Archive: 9/09/2004

Noisy nature of atoms

University of California scientists working at Los Alamos National Laboratory have demonstrated a way to use the random fluctuations that exist naturally in all magnetic systems to perform magnetic resonance studies without ...

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Carl Zeiss lens enables highest quality in camera phones

The lens is supplied by Carl Zeiss, the camera module and electronics by Dialog Semiconductor: with this collaboration, the two companies aim to take part right from the beginning in shaping the growing market for high quality ...

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Industry's first mass production of DRAM in 90nm technology

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced semiconductor memory technology, announced today the industry's first mass production of 90nanometer (nm) 512Mb DDR SDRAM on 300mm base wafers. Samsung pioneered ...

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Molecular Biologists Uproot the Tree of Life

One of science's most popular metaphors — the "tree of life," with its evolutionary branches and roots, showing groups of bacteria on the bottom and multicellular animals on the higher branches — turns out to be a misnomer, ...

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Receiver for 6-cm polarization observation starts working

A 6-cm receiving system with a polarimeter, made by engineers of German Max-Planck-Institute for Radio-astronomy, has been installed to the 25 radio telescope in Urumqi, the capital of western China¡¯s Xinjiang ...

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