Archive: 18/07/2005

Designing for New Dimensions

Rensselaer researchers reach for new heights with 3-D chip technology The past 40 years have seen great advances in computer technology, largely involving the size and speed of the circuits that process and store information. ...

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British butterfly popuation is decreasing

Britain is losing a large portion of its butterfly population, with 7 of 10 species declining during the past 25 years, the Independent reported Monday.

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Rio Grande River basin snow is studied

A multi-million dollar, 10-year study is under way in the Rio Grande basin to track the water cycle from the river's Colorado headwaters across New Mexico.

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Intel Itanium 2 Processors Get Faster Bus Architecture

Intel Corporation today introduced two Intel Itanium 2 processors which deliver better performance over the current generation for database, business intelligence, enterprise resource planning and technical computing applications.

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