
May 08, 2007
Research Heralds Vaccine Technology Breakthrough
May 07, 2007
SUMO Wrestling In The Brain
May 07, 2007
Side-Effect Of Radiation Treatment Offers New Hope For Preventing Transplant Rejection
May 07, 2007
Scientists Offer New View of Photosynthesis
May 07, 2007
New Technique Dissects Stem Cells' Picky Likes, Dislikes
May 04, 2007
The Brain Can Rapidly Reorganize To Recover From Damage
May 04, 2007
Gene Helps Distinguish Self from Non-Self During Neural Development
May 04, 2007
Generating Pressures At The Cores Of Giant Planets
May 03, 2007
UCLA Researchers Discover Link Between Parkinson’s and Narcolepsy
May 03, 2007
U.S. Control Strategies May Make Flu Epidemics Worse, UCLA Study Shows
May 03, 2007
Vigorous Exercise Keeps People Thin with Age
May 03, 2007
X-Ray Holograms Reveal Secret Magnetism
May 03, 2007
New Bacteria Test Could Improve Quality of Fruit and Vegetable Juice
May 03, 2007
Lab-on-a-Chip Device from Berkeley Lab to Speed Proteomics Research
May 02, 2007
Young Male Epilepsy Patients With Normal Bone Density Scores at Risk of Vertebral Compression Fractures
May 02, 2007
Researchers Identify New Therapy for Patients with Crohn's Disease
May 01, 2007
Study Puts Us One Step Closer To Understanding The Function Of Sleep
May 01, 2007
Gazing up at the Man in the Star?
May 31, 2007
Chronicle of a Death Foretold
May 31, 207
NASA Space Telescope Gives Scientists Depth Perception
May 30, 2007
Why Are Galaxies Without Black Holes Uncommon?
May 30, 2007
Magnetic Field Uses Sound Waves to Ignite Sun's Ring of Fire
May 29, 2007
Hubble photographs grand spiral galaxy Messier 81
May 28, 2007
Spitzer Nets Thousands of Galaxies in a Giant Cluster
May 28, 2007
A Brown Dwarf Joins the Jet-Set
May 24, 2007
Andromeda Galaxy (M31): A New Look at a Close Neighbor
May 22, 2007
Baby Stars Hatching in Orion's Head
May 17, 2007
New Technique For ‘Weighing’ Black Holes
May 16, 2007
Hubble Finds Ring Of Dark Matter
May 15, 2007
Cluster Makes A Shocking Discovery
May 14, 2007
Mission Could Seek Out Spock's Home Planet
May 10, 2007
NASA Finds Extremely Hot Planet, Makes First Exoplanet Weather Map
May 09, 2007
Venus Express’ infrared camera goes filming
May 07, 2007
NASA Antenna Cuts Mercury to Core, Solves 30 Year Mystery
May 03, 2007
Hubble finds multiple stellar “baby booms” in a globular cluster
May 02, 2007
Spitzer Spies Jet-Setting Stars
May 01, 2007
 
New Research Shows Sharks Use Their Noses And Bodies To Locate Smells
May 30, 2007
NASA Satellites Bolster Research on Barren Mid-Ocean Regions
May 22, 2007
Follow the "Green" Brick Road?
May 22, 2007
Study Warns Deep Sea Mining May Pose Serious Threat To Fragile Marine Ecosystems
May 18, 2007
UC San Diego Selected to Design, Build Cyberinfrastructure for Ocean Observatories
May 16, 2007
NASA Finds Vast Regions of West Antarctica Melted in Recent Past
May 15, 2007
Real-Time Seismic Monitor Installed on Growing Underwater Volcano
May 11, 2007
UC Davis Rebuilding Honey Bee Program: Bee Breeder and Geneticist Susan Cobey Joins UC Davis Team
May 10, 2007
Marine Weed Threatens Waterways
May 10, 2007
Researchers Examine the Environmental Effects of Silver Nanoparticles
May 09, 2007
Transcontinental Wildfire Emissions Monitored From Space
May 08, 2007
Can Nemo Find His Way Home?
May 03, 2007
Resident Bacteria May Help Clean Phosphorous From Lakes
May 02, 2007
 
New Method for Making Improved Radiation Detectors
May 31, 2007
Three Wishes for a Future Internet? GENI Project Will Soon Be At Your Command
May 21, 2007
Television Just Got Brighter
May 18, 2007
Penn Physicists Develop a Carbon Nanotube Aeroegel Optimizing Strength, Shape and Conductivity
May 17, 2007
Invention To Make Parabolic Trough Solar Collector Systems More Energy Efficient
May 15, 2007
Sandia’s Unattended Water Sensor Capable Of 24/7 Detection Of Toxins, Bacteria In Water Supplies
May 09, 2007
Swarmy Saves The Day
May 02, 2007
New Sandia Sensor To Have Applications In Homeland Defense, Safeguarding Warfighters, Clinical Diagnostics
May 02, 2007
Brewing A Sustainable Energy Solution
May 02, 2007
 
Boeing Delivers First C-17 to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware
May 31, 2007
Boeing Business Jets Debuts Interior Concepts for Its Largest Luxury Jet
May 23, 2007
Boeing 777 Fleet Reaches 1 Million Flights under Extended Operations Rules
May 14, 2007
Boeing Awarded F-16 Mission Training Center Contract
May 09, 2007
Boeing, Panama's Copa Airlines Announce Order for Four 737-800s
May 02, 2007
 
June 2007
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Domestic Cat's ‘Five Lives’ Could Help Save Wild Relatives
June 29, 2007
SSRI Antidepressants Do Not Pose Major Birth Defect Risk
June 27, 2007
'CARS' Imaging Reveals Clues To Myelin Damage
June 27, 2007
Gene Deficiency is a Protective Barrier to Obesity
June 26, 2007
Gut Check: Tracking the Ecosystem Within Us
June 25, 2007
Laboratory Experiments Take the Express Route to Evolution
June 25, 2007
Revealed: Mosquito Genes That Could Be Controlling The Spread Of Killer Viruses
June 21, 2007
Hepatitis B Drug Can Compromise HIV Treatment
June 20, 2007
Discovery in Fish May Aid Human Blood Cell Transplants
June 20, 2007
Does Stimulant Treatment for ADHD Increase Risk of Drug Abuse?
June 18, 2007
Exploring the Dark Matter of the Genome
June 14, 2007
Early "Roadrunner" Dinosaur Discovered
June 14, 2007
Cancer Death Rates Remain High Decades After Exposure To Arsenic, New Study Finds
June 13, 2007
The Wake-Up Cell
June 12, 2007
Training Future Scientists the Posse Way
June 08, 2007
DNA Damage To Stem Cells Is Central To Aging
June 08, 2007
Sensitive Genetic Analysis Reveals Vast Changes Associated with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
June 07, 2007
Researchers at UCLA Develop New Nanomaterials to Deliver Anticancer Drugs to Kill Cancer Cells
June 07, 2007
Largest Ever Study Of Genetics Of Common Diseases Published
June 07, 2007
Agonized Pose Tells Of Dinosaur Death Throes
June 06, 2007
Scientists Create Embryonic Stem Cells Without Destroying Embryos
June 06, 2007
Hormone Ignites the Body's Fat-Burning Furnace
June 06, 2007
Scientist Working To Understand Why Stroke Causes Vision Problems
June 06, 2007
Discovery Of Oldest Human Decorations Thought To Be 82,000 Years Old
June 05, 2007
Study Reveals Primates, and Their Neurons, in the Act of Reasoning
June 05, 2007
Researchers Find Mechanisms that May Unlock Answers to Alzheimer's Disease
June 04, 2007
What Did Dinosaurs Hear?
June 01, 2007
Signaling Molecules Videotaped Delivering Messages in Cells
June 01, 2007
Physicist Says Testing Technique for Gravitomagnetic Field is Ineffective
June 01, 2007
Jets From Neutron Star Rival Those Made By Black Holes
June 27, 2007
Radioactive Iron, A Window To The Stars
June 25, 2007
Eta Carinae: New View of Doomed Star
June 20, 2007
Astronomers Measure Mass of Largest Dwarf Planet
June 14, 2007
Strong Evidence That Mars Once Had An Ocean
June 13, 2007
Free from the Atmosphere
June 13, 2007
Boring Star May Mean Livelier Planet: UBC Astronomer
June 08, 2007
Space Scientists Gear Up For Mercury Mission Flyby Of Venus
June 04, 2007
Curiosities: After Rains, Why Do Worms Crawl Out Onto The Pavement And “Commit Suicide”?
June 29, 2007
NASA Satellite Captures First View of 'Night-Shining Clouds'
June 28, 2007
NASA Airborne Expedition Chases Climate, Ozone Questions
June 27, 2007
Why a Rocky Mountain High?
June 25, 2007
Geophysicists Detect A Molten Rock Layer Deep Below The American Southwest
June 22, 2007
In Nature, Proteins Sweep up Nanoparticles
June 14, 2007
Researchers to Study the Status of Black Bears in Missouri
June 13, 2007
Extreme Makeover — Nature Edition?
June 12, 2007
First Buoy to Monitor Ocean Acidification Launched
June 12, 2007
NASA Scientist Finds a New Way to the Center of the Earth
June 11, 2007
Wetlands Threatened by New EPA Guidance
June 11, 2007
Caribbean Frog Populations Started with Single, Ancient Voyage on South American Raft
June 08, 2007
Is Climate Change Fueling Disease? Ticks Suggest Otherwise
June 08, 2007
Columbine Flowers Develop Long Nectar Spurs in Response to Pollinators
June 06, 2007
Global Warning On Global Warming: A Turtle's Story
June 06, 2007
Lab Finds Earliest Signs Of Life On Earth
June 01, 2007
Bright Future for Nano-sized Light Source
June 28, 2007
Pairing Nanoparticles with Proteins
June 27, 2007
Maryland Professor Creates Desktop Supercomputer
June 26, 2007
U.S. Army’S New Lightweight, High-Caliber, Self-Propelled Cannon System
June 21, 2007
The Car That Diagnoses Its Own Servicing Needs
June 20, 2007
Invention May Allow Thirsty Crops To Signal Farmers
June 14, 2007
Breakthrough in Nanomachining and Organic Molecular Breakdown
June 14, 2007
Nanoparticles Unlock The Future Of Superalloy Metals
June 14, 2007
Boeing Delivers First New-Build Apache Longbow Helicopter to U.S. Army
June 20, 2007
Boeing's New CH-47F Chinook Helicopter Completes U.S. Army Operational Test Flights
June 18, 2007
Boeing Completes First Flight of A160T Hummingbird Unmanned Helicopter
June 18, 2007
Boeing Begins Mission System Flight Testing of First Australian Wedgetail Aircraft
June 13, 2007
Boeing Completes 50 Percent of 777 Freighter Design
June 11, 2007
Air Force Secretary Signs Memorandum To Improve F100, F110 Turbine Engines
June 05, 2007
Successful Design Review and Engine Test Bring Boeing X-51A Closer to Flight
June 01, 2007
July 2007

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Pets Could be Source of Multi-Resistant Bacteria Infections in Humans
July 31, 2007
Mayo Clinic Collaborative Study Finds Focused Ultrasound Treatment of Uterine Fibroid Tumors Provides Long Term Symptom Relief
July 31, 2007
Discovery In Plant Virus May Help Prevent HIV and Similar Viruses
July 30, 2007
Imaging Islet Cell Transplants
July 29, 2007
Cannabis Increases Risk Of Psychotic Illness Later In Life
July 27, 2007
Protein Distinguishes Fetal and Adult Stem Cells
July 26, 2007
Researcher Finds Flexibility in Nerve Cell Construction
July 23, 2007
Protein Suppresses Spread Of Prostate Cancer
July 20, 2007
Research Suggests Single African Origin Of Humans
July 19, 2007
Scientists A Step Closer To Understanding How Anesthetics Work In The Brain
July 19, 2007
Australian Research Offers Hope For Children Of Uncertain Sex
July 19, 2007
Researchers to Study Minichromosomes in Maize with $1.9 Million Grant
July 18, 2007
Researchers Explore New Method For Early Disease Diagnosis
July 17, 2007
Department of Energy Advances NSLS-II Project
July 17, 2007
Metabolic Syndrome: Don't Blame the Belly Fat
July 16, 2007
Girls Who Complain About Their Problems at Greater Risk of Developing Anxiety and Depression
July 16, 2007
Team Finds New Mechanism Of Gene Control
July 12, 2007
Network Model Predicts Risk Of Death In Sickle Cell Disease
July 11, 2007
Columbia Scientists Peer Into Stem Cells in Live Brain
July 11, 2007
Aphids Make 'chemical Weapons' To Fight Off Killer Ladybugs
July 10, 2007
Homestake Strikes Gold Again
July 10, 2007
Chemists From UCLA, Italy Produce Advance That May Solve Lou Gehrig’s Disease Mystery
July 09, 2007
Biodesign Institute Leads Innovative Project to Prevent Breast Cancer
July 09, 2007
Soil Particles Found To Boost Prion's Capacity To Infect
July 06, 2007
When Is A Worm Not A Worm? When It's A Jellyfish
July 06, 2007
Link Between Immune System And Mammary Gland Could Shed Light On Breast Cancer
July 06, 2007
Anemone Genome Gives New View Of Multi-Celled Ancestors
July 05, 2007
When Tissue Repair Backfires
July 05, 2007
Gene Linked With Childhood Asthma Is Identified, Giving Hope For New Therapies
July 04, 2007
Young Archaeologists Dig Up A Mystery
July 04, 2007
Mother-Of-Pearl: Classic Beauty And Remarkable Strength
July 02, 2007
How a Genetic Roll of the Dice Paves the Way for Lymphatic Cancers
July 02, 2007
Uncovering the Veil Nebula
July 31, 2007
New Mars Lander About To Launch
July 26, 2007
Planets with Four Parents? Spitzer Finds Evidence for Strange Stellar Family
July 24, 2007
AGN in Clusters: Cl 0542 & Cl 0848: Chandra Catches "Piranha" Black Holes
July 24, 2007
X-Ray Satellites Discover The Biggest Collisions In The Universe
July 18, 2007
Clay Studies Alter View of Early Mars Environment
July 18, 2007
NASA's Spitzer Finds Water Vapor on Hot, Alien Planet
July 11, 2007
AKARI Presents Detailed All-Sky Map In Infrared Light
July 11, 2007
RCW 103: A Star with a Mystery Partner?
July 10, 2007
Stellar Fireworks Are Ablaze In Galaxy NGC 4449
July 03, 2007
Frequency of Atlantic Hurricanes Doubled During Last Century
July 30, 2007
Innovative Research Technique Reveals Another Natural Wonder in Yellowstone Park: A Unique, Photosynthesizing Life-Form
July 27, 2007
Natural Fungicide Gives Garlic Growers Hope
July 24, 2007
Phosphorous Management System Balances Farms, Water Quality
July 18, 2007
Geologists Witness Unique Volcanic Mudflow in Action in New Zealand
July 13, 2007
Researchers Witness Natural Selection At Work In Dramatic Comeback Of Male Butterflies
July 12, 2007
By Examining Aquatic Life, MU Study Explores Environmental Effects of Nanomaterials
July 12, 2007
CO2 Hurts Reef Growth
July 11, 2007
No “Volcanic Winter” After Super-Eruption?
July 09, 2007
Amoebae Control Cheating By Keeping It In The Family
July 05, 2007
"Sundried Tide" — Silent, Natural Disaster
July 02, 2007
MIT Team Building Robotic Fin For Submarines
July 30, 2007
Researchers Produce Firsts with Bursts of Light
July 24, 2007
Graphene Nanoelectronics: Making Tomorrow’s Computers from a Pencil Trace
July 23, 2007
Tightly Packed Molecules Lend Unexpected Strength To Nanothin Sheet Of Material
July 23, 2007
San Diego Supercomputing Center Stands Ready to Respond to Emergencies with OnDemand Research
July 19, 2007
Point-of-Care Diagnostics
July 17, 2007
One Giant Leap For Space Fashion: MIT Team Designs Sleek, Skintight Spacesuit
July 16, 2007
Self-Assembled Nanostructures Function Better Than Bone As Porosity Increases
July 09, 2007
Nanocrystals Key to Better Fuel Cells
July 09, 2007
Teleportation Method Proposed By Australian Scientists
July 03, 2007
Tough Tubes: Carbon Nanotubes Endure Heavy Wear and Tear
July 02, 2007
Lockheed Martin Awarded Additional $5 Billion In Multiyear Contract To Build 60 F-22 Raptors
July 31, 2007
Boeing Awarded U.S. Marine Corps Contract to Extend ScanEagle Services
July 31, 2007
Lockheed Martin Receives Initial $187 Million Contract To Produce 30 New F-16S For Turkey
July 30, 2007
Boeing Flies Blended Wing Body Research Aircraft
July 26, 2007
Structural Health Monitoring Systems Accepted By Boeing, Validated By Airlines
July 19, 2007
Boeing Approved for Full-Rate Production and Fielding of CH-47F Chinook Helicopter
July 16, 2007
Boeing-led Airborne Laser Team Actively Tracks Airborne Target
July 16, 2007
Boeing Delivers Second C-40C to U.S. Air Force Reserve Command
July 11, 2007
Boeing Celebrates the Premiere of the 787 Dreamliner
July 08, 2007
VH-71 Presidential Helicopter Test Aircraft Completes Maiden Flight
July 05, 2007
August 2007
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TECHNOLOGY
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One Species' Genome Discovered Inside Another Species' Genome
Aug. 30, 2007
Engineering A New Way To See Dinosaurs
Aug. 30, 2007
Mayo Clinic Research Shows Estrogen Protects Women's Brains Prior to Menopause
Aug. 29, 2007
Discovery Could Help Stop Malaria at Its Source — the Mosquito
Aug. 29, 2007
Facial Transplantation May Be a Safer Option, Study Shows
Aug. 28, 2007
New Red Fluorescent Protein a Glowing Success
Aug. 26, 2007
Zinc Transporter Protein Structure Deciphered
Aug. 24, 2007
Cellular Outposts Keep Dendrites Strong and Healthy
Aug. 23, 2007
Light Spurs Growth of Infectious Bacteria
Aug. 23, 2007
Reading the Leaves for Clues to Origin of Rare Epilepsy
Aug. 22, 2007
Research Suggests New Options in Treating Skin Pigment Problems
Aug. 22, 2007
Revealing Estrogen's Secret Role in Obesity
Aug. 21, 2007
Nanowire Coating for Bone Implants, Stents
Aug. 17, 2007
Scientists Retrace Evolution of an Important Human Protein
Aug. 16, 2007
Malaria's Deadly Weapon: A Morphing Molecule that Keeps the Parasite a Step Ahead
Aug. 16, 2007
Mayo Clinic Researchers Discover New Diagnostic Test for Detecting Infection in Prosthetic Joints
Aug. 15, 2007
Researchers Evolve Artificial Enzymes in the Laboratory
Aug. 15, 2007
Clinical Depression Linked To Abnormal Emotional Brain Circuits
Aug. 15, 2007
Inflammation Enhances Intestinal Infection
Aug. 15, 2007
Use Of Certain Lipid Measures Not More Effective In Predicting Coronary Heart Disease
Aug. 15, 2007
Comet May Have Exploded Over North America 13,000 Years Ago
Aug. 14, 2007
Features Of Replication Suggest Viruses Have Common Themes, Vulnerabilities
Aug. 14, 2007
Gene Mutation Turned West Nile Virus Into Killer Disease Among Crows
Aug. 13, 2007
MicroRNA 'Sponges' Could Aid Cancer Studies
Aug. 12, 2007
MIT creates 3D images of living cell
Aug. 12, 2007
New, More Direct Pathways from Outside the Cell to Cell Nuclei Discovered
Aug. 10, 2007
Hidden Quality Control System Keeps Mothers from Producing Toxic Milk
Aug. 10, 2007
Hormone Regulates Fondness For Food
Aug. 10, 2007
ADHD Appears to Be Associated With Depressed Dopamine Activity in the Brain
Aug. 06, 2007
Not All Embryonic Stem Cell Lines are Created Equal
Aug. 06, 2007
Where Broken DNA is Repaired
Aug. 06, 2007
Disabling a Sensory Organ Prompts Female Mice to Act Like Male Mice
Aug. 05, 2007
How Cells Change The Pace Of Their Steps
Aug. 04, 2007
Why Women Get More Migraines Than Men
Aug. 04, 2007
A New Wrinkle in Thin Film Science
Aug. 03, 2007
Handicapping Tuberculosis May be the Way to a Better Vaccine
Aug. 01, 2007
Monkeys Learn in the Same Way as Humans, Psychologists Report
Aug. 01, 2007
Stem Cell Therapy Rescues Motor Neurons In ALS Model
Aug. 01, 2007
Shining Light on Pancreatic Cancer
Aug. 01, 2007
Water Vapor Seen 'Raining Down' on Young Star System
Aug. 29, 2007
Up, Up and Away -- To Venus
Aug. 27, 2007
XMM-Newton And Suzaku Help Pioneer Method For Probing Exotic Matter
Aug. 27, 2007
Spitzer Celebrates Fourth Anniversary with Celestial Fireworks
Aug. 24, 2007
Keck, Hubble provide new view of Uranus' rings
Aug. 23, 2007
Abell 520: Dark Matter Mystery Deepens in Cosmic "Train Wreck"
Aug. 16, 2007
Do Supermassive Black Holes Stunt Stellar Birth in Galaxies?
Aug. 16, 2007
Speeding-Bullet Star Leaves Enormous Streak Across Sky
Aug. 15, 2007
Taking it to the Edge
Aug. 09, 2007
Stellar Siblings in Serpens South
Aug. 08, 2007
NASA's Spitzer Spies Monster Galaxy Pileup
Aug. 06, 2007
Star Caught Smoking
Aug. 04, 2007
First Light for Word's Largest 'Thermometer Camera'
Aug. 04, 2007
World's New Largest Telescope Gets Ready For Planet-Hunting
Aug. 02, 2007
The Planet, the Galaxy and the Laser
Aug. 02, 2007
Long-Term Increase in Rainfall Seen in Tropics
Aug. 27, 2007
How Snakes Survive Starvation
Aug. 27, 2007
UBC Prof. Invents a Cleaner, Greener and More Profitable Process for Refining Copper
Aug. 23, 2007
Savanna Habitat Drives Birds To Cooperative Breeding
Aug. 16, 2007
HYPER’ Initiative Places International Focus On Hydrogen Research
Aug. 14, 2007
Sandia Partners With UOP To Develop Biofuel For Military Jets
Aug. 10, 2007
Man-Made Soot Contributed to Warming in Greenland in the Early 20th Century
Aug. 09, 2007
Link Between Sunspots, Rain Helps Predict Disease in East Africa
Aug. 07, 2007
Frog-Killing Fungus Could Be Greater Threat, Finds New Genetic Analysis
Aug. 06, 2007
Stability and Diversity in Ecosystems
Aug. 04, 2007
2006 Plate Motion Reversal Unlikely To Have Eased Seismic Strain, Earthquake Anticipation Near Acalpulco, Says CU Study
Aug. 02, 2007
"Brown Cloud" Particulate Pollution Amplifies Global Warming
Aug. 01, 2007
Coelacanth Fossil Sheds Light On Fin-To-Limb Evolution
Aug. 01, 2007
Digital Dandelions: The flowering of network research
Aug. 30, 2007
FEMA, Sandia Announce New Integrated Public Alert And Warning Capability
Aug. 28, 2007
Properties Of Hydrogen Storage Materials In Automotive System The Focus Of New Doe-Funded Project At Sandia
Aug. 27, 2007
Engineers Perfecting Hydrogen-Generating Technology
Aug. 27, 2007
Quantum Light Beams Good For Fast Technology
Aug. 24, 2007
Aggressive Bees May Track Future Of Flying Robots
Aug. 23, 2007
Sandia Computer Scientists And USC Student Gamemakers Create Disaster-Training Tool
Aug. 22, 2007
Researchers Help To Make Cars Smarter
Aug. 21, 2007
'Clutter Detector' Could Cut Confusion
Aug. 21, 2007
New Clues to Mechanism for:
Aug. 17, 2007
Beyond Batteries: Storing Power in a Sheet of Paper
Aug. 14, 2007
New Technology Has Dramatic Chip-Cooling Potential For Future Computers
Aug. 13, 2007
Cognitive Science and Technology Program becomes Sandia initiative
Aug. 09, 2007
Render Smoke And Fog Without Being A Computation Hog
Aug. 08, 2007
Computer Graphics Spills from Milk to Medicine
Aug. 06, 2007
Full-Time Sensors Can Detect Bridge Defects
Aug. 06, 2007
Wisconsin Engineers Ready A Blueprint For A Nanomechanical Computer
Aug. 03, 2007
Chemical Imaging: Potential New Crime Busting Tool
Aug. 02, 2007
Purdue 'Milestone' A Step Toward Advanced Sensors, Communications
Aug. 01, 2007
Lockheed Martin Demonstrates In-Flight Beam Control For Missile Defense Agency's Airborne Laser
Aug. 31, 2007
Boeing Awarded $19.9 Million Contract to Support U.S. Army Apache Helicopters
Aug. 28, 2007
Boeing Delivers First Upgraded Phase II CF-18 Hornet to Canadian Defense Forces
Aug. 22, 2007
Lockheed Martin MH-60 Helicopter Systems Multi-Year Production Contract From The U.S. Navy Totals $1.065 Billion
Aug. 16, 2007
Boeing's New Combat-Ready CH-47F Chinook Helicopter Fielded to First U.S. Army Unit
Aug. 14, 2007
Boeing Adds Spirit AeroSystems to P-8A Industry Team
Aug. 09, 2007
Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor Air Dominance Fighters Begin Operational Service In Alaska
Aug. 08, 2007
F-35 Completes Successful Design Review To Train Pilots Of The Future
Aug. 07, 2007
Lockheed Martin Continues Deliveries To Air Force's First Active- Duty C-130J Combat Squadron
Aug. 04, 2007
September 2007

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Neuroscientists Connect Neural Activity And Blood Flow In New Brain Stimulation Technique
Sept. 27, 2007
Researchers Investigate New Suspect In West Nile Deaths Of Pelicans
Sept. 27, 2007
Boys Have Biological Reason To Be Troublesome
Sept. 25, 2007
Study Reveals Possible Genetic Risk For Fetal Alcohol Disorders
Sept. 21, 2007
Genome Of Parasitic Worm Cracked By Scientists
Sept. 20, 2007
Understanding the Neuron's Green Architecture
Sept. 19, 2007
Stem Cells Derived from Adult Testes Produce Wide Range of Tissue Types for Therapeutic Organ Regeneration
Sept. 19, 2007
Scientists Learn Structure Of Enzyme In Unusual Virus
Sept. 17, 2007
Mayo Clinic Study Finds Significant Shift in Reason for Tonsillectomies Over Last 35 Years
Sept. 17, 2007
Probing a Chink in the Immunological Armor
Sept. 14, 2007
Learning How Embryonic Stem Cells Become Heart Cells
Sept. 13, 2007
Personalized Treatment For Depression A Step Closer
Sept. 13, 2007
New DNA-Based Technique For Assembly of Nano- and Micro-sized Particles
Sept. 12, 2007
Mutations In The Insulin Gene Can Cause Neonatal Diabetes
Sept. 10, 2007
Team Probes History Of Genes With New Tool
Sept. 10, 2007
Tiny Tubes and Rods Show Promise as Catalysts, Sunscreen
Sept. 10, 2007
MIT Works Toward Safer Gene Therapy
Sept. 07, 2007
Dinosaur Fossil Shows Signs of Early Flight Mechanism
Sept. 06, 2007
Researchers Develop Mouse Model of Autism Spectrum Disorders
Sept. 06, 2007
'Sugar Coating' Clue To How Parasitic Worms Dupe Immune System
Sept. 06, 2007
New ‘Knock-Out’ Gene Model Provides Molecular Clues to Breast Cancer
Sept. 05, 2007
Researchers Developing Device To Predict Proper Light Exposure for Human Health
Sept. 05, 2007
Ultraconserved Elements in the Genome: Are They Indispensable?
Sept. 04, 2007
Purdue Researchers Develop Technology To Detect Cancer By Scanning Surface Veins
Sept. 04, 2007
Structural Studies Reveal New Clues to Prion Infectivity
Sept. 03, 2007
The Frugal Cosmic Ant
Sept. 27, 2007
Into the Chrysalis
Sept. 27, 2007
The Best Map Of Our Galaxy Yet
Sept. 27, 2007
SOHO's New Catch: Its First Officially Periodic Comet
Sept. 25, 2007
A Warm South Pole? Yes, on Neptune!
Sept. 18, 2007
Galaxy 'Hunting' Made Easy
Sept. 14, 2007
Cosmic Neon Lights the Way
Sept. 12, 2007
Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescopes find "Lego-block" galaxies in early Universe
Sept. 06, 2007
Joint Dark Energy Mission a Top Priority for NASA, Says NRC
Sept. 05, 2007
Galaxies near and far from AKARI
Sept. 05, 2007
Stellar Firework in a Whirlwind
Sept. 03, 2007
NASA Research Indicates Oxygen on Earth 2.5 Billion Years Ago
Sept. 27, 2007
Cave Records Provide Clues to Climate Change
Sept. 26, 2007
Marathon Swimming Crocs Find Their Way Home
Sept. 26, 2007
Extraterrestrial Impact Likely Source of Sudden Ice Age Extinctions
Sept. 24, 2007
Nutrient Pollution Drives Frog Deformities By Ramping Up Infections
Sept. 24, 2007
Ancient British Bog Provides Clue To Global Warming
Sept. 19, 2007
Argon Conclusion: Researchers Reassess Theories on Formation of Earth’s Atmosphere
Sept. 19, 2007
There Goes the Neighborhood: Interbreeding Between Invasive and Native Salamander Species Creating Hardy Hybrids Likely to Replace Parental Populations
Sept. 18, 2007
New Technology To Reduce Large-Scale Emissions
Sept. 18, 2007
NASA Keeps Eye On Ozone Layer Amid Montreal Protocol's Success
Sept. 13, 2007
Acid Rain Has Disproportionate Impact on Near-Shore Ocean Waters
Sept. 07, 2007
Change from Arid to Wet Climate in Africa Altered Early Human Evolution
Sept. 06, 2007
Moray Eels Are Uniquely Equipped to Pack Big Prey Into Their Narrow Bodies
Sept. 05, 2007
Study Shows Threatened Greenback Cutthroat Trout Populations Involved In Recovery Effort Misidentified
Sept. 05, 2007
Breaking the Barrier Toward Nanometer X-ray Resolution
Sept. 30, 2007
Using Nanotubes To Detect and Repair Cracks in Aircraft Wings, Other Structures
Sept. 27, 2007
Sandia Researchers To Develop Portable Microfluidic Platform For Rapid Detection Of Biotoxins
Sept. 26, 2007
Researchers Develop Nanoblade
Sept. 25, 2007
21St-Century Pack Mule: MIT's 'exoskeleton' Lightens The Load
Sept. 19, 2007
Brown Scientists Take the Petri Dish to New Dimensions
Sept. 19, 2007
Advance in Creating Inexpensive Polarized Light May Lead to Better Displays
Sept. 18, 2007
Bone-Growing Nanomaterial Could Improve Orthopaedic Implants
Sept. 17, 2007
Physicists Pin Down Atomic Spin For Spintronics
Sept. 12, 2007
Putting Stem Cell Research on the Fast Track
Sept. 12, 2007
Nanomaterials with a Bright Future
Sept. 11, 2007
Scientists Use the "Dark Web" to Snag Extremists and Terrorists Online
Sept. 10, 2007
Boeing Completes Eight-hour Flight of A160T Hummingbird
Sept. 28, 2007
Boeing Delivers First Production EA-18G Growler to U.S. Navy
Sept. 25, 2007
Boeing Awarded $49.2 Million Contract to Upgrade Saudi AWACS Fleet
Sept. 20, 2007
Arik Air Expands Fleet with Boeing 787s, 737s and additional 777-300ER
Sept. 12, 2007
Boeing Wins $1.1 Billion KC-135 Tanker Maintenance Contract
Sept. 11, 2007
Boeing Successfully Completes First Test Flight of AEW&C Peace Eagle Aircraft
Sept. 06, 2007
October 2007
SCIENCE
SPACE
EARTH SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
AVIATION
Fossil Record Reveals Jellyfish More than 500 Million Years Old
Oct. 31, 2007
New Type of Retinol Cell Discovered in Primates
Oct. 30, 2007
Scientists Alter Sexual Orientation In Worms
Oct. 26, 2007
Food Restriction Increases Dopamine Receptor Levels in Obese Rats
Oct. 25, 2007
Persistence Pays Off
Oct. 24, 2007
Two New Arthritis Genes Identified
Oct. 22, 2007
Protein Transforms Sperm into Battering Rams
Oct. 18, 2007
Earliest Evolution of Vision Genes Discovered
Oct. 17, 2007
Earliest Evidence For Reptiles
Oct. 17, 2007
New Light On Bone Structure
Oct. 16, 2007
Understanding Almost Everything
Oct. 15, 2007
New Technique Reveals Subtle Force-induced Changes in Biomolecule's Conformation
Oct. 12, 2007
The Benefits Of 80 Million Years Without Sex
Oct. 12, 2007
A Gene Divided Reveals Details Of Natural Selection
Oct. 11, 2007
Potent Peptides Inhibit HIV Entry Into Cells
Oct. 09, 2007
Researchers Identify Key Step Bird Flu Virus Takes To Spread Readily In Humans
Oct. 05, 2007
Evolution Transforms "Junk" DNA into Genetic Machinery
Oct. 05, 2007
Toothy Dinosaur Newest From Southern Utah
Oct. 04, 2007
Mathematicians Defy Gravity
Oct. 03, 2007
Breakthrough Could Save The Tassie Devil
Oct. 03, 2007
How The Lowly Worm Is Shedding Light On Human Aging And Potential Treatments For Inherited Diseases
Oct. 01, 2007
Children Learn Language Skills Earlier Than Thought
Oct. 01, 2007
Hubble Sees The Graceful Dance Of Two Interacting Galaxies
Oct. 30, 2007
GOODS Chandra Deep Field South: GOODS Missing Black Hole Report: Hundreds Found!
Oct. 25, 2007
Hubble Shows ‘Baby’ Galaxy Is Not So Young After All
Oct. 16, 2007
MIT: Asteroid is "practice case" for potential hazards
Oct. 12, 2007
New Isotope Molecule May Add To Venus’ Greenhouse Effect
Oct. 10, 2007
Star System 'Just Right' for Building an Earth
Oct. 03, 2007
Extreme Star Cluster Bursts Into Life In New Hubble Image
Oct. 02, 2007
NASA Satellite Sees Solar Hurricane Detach Comet Tail
Oct. 01, 2007
Origins Of Greater Horseshoe Bat Uncovered
Oct. 31, 2007
Social standing influences how far elephants travel for food, study finds
Oct. 30, 2007
Dead Clams Tell Many Tales
Oct. 29, 2007
Less Arctic Ice Means Higher Risks, Experts Warn
Oct. 26, 2007
Seismologists See Earth's Dynamic Interior as Interplay of Temperature, Pressure, Chemistry
Oct. 25, 2007
Study of Lions and Wildebeest Finds Being Social Stabilizes Ecosystems
Oct. 24, 2007
Snag Baits Stop Pigs Running Amok In Daintree
Oct. 24, 2007
Space Sensors Shed New Light On Air Quality
Oct. 22, 2007
Rare Devil Ray found on North Stradbroke Island
Oct. 18, 2007
Acid Oceans Warning
Oct. 17, 2007
Invasion Is Backbreaking Work
Oct. 15, 2007
Herding Aphids – How 'Farmer' Ants Keep Control Of Their Food
Oct. 10, 2007
Scientists to Sick Plants: Take Two Doses of an Aspirin-Like Hormone and Call Me in the Morning
Oct. 05, 2007
Living Fossils Have Hot Sex
Oct. 05, 2007
Geologists Recover Rocks from San Andreas Fault
Oct. 04, 2007
2007 Ozone Hole ‘Smaller Than Usual’
Oct. 03, 2007
NASA Examines Arctic Sea Ice Changes Leading to Record Low In 2007
Oct. 01, 2007
Purdue Creating Wireless Sensors To Monitor Bearings In Jet Engines
Oct. 31, 2007
Most Complex Silicon Phased Array Chip in the World Developed at UC San Diego
Oct. 30, 2007
MIT Develops 'Tractor Beam' For Cells
Oct. 30, 2007
Successful 'shots' signal re-opening of Sandia's giant Z accelerator
Oct. 17, 2007
Sandia Sensor Follows Unusual Tech Transfer Path
Oct. 17, 2007
In Human Grid, We are the Cogs
Oct. 16, 2007
Microgrid Allows Simultaneous Study of Multiple Variables
Oct. 10, 2007
Taming Tiny, Unruly Waves For Nano Optics
Oct. 08, 2007
Affordable Solar Power On The Horizon
Oct. 05, 2007
 
Boeing Tests HALE Hydrogen Propulsion System Using Ford-Developed Engine
Oct. 24, 2007
Boeing Logs 12-hour A160T Hummingbird Flight
Oct. 16, 2007
Boeing Delivers First Extended Block II Apache Longbow Helicopter to U.S. Army
Oct. 05, 2007
November 2007
SCIENCE
SPACE
EARTH SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
AVIATION
How Our Ancestors Were Like Gorillas
Nov. 30, 2007
Red Blood Cell Transfusions Under Scrutiny
Nov. 27, 2007
Researchers Outline Structure Of Largest Nonvirus Particle Ever Crystallized
Nov. 26, 2007
Antidepressant Found to Extend Lifespan in C. Elegans
Nov. 21, 2007
Buckyball Birth Observed by Sandia Nanotech Researcher
Nov. 21, 2007
New Technique Captures Chemical Reactions In A Single Living Cell For The First Time
Nov. 19, 2007
New Images Show Ion Channel in Its Natural Habitat
Nov. 16, 2007
Research Finds Similarities In Dog, Human Breast Cancer Pre-Malignant Lesions
Nov. 15, 2007
Dinosaur From Sahara Ate Like A ‘Mesozoic Cow’
Nov. 15, 2007
Changing Environment Organizes Genetic Structure
Nov. 13, 2007
Tool-Wielding Chimps Provide A Glimpse Of Early Human Behavior
Nov. 12, 2007
Smac-ing Lung Cancer to Death
Nov. 12, 2007
The World's Smallest Double Slit Experiment: Breaking up the Hydrogen Molecule
Nov. 08, 2007
Cocaine Abuse Blunts Sensitivity to Monetary Reward
Nov. 07, 2007
First-Ever Study: Lack of Critical Lubricant Causes Wear in Joints
Nov. 05, 2007
What Makes Worms Turn for Food?
Nov. 01, 2007
Holiday Wishes from the Hubble Space Telescope
Nov. 29, 2007
Hubble Zooms In On Heart Of Mystery Comet
Nov. 15, 2007
Spitzer Spies a Stellar Bubble Blower
Nov. 08, 2007
Scientists Discover Record Fifth Planet Orbiting Nearby Star
Nov. 06, 2007
Planting Carbon Deep In The Earth – Rather Than The Greenhouse
Nov. 26, 2007
Illuminating Study Reveals How Plants Respond to Light
Nov. 23, 2007
Giant Fossil Sea Scorpion
Nov. 21, 2007
Atmospheric Measuring Device for Understanding Smog Formation
Nov. 19, 2007
Mobile Microbes: Viruses Living in Yellowstone's Hot Springs Travel Near and Far
Nov. 16, 2007
Scorpion Toxin Makes Fungus Deadly to Insect Pests
Nov. 12, 2007
Yellowstone Rising
Nov. 08, 2007
Radon: A Silent Killer Can Lurk in Homes, MU Expert Says Test Now
Nov. 08, 2007
La Niña Persists
Nov. 07, 2007
Fluorescence-Based Bioaerosol Sensing Project Seeks To Lower False Alarm Rates
Nov. 21, 2007
Neutron Scatter Camera Provides A New-and-Improved Way To Look At Radiation
Nov. 16, 2007
Bee Strategy Helps Servers Run More Sweetly
Nov. 16, 2007
ESnet, Internet2 Complete Coast-to-Coast Next-Generation Network In Support of DOE Scientific Community
Nov. 15, 2007
Microbes Churn Out Hydrogen at Record Rate
Nov. 12, 2007
Seaweed Transformed Into Stem Cell Technology
Nov. 08, 2007
Computer Scientist Forges New Line Of Defense Against Malicious Traffic
Nov. 05, 2007
Boeing Receives Third C-130 for Avionics Modernization
Nov. 27, 2007
First Northrop Grumman-Built Production T-38 Trainer Aircraft Makes Its Final Touchdown in Los Angeles
Nov. 05, 2007
December 2007

SCIENCE

SPACE

EARTH SCIENCE

TECHNOLOGY

AVIATION

Missing Link Between Whales and Four-Footed Ancestors Discovered
Dec. 20, 2007
New Studies Illuminate the Computational Power of Neurons
Dec. 19, 2007
Discovery Points to Treatment Approach for Fragile X Syndrome
Dec. 19, 2007
Stem Cells Show Power To Predict Disease, Drug Toxicity
Dec. 06, 2007
The Aging Brain: Failure to Communicate
Dec. 05, 2007
Waistline Growth On High-Carb Diets Linked To Liver Gene
Dec. 04, 2007
Study: Re-engineered Gleevec™ reduces heart risks
Dec. 03, 2007
Distorted Self-Image The Result Of Visual Brain Glitch, Study Finds
Dec. 03, 2007
10,000 Earths' Worth of Fresh Dust Found Near Star Explosion
Dec. 20, 2007
Supercomputer Simulation Of Universe Expected To Help In Search For Missing Matter
Dec. 06, 2007
When Do Gas Giants Reach The Point Of No Return?
Dec. 06, 2007
How White Dwarfs Get Their 'Kicks'
Dec. 04, 2007
Elevated Carbon Dioxide Changes Soil Microbe Mix Below Plants
Dec. 19, 2007
UBC Study May Solve Age-old Mystery of Missing Chemicals From Earth’s Mantle
Dec. 05, 2007
Did Life Originate in a Mica Sandwich Sitting in Primordial Waters?
Dec. 04, 2007
 
Sandia’s Sunshine To Petrol Project Seeks Fuel From Thin Air
Dec. 06, 2007
Gastro Cameras Make Waves For Reef Research
Dec. 03, 2007
AFRL, Boeing Demonstrate That UAVs Can Perform Automated Aerial Refueling
Dec. 04, 2007
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