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2013-09-09 08:34:53

PARIS, September 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) announces that Andrew Jordan, previously CEO of Eutelsat Asia, has joined Eutelsat's Executive Committee. Based in Paris, Andrew will supervise the Group's growth strategy in Asia and drive strategic projects. Ken Loke, previously Chief Commercial Officer of Eutelsat Asia, has assumed the post of Chief Executive Officer of Eutelsat Asia, based in Singapore. Andrew Jordan joined...

2013-04-22 12:21:53

LONDON, April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- After a mixed opening round to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, Honda Yuasa Racing stars Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal put in superb performances at Donington Park to move into title contention. Reigning champion Shedden scored his first pole since 2011 and led the first race throughout in his Honda Civic [http://www.honda.co.uk/cars/newcivic ] to take his 30th BTCC victory. As Shedden edged clear,...

Quantum Dots Used To Generate Electricity From Waste Heat
2013-02-14 14:46:17

University of Rochester A new type of nanoscale engine has been proposed that would use quantum dots to generate electricity from waste heat, potentially making microcircuits more efficient. "The system is really a simple one, which exploits certain properties of quantum dots to harvest heat," Professor Andrew Jordan of the University of Rochester said. "Despite this simplicity, the power it could generate is still larger than any other nanoengine that has been considered until now."...

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2008-08-09 11:47:21

In 2006, Andrew Jordan, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Rochester, together with Alexander Korotkov at the University of California, Riverside, spelled out how to exploit a quantum quirk to accomplish a feat long thought impossible, and last week a research team at the University of California at Santa Barbara has tested the theory, proving it correct. Quantum particles behave in ways that from our everyday experience seem utterly impossible. For instance, quantum...