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Article ID: 12866

Sagan Criteria for Life Revisited

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Can a modern spacecraft tell if an alien world is a good candidate for harboring life?

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22-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12833

Porous Silicon Lights, New Analytical Devices

Purdue University

Porous silicon, a roughed-up version of the material that paved the way for the computer industry, is now smoothing the way for new types of chemical and medical analyses, including micro-laboratories designed to fit on a computer chip.

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21-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12821

Corporate Compliance Linked to Regulatory Agencies

Electronic Submission Publishing Systems (ESPS)

ESPS, Inc. (Electronic Submission Publishing Systems, Inc.), a leading developer of electronic compliance (e-Compliance) solutions, announced the expanded functionality and new version of CoreDossier(r) 4.0.

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21-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12789

Stormy Weather on Mars

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope spotted a gigantic storm swirling near the Red Planet's north pole.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12788

Moon Eclipses Regulus

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

This weekend sky watchers in North America will be treated to a rare naked-eye lunar occultation of a bright star.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12787

Star Wars Technology, Closer to Home than You Think

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Although technology you see in a Star Wars movie may seem like futuristic fantasy, check out some research NASA is doing today to turn some of that fantasy into fact.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12785

How the Nose Knows: Research on Smell Boosted

Louisiana State University

The faculty of smell began its long evolutionary development in the oceans of early earth, and we are just now beginning to understand how it works.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12783

TERRIERS Satellite Experiencing Difficulties

Boston University

The TERRIERS satellite, built by students at Boston University and launched Tuesday morning, so far has not been able to orient itself so that its solar panels fully face the sun and seems to have run out of battery power, according to project managers.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12781

Animal Experimentation: Special Report Tipsheet from New Scientist

New Scientist

To find out where the British people draw the line on research with animals, New Scientist commissioned Market & Opinion Research International (MORI) to conduct the most complete survey yet on public attitudes to the most controversial debate in science.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 12775

Extinction-Threatened Bird Species Found in Unexpected Places

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

University of Arkansas researcher Tom Brooks and colleagues Lisa Manne and Stuart Pimm of the University of Tennessee have overturned a long-held belief that island bird species are more vulnerable to extinction than their continental counterparts.

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20-May-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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