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Magazine articles on physics.
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September 5, 2005
Burt Helm
Horst Stormer And The Next Tiny Thing Scientists are working to harness molecules' natural ability to bond and assemble - and organize into high-performance, nano-size transistors and sophisticated circuits that will make today's computer chips seem like simpletons. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Science News
August 13, 2005
Ivars Peterson
Strange Orbits Like toy cars chasing each other on a looped racetrack, three stars can, in principle, trace out a figure-eight orbit in space. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
PC Magazine
August 3, 2005
John R. Quain
Physics Chips Computing how a car should crash through a wall or how a wave should break can stymie any CPU. To help, Ageia Technologies is readying what it claims is the first ever physics processing unit that will improve the computerized gaming experience. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2005
Justin Mullins
Shedding Light On Organic Transistors The first single-crystal organic transistor that can be switched on and off by light is giving physicists a unique peek into the way photons interact with organic semiconductors. The new device could have a major impact on the way OLED displays are manufactured. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
Technology Research News
July 27, 2005
Eric Smalley
Quantum crypto scheme doubly fast Researchers have found a way to double the speed of information transfer over quantum cryptography systems. mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
August 1, 2005
John Teresko
The History Of Nanotechnology Today's popular excitement about the concept of nanotechnology probably dates back to 1959. mark for My Articles 209 similar articles
July 2005
Walker & Saylor
Kinematic Models for Design Digital Library Cornell University Library has built an innovative digital library for learning and teaching about kinematics (the geometry of pure motion) and the history and theory of machines. mark for My Articles 551 similar articles
Technology Research News
July 13, 2005
Light Powers Biochip Gears Researchers have fashioned a type of microgear with center slots that pick up the rotational momentum from light, allowing the gears to rotate when illuminated by a type of polarized light. The devices could eventually be used to pump and mix extremely small amounts of chemicals. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Technology Research News
July 13, 2005
Magnetics Drives Particle Patterns Researchers have devised a way to use electric and magnetic fields to assemble magnetic microparticles into a wide variety of patterns, including clusters, rings, chains and networks. mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
Scientific American
July 2005
George Musser
Flaw of Averages Is ordinary matter causing the cosmos to accelerate? mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
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