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Universities of Florida, Chicago to lead way for ultra-powerful computer data grid
The Universities of Florida and Chicago will lead an $11.9 million initiative that will lay the groundwork for a computer data grid of unprecedented speed and power, the National Science Foundation announced today. (2000-09-12)
Relativistic heavy ion collider (RHIC) begins smashing atoms
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have begun detecting collisions between gold nuclei in the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), the world's newest and biggest particle accelerator for studies in nuclear physics. (2000-06-12)
Team developing new ways to handle data deluge
The fountain of scientific data has become a fire hose and is turning into a raging river. (1999-09-24)
Particle Beams Clash For First Time At New Collider
The Asymmetric B Factory - a sophisticated new (1998-07-30)
Physics Experiment Produces Highest-Energy Electrons And Positrons Ever Created In Man-Made Accelerator
Physicists at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) in Geneva have created the highest-energy electrons and positrons ever produced in a man-made particle accelerator. (1998-06-02)
Columbia Unveils Supercomputer That Will Simulate Birth Of The Universe
Physicists at Columbia University have constructed one of the world┬╣s fastest supercomputers, one that can perform 400 billion calculations per second to simulate the three- trillion-degree conditions that existed at the birth of the universe, when the components of atomic nuclei boiled free into a ultra-hot plasma. (1998-04-21)
New Mitigation Strategy Minimizes Risk Of Asteroid Collisions
The spectacular plunge of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 into Jupiter in July 1994 and recent concern about the projected (1998-04-08)
Columbia To Build $13 Million In Electronics To Detect New Events At Large Hadron Collider
Columbia University physicists will receive $13 million to build some of the most sensitive electronics ever made to measure the energies of particles created when protons moving nearly at the speed of light collide within the Large Hadron Collider, the European accelerator that may reveal why matter has mass. (1998-01-29)
Physicists Report Unusual Particle Collisions
The ZEUS collaboration, led by Columbia University researchers, at the HERA particle accelerator in Hamburg, will submit papers Monday, Feb. (1997-02-21)
Physicists at Boston University Build First Successful High Temperature Superconductor Lead--Superconductor Successfully Carries Over 13,000 amps
A team of scientists at Boston University set a superconductivity record in tests of a new electrical power lead based on high temperature superconducting elements The lead is composed of an assembly of 72 ceramic superconducting composites and is designed to conduct large amounts of electrical power to superconducting magnets (1996-11-18)
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