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Battery-powered toys, radios, and portable electronic devices make fun Christmas gifts - until the batteries run down.
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Government agencies and private companies are turning to Oak Ridge National Laboratory for modeling, simulation and fine-tuning of their wireless sensor networks. The Extreme Measurement Communications Center (EMC2), headed by Wayne Manges of the Engineering Science and Technology Division, is focus...
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Ships powered with low-sulfur diesel fuels may have cleaner emissions and actually perform better than when powered with other diesel fuels, according to findings by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Navy. The goal of the joint study, which looked at two-stroke marine engines operating on five t...
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UltraScience Net transferred 164 terabytes of data „ the equivalent of 10 to 20 times the Library of Congress „ in 24 hours and helped the team led by Caltech take top honors in the bandwidth challenge at Supercomputing 2005 in Seattle. DOE's UltraScience Net was extended to the show floor at SC 05 ...
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Stephen Pennycook, a UT-Battelle corporate fellow and group leader in the Condensed Matter Sciences Division of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, was honored tonight as the recipient of the UT-Battelle 2005 Director's Award for Outstanding Individual Accomplishment in Science and Technology during the laboratory's Awards Night ceremony at the Knoxville Convention Center.