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Articles from R & D (June 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
3-D viewing with the naked eye. 463
Advanced nanoscale material facility moves forward. Brief Article 191
Assistive tailored captioning. 498
Best in Show at Bio-IT. 107
Buckyball toxicity re-examined. Brief Article 203
China revising IP rules. Brief Article 217
Compliance an issue for SMBs. Brief Article 215
DuPont reinvests into MIT. Brief Article 139
Dutch build school in China. Brief Article 107
Facilitating biological model sharing. 190
Hospital supplied with complete IT solution: immediate and complete information access for staff and patients at a Norwegian hospital provides a look into the future of health care. Studt, Tim 1418
Improved military tents. Brief Article 104
Introducing Cornell dots. Brief Article 143
Is infrared the "new UV"? Advancements help position IR-based microscopy out of the shadows of UV. Semiatin, Ilene K. 1246
Key Internet system challenged. Brief Article 259
Korea enticing R&D centers. Brief Article 256
Mega diamonds in record time. Brief Article 117
Military apps drive simulation tools: cutting-edge software gives soldiers the training they need before heading to the real "playing field.". Joyce, Lorraine Cover Story 1834
New variation of all-optical switch. 477
NIST sets out to map measurement needs. Brief Article 164
Not completely logical technology. Studt, Tim Editorial 479
Novel embryonic stem cell lines created. Brief Article 104
Parallel computer integration rises. Brief Article 225
Predicting the drydown rate: the pumpdown performance in traversing the drydown zone can be quantified by calculating the monolayers of adsorbed water molecules and determining the subsequent desorption rate graphically. Danielson, Phil 1344
Report reviews U.S. nanotech R&D. Brief Article 145
SLAC helps reveal historical truths. Brief Article 132
Summer ushers in SEMICON West. Calendar 154
Thin-film PVs look to capture a greater audience: government and industry are working to improve thin-film photovoltaic efficiencies and ramping up adoption. Mallozzi, Jeannette 974
Ultra-high intensity laser facility christened. Brief Article 131

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