Archive: 8/07/2005

Fujitsu and Novell Deliver Linux for High-Performance Servers

Fujitsu Limited and Novell today announced an agreement to deliver new Linux technology and support to their customers. As part of the agreement, Fujitsu will offer support services for Novell's SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server, ...

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Space Shuttle Discovery's Launch Countdown Begins July 10

NASA will begin the official countdown for the Return to Flight launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-114 July 10 at 6 p.m. EDT. Discovery's seven-member crew will test new equipment and procedures to increase ...

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Electricity in a thermos

Device generates electricity using bacteria, Double threat could power 900 American homes An environmental engineer at Washington University in St. Louis has created a device similar to a hydrogen fuel cell that uses bacteria ...

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Shaking Reduces Friction

Lateral vibrations can control friction at the nanoscale, researchers reported in the 1 July 2005 issue of Physical Review Letters.

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A New Class of Time Machine

A physicist at the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa has proposed a new class of time machines that seems to avoid some of the difficulties inherent in other theoretical time machines.

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Deep-sea jelly uses glowing red lures to catch fish

As successful fishermen know, if you want to catch fish, you have to use the right bait or lure. This is true even in the deep sea, where scientists recently discovered a new species of jelly that attracts fish by wiggling ...

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