Archive: 08/4/2004

Norway: Nano for the Future

A major foresight project on materials technology has been launched to put Norway's need for expertise in nano- and materials technology on the agenda.

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Kavli Gift Brightens Study of Dark Energy

MIT research on the most exciting questions in astrophysics and space science has been recognized by a $7.5 million gift from the Kavli Foundation that will jumpstart new studies of the cosmos. "The Kavli gift ...

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New Cutting-Edge Optoelectronic User-Machine Interface

H2i Technologies of France is to present its new, innovative user-machine interface at the Electronica show to be held in Munich in the autumn. This cutting-edge, patented optoelectronic technology re-invents data-entry systems for industrial and medical equi ...

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MESSENGER On Its Way

The MESSENGER spacecraft lifted off on-time aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket from pad 17-B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., at 2:15:56.537 a.m. EDT. MESSENGER has successfully begun its mission to u ...

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Revolutionizing the Development of IPTV

Orca Interactive, a member of the Emblaze Group and global market leader in developing applications for IPTV, today announced its new Set-Top-Box Fit Client Architecture, thus revolutionizing the development of IPTV applications ...

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More Data from Mars Rover Spirit's First Month Now Online

Millions of people have viewed pictures from NASA's Spirit on the Mars rovers home page and other Internet sites. Beginning today, a more complete set of science data from Spirit's first 30 martian days is poste ...

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Texas flagship universities to join telescope consortium

Mitchell Gift to Texas A and M and Support from the University of Texas at Austin Enables the Flagship Universities to Join Telescope Consortium Giant Magellan Telescope produces images 10 times sharper than the Hubble S ...

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