Archive: 03/31/2005

Researchers bridge superconductivity gap

University of California scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory working with a researcher from Chonnam National University in South Korea have found that magnetic fluctuations appear to be responsible ...

Mar 31, 2005
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Sony to establish ST Mobile Display Corporation

Second Manufacturing Base for Low-Temperature Polysilicon TFT LCD Panels for Mobile Products Sony Corporation today announced the establishment of "ST Mobile Display Corporation". This follows Sony's purchase of the LCD p ...

Mar 31, 2005
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Wall-Sized Electronic Paper at EXPO 2005 Aichi, Japan

"Yomiuri Global Newspaper - Electronic Paper" Delivers Fresh News to Visitors in Morning and Evening Editions Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. is exhibiting a large-scale wall-sized newspaper utilizing E Ink Elect ...

Mar 31, 2005
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Southern California tsunami could cause $42 billion damage

Long Beach hardest hit in economic scenario modeled at USC A new University of Southern California study, which appears in the April edition of Civil Engineering magazine, finds that the potential damage ...

Mar 31, 2005
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To train the eye, keep it simple

Researchers find that human eyes learn best in an uncluttered setting If athletes, soldiers and drivers must perform every day in visually messy environments, common sense suggests that any visual training they receive should i ...

Mar 31, 2005
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The transparent organism

A novel high-tech microscope will be brought to the marketplace, giving laboratories everywhere fascinating new insights into living organisms. EMBLEM Technology Transfer GmbH [EMBLEM], the commercial entity of the European ...

Mar 31, 2005
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Bees show sophisticated learning abilities

Honeybees have robust and flexible memory systems that enable them to apply abstract rules to solve novel problems, according to new ANU research. Although the brains of these insects are very small, over the ...

Mar 31, 2005
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Dell Delivers Its Smallest and Lightest Notebook

Latitude X1 Weighs 2.5 Pounds, Designed for Travel, Extreme Mobility Dell, the leading supplier of notebook computers worldwide today introduced its ultimate notebook for traveling professionals, the LatitudeTM X1. S ...

Mar 31, 2005
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NASA Tests Shape-Shifting Robot Pyramid for Nanotech Swarms

Like new and protective parents, engineers watched as the TETWalker robot successfully traveled across the floor at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Robots of this type will eventually ...

Mar 31, 2005
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