Archive: 07/18/2005

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 stor ...

Jul 18, 2005
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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.

Jul 18, 2005
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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.

Jul 18, 2005
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NASA Storm Hunters Continue to Study Data From Hurricane Dennis

NASA researchers and their partners in the Tropical Cloud Systems and Processes (TCSP) mission in Costa Rica observed a phenomenon July 8-9 - the disruption of Hurricane Dennis over island terrain, and its subsequent return ...

Jul 18, 2005
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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.

Jul 18, 2005
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Foiling e-document hackers

A worker sends an office colleague an e-mail with a corporate document attached, but the seeming routine message turns out to harbor a malicious passenger, because the attachment contains hidden pornographic images that were ...

Jul 18, 2005
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Versatel buy-out to strengthen Tele2

Versatel International Telecom confirmed Monday it will be sold to Swedish rival Tele2, finally putting an end to rumors the Dutch company will be sold off to a European telecom group. The Amsterdam company will be sold to ...

Jul 18, 2005
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