Archive: 12/16/2004

Shots fired at Bayonne range prove smart gun technology works

Sixty people crowded last week into a small room at the Bayonne police firing range to witness smart gun technology. Donald B. Sebastian, senior vice president of research and development at New Jersey Institute of Technology ...

Dec 16, 2004
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Saturn System driven by ice

Ice particles are key players in the ever-changing panorama at Saturn, according to a new study led by a University of Colorado at Boulder professor using an instrument on the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft now at the ringed pl ...

Dec 16, 2004
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A new twist on an old nebula

One of the nearest and brightest planetary nebulae has a surprisingly complex 3-D structure In a process comparable to that of an artist who turns a two-dimensional canvas into a three-dimensional work of art, astronom ...

Dec 16, 2004
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Intel Hires HP Design Team For Intel Itanium Architecture

Intel Corporation today reached an agreement with HP to hire HP's Intel Itanium processor design team based in Ft. Collins, Colo. The deal strengthens Intel's investment in the Itanium architecture and bolsters the development ...

Dec 16, 2004
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AMD Orders Applied Materials Systems to Equip 300mm Fab

Applied Materials, Inc. received orders from Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) for 300mm equipment to manufacture its future advanced 65nm-generation 64-bit microprocessors. The orders cover a broad range of process technologies, ...

Dec 16, 2004
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Fish-shaped robot for underwater research

The project of underwater bionic robotic fish co-developed by the Institute of Robot under Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) and the Institute of Automation under Chinese Academy of Sciences ...

Dec 16, 2004
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