Archive: 03/29/2006

New approach removes sulfur from military-grade fuel

The military needs to get the sulfur out of its fuel, in order to use the fuel to produce hydrogen for fuel cell use in the field. Fuel cells can generate the electricity necessary to power electronic gadgets and facilitate ...

Mar 29, 2006 3.5 / 5 (2) 0

Rising to the challenge of managing bandwidth

Emerging mobile services are demanding an ever-increasing amount of bandwidth, but the radio spectrum for third generation (3G) and beyond systems is in short supply. Algorithms developed by European researchers ...

Mar 29, 2006 not rated yet 0

Going With The Flow

As our technology shrinks ever smaller, commercial manufacturing and biological and medical research follows suit. Sometime in the relatively near future, asserts Joel Koplik, a professor at the City College of the City University ...

Mar 29, 2006 4 / 5 (8) 0 feature

Astronomers Weigh Adopted Twin Brown Dwarfs

Astronomers for the first time have precisely measured the mass of a pair of elusive brown dwarfs, and the data from the twin objects - not quite big enough to be stars, but too large to be planets – match well with theoretical ...

Mar 29, 2006 3.7 / 5 (3) 0
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