Archive: 08/12/2004

New Microscope Gives Scientists 3D Views of Living Organisms

Physicists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) have developed a state-of-the-art microscope that gives scientists a much deeper look into living organisms than ever before. The new technology will undoubte ...

Aug 12, 2004
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NEC e228 3G Handset is Now Available in UK

Europe : 3, the UK’s first video mobile network, is now offering customers the new NEC e228 in shops across the UK.The NEC e228 video mobile is exclusively available on the 3 network with 3’s great value ...

Aug 12, 2004
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Dark energy, black holes and exploding stars

On Aug. 12, 1999, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory opened its sunshade doors for the first time, allowing celestial X-ray light to reach the observatory's mirrors. This one small step for the observatory pro ...

Aug 12, 2004
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Technology already exists to stabilize global warming

Analysis shows how to control carbon emissions for 50 years Existing technologies could stop the escalation of global warming for 50 years and work on implementing them can begin immediately, according to ...

Aug 12, 2004
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SAMSUNG Surpasses 10 Million-Milestone In DDR2 SDRAM

Aggregate sales of the next-generation, high-speed chips break the 10 million mark in July Samsung Electronics sold its 10 millionth (256Mb equivalent) DDR2 DRAM chip in July, leading the latest transition in the mainstream memo ...

Aug 12, 2004
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Efficient Filters Produced from Carbon Nanotubes

Filters remove nano-scale germs from water, heavy hydrocarbons from petroleum Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Banaras Hindu University (India) have devised a simple method to produce carbon nanotube fil ...

Aug 12, 2004
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What's Wrong with Hubble?

The Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS), installed during the second Hubble servicing mission in 1997, suspended operations Tuesday, August 3. There was an anomaly in the STIS that led it to autonomously ...

Aug 12, 2004
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Canon Awarded for Most Innovative CMOS Image Sensor Technology

Semiconductor Insights (SI), the leader in technical and patent analyses of integrated circuits and structures, today announced that it has awarded Canon the 2004 INSIGHT Award for Most Innovative CMOS Image Sensor Technology. The specific device analyzed by SI was th ...

Aug 12, 2004
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Ofcom publishes The Communications Market 2004 report

Ofcom has today published The Communications Market 2004, its report on key trends in UK within the radio, television and telecommunications sectors in 2003-4. Publication reveals new trends in television, radio and telecoms. ...

Aug 12, 2004
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Nanotechnology Discovery to Make Internet 1000 Times Faster

Canadian researchers have shown that nanotechnology can be used to pave the way to a supercharged Internet based entirely on light. The discovery could lead to a network 100 times faster than today's. In a study published t ...

Aug 12, 2004
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