Archive: 10/7/2005

New way to measure sulfate particles

The University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology created an improved technique to measure sulfur isotopic ratios.

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Nano World: Ultra-dense circuits

Conventional electronics could in the future tap into the computational power of ultrahigh-density nanowire circuits via novel linking devices under development at university and corporate labs across the nation, experts ...

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Wafer-Thin Color Displays for Packaging

Color displays may one day be used practically everywhere. And this would be possible even where it’s unprofitable today for cost reasons, such as on food cartons, medicine packaging or admission tickets. ...

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Switching on power line Internet connectivity

One in five Europeans today enjoy broadband Internet access via competing technologies. Low-cost and fast data access over electricity network power lines is one such technology that is being extensively tested in four European ...

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Pushing the limits of hard disk storage

Just how much data can we cram onto a hard disk? In a paper appearing online today in Physical Review Letters, EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) Professor Harald Brune and his colleagues report what they believ ...

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