Monthly Archives: May 2013

Salmonella exploit circadian response

Response to Salmonella infection is controlled by circadian regulation, a finding that “may suggest potential therapeutic strategies for chronopharmacologic interventions,” according to one of two papers on the unwelcome gut crasher published May 27 in the Proceedings of the National … Continue reading

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Meeting the ‘grand challenge’ of a sustainable water supply

Scientists and engineers must join together in a major new effort to educate the public and decision makers on a crisis in providing Earth’s people with clean water that looms ahead in the 21st century. That’s the focus of a … Continue reading

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Mitsubishi Prepares Second-Gen EV Pikes Peak Racers

Mitsubishi is returning to Colorado’s Pikes Peak this year, armed with two more all-electric racecars: the duo, named the MiEV Evolution II, will compete in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The last time Mitsubishi took to the world-famous … Continue reading

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