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One billion computing hours.
 
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Scientists crack levitation 
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European scientists to land a man on Mars 
By Robert Jaques | Apr 10, 2007 | Comment Now 
The European Science Foundation (ESF) has unveiled details of "an ambitious programme" of research for the exploration of the Moon and Mars.
 
Old scientists 'recycled' in Korea 
By Simon Burns | Sep 7, 2006 | Comment Now 
Retired experts drafted in to help small firms.
 
Computer scientists test social network theory 
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US boffins test 'six degrees of separation' assertion.
 
Scientists achieve silicon breakthrough 
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London university uses UV rays to create base microchip material.
 
IBM scientists decode the DNA of spam 
By RenĂ© Millman | Aug 25, 2004 | Comment Now 
IBM scientists have used a mix of DNA analysis techniques and Feng-Shui to combat the growing tide of spam.
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