Archive: 05/26/2005

First ever niobium single crystal single cell accelerating cavity

Jefferson Lab's Institute for Superconducting Radiofrequency Science & Technology has, for the first time, successfully fabricated and tested a single cell accelerating cavity made from a single crystal of niobium. Preliminary ...

May 26, 2005
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Researcher sheds light on solar storms

New research from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) links a particular magnetic structure on the Sun with the genesis of powerful solar storms that can buffet Earth's atmosphere. The research ...

May 26, 2005
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New research resolve Rh protein's biological role

Labels marking bags of donated blood throughout the world contain information about the presence of a Rhesus (Rh) antigen, a protein found on the membranes of human red blood cells. Yet, despite the Rh protein's ...

May 26, 2005
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UM Nanotech Center Gaining National Recognition

The University of Maryland today announced the opening of its new Maryland Center for Integrated Nano Science and Engineering (M-CINSE) in the recently completed Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building. Yet, even before its official ...

May 26, 2005
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Nokia announces patent support to the Linux Kernel

Nokia Corporation announced today that it allows all its patents to be used in the further development of the Linux Kernel. Nokia believes that open source software communities, like open standards, foster innovation and ...

May 26, 2005
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First 200 dpi Transparent OLED

Researchers at Universal Display and K yung Hee University achieve the highest resolution in a transparent OLED display to enable new potential uses for see-through flat-panel screens.

May 26, 2005
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