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ESA presents Integral's first images
Integral, the European Space Agency's gamma-ray satellite, has taken its first images and collected its first scientific data. (2002-12-11)
Integral expands our view of the gamma-ray sky
Integral's latest survey of the gamma-ray universe continues to change the way astronomers think of the high-energy cosmos. (2007-02-20)
Integral sees the Galactic center playing hide and seek
ESA's gamma ray observatory Integral has caught the centre of our galaxy in a moment of rare quiet. (2007-01-18)
ESA's Integral discovers hidden black holes
Integral, ESA's powerful gamma-ray space telescope, has discovered what seems to be a new class of astronomical objects. (2003-10-20)
Science with Integral -- 5 years on
With eyes that peer into the most energetic phenomena in the universe, ESA's Integral has been setting records, discovering the unexpected and helping understanding the unknown over its first five years. (2007-10-17)
Feedback control could be key to robust conservation management
Mathematical algorithms used to control everyday household items such as washing machines could hold the key to winning the fight for conservation, a new study has claimed. (2014-07-10)
Integral looks at Earth to seek source of cosmic radiation
Cosmic space is filled with continuous, diffuse high-energy radiation. To find out how this energy is produced, the scientists behind ESA's Integral gamma-ray observatory have tried an unusual method: observing Earth from space. (2006-03-16)
Integral catches a new erupting black hole
ESA's gamma-ray observatory, Integral, has spotted a rare kind of gamma-ray outburst. (2006-11-27)
ESA's new view of the Milky Way - in gamma rays!
ESA's gamma-ray observatory Integral is making excellent progress, mapping the Galaxy at key gamma-ray wavelengths. (2003-11-11)
Engineers research effects of heat expansion on economically efficient bridge design
Kansas State University researchers are studying the effects of integral bridge expansion resulting from heat to make these types of bridges a more viable alternative. (2009-06-26)
Integral spots matter a millisecond from doom
ESA's Integral gamma-ray observatory has spotted extremely hot matter just a millisecond before it plunges into the oblivion of a black hole. (2011-03-24)
ESA's Integral solves thirty-year old gamma-ray mystery
ESA's Integral gamma-ray observatory has resolved the diffuse glow of gamma rays in the centre of our Galaxy and has shown that most of it is produced by a hundred individual sources. (2004-03-18)
ESA steps towards a great black hole census
Astronomers using ESA's orbiting gamma-ray observatory, Integral, have taken an important step towards estimating how many black holes there are in the Universe. (2006-09-07)
Integral challenges physics beyond Einstein
ESA's Integral gamma-ray observatory has provided results that will dramatically affect the search for physics beyond Einstein. (2011-06-30)
Groundbreaking discovery may lead to stronger antibiotics
The last decade has seen a dramatic decline in the effectiveness of antibiotics, resulting in a mounting public health crisis across the world. (2008-10-01)
Where are the supermassive black holes hiding?
European and American scientists, on a quest to find supermassive black holes hiding in nearby galaxies, have found surprisingly few. (2006-07-26)
Dissecting a stellar explosion
Integral has captured one of the brightest gamma-ray bursts ever seen. (2009-04-03)
How to get rid of a satellite after its retirement
Researchers at University of La Rioja have developed a new method to eliminate artificial satellites in Highly Elliptical Orbits when they finish their mission. (2015-09-01)
Vast cloud of antimatter traced to binary stars
Four years of observations from the European Space Agency's Integral (INTErnational Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory) satellite may have cleared up one of the most vexing mysteries in our Milky Way: the origin of a giant cloud of antimatter surrounding the galactic center. (2008-01-09)
New bitter blocker discovered
Bitter taste often causes rejection that can interfere with food selection, nutrition and therapeutic compliance. (2011-06-02)
Integral reveals new class of 'supergiant' X-ray binary stars
ESA's Integral gamma-ray observatory has discovered a new, highly populated class of X-ray fast 'transient' binary stars, undetected in previous observations. (2005-11-16)
UT Arlington patent allows real-time learning based on previous decisions
UT Arlington electrical engineers have patented an innovative method that improves a controller's ability to make real-time decisions. (2015-09-01)
Three satellites needed to bring out 'shy star'
An international team of scientists has uncovered a rare type of neutron star so elusive that it took three satellites to identify it. (2005-07-13)
SIAM to present Richard C. DiPrima Prize for exemplary doctoral work
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics will award the Richard C. (2008-06-30)
New study shows LED lights attract fewer insects than other lights
New research by scientists from the University of Bristol has revealed that domestic LED lights are much less attractive to nuisance insects such as biting midges than traditional filament lamps. (2016-11-15)
Star eats companion
ESA's Integral space observatory, together with NASA's Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer spacecraft, has found a fast-spinning pulsar in the process of devouring its companion. (2005-09-06)
POSTECH researchers develop a control algorithm for more accurate lab-on-a-chip devices
Prof. Wan Kyun Chung with Ph.D. student Young Jin Heo, M.S. student Junsu Kang, and postdoctoral researcher Min Jun Kim in the Robotics Laboratory at POSTECH, Korea, have developed a novel control algorithm to resolve critical problems induced from a Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) controller by automatizing the technical tuning process. (2016-04-04)
Giant eruption reveals 'dead' star
An enormous eruption has found its way to Earth after traveling for many thousands of years across space. (2009-06-16)
Active particles may enhance phase separation
An international team of researchers has studied the phase separation of a mixture of active and passive particles via molecular dynamics simulations and integral equation theoretical calculations. (2014-06-12)
Gennadi Henkin receives Bergman Prize
Gennadi Henkin of the University of Paris VI has been awarded the 2011 Stefan Bergman Prize. (2012-03-22)
Astrophysicists report radioactive cobalt in supernova explosion
A group of Russian astrophysicists, including researchers from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, have detected the formation of radioactive cobalt during a supernova explosion, lending credence to a corresponding theory of supernova explosions. (2014-08-29)
Grandparents relate to adopted grandchildren the same as biological grandchildren
Grandparents of adopted grandchildren relate to them as an integral part of the family -- just as they relate to their biological grandchildren. (2007-04-16)
Secularization of suicide meant callous mockery of writers' deaths
Poet Virginia Woolf dressed in overcoat, pockets filled with stones, walked into a river in 1941 and drowned. (2010-08-05)
Using RNA as your guide
In the May 15th issue of G&D, Drs. Michael and Rebecca Terns and colleagues have effectively reconstituted the archaeal modification guide ribonucleoprotein complex that guides pseudouridylation in vitro in a site-specific manner. (2005-05-02)
Multiple eyes for the VLT
The ESO Very Large Telescope (VLT) at the Paranal Observatory will soon be equipped with the Fibre Large Array Multi-Element Spectrograph (FLAMES). (2002-01-28)
Lowering the shoulder on bodychecking
In this issue of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, Anthony Marchie and Michael Cusimano state that a review of the relevant literature shows that disallowing bodychecking in youth hockey is the (2003-07-21)
Galaxy 'hunting' made easy
Astronomers using ESO's Very Large Telescope have discovered in a single pass about a dozen otherwise invisible galaxies halfway across the universe. (2007-09-14)
The good Earth
The Naval Research Laboratory has received a patent for a faster, safer device for measuring concentrations of metals in soil in hazardous waste environments. (2000-09-07)
Synthetic membranes created to mimic properties of living cells
Biochemists at the University of California San Diego have developed artificial cell membranes that grow and remodel themselves in a manner similar to that of living mammalian cells. (2016-07-18)
The role of vitamin D in a healthy pregnancy
For a pregnancy to proceed to term, early modulation of the immunologic response is required to induce tolerance to the fetus. (2018-06-20)
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