Although her career as a pilot lasted a mere 11 months, Harriet Quimby left an indelible mark on aviation history as both the first American woman to become a licensed pilot and the first woman to cross the English Channel. A gifted journalist with a deep love of the theatre, Harriet Quimby first made a name for herself as a writer at Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly. Primarily a writer of feature articles and stage reviews, Quimby also took photos for the publication of her many journeys around the world. …
- Possibility of cloning quantum information from the pastPopular television shows such as "Doctor Who" have brought the idea of time travel into the vernacular of popular culture. But problem of time travel is even more complicated than one might think. Scientists have now shown that it would theoretically be possible for time travelers to copy quantum data from the past.
- Clinical waste may be valuable for monitoring treatment response in ovarian cancerA microchip-based device developed may greatly simplify the monitoring of patients' response to treatment for ovarian cancer -- the most lethal form of gynecologic cancer -- and certain other malignancies. The team reports using their device to isolate and identify tumor cells from ascites, an accumulation of fluid in the abdomen that often occurs in ab […]
- Calibration tools to encourage use of novel medical imaging techniqueResearchers have developed prototype calibration tools for an experimental medical imaging technique that offer new advantages in diagnosing and monitoring of certain cancers and possibly other medical conditions.
- Possibility of cloning quantum information from the past
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