Archive: 07/03/2005

NEC Unveils 90-Nanometer Embedded DRAM Technology

New ZrO2 Dielectric Material Increases Performance of CMOS-Compatible Embedded DRAM NEC Electronics Corporation today announced its new metal insulator metal (MIM) technology for 90 nanometer embedded DRAM (eDRAM), called ...

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Scientists Grow Thermoelectric Cobaltate Thin Films on Silicon

Thin films made of so-called thermoelectric materials could be used to convert heat directly into electric energy, or vise versa, for a variety of applications, including micro-chip-based chemical and biological sensors and ...

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Curious female rats survive tumors longer

Curious female rats, more willing to step out and explore their environment, survive breast and pituitary tumors longer than their more cautious sisters, said a Penn State researcher. Sonia Cavigelli, assistant professor ...

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Study shows faces are processed like words

Although they are dramatically different, words and faces are both recognized by parts, according to a study published in February in the Journal of Vision, an online, free access publication of the Association for Research ...

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Rosetta's view of Earth

After skimming by the Earth at just 1954 km on 4 March 2005, Rosetta turned its Navigation Cameras back towards our home planet and recorded a series of black and white images.

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Cadence Delivers Industry's First Full-chip Test Technology

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. today announced Cadence Encounter Test Architect, the industry's first full-chip test architecture development product. It includes the industry's first unified compiler-based methodology for ...

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