Archive: 03/07/2005

The circadian clock: Understanding nature's timepiece

New light on a complex mechanism A cluster of brain cells less than half the size of a pencil eraser tells you when to wake up, when to be hungry and when it's time to go to sleep. The same cells also cause you to be disor ...

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Surprising news about black holes

Computer reveals that life around black holes is turbulent and violent For more than 30 years, astrophysicists have believed that black holes can swallow nearby matter and release a tremendous amount of energy as a ...

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3D Scalable Integrated Displays

Until now 3D displays have been developed for only one viewer. Christian Moller a research student here at the Department is working on a 3D display where the viewing zone is equal to that of any television ...

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Samsung Offers 82-inch HDTV TFT-LCD display panel

World's largest Full HDTV TFT-LCD Samsung Electronics has developed the world's largest liquid crystal display panel. This 82-inch TFT-LCD is 17 inches larger than LCD flat panel previously developed by Sharp. T ...

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