* Small epidemic may have killed Mozart: A minor bacterial outbreak spread from a military hospital may have felled the great composer, scientists say.Message 1 of 1 , Aug 17, 2009View Source
* Small "epidemic" may have killed Mozart:
A minor bacterial outbreak spread from a military
hospital may have felled the great composer, scientists
* "Dance restaurant" theory of water takes shape:
New studies suggest the molecular structure of water
can be compared to a crowded restaurant with a dance
* Cancer stem cells not drug-immune,
Scientists say they have found the first chemical
that selectively kills cells that spawn deadly tumors.
* Crash destroyed little planet, scientists claim:
A NASA telescope is thought to have found evidence
of a violent collision between two planets around a
* Chicken-hearted tyrants? Dinos may have
sought easy prey:
Huge, meat-eating dinosaurs like T. rex seem to have
preferred picking on youngsters, researchers say.
* Tiny deer, gliding frog among 100s of
A biological treasure trove threatened by climate
change, the eastern Himalayas are still giving up
* Scientists report growing new teeth for mice,
The technique may be a step toward more advanced
organ replacement therapies, researchers propose.
* Sharpest views of a colossal, violent, star:
Astronomers have captured the sharpest views yet of
the doomed "supergiant" star Betelgeuse.
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