Brightsurf Science News & Current Events

July 10, 1996
New Procedure Speeds Detection of Livestock Parasite
A new test from U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers trims time and expense diagnosing whether aborting cattle are infested with Neospora caninum.

New Grapes From Cornell Debut
Two new grape varieties, one for eating and one for wine, developed at Cornell, are introduced.

Researcher Uses Computer Model Of Soccer Fan Crowd Behaviour To Model Trading Patterns Of Stockbrokers
The trading patterns of stockbrokers have a lot in common with the behaviour of crowds of soccer fans according to University of Warwick researcher Keith Still.

Web Offers Fertile Ground for Politics
The World Wide Web offers political candidates an effective way to reach groups of active voters, new research suggests.
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