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How to reveal microwaves in an oven
posted November 21 2010 7:26.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Have you ever wonder how the microwave patterns are inside your microwave oven? Marc Kossover from Hands On Science found a simple and relatively cheap way to reveal...

[Via: Make]    [Link: Hands On Science]
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The Minotaurus project got more senses
posted November 20 2010 7:42.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Maybe you remember an older post about Minotaurus, a project which is developed in Computer Science and Engineering Laboratory (CSE) in University of Oulu, Finland...

[Link: CSE Oulu]
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CERN got a step forward: Antimatter successfully trapped
posted November 19 2010 17:51.58 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Antimatter was first predicted in 1931, by Dirac. Since then, scientists have try different methods to produce and trap antimatter, yet it remained one of the biggest mysteries...

[Link: CERN]
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Festo Bionics, years ahead
posted November 17 2010 13:59.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Festo is the leader in pneumatic systems, with hundreds on innovations yearly. Part of the group Festo is the Bionics Learning Network, which has...

[Via: botjunkie]    [Link: Festo]
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New Racetrack Magnetic Memory achieves mind blowing R/W speeds
posted November 15 2010 15:56.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Scientists at the Zurich Research Center of IBM are working on this completely new memory type. It will have 100000 times the speed...

[Via: Science Daily]    [Link: IBM]
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Goodyear developed for NASA new spring airless tires
posted November 15 2010 6:50.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Its fascinating to follow space technology. I suppose you've all seen lunar vehicles driving on the moon surface. Do you think that the tires...

[Via: gizmag]    [Link: NASA]
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Arduino based project masures water flow
posted November 5 2010 13:58.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Teague Labs wanted to answer the question "how much water we spent daily"? To answer, they had to build a precision water measuring...

[Link: Teague Labs]
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New MIM diode may change electronics as we know
posted November 5 2010 13:32.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Researchers at Oregon State University have solved a quest in fundamental material science that has eluded scientists since the 1960s, and could form the basis of a new approach to electron...

[Via: southgatearc.org]    [Link: nanowerk.com]
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Ultra slow motion videos are impressive
posted November 4 2010 22:21.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It's becoming a trend! Get a high speed camera that shoots at 6200 frames per seconds! Point it to something that acts really fast. Replay...

[Link: Ryan Matthew Smith]
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