BT steps up Japan hopes with KDDI deal

It may be one of the most cut-throat markets in the world for telecommunications providers, but BT is banking on its latest venture with a Japanese carrier to bolster not only its presence in the country, but also globally.

Global warming goes deep

With theaters everywhere screening Al Gore's movie, "An Inconvenient Truth," and the National Research Council issuing a new report on global warming, you'd have to be hiding under a rock to be unaware that Earth is heating ...

Silica Nanobeads Create Fast Enzyme Sensor

Proteases are an important family of enzymes involved in many key biochemical processes, including the metastatic spread of cancer cells from a primary tumor.

North Sea cod and herring under threat

European scientists say cod and herring populations in the North Sea are not reproducing enough, jeopardizing the Norwegian fishing industry.

Intel Unleashes New Server Processors

Intel Corporation today introduced its dual-core Intel Xeon Processor 5100 series, previously codenamed “Woodcrest,” for the high-volume server, workstation, communications, storage and embedded market segments.

Using silicon chips to trap ultra-cold atoms

The long-term goal of Professor J. H. Thywissen's physics lab at the University of Toronto is to be able to tailor a system with a Hamiltonian which simulates a high temperature superconductor.

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