Archive: 11/07/2005

Kodak, Texas Instruments Simplify Camera Phone Design

Eastman Kodak Company is making it easier for camera phone manufacturers to build next-generation devices that offer improved image quality and multimedia capabilities. New KODAK CMOS image sensors for mobile phone and consumer ...

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Laser metrology on the agenda at Cranfield University

Two exciting announcements were the highlights of the Laser Metrology and Machine Performance (LAMDAMAP) 2005 conference, hosted by Cranfield University in July which also featured Professor Bob Hocken of North Carolina University, ...

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Book examines Foucault's work on Iran

Two professors at a Purdue University in Indiana say that the reporting of a French philosopher helps understand the appeal of radical Islam.

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Chemists spray their way to better catalysts

Using a technique called ultrasonic spray pyrolysis, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created an improved catalyst for removing smelly sulfur-containing compounds from gasoline and other ...

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Catch Mechanism for Future Space Tether

A team of university graduate students and faculty from Tennessee, with the help of NASA engineers, have "launched" a subscale spacecraft model and caught it in mid-air with a unique rendezvous or "catch" mechanism. Their ...

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New Web service to help older Americans

A new Web-based service is being offered to help Medicare beneficiaries gain access to help through the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003.

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LLNL researchers capture four awards for industrial innovation

Laboratory researchers have garnered four awards for developing advanced technologies with commercial potential. Three teams of LLNL scientists and an individual Livermore scientist who worked with a former Laboratory researcher ...

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Doubling Down On Intel-Based Servers

Intel Corporation today introduced the dual-core Intel Pentium D processor-based platform for entry-level servers that includes two processor cores in one processor and the corresponding Intel E7230 chipset.

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