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Research is closing in on the next-generation of ultra-high-density magneto-optical storage devices that could store more than 6,000 Terabits (6 petabits) of data, more than 70 times the contents of the entire U.S. Library of Congress, on a single 5-inch disc.
Seven years ago Northwestern University physicist Adilson E Motter conjectured that the expansion of the universe at the time of the big bang was highly chaotic.
Those who have to fight a powerful enemy must look for allies.
Oil and natural gas companies rely upon geological core analyses to help them understand and evaluate oil and gas reserves.
While those wonderful light sabers in the Star Wars films remain the figment of George Lucasâ€™ fertile imagination, light mills â€“ rotary motors driven by light â€“ that can power objects thousands of times greater in size are now fact.
The world's biggest Roman candle has got nothing on this.
VALHALLA, N.Y., June 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The warm weather usually means lots of summer fun and outdoor activities. Unfortunately, the combination of high heat and high humidity often become very dangerous.
15 Vehicles from 12 Teams Continue in Pursuit of Ten Million Dollars in Prize Money for Super Fuel-Efficient Cars BROOKLYN, Mich., June 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE, a $10 million competition to inspire a new generation of vehicles capable of achieving 100 MPGe (miles per gallon or its energy equivalent), concluded its Knockout Qualifying Stage.
CHARLESTON, W.Va., June 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Federation for American Coal, Energy and Security (FACES of Coal) released a video on its website, www.facesofcoal.org, today explaining in easy-to-understand terms and examples why the use of conductivity is an ill-advised and inappropriate measure for water quality impairment.