Archive: 04/18/2005

Scientists Serve Up 'Perfect' Liquid

New state of matter more remarkable than predicted -- raising many new questions The four detector groups conducting research at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) -- a giant atom "smasher" locate ...

Apr 18, 2005
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Magma, NEC to Collaborate on 65-nm Design

Magma Design Automation Inc., a provider of semiconductor design software, today announced that it has expanded its relationship with NEC Electronics, a leading supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions. Under the terms ...

Apr 18, 2005
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Moon Water

Come and get it? Some researchers believe there's water on the Moon in reach of human explorers The first object in the night sky most of us ever saw, the Moon remains a mystery. Haunted by poets, looked upon ...

Apr 18, 2005
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Space debris mitigation: the case for a code of conduct

There is a lot of junk orbiting the Earth and the problem will worsen unless there are changes in how spacecraft operators operate. But it is not all doom and gloom. The first steps toward a comprehensive ...

Apr 18, 2005
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Intel Intros New WiMAX Silicon Chipset

Intel Corporation today announced the availability of its first WiMAX product, providing equipment manufacturers and carriers the ability to deliver next-generation wireless broadband networks around the world. Previously cod ...

Apr 18, 2005
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HyperSonic Sound inventor earns Lemelson-MIT Prize

The next time you think you hear voices in your head, you may be right, thanks to Elwood "Woody" Norris. Norris will receive the $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize for his inventions - including HyperSonic Sound, which enables sou ...

Apr 18, 2005
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Dual Core Era Begins

Intel Corporation announced that computer manufacturers Alienware, Dell and Velocity Micro today started selling desktop PCs and workstations based on Intel's first dual-core processor-based platform. The dual-core processor-based ...

Apr 18, 2005
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New isotope gives a glimpse of the origins of precious metals

The beginnings of precious metals like gold can be traced to the blink of an eye in an exploding star billions of years ago, and scientists at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL) at Michigan State University ...

Apr 18, 2005
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