The Supernova That Just Won't Fade Away
Source: ESA Posted: 7/21/05 Scientists have found that a star that exploded in 1979 is as bright today in X-ray light as it was when it was discovered years ago, a surprise finding because such objects usually fade significantly after only a few months.
Physicists Create a 'Perfect' Way to Study the Big Bang
Source: EPSRC Posted: 7/21/05 Physicists have created the state of matter thought to have filled the Universe just a few microseconds after the big bang and found it to be different from what they were expecting. Instead of a gas, it is more like a liquid.
Wiring the Brain at the Nanoscale
Source: NSF Posted: 7/11/05 Working with platinum nanowires 100 times thinner than a human hair a team of U.S. and Japanese researchers has demonstrated a technique that may allow doctors to monitor individual brain cells.
New device creates electricity and treats wastewater
Source: WUSTL Posted: 7/11/05 An environmental engineer at Washington University in St. Louis has created a device similar to a hydrogen fuel cell that uses bacteria to treat wastewater and create electricity.
NASA's Deep Impact Tells a Tale of the Comet
Source: NASA/JPL Posted: 7/11/05 Data from Deep Impact's instruments indicate an immense cloud of fine powdery material was released when the probe slammed into the nucleus of comet Tempel 1 at about 10 kilometers per second.
'If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.'