Archive: 30/08/2004

Princeton wins NASA Competition to Develop Plasma Rocket

NASA has selected engineers at Princeton University to develop an advanced rocket thruster that could send people or robots to other planets with far less propellant than conventional engines. The National Aeronautics and ...

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Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

Developers will be presenting a self-organizing communications network during the e/home trade fair in Berlin. Users can enjoy wireless Internet access or remotely control utilities in the home without having to deal with ...

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First Encrypted Desktop-to-Desktop Messaging Service

FrontBridge Technologies, the enterprise market leader for message management and email security, today launched the first managed service for desktop-to-desktop encrypted email. FrontBridge selected Voltage Security Inc., ...

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Improved Method for Nanometer-Scale Patterns Writing

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have developed an improved method for directly writing nanometer-scale patterns onto a variety of surfaces. The new writing method, ...

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Orion Solves Scientists Problems: Supercomputer on a Desktop

96-node Deskside and 12-node Desktop Cluster Workstations are Highest Performance Office or Lab Computers Orion Multisystems, Inc., a company founded by computer industry veterans, today announced two models of the Orion ...

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Custom-Sized Microlenses

Optical components have joined the trend towards miniaturization. There have, however, been no methods available thus far to produce custom-sized glass lenses. A new process now enables the low-cost, high-volume manufacture ...

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