Archive: 27/06/2005

Professor devises easier calculator

A Welsh professor and his son have developed an electronic calculator that allows users to write arithmetic problems on a screen and get the answer.

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A hot source of energy

Stacks of ceramic plates are capable of transforming fuels like natural gas into electricity using an electrochemical process. High-temperature fuel cells are ideal for use in power supply systems for buildings and vehicles. ...

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Dell Introduces Switches With Advanced Security, Power

PowerConnect 3400 Series Delivers Cost-Effective Platform for High-Performance Workgroup Connectivity Dell today announced a new series of high-performance PowerConnectTM switches with advanced security capabilities and ...

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Blue Planet Prize winners announced

Sir Nicholas Shackleton of the United Kingdom and Dr. Gordon Hisashi Sato of the United States have been named as the recipients of the 2005 Blue Planet Prize.

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Adsorbent materials for hydrogen storage

A research team from the Public University of Navarra has started a study of the design and development of absorbent materials that enable the storage of hydrogen, a clean fuel that can be used as an alternative to those ...

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