Archive: 03/20/2006

Tech remodeling the art gallery scene

What may seem at first glance to be black scribbles amidst white backgrounds are actually displays of varying black particles moving in calculated mathematical parameters shown via LCD screens and projectors.

Mar 20, 2006
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Norwegian E.coli focus shifts to sausage

Norwegian officials who asked people to throw away ground beef this winter now believe an outbreak of E.coli bacteria is tied to specialty sausage meats.

Mar 20, 2006
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Mars Rovers Get New Manager During Challenging Period

NASA's long-lived Mars rovers demand lots of care as they age and the Martian winter approaches. Dr. John Callas, newly named project manager for NASA's Mars Exploration Rover mission, is coordinating the work ...

Mar 20, 2006
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ISS prepares for new crew arrival

The two-man international space station crew repositioned their Soyuz spacecraft Monday to prepare for the arrival of the next ISS crew.

Mar 20, 2006
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Avian flu spreading in Israel

Israeli officials say avian flu has been confirmed in two more southern Israel farming communities, bringing to six the number of such sites.

Mar 20, 2006
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Commerce Secretary Gutierrez Announces New Nanotechnology Center

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez today in Detroit announced the launch of a state-of-the-art center for collaborative nanotechnology research at Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology. Scientists ...

Mar 20, 2006
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IPv6: Challenge to Internet freedom?

A China-backed Internet technical standard reportedly might allow the traceability of Internet users, especially those opposing government policies.

Mar 20, 2006
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Government accused of rewriting science

A renown U.S. scientist says he is limited by the Bush administration as to who he can talk with and what he can say because of Bush's political strategies.

Mar 20, 2006
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Cadence announces recruitment drive

Semiconductor and chip maker Cadence Design Systems' Israel office announced Monday it would make hiring a priority for 2006 by adding 20 percent more jobs.

Mar 20, 2006
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