Archive: 13/04/2005

Physicists plan quark conference

Physicists from around the world will gather at Madison's Monona Terrace from Wednesday, April 27 - Sunday, May 1, to explore the world of quarks, subatomic particles that represent the frontier of modern particle physics. The ...

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5.1 Surround Sound for FM HD Radio at NAB 2005

Fraunhofer IIS, Telos, Omnia, Axia, Broadcast Electronics and Bose participate in world-premiere live demon-stration of non-matrixed 5.1 Surround Sound for FM HD Radio. Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS and ...

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Helping human and robot firefighters work as a team

Imagine a firefighter scrambling through a burning building, searching for survivors of a devastating explosion. Injured people on the far side of a brick wall, but out of reach. However, the partner on the other side promptly ...

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At least part of climate change is man-made

Bonn study shows: Since 1880 climate gases have caused just under half of global warming In the last 120 years the average global temperature has risen by 0.7 degrees. Over the same period the carbon dioxide concentration ...

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Smart plastics change shape with light

Picture a flower that opens when facing the sunlight. In work that mimics that sensitivity to light, an MIT engineer and German colleagues have created the first plastics that can be deformed and temporarily fixed in a second, ...

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