Archive: 14/03/2006

Researchers simulate complete structure of virus–on computer

When Boeing and Airbus developed their latest aircraft, the companies’ engineers designed and tested them on a computer long before the planes were built. Biologists are catching on. They’ve just completed the first computer ...

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Intel Introduces First Dual-Core Low-Voltage Xeon Processor

Intel Corporation accounsed today its first low-voltage Intel Xeon processor. It is the first low–voltage Intel Xeon processor to combine dual–core technology with Intel’s innovative power management capabilities, helping ...

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Arctic global warming may be irreversible

Scientists, noting sea ice in the Arctic has failed to form for the second consecutive winter, fear global warming may be irreversible in polar areas.

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Stardust Findings May Alter View of Comet Formation

Samples from comet Wild 2 have surprised scientists, indicating the formation of at least some comets may have included materials ejected by the early sun to the far reaches of the solar system.

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Study Links 'Smog' to Arctic Warming

NASA scientists have found that a major form of global air pollution involved in summertime "smog" has also played a significant role in warming the Arctic.

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Supercom looks to RF tags for revenue

Smart Card maker Supercom's "next generation market" for the coming year will be radio frequency asset and people tracking, the newly appointed chief executive officer told United Press International on Tuesday.

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2,000-year-old tunnels found in Israel

Archeologists say they've found remains north of Nazareth of the Jewish settlement "Kana of the Galilee," dating from the Roman period.

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