Monthly Archives: September 2015

NASA Confirms Evidence That Liquid Water Flows on Today’s Mars

New findings from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) provide the strongest evidence yet that liquid water flows intermittently on present-day Mars.

Alcohol addiction may get treated by diabetes drugs

A new study on mice and rats at Sahlgrenska Academy shows that a medication used for diabetes and obesity also could be a valuable tool for the treatment of alcohol dependence.

Heat wave hit heat Island hardest

Extreme summers like that of 2012 – which saw record temperatures in cities across the U.S. – may be atypical, but experts say they will return, especially as the planet warms under climate change.

How Rosetta’s commet got it’s shape

Two comets collided at low speed in the early Solar System to give rise to the distinctive ‘rubber duck’ shape of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, say Rosetta scientists.

A natural light switch

MIT scientists, working with colleagues in Spain, have discovered and mapped a light-sensing protein that uses vitamin B12 to perform key functions, including gene regulation.

Latest Breakthroughs in Space Exploration to be Focus of Discussion

(JERUSALEM – September 24, 2015):  Heads of the world’s leading space agencies will appear at a special plenary session at IAC 2015 in Jerusalem on Monday, October 12, 2015.  The agency…

Blackmagic Design to make it simpler for AV professionals to deploy real time Ultra HD on video walls 

Calgary, AB — Userful, a leading centralized display software appliance for AV & IT professionals, announces integration and support for Blackmagic Design’s DeckLink Duo, DeckLink Quad and Intensity Pro 4K capture and playback cards.

Professor Sijbrand de Jong elected as next President of CERN Council

Geneva,– CERN Council today announced the election of Professor Sijbrand de Jong as its 22nd President for a period of one year renewable twice, with a mandate starting on 1 January 2016.

DISCOVERY OF A HIGHLY EFFICIENT CATALYST EASES WAY TO HYDROGEN ECONOMY

MADISON – Hydrogen could be the ideal fuel: Whether used to make electricity in a fuel cell or burned to make heat, the only byproduct is water; there is no climate-altering carbon dioxide.

Helping Businesses Embrace Transformational Technology

SMU Office of Research – In today’s corporate environment dominated by companies such as Google, Apple and IBM, it is clear that Information Technology (IT) has transformed the way the world does business.

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