Spider (ATH:SPID)

Reuters  Apr 4  Comment 
For the second time in three years, Mazda Motor Corp has issued a recall for Mazda6 sedans in North America because of a spider that likes the smell of gasoline and weaves a web that blocks a vent in the engine.
Red Orbit  Mar 28  Comment 
Pensoft Publishers As a spin-off (pun intended) of their Tropical Biodiversity course in Malaysian Borneo, a team of biology students discover a new spider species, build a makeshift taxonomy lab, write a joint publication and send it off to a...
Red Orbit  Mar 21  Comment 
University of Missouri-Columbia Beetles: it's what's for breakfast—at least for the red widow spider of Florida's "scrub" habitat, according to a study by University of Missouri biologist James Carrel. The study provides a first glimpse at...
FX Street  Mar 10  Comment 
Good Day! . And a Marvelous Monday to you! Well, ½ of the weekend was good weather-wise, so we had... For more information, read our latest forex news and reports.
Red Orbit  Mar 6  Comment 
American Chemical Society Spider silk of fantastical, superhero strength is finally speeding toward commercial reality — at least a synthetic version of it is. The material, which is five times stronger than steel, could be used in products...
NPR  Mar 5  Comment 
What happens when Hemingway the writer meets Hemingway the editing app?
Automotive World  Mar 4  Comment 
New McLaren 650S Spider just as engaging on road and track as fixed-roof Coupé 0-100km/h (62 mph) takes 3.0 seconds, 0-200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.6 seconds No reduction in torsional strength due to unique carbon fibre MonoCell chassis; similar...
Automotive World  Mar 4  Comment 
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider “avant-prémiere” previews new soft-top scheduled to enter production in 2015 True to the philosophy of the Alfa Romeo 4C, the Spider Design Preview remains an ultra-lightweight, high-performance driving machine Extensive...
Sydney Morning Herald  Feb 28  Comment 
A convertible version of Alfa’s racey new 4C sports coupe is due to be unveiled next week.     
New York Times  Feb 17  Comment 
Researchers at Yale are building large libraries of spider venoms that can be used to identify toxins as potential painkillers and other drugs.     



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