Archive: 11/04/2005

Breakthrough Technology Accelerates Solid-State Lighting

"SPE" method boosts LED development with dramatic increase in light output Scientists at the Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a method known as "SPE" to get significantly ...

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Nanotech advance makes carbon nanotubes more useful

Researchers at UCSD have made carbon nanotubes bent in sharp predetermined angles, a technical advance that could lead to use of the long, thin cylinders of carbon as tiny springs, tips for atomic force microscopes, smaller ...

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Samsung Unveils its New Satellite DMB phone

Samsung Electronics will showcase its third satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) phone (SCH-B200) at MIPTV/MILIA in Cannes, France from April 11 to 15, following the release of the SCH-B100 and SCH-B130. Samsung’s ...

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Portable High-Resolution NMR Sensor Unveiled

Homeland security experts may soon be getting a valuable new tool for identifying the chemical constituents in suspicious substances. A portable device makes it possible for the first time ever to take high-resolution NMR ...

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Sacred constant might be changing

Scientists discover one of the constants of the universe might not be constant Physical constants are one of the cornerstones of physics – sacred numbers which we know to be fixed – but what if some of these constants ...

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Terrorist-proof buildings from new high-tech sensors

Scientists develop a breed of sensors that can survive extremes of heat and pressure Scientists have developed a new breed of sensors which can survive incredible levels of pressure and heat and that are helping researchers ...

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Microscopes at microscopic size

Traditionally if scientists wanted to look at something small they would put a sample under a microscope but now researchers have managed to shrink the microscope itself to the size of a single human cell. An interdisciplinary ...

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