Archive: 09/15/2004

Genesis Scientists Don't Lose Hope

Scientists who conducted the preliminary assessment of the Genesis canister are encouraged by what they see. They believe it may be possible to achieve the most important portions of their science objectives. ...

Sep 15, 2004
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Earth's best view of the stars – Antarctica's Dome C

A small unmanned observatory high on the Antarctic plateau provides the best star-viewing site on Earth, according to research published today in Nature. Australian researchers have shown than a ground-based telescope ...

Sep 15, 2004
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Siemens SF65: Communication and Digital Photography In One

Today the mobile communication group at Siemens, Siemens mobile, unveils the SF65: a quality clamshell mobile phone that combines the best aspects of digital photography with mobile communication in one strik ...

Sep 15, 2004
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Biochip Technology Has a Great Future

Developers of Electrical Biochip Technology Nominated for German Technology and Innovation Award - Fraunhofer ISIT, Siemens and Infineon Plan Further Collaboration on Biochip Technology "We are pleased to have ...

Sep 15, 2004
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Ricoh Extends Partnership with UMC to 90nm

UMC selected over other foundries due to its 90nm readiness and mass production experience UMC, a world leading semiconductor foundry, today announced the extension of its partnership with Ricoh Company for the manufacturing ...

Sep 15, 2004
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Nano drops from the one-way pack

New dispenser system made of plastic reduces costs for use of micro dispensers A two-component micro dispenser system developed at the Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH (IMM) produces nano drops ...

Sep 15, 2004
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NASA Watching Hurricane Ivan

Weather forecasts indicate several NASA centers and facilities could be impacted by Hurricane Ivan once it makes landfall, and preparations are under way to secure important space flight hardware against da ...

Sep 15, 2004
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Optical fibers and a theory of things that go bump in the light

University of California scientists working at Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed a theory describing light pulse dynamics in optical fibers that explains how an interplay of noise, line imperfections and pulse coll ...

Sep 15, 2004
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An Inexhaustible Source of Energy from Methane in Deep Earth

Untapped reserves of methane, the main component in natural gas, may be found deep in Earth’s crust, according to a recently released report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America ...

Sep 15, 2004
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