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Google offers scientists epic computing power
One billion computing hours.
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How hackers could evade antivirus protection.
Dec 1 2009 12:13AM
Scientists to scale up quantum data breakthrough
Another decade before commercial products are on the market.
Jun 23 2009 12:01AM
Scientists explore magnetic properties of semiconductors
Some specially built semiconductors have been found to display important magnetic properties which could lead to the development of smaller, faster gadgets.
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Scientists claim warp drive is technically possible
A research paper has suggested that a warp drive capable of moving a craft at faster than light speed could indeed be possible.
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US boffins tout personal identity verification
US engineers have developed software that can be used with Windows and Linux systems to perform log-ins, digital signing and verification.
Jul 15 2008 9:18AM
German scientists develop bionic eye
German researchers today reported that a 12-year project to develop a wireless implant that can restore vision to the blind has been successful..
Jun 3 2008 7:20AM
Scientists turbocharge electrons with graphene
Physicists at the University of Maryland have turbocharged electrons by passing them through a revolutionary material dubbed graphene..
Mar 27 2008 3:00PM
Scientists crack room temperature superconductors
Scientists have created a new substance that will superconduct at room temperature, but only under high pressure..
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Scientists generate 'hydrogen on demand'
US scientists have developed a technique to produce 'hydrogen on demand' to act as a pollution-free energy source for vehicles and other engine-powered devices.
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Scientists crack levitation
Now where's my flying car? Scientists in Scotland have found a way to levitate small objects by reversing naturally occurring forces.
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European scientists to land a man on Mars
The European Science Foundation (ESF) has unveiled details of "an ambitious programme" of research for the exploration of the Moon and Mars.
Apr 10 2007 11:30AM
Old scientists 'recycled' in Korea
Retired experts drafted in to help small firms.
Sep 7 2006 8:45AM
Computer scientists test social network theory
US boffins test 'six degrees of separation' assertion.
Aug 23 2006 10:13AM
Scientists achieve silicon breakthrough
London university uses UV rays to create base microchip material.
Jul 7 2006 1:46PM
IBM scientists decode the DNA of spam
IBM scientists have used a mix of DNA analysis techniques and Feng-Shui to combat the growing tide of spam.
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