Archive: 09/27/2004

NSF awards NJIT physicist $832,927 to study radio waves

Solar physicists want to know more about the sun's magnetic fields because they are cited as the cause behind potentially damaging outbursts such as solar flares and coronal mass ejections. Such ejections sometimes throw ...

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An important step toward molecular electronics

Silicon microelectronics has undergone relentless miniaturization during the past 30 years, leading to dramatic improvements in computational capacity and speed. But the end of that road is fast approaching, and scientists ...

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The Mouse That Soared

Astronomers have used an X-ray image to make the first detailed study of the behavior of high-energy particles around a fast moving pulsar. The image, from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, shows the shock ...

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World's Fastest 4-Gigabit AG-AND type Flash Memory

Renesas Technology Corp. today announced the R1FV04G13R and R1FV04G14R 4-gigabit (Gbit) AG-AND type flash memories, offering the world's fastest programming speed of 10 Mbytes/sec, for high-speed recording of large volumes of ...

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Stop Big Brother listening in to your mobile phone conversation

A team of University of Surrey scientists led by Professor Ahmet Kondoz has developed new technology which will enable companies and organisations to ensure that their GSM mobile phone conversations are totally secure and confidential. Prev ...

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