Thursday, March 16, 2006

Today in Science

Climate Change

UN to hold emergency meeting today on climate change. Guardian

It's probably too late to stop global warming even if we halted carbon emissions immediately. Reuters

Science

Scientist creates designer shapes out of DNA, may prove useful for future nanotechnology. Reuters, BBC, LiveScience.com, Nature

Ultrasonic frog discovered. BBC, LiveScience.com, Nature

Health

Scientists identify a protein that may allow earlier diagnosis, treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Nature

Technology

Defense Department wants cyborg-insect army. BBC

iTunes to offer full-length movies (and are starting with a crappy Disney Channel movie). WP

Evolution

Dinosaur fossil may force a rethinking of how feathers evolved in dinosaurs. CNN, USAT, LiveScience.com

Politics

Nominee to head the FDA may be blocked due to inaction on approval of 'Plan B' contraception. NYT, ScienceNOW

Stem Cells

Stem cell therapy helps woman with multiple sclerosis. CBC

Disgraced South Korean stem cell scientist has his license to work with stem cells revoked. LAT, Reuters

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