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Volume 3, Number 6
February 9, 2004

Extrasolar planets
Cancer
Momentum of the vacuum
Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect
Carbon nanotubes
Tumor-seeking virus
AIDS
Nanotechnology
Avian flu
Advantages of a moderate-fat diet
Black holes
Stem cells
KT mass extinction
Diabetes
RNA interference and gene function determination
Quantum teleportation
Atmospheric oxygenation


Extrasolar planets

References:
  1. February 2, 2004 - Oxygen and carbon discovered in exoplanet atmosphere 'blow-off' - also here
  2. February 2, 2004 - Oxygen and Carbon Discovered in Exoplanet Atmosphere 'Blow-Off'
  3. February 2, 2004 - The extrasolar planet HD 209458 b
  4. February 3, 2004 - Oxygen seen streaming off exoplanet
  5. February 3, 2004 - Oxygen and carbon discovered in exoplanet atmosphere blow-off
  6. February 3, 2004 - Hubble Spots Oxygen and Carbon in Distant Planet's Atmosphere
  7. February 3, 2004 - Oxygen And Carbon Found In Atmosphere Of An Extrasolar Planet
  8. February 3, 2004 - Oxygen seen swirling around far off planet
  9. February 4, 2004 - Hell planet gets solar hammering
Background


Cancer

References:
  1. February 2, 2004 - Activation Of Receptor Ups Development Of Precancerous Intestinal Polyps
  2. February 4, 2004 - Study Supports Role Of Aspirin In Reducing Risk Of Colorectal Cancer
  3. February 5, 2004 - Inflammation Marker Predicts Colon Cancer
Background


Momentum of the vacuum

References:
  1. February 2, 2004 - Movement from nothing
Background


Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect

References:
  1. February 2, 2004 - Are galaxy clusters corrupting Big Bang echoes?
  2. February 6, 2004 - Physicists attack cosmological model
Background


Carbon nanotubes

References:
  1. February 2, 2004 - Carbon Nanotube Gel
  2. February 3, 2004 - Stirring Research Provides Recipe For Nanotube Success
  3. February 5, 2004 - Nanotube quantum dot doubles up - also here
Background


Tumor-seeking virus

References:
  1. February 3, 2004 - Researchers Discover That A Virus Can Naturally Target And Kill Tumors
Background


AIDS

References:
  1. February 3, 2004 - 'Kissing' RNA And HIV-1: Unraveling The Details
Background


Nanotechnology

References:
  1. February 3, 2004 - Nanoruler a promising line of work
  2. February 4, 2004 - Nanoruler Could Impact Space Physics, More
Background


Avian flu

References:
  1. February 3, 2004 - Asia can beat the bird flu, says WHO
Background


Advantages of a moderate-fat diet

References:
  1. February 4, 2004 - Moderate-fat Diet Is Kinder To Heart Than Low-fat Diet, Study Shows
Background


Black holes

References:
  1. February 5, 2004 - New Study Shows How Black Holes Get Their 'Kicks'
Background


Stem cells

References:
  1. February 5, 2004 - Skin Regeneration Not Isolated To Epidermal Stem Cells
Background


KT mass extinction

References:
  1. February 5, 2004 - Dino 'survival' claim disputed
Background


Diabetes

References:
  1. February 6, 2004 - Understanding The Autoimmune Response In Type 1 Diabetes
  2. February 6, 2004 - Lots Of Low-fat Food Is Better Than Small Portions Of High-fat Food
Background


RNA interference and gene function determination

References:
  1. February 6, 2004 - Researchers Adapt RNA Interference To Study Gene Function On A Large Scale
Background, Background


Quantum teleportation

References:
  1. February 6, 2004 - Beam Up an Electron
Background


Atmospheric oxygenation

References:
  1. February 7, 2004 - Oxygen's rise may have promoted complex life
Background, Background


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