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Evolving planets get a bumpy ride
5-March-2012

The formation of planets occurs under constant bombardment from particles ranging from a few nanometres to tens of kilometres in size, according to recent analyses of asteroid samples by scientists at Okayama University. The study is the first reported analysis of grains taken directly from a solar body in space.

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The world’s fastest Y-00 stream cipher transmission at 40 Gbit/sec over 120 km
5-March-2012

Fumio Futami at Tamagawa University, Quantum ICT Research Institute, announced the world first transmission of the stream cipher by Yuen 2000 protocol (Y-00) at the bit rate of 40 Gbit/sec over 120 km.

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Insights into side effects of thalidomide using magnetic nanoparticles
5-March-2012

Tokyo Tech’s Hiroshi Handa and colleagues have identified a key protein— cereblon —involved in the development of birth defects associated with thalidomide using unique sub-micrometer functionalized magnetic nanobeads. The discovery opens up possibilities for the development of safer drugs for the treatment of multiple myeloma and leprosy.

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NEWS BRIEFING ALERT: Fukushima – one year on
2-March-2012

March 11 marks the one year anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan. The Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC) is organising a briefing for journalists entitled 'Fukushima - one year on' on Tuesday 6 March 2012. The briefing will be available in both English and Japanese.

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UNIMAS study shows pill is the most used form of birth control in Malaysia
28-February-2012

A study carried out by fourth year medical students of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) has shown that taking contraceptive pill is the most common method for birth control.

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