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Possibly Toxic Buckyballs

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NASA Briefs

A method of promoting healing of injured or diseased neurons from Ames Research Center involves pharmacological activation of the STAT3 alpha protein. Injured or diseased neurons heal incompletely or not at all because they are susceptible to apoptosis (cell death), or because they fail to engage in axogenesis - that is, they fail to re-extend their axons to their original targets. Natural anti-apoptotic, pro-axogenic mechanisms are stimulated artificially in the new method. Click here for more info.

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Melanoma Risk

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Fuel Cell Material

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Communicating Underground

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NCAR's New Supercomputer

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Focusing on Ultrashort Laser Pulses

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Satellites Allow View Into Ancient Past

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NASA Briefs

The Langley Research Center has developed an innovative method for acquiring fluid-level measurements. This method eliminates the need for the fluid-level sensor to have a physical connection to a power source or data acquisition equipment. The complete system consists of a lightweight, thin-film magnetic-field-response fluid-level sensor and a magnetic field response recorder. Click here.

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"Already August" A Spring Surprise

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