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Archive for January 18, 2007

>Progressives vs. Conservatives (rubber, glue)

>What did I tell you? I forgot to tell you what the “Progressives” fuss was about and to link to the actual articles. Which meant that I didn’t review the actual critiques of the report by the President’s Domestic Policy Council (covered here, last week). Jonathan Moreno and Sam Berger of the Center for American … Continue reading

Progressives vs. Conservatives (rubber, glue)

What did I tell you? I forgot to tell you what the “Progressives” fuss was about and to link to the actual articles. Which meant that I didn’t review the actual critiques of the report by the President’s Domestic Policy Council (covered here, last week). Jonathan Moreno and Sam Berger of the Center for American … Continue reading

>Biased bioethicist’s slip is showing

>Every time I note someone else’s editorial or grammatical mistakes, I (later, of course) find that I’ve made some glaring mistake of my own in that comment. I’ll try to avoid that here, but read closely, just in case. Nevertheless, . . . Bioethics.net, the blog of the editors (and pseudoeditors) of the American Journal … Continue reading

Biased bioethicist's slip is showing

Every time I note someone else’s editorial or grammatical mistakes, I (later, of course) find that I’ve made some glaring mistake of my own in that comment. I’ll try to avoid that here, but read closely, just in case. Nevertheless, . . . Bioethics.net, the blog of the editors (and pseudoeditors) of the American Journal … Continue reading

>Selecting stem cells, filtering cancer cells

>I’ve wondered how the stem cells were being harvested from blood, instead of from bone marrow, and here’s an explanation printed in Science Daily about the work of Professor Michael King. The author did a good job of explaining a complex process. Although I haven’t copied it here, the article also explains one way that … Continue reading

Selecting stem cells, filtering cancer cells

I’ve wondered how the stem cells were being harvested from blood, instead of from bone marrow, and here’s an explanation printed in Science Daily about the work of Professor Michael King. The author did a good job of explaining a complex process. Although I haven’t copied it here, the article also explains one way that … Continue reading

>Brain wave biometric key

>New Scientist Tech reports on news of a possible personal identification device in the works: This novel biometric system should be difficult to forge, making it suitable for high-security applications, claim the researchers behind it. The system was developed by Dimitrios Tzovaras and colleagues at the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, in Greece. It … Continue reading

Brain wave biometric key

New Scientist Tech reports on news of a possible personal identification device in the works: This novel biometric system should be difficult to forge, making it suitable for high-security applications, claim the researchers behind it. The system was developed by Dimitrios Tzovaras and colleagues at the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, in Greece. It … Continue reading

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