Archive: 01/11/2006

Scientists 'RAVE-ing' about most ambitious star survey ever

An international team of astronomers today announced the first results from the Radial Velocity Experiment, an ambitious all-sky spectroscopic survey aimed at measuring the speed, temperature, surface gravity ...

Jan 11, 2006
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The Web: 'Digital home' comes of age

The "digital home" came of age in the last year as global revenues from sales of Internet-related products surged past the $100 billion mark for the first time, experts tell United Press International's The Web.

Jan 11, 2006
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Users react to Macworld announcements

Amid iPods, plasma monitors, flashing displays, loud music, free trinkets and luxury leather beanbag chairs for tired Macworld Expo attendees to fall into, users reacted to Apple's multiple product announcements and product ...

Jan 11, 2006
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NanoViricides And Vietnamese Govt To Develop Bird Flu Virus Drug

NanoViricides company officials recently met with senior officials in the Vietnam Government's Ministry of Health. These meetings resulted in the signing of Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with governmental agencies responsible ...

Jan 11, 2006
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Five centers to get nanoelectronic boost

In a push to accelerate nanoelectronics, the National Science Foundation and an industry consortium is providing $2 million to five university centers.

Jan 11, 2006
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NASA gives posthumous award to Bahcall

NASA has awarded its Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal posthumously to acclaimed U.S. astronomer and astrophysicist John Bahcall.

Jan 11, 2006
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