Archives for Sci Tech

June 2012

Saturday, June 30:

Super-chilled robot ready to study the very first stars and galaxies

Possible alien message to get reply from humanity

Friday, June 29:

Scientists Recreate Matter That Flooded Universe Moments After Big Bang

A Brand New Ocean - on Saturn's Moon Titan

Thursday, June 28:

Native Species Fight Back: Evidence of Coevolution Between Invasive & Native Species

Improving Efficiencies in Fuel, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries (4 comments)

Paint-on Lithium Battery (1 comments)

Chemists use Nanowires to Power Photosynthesis-like Process

Tuesday, June 26:

Nanotube 50,000 Times Thinner than a Human Hair

Have a Seat! The Most Impressive One Around!

Complex thinking goes beyond primates: Dolphins understand zero, elephants rescue each other

Social Justice Protests in Israel

Monday, June 25:

Japanese deer 'eavesdrop' on monkeys for food

Significant sea-level Rise in a Two-degree Warmer World

Sunday, June 24:

Parts of Mars Interior as Wet as Earth's (1 comments)

Mars Snow Falls Like Dry Ice Fog

Saturday, June 23:

Researchers Estimate Ice Content of Crater at Moon's South Pole

Arctic Climate More Vulnerable than Thought

Friday, June 22:

New window into earliest Universe

Elephant Seals Uncover Slower-than-expected Antarctic Melting (2 comments)

Top predators Key to Extinctions as Planet Warms

All-carbon Solar Cell Harnesses Infrared Light

Thursday, June 21:

God, Money, and Planet Earth

Trouble on the Horizon for Genetically Modified Crops?

Misbehaving particles poke holes in reigning physics theory (1 comments)

Wednesday, June 20:

Extinction threat 'a call to world leaders' at Rio Earth Summit

Tuesday, June 19:

Studies of Human Microbiome Yield New Insights -

Defense & Military Conferences

May 2012 Temperatures Second Warmest on Record

Nuclear Worship (1 comments)

Monday, June 18:

Ancient Warming Greened Antarctica

Flawed Science in Land Management Agencies (6 comments)

Fear factor seems relevant in decomposing bug's effect on soil

Black bears show counting skills on computers

Sunday, June 17:

Mysterious galaxy's distance from Earth deciphered at last

Busted: Biotech Leader ‘Syngenta’ Charged Over Covering Up Animal Deaths from GM Corn Read more: http://naturalsoci (1 comments)

Saturday, June 16:

Data From NASA's Voyager 1 Point to Interstellar Future

Fireflies to Light the Way?

Problem with Big Wind in Vermont

Friday, June 15:

The First Star Warrior: Galileo's Assault on Catholic Cosmology (Excerpt from Good Science) (6 comments)

Evidence of Politicians on Titan? (joking, but interesting article)

Your distant human ancestor? He may have had a shark head (1 comments)

That's Not Sand, It's a Beach of Dead Fish (1 comments)

Bonobo Genetic Code: Scientists Map DNA Of Man's Peaceful Ape Kin

Alien Earths may be plentiful in our Milky Way galaxy

Wednesday, June 13:

Big Bang particle discovery closer: Scientists

Woolly Mammoth Extinction: Lessons onr Climate Change (3 comments)

Climate Change to Alter Global Fire Risk

Wind Farm Problems

Tuesday, June 12:

Report from Personal Democracy Forum (3 comments)

These tiny living entities self-assemble

Global Warming Threat from Soil of U.S. Forests

Monday, June 11:

Microbes Beam Electrons to Each Other Via Mineral "Wires"

Unique microbes found in extreme environment

Sunday, June 10:

Neutrinos don't outpace light, but they do shape-shift

Very first objects created in universe spotted?

Facebook for Dummies: What Were You Thinking? (5 comments)

X-ray lasers from tabletop device

Saturday, June 9:

Honey Bee Virus Transmitted by Mites

Friday, June 8:

Who Needs a Democracy When You Have iVotronic Voting Machines? (4 comments)

6 Government Surveillance Programs Watch You Online (2 comments)

New Look at Chemical Process Could Boost Energy Efficiency

U.S. Experienced Second Warmest May, Warmest Spring on Record

LIVE NOW: Venus Transits the Face of Sun

Scientists Create Artificial DNA Molecule

Thursday, June 7:

Atom Split Into Two And Then Put Back Together Using Quantum Mechanics

Faintest galaxy yet found at distant edges of universe

Researchers: Earth Headed for Catastrophic Collapse (3 comments)

Ecologists Call for Preservation of Planet's Remaining Biological Diversity (1 comments)

Wednesday, June 6:

Warming Climate Turns Tundra to Forest

Empire State Building Retrofit Surpasses Energy Savings Expectations

Dispatches from the birth of the Universe: sometimes science gets lucky

HuHub 2012 Humanitarian Software

Warming Arctic Tundra Producing Pop-Up Forests (2 comments)

Consumer Alert: BPA-Free Goods Still Contain Toxic Bisphenol (1 comments)

Monday, June 4:

Where Have All the Hummingbirds Gone?

Saturday, June 2:

The startling science of starling murmuration (with video) (7 comments)

For an Ailing Planet, the Cure Already Exists

Dark Chocolate Could Prevent Heart Problems in High-Risk People, by the Editors of ScienceDaily (1 comments)

Friday, June 1:

To Infinity and Beyond: New Frontiers in the Science Wars (29 comments)

Gigantic telescope could bring revolution - expert (1 comments)

Cosmic Jamestown: Humans to colonize Mars by 2023 (1 comments)

Milky Way's halo is determined to be 11.4 billion years old (1 comments)


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