Feb 23, 2006
Computerworld is a weekly publication delivering late-breaking news from, as you’d expect, the world of computers. If you need analysis of this area in a national and international context, then the magazine’s in-depth coverage of Windows 2000, Government regulation, ERP, E-commerce and much more is essential reading. Most importantly, for sciencebase readers in the industry though is that you can find out how your peers are applying technology to further corporate goals…what they’ve learned, what …
Integrating stiff carbon nanotubes into more traditional materials, such as polycarbonates, can dramatically improve the material’s ability to absorb vibrations, especially at high temperatures, according to US researchers. The discovery could lead to new composites for aerospace and automobile engineering applications as well as improving golf clubs and other sports equipment. You can read the complete story in this month’s Reactive Reports.
Feb 22, 2006
A search engine spun out from the Australian research organisation CSIRO is already powering the Australian Government Information
Management Office, Westpac Banking Corporation, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the University of Sydney, National Research Council of Canada, University of Staffordshire, and the Scottish Care Commission and could soon offer users from multinational down to SOHOs a way to search their websites, intranets, file-shares and databases that side-steps the security risks associated with other desktop search engine software …
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