Archive: 12/04/2005

Mystery Climate Mechanism May Counteract Global Warming

A new study by two physicists at the University of Rochester suggests there is a mechanism at work in the Earth’s atmosphere that may blunt the influence of global warming, and that this mechanism is not accounted for in ...

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New Gas Sensors Patterned with Conducting Polymer

A n improved method for depositing nanoporous, conducting polymer films on miniaturized device features has been demonstrated by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Described in the April ...

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Light Scattering Method Reveals Details under Skin

A new optical method that can image subsurface structures under skin has been demonstrated by scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. The ...

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Probable Cause Sequences for WTC Collapses Finalized

At a press briefing in New York City on April 5, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) presented its analysis of how the World Trade Center (WTC) towers collapsed after two aircraft were flown into the ...

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Apple Announces Mac OS X Server 'Tiger'

Apple today announced that Mac OS X Server version 10.4 "Tiger" will be available on Friday, April 29, at the same time as the Mac OS X version 10.4 “Tiger” desktop version. The next major release of Apple’s award-winning, ...

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Virtual reality, real ingenuity

Marines in need of a virtual trainer create their own The Office of Naval Research recently helped solve a simple, yet serious, problem facing Marines deployed overseas: How do you train on weapons systems when live-fire ...

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