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  • News - 20 Jun 2005
    New calculations support an alternative to "superfluidity" of a solid as the explanation for the behavior of an isotope of helium, 4He, at temperatures approaching Absolute Zero, according...
  • News - 31 May 2005
    A group of German researchers have shown that a powerful chemical analysis technique, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, could lead to a highly sensitive way to measure the magnetic fields...
  • News - 26 May 2005
    Manufacturers of brass astrolabes in 17th-century India were two centuries more advanced than their European peers, says a doctoral student at Lehigh University who just completed a four-year study of...
  • News - 25 May 2005
    Malvern Instruments has introduced a new at-line particle size analyzer package for dry powder processes. The new Malvern Insitec APS (At-line Powder Sizer) is designed to enable powder processors to...
  • News - 25 May 2005
    What if the speed of light is a constant only most of the time? What if gravity sometimes pushed instead of pulled? Scientists are increasingly asking what would seem like far-out questions regarding...
  • News - 10 Jan 2005
    Glass is a mysterious material, but when researchers apply pressure, it reveals secrets. Using a variety of techniques, researchers at Argonne National Laboratory saw for the first time ever, the...
  • News - 15 Jun 2004
    The U.S. Navy has awarded the Boeing-led industry team a $3.89 billion contract to build the Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA). The total program estimated value is approximately $15 billion over...
  • News - 3 Jun 2004
    While the memory inside electronic devices may often be more reliable than ours, it too can worsen over time. Now a team of scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the U.S....