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Volume 2, Number 11
March 17, 2003

Neutron stars and neutrinos
Epigenetics
KT mass extinction
SETI
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
Antibiotic resistance
Cloning
Perceptual assumptions in the brain
Optoelectronic transistors
Global climate change
Pulsars
Extrasolar planets
Formation of Earth's core
Alzheimer's disease
Gene expression
Nanotechnology
Gene therapy
DNA nanomachines
Martian water
Parkinson's disease
Benefits of lemon balm to memory


Neutron stars and neutrinos

References:
  1. March 10, 2003 - Laboratory Astrophysicist Discovers New Source Of High-Energy Neutrinos
Background


Epigenetics

References:
  1. March 10, 2003 - Study Pinpoints Regulator Of Imprinted Gene Expression
Background


KT mass extinction

References:
  1. March 10, 2003 - Dino crater viewed from space
Background


SETI

References:
  1. March 10, 2003 - Global Extraterrestrial Hunt to Revisit Old Signals
  2. March 11, 2003 - SETI to target most tantalising radio transmissions
  3. March 12, 2003 - Alien hunters take a closer look
  4. March 14, 2003 - Search For ET To Look Again At 150 Signals
  5. March 18, 2003 - ET hunters take closer look
Background


Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

References:
  1. March 10, 2003 - Superbugs on the march in USA, Europe
Background


Antibiotic resistance

References:
  1. March 10, 2003 - Antibiotic resistance modeling
Background


Cloning

References:
  1. March 11, 2003 - Silence of the clones
Background


Perceptual assumptions in the brain

References:
  1. March 11, 2003 - Compromise Is Name Of The Game In How Brain Works
Background


Optoelectronic transistors

References:
  1. March 11, 2003 - Simple Optoelectronic Devices Based On Electroluminescent Silver Nanoclusters Perform Logic Operations
  2. March 14, 2003 - Silver nanoclusters make logic gates
Background


Global climate change

References:
  1. March 11, 2003 - Greenland cools as world warms
Background


Pulsars

References:
  1. March 12, 2003 - Nano-pulses reveal the power of pulsars
  2. March 12, 2003 - New structure seen in the Crab pulsar
  3. March 12, 2003 - Smallest Deep Space Structures Detected, Study Claims
  4. March 13, 2003 - Pulsar Bursts Coming From Beachball-sized Structures
Background


Extrasolar planets

References:
  1. March 12, 2003 - Hubble sees evaporating world
  2. March 12, 2003 - Incredible Shrinking Planet May Become Liquid Lava World
  3. March 12, 2003 - Planet Going Up in Smoke
  4. March 13, 2003 - Hubble Spies Evaporating Planet
  5. March 13, 2003 - Dying planet being consumed by its sun
  6. March 14, 2003 - Too Close For Comfort: Hubble Discovers An Evaporating Planet - also here, here
  7. March 17, 2003 - Hubble Discovers an Evaporating Planet
Background


Formation of Earth's core

References:
  1. March 12, 2003 - How the Earth's core was formed
Background


Alzheimer's disease

References:
  1. March 12, 2003 - Researchers Identify Possible New Culprit In Alzheimer's Disease Plaque Formation
  2. March 13, 2003 - Common Painkillers May Help Protect Against Alzheimer's Disease
  3. March 14, 2003 - Lithium livens up stem cells
Background


Gene expression

References:
  1. March 12, 2003 - Newly Identified Molecules Contribute To Normal Silencing Of Most Human Genes
Background


Nanotechnology

References:
  1. March 12, 2003 - Nanocluster devices aid optical computing
Background


Gene therapy

References:
  1. March 13, 2003 - Gene therapy may switch off Huntington's
Background


DNA nanomachines

References:
  1. March 13, 2003 - DNA Fuel for Free-Running Nanomachines
Background


Martian water

References:
  1. March 13, 2003 - Water 'flows' on Mars
Background


Parkinson's disease

References:
  1. March 14, 2003 - Controlling 'Badly' Behaving Neurons May Ease Parkinson's Disease
Background


Benefits of lemon balm to memory

References:
  1. March 14, 2003 - Lemon balm 'may help memory'
Background


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