Cosmic Explosions Even More Powerful Than First Thought The biggest explosions since the Big Bang set the universe in motion some 13 billion years ago produced even more energy than first thought, scientists
Japanese Scientist Wins Nobel for Study of Cell Recycling
By Malcolm Ritter And Karl Ritter
NEW YORK _ Like a busy city, a cell works better if it can dispose of and recycle its garbage. Now a Japanese scientist has won the Nobel Prize in medicine for showing how that happens. The research may pay off in
For years physicists have posed theories that have tried to explain why the universe doesn’t just fly apart, given what appears to be quite a bit of empty space between star systems, planets and galaxies.