Archive: 23/03/2005

Scientists develop new laser

Engineers and applied physicists have laid the foundations for a new type of "plug and play" laser -- the Raman injection laser -- and in the process, several key innovations in laser technology. The device combines the advantages ...

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TI LED Drivers Enhance Resolution in Large Color Display Panels

Supporting complex power requirements needed for light emitting diodes (LEDs) in large display electronics, Texas Instruments Incorporated announced today two 16-channel, constant-current sink LED drivers for large form-factor ...

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Physicist Developed Sonic Golf Training Tool

Robert D. Grober, Yale professor of Applied Physics and Physics, has combined his passion for golf and his professional expertise to produce a unique and effective real–time audio biofeedback device for teaching and training ...

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Spintronic Materials Show Their First Move

How much energy does it take for an electron to hop from atom to atom, and how do the magnetic properties of the material influence the rate or ease of hopping? Answers to those questions could help explain why some materials, ...

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Membraneless fuel cell is tiny, versatile

A fuel cell designed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign can operate without a solid membrane separating fuel and oxidant, and functions with alkaline chemistry in addition to the more common ...

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New Era in Planetary Science

Astronomers from NASA said Tuesday that NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has for the first time ever captured the light from two known Jupiter-like planets orbiting stars other than our Sun. This extraordinary, spectacular ...

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Aussie ingenuity helps NASA search for new planets

CSIRO's success with a new manufacturing technique for a piece of astrometry equipment is likely to help American scientists detect planets in our galaxy and beyond. CSIRO Industrial Physics has mastered the manufacturing ...

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