Archive: 04/04/2005

LG Pioneers Tomorrow's Home Today

LG Electronics Initiates First LnCP Consortium for Standardization of Home Networks LG Electronics (LG) is leading the international expansion of groundbreaking "Home Network" technology, connecting all home a ...

Apr 04, 2005
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Ophthalmologists and physicists team up to design 'bionic eye'

Stanford physicists and eye doctors have teamed up to design a "bionic eye," of sorts. On Feb. 22 in the Journal of Neural Engineering, Daniel Palanker, Alexander Vankov and Phil Huie from the Department of Ophthalmology ...

Apr 04, 2005
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Gates Scholar Aims to Revolutionize Computing

Anthony Hylick doesn’t want much out of life, only to help develop what could be the biggest revolution in computing since the Internet. Now, he'll have his chance. As Georgia Tech's latest recipient of the Gates Cambridge Sch ...

Apr 04, 2005
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Social Stress Boosts Immune System's Flu-Fighting Abilities

A new study in mice suggests that, in certain cases, stress may enhance the body's ability to fight the flu. Short bouts of intense social stress improved the ability in the mice to recover from the flu. The stress apparently did ...

Apr 04, 2005
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You Are What You Listen to

Users of Digital Music Sharing System Judge Others by their Playlists Co-workers sharing digital music in the workplace via Apple Computer’s popular iTunes software form impressions of each other based o ...

Apr 04, 2005
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NASA's robotic spacecraft to be launched on April 15

After a series of delays, NASA's Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology (DART) spacecraft is finally scheduled to launch at 1:21 p.m. EDT, April 15 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. DART is ...

Apr 04, 2005
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Making the intelligent workspace a reality

"Our plan is to have 'the' operating system for buildings." So says Richard Green, CEO of the newly-established Cambridge (UK) start-up Ubisense, about his company’s revolutionary new technology for locating staff within ...

Apr 04, 2005
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Astronomers Discover Mysterious New Star Clusters

A UK-led team of astronomers has discovered a completely new type of star cluster around a neighbouring galaxy. The new-found clusters contain hundreds of thousands of stars, a similar number to the so-called “ ...

Apr 04, 2005
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Kids follow unhealthy role models - parents

Fat teenagers rejoice, you can now blame your parents and the first five years of your life for your plumpness. New Brisbane research proves fat parents are more likely to have fat children who will grow into fat teenagers if ...

Apr 04, 2005
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