Archive: 01/26/2005

Samsung to Produce World's Fastest XDR DRAM

Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology, announced that it has begun mass producing 256Mb XDR (short for "eXtreme Data Rate") DRAM, a next-generation memory device for multimedia applications. ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Future generation mobile terminals

IMEC, Europe's leading independent nanoelectronics and nanotechnology research institute, has announced that Samsung Electronics Co. LTD., the world's leading information and communications technologies (ICT) company, has ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Expedition 10 Spacewalkers Outfit Station's Exterior

The two International Space Station crewmembers successfully wrapped up their mission's first spacewalk Wednesday morning after setting up experiments and inspecting vent openings. Commander Leroy Chiao and ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Playing with Light and Color

Assemblies of blue-green iridium and red europium complexes undergo energy transfer and emit white light Complexes of the rare earth element (lanthanide) europium have the ability to emit red light over a longer time sp ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Welcome to the Smart Lab

Chemists at the University of Southampton will soon be monitoring their experiments from a more comfortable place than a lab stool. In the final stage of a pioneering IBM project to wire their lab for remote control the researchers ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Caution urged for switch to internet phones

Federal agencies and other organizations that are considering switching their telephone systems to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) should proceed with caution and carefully consider the security risks, says a recent report* ...

Jan 26, 2005
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National Academy honors 17 for major contributions to science

The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has selected 17 individuals to receive awards honoring their outstanding scientific achievements. The awards will be presented on May 2 at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., during the ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Columbia research lifts major hurdle to gene therapy for cancer

Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered a way to overcome one of the major hurdles in gene therapy for cancer: its tendency to kill normal cells in the process of eradicating cancer cells. In a n ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Novel nanotechnology detects human DNA mutations

Rapid enzyme-free platform allows robust gene identification without gene amplification Researchers at Nanosphere, Inc. today reported unprecedented benefits in the company's technology for the medical analysis of human DNA ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Engineers improving programs needed for nuclear reactor safety

Researchers from Purdue University, government and the nuclear power industry are improving three computer programs that are critical to preventing disasters such as the Three Mile Island accident in 1979. The complex pro ...

Jan 26, 2005
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Gentler processing may yield better molecular devices

A simple, chemical way to attach electrical contacts to molecular-scale electronic components has been developed by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The recently patented ...

Jan 26, 2005
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