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Miners may be risky, but gems to be found
HandoutIn a report this week, Bank of Nova Scotia analyst Tom Meyer highlighted several companies he views as attractive portfolio choices, including First Quantum Minerals Ltd., Inmet Mining Corp. and Lundin Mining Corp.
First Quantum preps Sentinel for production
First Quantum Minerals (FM-T) - which has several copper projects in its development pipeline - has a new reserve and resource estimate in hand for its Sentinel copper project in Zambia.
Brain imaging: fMRI 2.0
It was the first demonstration of fMRI as it is commonly used today, and came just months after the technique debuted - using a contrast agent - in humans.
Not-quite-so elementary, my dear electron
But in the 1980s, physicists predicted that electrons in a one-dimensional chain of atoms could be split into three quasiparticles: a 'holon' carrying the electron's charge, a 'spinon' carrying its spin (an intrinsic quantum property related to ...
Embattled neutrino project leaders step down
The group plans to repeat its measurements before definitively scotching the possibility of superluminal travel, first announced in September 2011.
Infectious disease: Blowing in the wind
Kawasaki disease was uncommon even in Japan, where it had been first identified in the early 1960s, and was almost unheard of in the United States.
Pigeons may 'hear' magnetic fields
Individual neurons in birds' brains can relay crucial information about Earth's magnetic field, possibly providing the animals with an 'internal GPS', according to research into magnetoreception.
China's stem-cell rules go unheeded
She agrees that controlled clinical trials are needed to verify the efficacy of their treatments. “But,” she asks, “who's going to pay?
Physicists hunt for dark forces
It would be the first sign of a hidden sector, which could include entire zoos of new particles, including dark matter. “It would be like when Galileo saw moons orbiting Jupiter,” says Nima Arkani-Hamed, a theorist at the Institute for Advanced Study ...
Million-year-old ash hints at origins of cooking
Cooking makes food easier to chew and digest, so the first humans to adopt it could get more energy from the same amount of food and spend less time foraging.