Archive: 01/24/2005

Embrace your regrets and move forward, psychologist says

Have regrets? Don’t push them away. Harness them and move on as a smarter person, says Neal Roese, a professor of psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Roese tackles the sometimes touchy topic in ...

Jan 24, 2005
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IBM Introduces New Low-Priced POWER5 Server Based on Linux

IBM today announced it will offer a new, low-priced IBM POWER5 processor-based server running the Linux operating system (OS). The introduction of the IBM eServer OpenPower 710 marks IBM's continued commitment to extend POWER5 ...

Jan 24, 2005
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Get ready for next generation surround sound

Ultra-realistic surround sound is a step closer for everyone thanks to a new method that will cheaply and efficiently compute the way individuals hear things. Currently, creating accurate 'virtual sound fields' through hea ...

Jan 24, 2005
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Fullerenes: optimising surfaces for anti-wear applications

The TEKNIKER Technological Centre is in the final stages of negotiating with the European Union Commission the project known as "FOREMOST: fullerene-based opportunities for robust engineering: making optimised surfaces for ...

Jan 24, 2005
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Focus on our magnetic planet

Mission controllers cross their fingers whenever the Sun is stormy and their spacecraft have to fly over the South Atlantic. There, even satellites in low orbits suffer many hits by atomic bullets from the ...

Jan 24, 2005
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Following Nature's Lead, Scientists Seek Better Catalysts

Iron-sulfur nanosystem isolated from bacterium is more reactive than catalysts in use Those seeking to design more efficient catalysts for the production of hydrogen and the control of air pollutants might do well to take ...

Jan 24, 2005
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Smart projectors do not require artificial canvases

Video projectors will play a major role in future home entertainment and education applications – ranging from movies and television, over computer games, to multimedia presentations. However, we have to ...

Jan 24, 2005
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Tiny technology carries big promise

Nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionize materials, manufacturing, energy, security and healthcare. At the Research and Development Conference of MIT's Industrial Liaison Program last month, Professor Edwin L. Thomas, ...

Jan 24, 2005
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