Brightsurf Science News & Current Events

March 12, 1997
Drug Slows Blindness In AIDS Patients
AIDS patients facing blindness from a virus infection may respond to the drug cidofovir, according to results of a multicenter study led by a Johns Hopkins researcher.

When Satellites Mislead: Scientists Prescribe Caution
Temperature-gleaning satellites are useful tools in the quest to diagnose global change, but only when their limitations are well understood.

ORNL, Supercomputer Working To Make Tomorrow's Cars Safer
Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have built a computer model the Department of Transportation can provide to United States automakers to make improvements to vehicles of the future

Global Climate Monitoring: The Accuracy of Satellite Data
Recently, much scientific debate has focused on the global temperature of the Earth's lower atmosphere as measured by orbiting satellites.
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