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Hartree Innovative Research Centre appeals to innovative supercomputing software companies and the companies who need them.
UK scientists have successfully demonstrated energy recovery on the ALICE advanced particle accelerator design, potentially paving the way for new accelerators using a fraction of the energy required under conventional methods.
A major milestone has been achieved in the completion of the UK's next-generation particle accelerator, ALICE, which is set to produce an intense beam of light that will revolutionize the way in which accelerator based light source research facilities will be designed in the future.
By NICK HASTED Pop CREAMFIELDS Daresbury CHESHIRE *** Beth Ditto is sliding on her stomach in the rain, in front of the most sparse festival crowd The Gossip can have seen in years. The grim sky and near-deserted field don't augur well for Creamfields' 10th anniversary.
BBC Radio 1will broadcast live from Creamfields for a record- breaking 10 hours. The station will include a live special from the festival, at Daresbury, near Runcorn, on Monday, August 25, from 7pm, featuring tracks from Kasabian's set.
By RHODRI BARKER Trainspotting fans can rest easy Underworld will be playing the tune most associate with the electronic dance duo, when they headline at this month's Creamfields festival.
By ALAN WESTON TWO cutting-edge science centres are to be created at the Daresbury campus after the Government announced a pounds 65m investment.
A world class science project in Britain, dubbed â€˜Aliceâ€™, is in jeopardy of being moved to the U.S. or Russia due to cuts in Britainâ€™s science budget.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.