Archive: 15/03/2005

Miniature Doughnuts

A matter of capillary action: colloid crystals as molds for nanorings It isn't only prospective bridal couples that are interested in rings; engineers and scientists are also fascinated by the apparently near-magical properties ...

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Mouse adapter for hand tremor sufferers

IBM researchers invent a new assitivecomputer mouse adapter to help hand tremor sufferers use personal computers. It eliminates excessive cursor movement, thereby allowing more normal use of a personal computer. IBM is licensing ...

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More reliable and secure telecommunications via the Internet

Professor Anna Brunstrцm, Karlstad University, is heading a research project that will lead to more reliable and secure telecommunications via the Internet. Reliability is an important aspect when telephony moves over ...

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Testing miniature silicon chips

Many activities in our daily lives use products and devices based on silicon chips - from computers and televisions to medical equipment and defense systems. As these products and applications become increasingly complex ...

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Digital memory enters a new phase

With the recent explosion in the popularity of digital music, digital photography and even digital video, the demand for faster, higher-capacity and cheaper computer memory has never been greater. Writing in the April issue ...

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17-inch AMILO with brilliant Crystal View widescreen display

Fujitsu Siemens Computers unveils high-end multimedia notebook Today at CeBIT, Fujitsu Siemens Computers presented a high-end multimedia notebook featuring an enhanced 17-inch widescreen Crystal View display. The new top-of-the-line ...

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Newly Discovered Pathway Might Help in Design of Cancer Drugs

Johns Hopkins chemists have discovered a new way to sabotage DNA's ability to reproduce, a finding that could eventually lead to the development of new anti-cancer drugs and therapies. The method could enable future doctors ...

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