A nice, non-legalese summary of the Google Books story from Read Write Web:
Chemists and biologists have finally cracked one of the longest standing chemical mysteries. They have demonstrated exactly how an unusual class of compounds known as tropolones are synthesized in fungi.
Christoph Parthier, Martin Kleinschmidt, Piotr Neumann, Rainer Rudolph, Susanne Manhart, Dagmar Schlenzig, Jorg Fanghanel, Jens-Ulrich Rahfeld, Hans-Ulrich Demuth, Milton T. StubbsAug 28, 2007; 104:13942-13947Biochemistry
As the global media speculate on the number of people likely to inhabit the planet on October 31 an international team of population and development experts argue that it is not simply the number of people that matters but more so their distribution by age, education, health status and location that is most relevant to local and global sustainability.
There’s recently been a lot of fuss regarding the world population reaching the 7.000.000.000 mark; now, the truth is we’ve probably reached that number quite a while ago, but just didn’t know it. Anyway, in countries all over the world, hospitals and clinics marked the world’s population reaching 7 billion Monday with lavish ceremonies and parties.
7 charged in test cheating scheme
College student allegedly was paid to SAT for high school students
787 Dreamliner: The first one goes to Japan's All Nippon Airways, which has been printing the 787 logo and "We Fly 1st" on its business cards for years.
Outlet: Patriot Ledger - Online, TheSue Scheible/The Patriot Ledger
This photo from around 1910 shows Peddocks island, with the former Island Hotel to the left of center,. Bill and Claire Hale of Georgetown, whose family still uses a cottage on Peddocks, said the cottage is where th
Aleks pointed me to this interesting article by Sarah Slobin. I don’t have any good way of summarizing it, so you’ll just have to follow the link and read it.