Archive: 07/28/2005

View from the Top: The broadband boom

From early morning calls to Europe to very late night meetings with China, sales manager Mike Kallbrier works around the clock from his home office to communicate with his clients, using his digital subscriber line."My career ...

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China selects first spacewomen trainees

China has officially selected its first group of 35 women to be trained as astronauts. The women, all between 17 and 20 years old, will train as pilots at the Chinese military's Aviation University, Xinhua, China's main government-run ...

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Research for a multimedia lifestyle

Listening, viewing, mobile activity – nearly everybody uses digital technology every day without even realizing. At the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, researchers present the latest developments in picture and ...

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First Measurement of Geoneutrinos at KamLAND

Results from KamLAND, an underground neutrino detector in central Japan, show that anti-electron neutrinos emanating from the earth, so-called geoneutrinos, can be used as a unique window into the interior ...

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Submerged volcanoes pose tsunami threat

One of the world’s most active volcanic areas is a relatively unknown part of the seabed between New Zealand and Tonga, and could trigger a devastating tsunami at any moment, ANU geologist Professor Richard ...

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