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  • News - 20 Feb 2008
    In 2003 the discovery of a new type of particle, a Pentaquark, was heralded with a great fanfare. Within two years, however, follow-up experiments had failed to find it. Belief in the existence of a...
  • News - 26 Jun 2007
    CAF, Fatronik, Geminys and Traintic have created NEM (New Maintenance Strategies), a new company targeting development strategies and innovative technologies in the field of maintenance. The...
  • News - 12 Jun 2007
    Scientists at the University of Portsmouth are using the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence to develop the world's first thinking car wheel. The 'smart' wheel is being...
  • News - 1 Dec 2006
    In the single largest investment in the school’s 150-year history, Penn State University is in the midst of planning for a new state-of-the-art research building complex that will feature a...
  • News - 23 Oct 2006
    A team led by scientists at Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering has demonstrated the first working "invisibility cloak." The cloak deflects microwave beams so they flow around...
  • News - 14 Jun 2006
    We live in a three-dimensional world but, for the most part, we see it in two dimensions. Discerning how objects and surfaces are juxtaposed in an image is second nature for people, but it's...
  • News - 23 May 2006
    The current decade will probably be known as the dawn of pervasive computing, when PCs were dethroned by technology to embed computers in almost everything. The hardware already exists to add features...
  • News - 17 May 2005
    The growing sophistication of aircrafts in both military and civilian segments is compelling researchers worldwide to innovate novel materials that reduce weight, maximize fuel efficiency and maintain...
  • News - 5 May 2005
    Australian manufacturers can increase car part exports and save millions of dollars by implementing a new system to identify flawed car parts. Developed by Swinburne University PhD student Suresh...
  • News - 7 Apr 2004
    A faster, more efficient way of tracking water pollution and carrying out environmental surveys is being developed. Work has begun to build "Springer", an unmanned surface vehicle (USV)...