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Past News

Hot secret behind toucan's bill - Jul 27, 2009

This article discusses a research finding that seems to help explain why toucans have large bills.

published by BBC News

Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye - Jul 27, 2009

Tiny telescopes are being implanted in the eye to improve vision for people who have severely damaged retinas.

published by The New York Times

Tourist and 2 Others on Way to Space Station - Mar 27, 2009

The Soyuz TMA-14 spacecraft was launched into space at 7:49 a.m. Eastern time on March 26, 2009.  It used the same launch pad used by Yuri Gagarin. On board were Gennady Padalka, a Russian air force colonel; Dr. Michael Barratt, a physician-astronaut; and Charles Simonyi, a Hungarian-born software developer. It is  Charles Simonyi's second paid visit to the space station.

published by The New York Times

Light opens up a world of sound for the deaf - Nov 23, 2008

Research on using INFRARED light to facilitate hearing for deaf people.

published by New Scientist

Indian satellite orbiting Moon - Nov 10, 2008

India's Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft went into orbit around the moon on Saturday November 8, 2008.

published by BBC News

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