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U.S. computer scientist Frances “Fran” E. Allen will receive the 2006 Turing Award in June 2007 for her work in program optimization that set the…
Fuel consumption can be cut by more than 2.5 per cent by adding a simple piece of software to a car's engine computer.
An international high-energy physics research project was proposed on Thursday, February 8, 2007, at a meeting in Beijing, China. The project intends to design and…
Thursday, 08 February 2007 04:59

Scientists convert light to matter - sort of

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It's the stuff of Star Trek but they've done it, scientists have converted light into matter and then back into light again. Well, not exactly.
Sunday, 04 February 2007 15:08

Lights out for Edison bulb?

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The incandescent light bulb, perfected by Edison and a number of other researchers in the late 19th Century, may soon be a thing of the…
In an act that could send the public incandescent with anger that Government is yet again trying to tell them how to run their lives,…
The ethanol produced today for fuel is made from starch contained in grains such as corn and soybeans. However, these grains are already used to…
The U.S. military has developed a non-lethal weapons technology that uses directed-energy to cause pain on the skin of victims. The weapon, called Active Denial…
On January 24, 2007, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its final specification for high-efficiency toilets (HETs). The new EPA-approved toilets will perform at…
A revolutionary "ultracapacitor", charging in minutes yet offering 10 times power of traditional batteries, is on track to ship in electric cars this year.

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