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Photon Tapped for High-Capacity Storage

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by Mike Zazaian January 20, 2007 - 3:44pm, 15 Comments >>

Images of the letters 'UR' as stored on a single photon by John Howell and his team of researchers

Scientists at the University of Rochester have stored an entire image-worth of data within a single photon, promising unsurpassed quantities of data storage for the era of quantum computing that lies before us.

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Airport Scanner Takes X-Rated X-Rays

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by Mike Zazaian December 4, 2006 - 3:35pm, 53 Comments >>

Demonstration of a man standing in front of a Secure 1000 backscatter x-ray machine

A new x-ray scanner at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport takes skin-deep photos of passengers to detect guns and explosives, but should personal privacy be the price of safety?

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Scientists Test Sonic Levitation on Goldfish

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by Mike Zazaian December 1, 2006 - 1:44pm, 4 Comments >>

A goldfish suspended in the sonic levitation device

Researchers at the Northwestern Polytechnical University in Xi’an, China have developed a device that uses sound waves to levitate objects and small animals. Needless to say there has been substantial unrest in the Chinese cockroach community.

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AIDS Strain Fights AIDS

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by Mike Zazaian November 7, 2006 - 12:36pm, 7 Comments >>

A microscope image of the HIV virus

Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a genetically-engineered strain of the AIDS virus that combats other, more deadly strains.

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Poverty Causes Lower Lifespans in Richer Areas

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by Mike Zazaian November 1, 2006 - 4:06pm, 2 Comments >>

 Poverty Means Lower Lifespans in Richer Areas

A study conducted at Stanford University suggests that impoverished citizens living in more affluent areas have shorter lifespans than those in less ritzy neighborhoods.

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Lip-Reading Translation Device Makes Anyone Bilingual

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by Mike Zazaian October 27, 2006 - 12:17pm, 3 Comments >>

 Instant Translator Makes Anyone Bilingual

A device being developed at Carnegie Mellon University allows its user to mouth words in their native language, then automatically translates and announces those words in a foreign tongue.

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Cell Phones Lower Sperm Count, Study Says

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by Mike Zazaian October 24, 2006 - 11:16am, 5 Comments >>

Cell Phone Usage Could Lower Sperm Count

A study conducted in Cleveland, Mumbai, and New Orleans shows that men who use cell phones for extended periods of time show a decreased sperm count, lower motility, and greater sperm deformation.

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Colds, Flus Could Cause Brain Damage, Study Says

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by Mike Zazaian October 23, 2006 - 7:42pm, 1 Comment >>

 Colds, Flus Could Cause Brain Damage, Study Says

A study conducted on mice suggests that colds, flus and other viral infections could lead to acute memory loss.

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Duke Scientists Create Invisibility Cloak

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by Mike Zazaian October 20, 2006 - 12:46pm, 5 Comments >>

Graphic of the invisibility cloak at work in a video demonstration

A team of researchers at Duke university have created a substance that deflects electromagnetic waves to imbue similar properties as a mythical Invisibility Cloak

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Coke’s Enviga Boasts ‘Negative Calorie Effect’

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by Mike Zazaian October 19, 2006 - 3:54pm, 1 Comment >>

Green Tea, Berry and Peach, the 3 Enviga varieties available at launch

Coca-Cola plans to roll out a green-tea beverage called Enviga, which uses green-tea extracts, calcium and caffeine to increase metabolism in its drinkers.

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