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Article ID: 14682

North by Northwest to Catch a Neutrino in the Act

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

A century-old radiation detection tool may be pressed into service to see if neutrinos change flavor.

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1-Sep-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14667

Democrats Threaten to Stop Senate over Nuclear Test

US Newswire (defunct; sold to PR Newswire)

Yesterday, The New York Times reported that Senate Democrats are threatening to bring Senate business to a halt this fall if no action is taken on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT).

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Article ID: 14664

Dream Team Tackles the Brain

Boston University

Thanks to a recent grant of nearly $1 million from Packard Foundation, Boston University scientists will apply advanced theories in quantum physics to observe what occurs at brain synapses - the sites of communication between neurons.

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1-Sep-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14663

Biologically Inspired Electronics Leads to Higher Fidelity

Boston University

Drawing upon the extraordinary ability of neuronal networks in the brain to separate signal from noise led a group of researchers at Boston University's to develop a biologically inspired model that will improve the fidelity of electronic devices.

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Article ID: 14662

Physicists Resolve Atomic Structure

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

University of Arkansas researchers have determined the structure of a technologically important telecommunications surface that scientists have debated for years. In the process, they have developed a new technique that may help solve other significant atomic structures and could revolutionize the telecommunications industry, they report in an upcoming issue of Physical Review Letters.

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Article ID: 14661

Seaweed May Be Solution to Beef Industry Woes

Texas Tech University

Initial research projects show that cattle that grazed forage treated with seaweed extract has marked positive effects on animals' immune function, weight gains, carcass quality and even the shelf-life of finished meats, according to Texas Tech researchers.

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Article ID: 14629

Clear View of this Summer's Developing Drought

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Scientists are scrambling to find ways to better understand what happens to forests and crops during extended dry spells. Researchers from the University of Montana are offering a new tool to identify what areas are first affected by a lack of rainfall and keep watch on regions hardest hit.

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2-Sep-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14646

New Fine Resolution Synthetic-Aperture Radar System

Sandia National Laboratories

Lynx, a new fine resolution, real time synthetic-aperture radar system designed to be mounted on both manned aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles, was unveiled Aug. 28 by Department of Energy's Sandia National Laboratories and General Atomics, San Diego.

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31-Aug-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14639

Keepin Traffic Flowing in DC and Hampton Areas

University of Virginia

Research under way at Virginiaís Smart Travel Laboratory at the University of Virginia will help drivers in metropolitan areas better predict traffic patterns and adjust their travel plans.

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31-Aug-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14628

3-D, Virtual Man Simulates Radiation's Effect on the Body

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

An engineer at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has created a 3-D virtual man called "Visible Photographic Man" (VIP-Man) that is so sophisticated it can model the effects of radiation on the skin, lens of the eye, optic nerve, GI-tract mucous membranes, and bone marrow--areas previously too minute to accurately model, but which are highly susceptible to radiation.

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