Brightsurf Science News & Current Events

April 14, 2001
Wireless browsing in class can lower grades
Using wireless networking to browse the web during class can be a distraction, and when college students do too much of it their grades suffer, Cornell University researchers have found.

Human brain loves surprises, research reveals
Scientists at Emory University and Baylor College of Medicine may have discovered why some people actually crave the unexpected.

Journalists invited to potato late blight workshop in Poland
Media are invited to attend the Potato Late Blight Field Day in Toluca, Mexico on Monday, Aug.

Antisense treatment promising for deadly brain tumors
Researchers at Jefferson Medical College have used DNA therapy known as antisense to treat patients with usually fatal brain tumors.
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