Nikon's Small World celebrates 30 Years of photography through the microscope Suzanne Tracy At a twilight reception in New York's Times Square, astonishing displays of color and form were revealing remarkable subject matter. Twenty extraordinary images from the world of science, as seen through a microscope's eye, were making their debut in Nikon's 2004 Small World Photomicrography exhibit …
Joseph M. Przechocki, Product Marketing Manager, OriginLab Corporation OriginLab's latest software, Origin 7.5, a scientific graphing and data analysis application for Microsoft® Windows, builds upon the product's established record of being very powerful, yet easy to use.
It’s not as famous as Fermat’s Last Theorem. In fact, the math problem, which has not had a correct solution since it was proposed in the 1960s, doesn’t even have a name. But a new, elegant solution for the unnamed 40-year old problem has intrigued scientists enough to be published in a two-part paper in one of the world’s top math journals …
Scientists have glimpsed the 3-D structure of a protein that protects the ends of human chromosomes, a function that is essential for normal cell division and survival. By visualizing the protein as it surrounds the end of a chromosome, the scientists have learned how the protein hones in on a specific DNA sequence and acts like a protective cap to prevent erosion of chromosome ends …
An international team led by an Edinburgh astronomer has discovered that by studying polarized light from black holes,
The Arctic is warming much more rapidly than previously known, at nearly twice the rate as the rest of the globe, and increasing greenhouse gases from human activities are projected to
Intel Corp. announced it has deployed a campus-wide broadband and wireless communications network within China's Wolong Nature Reserve to aid researchers in the study, care and preservation of the endangered giant panda.
A near-complete skeleton of a previously undiscovered species of human has been found on the Indonesian island of Flores, raising images of a lost world of "little people" that co-existed with modern humans until relatively recently.
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