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New 'pollution radar' developed to provide unprecedented picture of urban smog

...with five-minute time resolution. This is achieved by the simultaneous analysis of scattered solar UV/Visible radiation from multiple instruments and multi viewing geometries, giving an unprecedented level of information on the dynamics and composition of the urban environment. The CityScan instrument...

Futronic Launches FS22 Fingerprint Access Control Device

...ernet for user data and access log synchronization. So it is possible to use FS22, together with FS21M and FS20, to form a web-enable, large scale and multi location access and attendance control system under the control of one FAS. About Futronic Technology Company Limited Futronic provide...

Normal-looking sperm may have serious damage; scientists urge more care in selection

... DNA fragmentation. But in the infertile men, between 20 and 66% of normal-looking sperm had DNA damage. "The origin of DNA fragmentation can be multi factorial," said Mr. Avendao. "Oxidative stress (mainly due to reproductive tract infections) and apoptosis are the most studied, but other factors as...

Another type of nanotube, a how-to guide to making bamboo-structured carbon nanotubes

...on nanotubes are not as straightforward as many believe them to be. Of course there are the simple single walled carbon nanotubes and the more complex multi walled carbon nanotubes, but there are also carbon nanotubes in a number of other forms. By altering reaction conditions, carbon nanotubes also exist ...

Experimental TB drug effective against resistant and latent mycobacterium tuberculosis

... An experimental tuberculosis drug may be effective against not only multi drug-resistant forms of the disease but could also be the first compound to treat the latent stage of infection as well. Researchers report their res...

UCLA launches $20 million stem cell institute to investigate HIV, cancer and neurological disorders

...es for gene expression analysis, proteomics using advanced mass spectroscopy, large-scale computational facilities for bioinformatics, and world-class multi modality imaging facilities for analysis of stem cell therapies in laboratory models and, ultimately, in patients enrolled in clinical trials. "UCL...
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