Archive: 30/03/2005

The Lighter Side of Nanotechnology

Grey Goos, the first comic strip developed for the nanotechnology community, has been released by leading Nanotechnology portal NanoApex. The weekly cartoon, currently in its fourth episode, examines the lighter side of nanotechnology ...

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Engineers Develop Undetectable Means Of Measuring Speed, Motion

Research aimed at teaching robots to "see" may soon make it possible to bag speeding motorists, track enemy planes, and automatically safeguard the nation’s borders and resources without any chance of detection. A University ...

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'Trauma Pod' Robot to Save Soldiers' Lives on the Battlefield

Imagine an automated medical treatment system that does not require onsite medical personnel on the front lines of battle, and is ready to receive, assess, and stabilize wounded soldiers during the critical hours following ...

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Intel releases 'Truland' 64-Bit Server Platform with Xeon MP

Intel today added to its portfolio of 64-bit offerings with a platform that increases application performance, improves server uptime and the ability to manage large sets of data, and can lower utility costs. Targeted at ...

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Laying the foundation for the next-generation Web

The Semantic Web lies at the heart of Tim Berners-Lee’s vision for the future of the Web, enabling a wide range of intelligent services. Thanks to the development of the infrastructure needed for the large-scale deployment ...

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Mathematicians promise animation revolution

CSIRO mathematicians are combining art and science to solve one of the last big challenges in animation – fluids. They are aiming to develop techniques for fluid animations that are so realistic audiences will bring umbrellas ...

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Who's afraid of Internet banking?

New research reveals attitudes to Internet banking vary according to gender and race. When it comes to banking by computer, men and women have different perceptions about what matters. And whether customers are Asian, European ...

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