Archive: 23/08/2004

Sun Is Closer Than We Thought

This September, NASA is set to bring back a tiny sampling of the raw material of the Sun, a sample weighing no more than a few grains of salt. In a dramatic ending that marks a beginning in scientific research, NASA's ...

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Low-cost fibers remove trace atrazine from drinking water

A new generation of high surface-area porous materials for removing atrazine from water supplies has been developed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The low-cost and wear-resistant fibers ...

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Energy Technology researchers solve energy and medical problems

Argonne's Energy Technology Division (ET) provides innovative materials and engineering solutions to national energy challenges that range from energy production and conservation to transportation. Researchers also find creative ...

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Big Computers For Big Science

A visiting neutron scattering scientist at ORNL sends data from her experiment to a San Diego supercomputer for analysis. The calculation results are sent to Argonne National Laboratory, where they are turned into "pictures." ...

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Nanocoatings Can Save Energy, Costs

Argonne's Energy Technology Division (ET) provides innovative materials and engineering solutions to national energy challenges that range from energy production and conservation to transportation. In 2003, nanostructured ...

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