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04/12/2011

A new discovery about the dynamic impact of individual energetic particles into a solid surface improves our ability to predict surface stability or instability of materials under irradiation over time.

03/24/2011

X-ray observations made by the Suzaku observatory provide the clearest picture to date of the size, mass and chemical content of a nearby cluster of galaxies.

03/21/2011

Mathematics has revealed that differential growth and ruffling at the edges of each petal — not in the midrib, as commonly suggested — provide the force behind the lily’s bloom.

03/12/2011

UCLA nanotech research mimics enzymes in directing chemical reactions.

03/03/2011

Tomorrow's nonvolatile memory devices -- computer memory that can retain stored information even when not powered -- will profoundly change electronics, and Cornell researchers have discovered a new way of measuring and optimizing their performance.

02/21/2011

Institute will draw on the expertise of nearly 100 neuroscientists working in 20 departments across the Yale campus.

02/16/2011

The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) has been awarded $1.53 million in funding over six years to create and maintain BrainFacts.org, a unique nonprofit online source for authoritative public information about the progress and promise of brain research.

01/25/2011

Babies just over a year old process words they hear with the same brain structures as adults, and in the same amount of time. They are also capable of grasping their meaning.

01/20/2011

Kavli will receive the award on April 28, 2011 during the annual Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony and Dinner.

01/06/2011

The Crab Nebula is shocking scientists with gamma-ray flares set off by the most energetic particles ever traced to a specific astronomical object, leading researchers to rethink their ideas of how cosmic particles are accelerated.

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