Archive: 4/12/2004

Crucial Technology Launches BALLISTIX TRACER Memory

New high-performance memory features activity-indicating LEDs and ground-effects LEDs Crucial Technology, a division of Micron and one of the world's leading direct memory upgrade providers, today introduces Crucial Ballistix ...

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Saturn and Mimas on Nature's Canvas

In a splendid portrait created by light and gravity, Saturn's lonely moon Mimas is seen against the cool, blue-streaked backdrop of Saturn's northern hemisphere. Delicate shadows cast by the rings arc gracefully across the ...

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Spider silks, the ecological materials of tomorrow?

Spider silks could become the intelligent materials of the future, according to a review article published this month in the journal Microbial Cell Factories. The characteristics of spider silk could have applications in ...

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New material could be used in drug delivery system

University of Toronto researchers have developed a new class of hybrid materials that could one day move drug delivery systems to the molecular level. The paper published in the Nov. 26 issue of Science outlines how a U ...

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Groundbreaking Satellite Spying Technology

‘SAME’ enables users to see any place on the planet in real time York University Prof. Vincent Tao has developed groundbreaking satellite mapping technology that enables users to visually zoom in on – or fly over ...

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