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News | Archive (12 September 2010)

Archived news stories published on 12 September 2010 [chronologically, reverse order]
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A new type of stem cells found in prostate may be involved in cancer
A new type of stem cells found in prostate may be involved in cancer — A new type of stem cell found in the prostate of adult mice can be a source of prostate cancer, according to a new study…
XMM-Newton uncovers a celestial Rosetta stone
XMM-Newton uncovers a celestial Rosetta stone — ESA's XMM-Newton orbiting X-ray telescope has uncovered a celestial Rosetta stone: the first close-up of a white dwarf star,…
Atoms don't dance the 'Bose Nova'
Atoms don't dance the 'Bose Nova' — Hanns-Christoph Naegerl's research group has investigated how ultracold quantum gases behave in lower spatial dimensions.…
NGC 4945: The Milky Way's not-so-distant cousin
NGC 4945: The Milky Way's not-so-distant cousin — ESO has released a striking new image of a nearby galaxy that many astronomers think closely resembles our own Milky Way.…

Henry Ford Hospital study: hVISA linked to high mortality

— 18:39 GMT | Health

A MRSA infection with a reduced susceptibility to the potent antibiotic drug vancomycin is linked to high mortality, according to a Henry Ford Hospital study…

Flying high with cold quantum matter

— 10:28 GMT | Physics

In Pardorama, situated 2600 m above sea level, in Ischgl/Tyrol, European researchers in the field of quantum matter will meet to discuss the newest findings in one of the most exciting fields of research. The conference is funded by the European Science Foundation (ESF) and deals with the particular nature of ultracold quantum matter…

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