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Volume 2, Number 4
January 27, 2003

Stem cells
Nuclear propulsion for spacecraft
Cancer and COX-2
Strained silicon microchips
Evolution and the physical environment
Auto-immune disease vaccine
Mutualistic interaction in evolution
Nanoelectronics
Cancer
Neutrino oscillation
Language evolution and Zipf's law
Tissue engineering
Quasar formation and dark matter
Extrasolar planets
Effects of telomere shortening
T-regulatory cells
Fat retention and longevity
Neural mechanism of attention
AIDS vaccine
Information storage in molecular dots
Estrogens and cancer
Bacterial use of nonstandard amino acids in proteins


Stem cells

References:
  1. January 20, 2003 - Stem cells migrate from bone to brain
  2. January 21, 2003 - Bone Marrow Generates New Neurons In Human Brains
  3. January 21, 2003 - MS damage repaired by stem cells
  4. January 22, 2003 - Bone Marrow Stem Cells Reach Brain and Acclimate
  5. January 22, 2003 - Umbilical Cord Matrix, A Rich New Stem Cell Source
  6. January 22, 2003 - Bone marrow converted into rare brain tissue
Background


Nuclear propulsion for spacecraft

References:
  1. January 20, 2003 - NASA boosts nuclear propulsion plans
  2. January 23, 2003 - Nuclear fusion could power NASA spacecraft
Background


Cancer and COX-2

References:
  1. January 20, 2003 - Researchers Identify Protein That Kills Cancer Cells
Background


Strained silicon microchips

References:
  1. January 20, 2003 - Research Project Promises Faster, Cheaper And More Reliable Microchips
Background


Evolution and the physical environment

References:
  1. January 20, 2003 - Chemistry guides evolution, claims theory
Background


Auto-immune disease vaccine

References:
  1. January 20, 2003 - Vaccine for auto-immune diseases a possibility
Background, Background


Mutualistic interaction in evolution

References:
  1. January 21, 2003 - Evolving Slower Gets You The Bigger Piece Of The Pie
Background


Nanoelectronics

References:
  1. January 21, 2003 - Nanowires form nanoelectronic devices
Background


Cancer

References:
  1. January 21, 2003 - Cancer-busting drugs found in deep sea bacteria
Background


Neutrino oscillation

References:
  1. January 22, 2003 - Antineutrinos caught in vanishing act
Background


Language evolution and Zipf's law

References:
  1. January 22, 2003 - Language evolved in a leap
Background


Tissue engineering

References:
  1. January 22, 2003 - Ink-jet printing creates tubes of living tissue
Background


Quasar formation and dark matter

References:
  1. January 23, 2003 - Mystery Matter Helped Build First Galaxies
  2. January 23, 2003 - First quasars shed light on the early universe
  3. January 23, 2003 - Dark matter halos found?
  4. January 25, 2003 - Dark matter builds galaxies, feeds quasars
Background, Background, Background


Extrasolar planets

References:
  1. January 23, 2003 - Deadly Dance: Giant Planet Found Orbiting Huge Star
  2. January 23, 2003 - Distant World In Peril Discovered; Giant Exoplanet Orbits Giant Star
  3. January 27, 2003 - Doomed planet orbits giant star
Background


Effects of telomere shortening

References:
  1. January 23, 2003 - Effects Of Rare, Devastating Disease Linked To Shrinking Of Cells' Telomeres
Background


T-regulatory cells

References:
  1. January 23, 2003 - Scientists Discover How To Grow Cells That Suppress Immune Responses
Background


Fat retention and longevity

References:
  1. January 23, 2003 - Eat more, weigh less, live longer?
Background


Neural mechanism of attention

References:
  1. January 24, 2003 - Study Shows How The Brain Pays Attention; Neural Circuits That Control Eye Movements Play Multiple Roles In Visual Attention
Background


AIDS vaccine

References:
  1. January 24, 2003 - AIDS Vaccine Moves To Clinical Trials
Background


Information storage in molecular dots

References:
  1. January 24, 2003 - Molecular dots rise for information storage
Background


Estrogens and cancer

References:
  1. January 25, 2003 - Estrogens Classified as Carcinogens
Background


Bacterial use of nonstandard amino acids in proteins

References:
  1. January 25, 2003 - Unnatural Biochemistry: Bacteria make and use an alien amino acid
Background


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