Archive: 12/09/2004

Nanotubes glow, even within biological cells

Scientists use fluorescence to track ultrafine particles taken up by white blood cells In some of the first work documenting the uptake of carbon nanotubes by living cells, a team of chemists and life scientists from Rice Un ...

Dec 09, 2004
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Spitzer And Hubble Capture Evolving Planetary Systems

Two of NASA's Great Observatories, the Spitzer Space Telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope, have provided astronomers an unprecedented look at dusty planetary debris around stars the size of our sun. Spitzer has ...

Dec 09, 2004
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Space scientist proposes new model for Jupiter's core

After eleven months of politics, now it's time for some real "core values" - not those of the candidates but those of the great gas giant planet, Jupiter. Katharina Lodders, Ph.D., Washington University in ...

Dec 09, 2004
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Samsung Ships World's First 512Mb GDDR3

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, has begun shipping the world's first 512-megabit (Mb) GDDR3 memory device which is the most advanced graphics double-data-rate synchronous DR ...

Dec 09, 2004
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LG Electronics Opens Mobile Phone R&D Center in Europe

LG Electronics announced on December 8 that it has established its European R&D center in Paris, France to expand its GSM and WCDMA mobile phone market. The European market is considered crucial to meet the company’s goal ...

Dec 09, 2004
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AMD Drives Future Of Formula One Technology

AMD Opteron Processor-Powered Supercomputer helps propel F1 team's CFD, aerodynamics and simulations past competitors Using technology provided by AMD, Formula One team Sauber Petronas today launched its new supercomputer ...

Dec 09, 2004
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Research icebreaker ‘Polarstern’ drifting in Antarctic ice

Since November 27, an ice floe has served as home as well as working place for 55 scientists from 11 nations. The research icebreaker ‘Polarstern’ of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research ...

Dec 09, 2004
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