Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998, by Ian Mapleson
(FutureTech Reference List Format)
NS = New Scientist EWW = Electronics & Wireless World BYTE = Byte Magazine SNOW = Science Now SCW = Scientific Computing World IRIS = IRIS UK PERF = Performer IRU = IRIS Universe T3 = Tomorrow's Technology Today CIC = CPU Information Centre at Berkeley
S01: Computer/Processor Evolution, Design and Manufacturing, S02: Processor Announcement History and Performance Issues, S03: Displays and Screens, S04: Memory, Storage and Data Compression, S05: Transmission and Communication, S06: VR, Computer Graphics, Cyberware, Games, Video/Image Manipulation and Fakery, S07: Lasers and Optical Devices, S08: Artificial Intelligence, S09: The Internet, S10: Chaos Theory, Cosmology, Ethics, Military, Privacy, Extreme Technologies, S11: Quantum Theory and Quantum Physics Research, S12: Nanotechnology and Research, S13: Superconducter Technology & Research, S14: Buckyball Technology & Research, S15: Miscellaneous.
+S01/NS/01-08-98/i2145/JEF/p16: 'Clever pipework takes the heat out of frying chips' "Chips with a built-in cooling +S01/NS/01-08-98/i2145/JEF/p16: system have been developed by researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in +S01/NS/01-08-98/i2145/JEF/p16: Albuquerque, New Mexico." +S01/NS/25-07-98/i2144/MRK/p7: 'The end of the chip?' "The future of computer processors could be spherical" +S01/NS/25-07-98/i2144/RED/p6: 'Easily solved?' "Only a quantum computer will give you the answer" +S01/NS/20-06-98/i2139/MRK/p15: 'The listening machine' "Now computers can hear sounds the same way we do" +S01/NS/06-06-98/i2137/TAY/Fp37_40: "Jim's bright idea" "Everyone said James Franson was nuts when he proposed using light as the +S01/NS/06-06-98/i2137/TAY/Fp37_40: basis for a superfast quantum computer. Now they say he could be heading for a Nobel prize. +S01/NS/06-06-98/i2137/TAY/Fp37_40: Rob Taylor reports" +S01/NS/02-05-98/i2132/MBR/Fp38_41: 'crazy logic' "There's a wierd world in which computers give you an answer just by being +S01/NS/02-05-98/i2132/MBR/Fp38_41: there, says Michael Brooks. You don't even have to switch them on" +S01/NS/18-04-98/i2130/KES/Fp36_39: 'A Perfect Match' "To crack codes, explore virtual worlds and search the human genome, what +S01/NS/18-04-98/i2130/KES/Fp36_39: you need is a chip that unites mind and memory. David Kestenbaum reports." +S01/NS/18-04-98/i2130/CHS/p10: 'Quantum leap' "A smidgen of chloroform has taken the computing world by storm" +S01/NS/14-03-98/i2125/WHO/p17: 'Smart etchings' (Nippon Telegraph develops more accurate circuit etching) +S01/NS/07-03-98/i2124/PMK/Fp34_37: 'Making Waves' "Could this be the big idea that will break through computing's speed barrier? +S01/NS/07-03-98/i2124/PMK/Fp34_37: Paul Marks meets a man who is trying out a radical new way of working with semiconductors" +S01/NS/21-02-98/i2122/CRY/p12: 'Live wires' "The blueprint of life is helping to shrink electronics" +S01/NS/14-02-98/i2121/MRC/p6: 'Tight fit' "Sloshing electrons help light wiggle through the most minute gaps" +S01/NS/31-01-98/i2119/MRK/p9: 'Waiting in the wings' "Butterflies have some cool tips for chip designers" +S01/NS/20-12-97/i2113/CHS/p19: 'Gel makes go-faster chips' (Gel helps in the development of copper-wired chips) +S01/NS/29-11-97/i2110/PHB/Fp40_44: 'Crystal gazing' "Outsize crystals made from tiny plastic beads could play a vital role in +S01/NS/29-11-97/i2110/PHB/Fp40_44: applications as diverse as optical computers and biosensors, says Philip Ball" +S01/NS/15-11-97/i2108/MBR/p10: 'Death to the Chip' "Is the reign of classical computing coming to an end?" +S01/NS/15-11-97/i2108/MRK/p7: 'From little acorns... mighty software can be grown' (smaller software sizes using modular +S01/NS/15-11-97/i2108/MRK/p7: units, a new programming technique from a Canadian software firm) +S01/NS/08-11-97/i2107/CRY/Fp42_45: 'Your flexible friend' "What's black, shiny and completely irresistable? Ben Crystall reports +S01/NS/08-11-97/i2107/CRY/Fp42_45: on the numerous attractions of a new class of magnets" +S01/NS/01-11-97/i2106/WHO/p31: 'See-through chips' (first ever transparent p-type oxide semiconductors) S01/NS/25-10-97/i2105/JMC/Fp40_44: 'The future's bright' "The processing power of silicon chips and the new unmatched speed of S01/NS/25-10-97/i2105/JMC/Fp40_44: photons make an awesome combination. John McCrone says computer designers are beginning to S01/NS/25-10-97/i2105/JMC/Fp40_44: see the light" S01/NS/11-10-97/i2103/FOX/p9: 'Tight fit' (carbon helps to make silicon chip tracks smaller) S01/NS/20-09-97/i2100/MMY/p16: 'All together now' (theoretical 1000TeraFLOP computer design) S01/NS/20-09-97/i2100/FOX/p13: 'Colourfast' (Nintendo/SGI N64 patent notices) S01/NS/13-09-97/i2099/COG/p20: 'Light steps for tiny computers' "A single molecule that acts as a binary switch has brought S01/NS/13-09-97/i2099/COG/p20: nanoscale computers a step closer." S01/NS/23-08-97/i2096/JOE/p6: 'Switching on light's Potential' "Curious similarities between light and electricity have been S01/NS/23-08-97/i2096/JOE/p6: discovered. Light travelling through transparent materials can be dimmed by a magnetic field, S01/NS/23-08-97/i2096/JOE/p6: as if it were made up of charged particles." S01/NS/02-08-97/i2093/PHB/Fp32_35: 'Take it to the Limit' "The superwhizzy computers of the will only be born if we can make a S01/NS/02-08-97/i2093/PHB/Fp32_35: whole transistor out of a molecule. But right now we're struggling to make just one wire, S01/NS/02-08-97/i2093/PHB/Fp32_35: says Philip Ball" S01/NS/05-07-97/i2089/MMY/p21: 'A switch in time' "Optical computers are a micrometre closer to reality" S01/NS/05-07-97/i2089/WHO/p20_21: 'Spotless with lasers' (new wafer cleaning laser technique) S01/NS/14-06-97/i2086/WAD/p44: 'Superpowerful computing' "Philip Wadler reviews Charles Murray's The Supermen" (a work on the S01/NS/14-06-97/i2086/WAD/p44: life of Seymour Cray and his contemporaries) S01/NS/14-06-97/i2086/ALL/Fp34_37: 'Crystal Powers' "It's ultrahard, loves the heat and could save billions in lost power all S01/NS/14-06-97/i2086/ALL/Fp34_37: around the world. Has silicon carbide's time come at last, asks Roger Allan" S01/NS/17-05-97/i2082/JCS/Fp30_33: 'Computing the uncomputable' "Some calculations will always be beyond even the most powerful S01/NS/17-05-97/i2082/JCS/Fp30_33: of today's computers. Could exotic new machines be the answer, asks John Casti" S01/NS/17-05-97/i2082/WHO/p13: 'Pentium glitch' (another Intel gaff) S01/NS/03-05-97/i2080/MEG/p24: 'Twisted base makes better chips' S01/NS/03-05-97/i2080/ADM/Fp30_32: 'An inside story' "The chance discovery of a surprising source of X-rays could revolutionise S01/NS/03-05-97/i2080/ADM/Fp30_32: both medical imaging and chip making." S01/NS/01-02-97/2067/PHB/Fp22_24: 'Diamond curls' "Tiny wires and tubes of diamond could end up as superstrong cables, or the S01/NS/01-02-97/2067/PHB/Fp22_24: sensory nerves inside smart materials, discovers Philip Ball" S01/NS/01-02-97/i2067/BKR/p16: 'Quantum computers perk up with a cup of tea' S01/NS/01-02-97/i2067/JEF/p15: 'Atom laser offers ultimate control' S01/CIC/00-01-97/WR006: (ISSCC 97 Preview: advanced processor design conference) S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/RLH/Fp85_88: 'Eight Ways to the Future' "Technology leaders agree: Change S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/RLH/Fp85_88: is the only sure thing about computing in the next decade." S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/LGW/Fp77_82: 'Birth of a Chip' "In only 25 years, the microprocessor S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/LGW/Fp77_82: has become the life-support system of the modern world." S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/PWN/Fp69_74: 'How Microchips Shook the World' "Ten reasons why microprocessors define the twentieth S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/PWN/Fp69_74: century more than any other achievement." S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/SYS/Fp59_60: 'Super Mario Chip' "The 64-bit MIPS R4300i RISC processor S01/BYTE/00-12-96/iDEC/SYS/Fp59_60: powers a compute-intensive consumer game system." S01/EWW/00-11-96/iNOV/WHO/p825: 'Smallest wires await a connection' S01/EWW/00-11-96/iNOV/CAM/p823: 'Staircase effect gives lift to nanodevices' S01/EWW/00-11-96/iNOV/WHO/p820: 'New magnets are attractive for chips' S01/SGI/28-10-96/WR005: 'Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI)' "Three Teraflops of Peak Computing Power S01/SGI/28-10-96/WR005: to Monitor U.S. Nuclear Stockpile" S01/NS/05-10-96/i2050/SUN/p22: 'X-rays cut chips down to size' S01/NS/28-09-96/i2049/COG/p24: 'Hopping electron promises superfast switch' S01/NS/21-09-96/i2048/VIN/p24: 'Flat is beautiful for future chips' S01/NS/14-09-96/i2047/SUN/p21: 'Boards make smarter connections' S01/EWW/00-09-96/iSEP/CAM/p641: 'Extreme chip production' S01/NS/31-08-96/i2045/BRD/p18: 'Chip pioneers tame power of e-beams' S01/NS/24-08-96/i2044/MRK/p22: 'Versatile liver inspires parallel processing' S01/NS/13-07-96/i2038/ROB/Fp26_31: 'forget silicon, try dna' "A mere gram of the stuff of life could solve huge mathematical S01/NS/13-07-96/i2038/ROB/Fp26_31: problems that would set a supercomputer in a spin - at least in theory." S01/NS/06-07-96/i2037/MRC/p18: 'X-ray lens brings finer chips into focus' S01/NS/18-05-96/i2030/WWD/p21: 'Molecular switch throws light on a miniature' S01/BYTE/00-05-96/iMAY/TRH/p40: 'Watch out: 500MHz PowerPCs Planned for 1997' S01/BYTE/00-05-96/iMAY/TRH/Fp161_162: 'MIPS R5000; Fast, affordable 3-D' "MIPS has optimised its latest CPU for the single S01/BYTE/00-05-96/iMAY/TRH/Fp161_162: precision floating-point math operations common in 3-D graphics" S01/NS/06-04-96/i2024/MRK/p21: 'All change at optical junctions' (optical switch) S01/EWW/00-04-96/iAPR/WHO/p270: 'Pentium Pro flaw' S01/EWW/00-04-96/iAPR/WHO/p273: 'Making photons interact is first step to quantum computer' S01/BYTE/00-04-96/iAPR/TRH/p26: 'R5000 Cuts 3-D Cost' S01/BYTE/00-04-96/iAPR/WHO/Fp45_54: 'When silicon hits its limits, what's next?' (the intro is too long. Suffice to say the S01/BYTE/00-04-96/iAPR/WHO/Fp45_54: article covers future chip, memory and storage technologies: X-ray lithography, quantum S01/BYTE/00-04-96/iAPR/WHO/Fp45_54: computers, holographic storage, molecular memory, etc.) S01/NS/30-03-96/i2023/ROB/p20: 'Bright future for brainy chips' S01/NS/09-03-96/i2020/MRK/Fp34_37: 'Simply faster' "The formula that has given us ever more powerful chips will not work for very S01/NS/09-03-96/i2020/MRK/Fp34_37: much longer, says Mark Ward, and chip makers are puzzling over what to do next" S01/NS/02-03-96/i2019/BRD/p22: 'Chips last longer with heavy hydrogen' S01/EWW/00-03-96/iMAR/WHO/p181: 'Pentium P7 slips back' S01/EWW/00-03-96/iMAR/MGA/p185: 'Single electron switches presage quantum computing' S01/PERF/00-01-96/iJAN/WHO/p3: 'World's fastest graphics' (InfiniteReality announcment) S01/EWW/00-01-96/iJAN/WHO/p5: 'UK X-ray litho work to continue' S01/NS/18-11-95/i2004/MRK/p28: 'Silicon cells with a life of their own' S01/NS/09-09-95/i1994/MRC/p18: 'Atom in limbo turns photons into molecules' S01/NS/26-08-95/i1992/PVJJ/Fp26_29: 'Tricks of the light' "The light revolution in electronics could be just around the corner as S01/NS/26-08-95/i1992/PVJJ/Fp26_29: researchers exploit materials to the full." S01/NS/05-08-95/i1989/VIN/p18: 'Making semiconductors out of thin air' S01/NS/15-7-95/i1986/MRC/p22: 'Silicon islands promise more power to PCs' S01/SCW/00-05-95/iMAY/JIM/p19: 'Looking towards PetaFLOPS computing' S01/NS/18-03-95/i1969/BOB/Fp28_29: 'Now you see it...' "Imagine being able to control events that happen in a quadrillionth of a S01/NS/18-03-95/i1969/BOB/Fp28_29: second. Japan wants to be the first to capitalise on these ultrafast phenomena" S01/CIC/20-02-95/WR004: 'NEC samples synchronous 256m-bit memory chips' S01/NS/14-01-95/i1960/SUN/p21: 'Computer mimic is up to speed' S01/NS/07-01-05/i1959/ART/p19: 'Intel backs down over Pentium' S01/EWW/00-01-95/iJAN/WHO/p8: 'Japanese propose chip production consortium' S01/EWW/00-01-95/iJAN/CAM/p12: 'Microscopic improvement is good news for chips' S01/IRU/00-01-95/i30/SAG/Fp36_37: 'The Reinvention of the Microprocessor' "MIPS' powerful next-generation chip, the R10000, is S01/IRU/00-01-95/i30/SAG/Fp36_37: designed for breakthrough speed in what matters most - running real applications" S01/NS/26-11-94/i1953/HZL/p17: 'DNA reveals its talent for computing' S01/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/p3: 'Supercomputing power on your desk' S01/NS/07-05-94/i1924/EMS/p16: 'Atomic engineers grow thinner wires' (1 atom thick wires) S01/NS/29-01-94/i1910/BEN/Fp32_37: 'Atoms caught in a web of light' "Atoms cooled to within a whisker of absolute zero and S01/NS/29-01-94/i1910/BEN/Fp32_37: trapped by crisscrossing laser beams may be wierd science, but it could produce better S01/NS/29-01-94/i1910/BEN/Fp32_37: microchips and more accurate atomic clocks" S01/NS/15-01-94/i1908/LOR/Fp21_23: 'The great chip theft' "Organised crime is going high-tech in the US with armed gangs S01/NS/15-01-94/i1908/LOR/Fp21_23: holding up chip makers. What can the manufacturers do to prevent the theft and S01/NS/15-01-94/i1908/LOR/Fp21_23: distribution of their valuable bits of silicon?" S01/NS/18-12-93/i1904/HAD/p18: 'Energetic transistor does two jobs for the price of one' S01/NS/11-12-93/i1903/ELG/p21: 'Germanium makes the chips go faster' S01/NS/27-11-93/i1901/NBB/Fp34_38: 'Quest for the perfect plasma' "Spotting the potential of plasmas for high-technology S01/NS/27-11-93/i1901/NBB/Fp34_38: industries is easy, understanding what makes them tick is not" S01/NS/20-11-93/i1900/VIN/p18: 'Can atom optics make more powerful chips?' S01/NS/02-10-93/i1893/ART/Fp44_47: 'Small is powerful' "Just when you thought computers couldn't get any smaller, nano-scientists S01/NS/02-10-93/i1893/ART/Fp44_47: are talking about shrinking supercomputers to the size of a hardback book..." S01/NS/01-05-93/i1871/MON/Fp31_34: 'The hot new star of microchips' "The most complex microprocessor ever developed makes its S01/NS/01-05-93/i1871/MON/Fp31_34: debut in personal computers this month. The chip promises faster processing but its long-term S01/NS/01-05-93/i1871/MON/Fp31_34: success depends on reducing its high power consumption." (this article is about the Pentium) S01/NS/10-04-93/i1868/CAN/Fp23_27: 'A glowing future for silicon' "Chips and circuits could work much faster if they used light S01/NS/10-04-93/i1868/CAN/Fp23_27: to communicate with each other. Fragile layers of porous silicon could be just the thing to S01/NS/10-04-93/i1868/CAN/Fp23_27: let them do it" S01/NS/03-03-93/i1867/DAV/p22: 'Silicon giant raises stakes in the chip war' S01/NS/03-03-93/i1867/MIG/Fp34_37: 'Gulliver among the atoms' "Have youever thought what it would be like to hitch a ride on an S01/NS/03-03-93/i1867/MIG/Fp34_37: electron? Computers are revealing how atoms behave in solids and helping researchers to S01/NS/03-03-93/i1867/MIG/Fp34_37: design better materials" S01/NS/13-02-93/i1860/ELG/p20: 'Gas mask promises cheaper chips' S01/NS/30-01-93/i1858/DAN/p21: 'Molecule's one-way route to electronics' S01/NS/16-01-93/i1856/DAN/Fp29_33: 'Chips with a life of their own' "Designing silicon chips to mimic human organs sounds S01/NS/16-01-93/i1856/DAN/Fp29_33: fanciful. But scientist have already built devices that process electrical signals in the S01/NS/16-01-93/i1856/DAN/Fp29_33: way nerve cells do" S01/NS/04-02-88/i1598/WHO/p46: 'Light measures fast electronic circuits' S01/SNOW/00-01-82/i1/WHO/Fp30_31: 'The fastest number crunchers' "A new generation of supercomputers, talking super sized S01/SNOW/00-01-82/i1/WHO/Fp30_31: problems - like tomorrow's weather"
S02/CIC/14-10-97/WR504: IBM announces Power3 CPU: 500MHz+, 30+ SPECint95, 70+ SPECfp95 S02/CIC/14-10-97/WR503: HP/Intel unveil IA-64 at Microprocessor Forum (no performance details yet) S02/CIC/06-10-97/WR502: Sun unveils UltraSPARC-III: 600MHz+, 35+ SPECint95, 60+ SPECfp95 S02/CIC/31-03-97/WR501: 600MHz 21164a, 18 SPECint95, 27 SPECfp95 S02/CIC/12-03-97/WR500: 0.25u PA8500 with 1.5MB on-chip cache S02/CIC/31-12-96/WR003: 1996 CPU Announcement Archives S02/CIC/31-12-95/WR002: 1995 CPU Announcement Archives S02/CIC/31-12-94/WR001: 1994 CPU Announcement Archives
+S03/NS/25-07-98/i2144/FOX/p14: 'Minimum force' "A simple blob of solder could outwit Hollywood's video giants" +S03/NS/25-07-98/i2144/FOX/p6: 'All channels open' "Digital terrestrial TV has had an Achilles heel: ordinary video recorders +S03/NS/25-07-98/i2144/FOX/p6: can't tape one program while you are watching another. But a group of electronics companies +S03/NS/25-07-98/i2144/FOX/p6: claims to have solved the problem with a VCR that can record several digital channels at once +S03/NS/25-07-98/i2144/FOX/p6: on the same VHS tape." +S03/NS/27-06-98/i2140/PESC/Fp40_42: 'Small will be beautiful' "Early next century, your friends will be calling you on your +S03/NS/27-06-98/i2140/PESC/Fp40_42: wristfone as you watch the TV on your glasses. David Pescovitz looks at the first steps in +S03/NS/27-06-98/i2140/PESC/Fp40_42: this incredible shrinking feat" +S03/NS/23-05-98/i2135/FOX/p20: 'Boxed in' "Digital TV broadcasters must work together or face a ban" +S03/NS/09-05-98/i2133/FOX/p14: 'Bright future' "The cost of video screens will soon tumble" +S03/NS/02-05-98/i2132/FOX/p7: 'Hard of hearing' "Europe will get old-fashioned sound with its digital television" +S03/NS/18-04-98/i2130/FOX/p16: 'Boxing clever produces a clearer picture' "Televisions that cut the flicker out of the +S03/NS/18-04-98/i2130/FOX/p16: picture on ordinary sets and make 625-line broadcasts look more like high-definition TV will +S03/NS/18-04-98/i2130/FOX/p16: go on sale in Europe later this year" +S03/NS/18-04-98/i2130/FOX/p7: 'Hacking into Hollywood' "How to watch a film at home before it has been released" +S03/NS/28-03-98/i2127/FOX/p6: 'A trip to the movies that ended in tears' "British Telecom's experiment with 'electronic +S03/NS/28-03-98/i2127/FOX/p6: cinema' took an embarrassing turn last week when a key partner in the project denounced the +S03/NS/28-03-98/i2127/FOX/p6: picture quality of test pictures screened at a cinema in London." +S03/NS/21-03-98/i2126/FOX/p6: 'Why going digital could blur your vision' (too many channels could spoil the brew) +S03/NS/07-03-98/i2124/FOX/p16: 'Launching the age of cheap video conferencing' (The launch of an Astra satellite will enable +S03/NS/07-03-98/i2124/FOX/p16: low cost video conferencing) +S03/NS/14-02-98/i2121/FOX/p8: 'Wasted watts' "Digital television will have hidden costs" +S03/NS/31-01-98/i2119/MRK/p8: 'The big picture' "How to get ultra-wide TV screens off to a flying start" +S03/NS/24-01-98/i2118/FOX/p12: 'Royalties row upstages digital TV launch' (Set-top box manufacturers fail to pay royalties to +S03/NS/24-01-98/i2118/FOX/p12: key technology owners) +S03/NS/17-01-98/i2117/CHS/p10: 'Stars of the small screen' (using diamond film for brighter laptop screens) +S03/NS/13-12-97/i2112/FOX/p15: 'The big picture' (cinema displays using video projection) S03/NS/04-10-97/i2102/FOX/p9: 'A piece of the action' "You won't miss a thing when you watch movies on this TV" S03/NS/27-09-97/i2101/FOX/p15: 'The big picture' "It's almost as good as watching your idols in the flesh" S03/NS/16-08-97/i2095/CRS/p6: 'An office in the sunshine' (improved LCD display) S03/NS/22-03-97/i2074/FOX/p22: 'Digital TV sparks interference fears' S03/NS/22-02-97/i2070/FOX/Fp48: 'More bucks for the box' "Will people really pay through the S03/NS/22-02-97/i2070/FOX/Fp48: nose to watch digital TV asks Barry Fox" S03/NS/04-01-97/i2063/FOX/p4: 'Satellite feud may delay digital TV' S03/EWW/00-11-96/iNOV/DOW/p825: '3-D display that heralds new era of cubism' S03/T3/00-11-96/i1/WHO/p21: 'A beam in your own eye' (article on laser VR helmets) S03/NS/07-09-96/i2046/ERK/p21: 'Solid prospects for 3D images' S03/NS/24-08-96/i2044/CLR/p23: 'Images that leap through tables' (3D medical displays) S03/NS/15-07-96/i1986/RUH/p23: 'Flat, flawless TV heads for market' S03/EWW/00-06-96/iJUN/WHO/p452: 'Single panel optical system' (dichroic mirror projectors) S03/EWW/00-06-96/iJUN/CAM/p457: 'Organic leds: colour limits pushed aside' S03/EWW/00-06-96/iJUN/CAM/p460: 'New leds promising for flat panel displays' S03/NS/18-05-96/i2030/FOX/p22: 'A sideways look at liquid crystal displays' S03/EWW/00-05-96/iMAY/SVJ/p364: 'Focus on polymer transistors' S03/EWW/00-05-96/iMAY/CAM/p361: 'Transparent motives for hdtv' S03/NS/20-04-96/i2026/JEF/p23: 'Bidding opens for first high-definition TV broadcasts' S03/NS/27-03-96/i2027/FOX/p25: 'Laser vision' (Patent: German laser-based TV system) S03/EWW/00-02-96/iFEB/FOX/p91: 'Sound reasons for digital TV?' S03/EWW/00-04-96/iAPR/WHO/p268: 'Plasma displays for wall mount TVs' S03/NS/09-09-95/i1994/FOX-HAD/p20: 'Battle for the big screens' S03/NS/22-04-95/i1974/FOX/p21: 'How much to dish up digital TV?' S03/NS/18-03-95/i1969/FOX/p20: 'Standards wrangle puts digital TV on standby' S03/NS/04-02-95/i1963/ART/p22: 'Get your head around 3D' S03/NS/17-12-94/i1956/ART/p24: 'Can multicolour diodes switch on flat screens?' S03/NS/13-08-94/i1938/FOX/p20: 'Wide screens split BBC and Channel 4' S03/NS/20-06-94/i1931/ART/p20: 'Holographic movies come in from the cold' S03/NS/01-05-93/i1871/DBR/p15: 'Rainbow-coloured buckyballs light up the lab' S03/NS/13-02-93/i1860/FOX/p21: 'Going to the edge to fill wide-screen TVs' S03/NS/02-01-93/i1854/FOX/p8: 'Veto kills off Europe's high-tech TV'
+S04/NS/04-07-98/i2141/BOB/Fp37_39: 'From Russia with love' "It's a tale of romance, fiendishly clever gadets and dull yellow +S04/NS/04-07-98/i2141/BOB/Fp37_39: crystals. Bob Johnstone tells the extraordinary story of the latest in memory chips" +S04/NS/20-06-98/i2139/WHO/p15: 'Light storage' (improved holographic data storage using a two different colours ) +S04/NS/13-06-98/i2138/FOX/p7: 'Cheap trick' "A flaw allows music CDs to be copied onto cheap blank CD-ROMs" +S04/NS/17-01-98/i2117/WHO/p15: 'In the groove' (US researchers achieve 65Gbit/cm2 for disc storage; this works out to arround +S04/NS/17-01-98/i2117/WHO/p15: 690Gbytes for a CD-sized disc - 5X better than Matsushita's 1terabit disc announced some +S04/NS/17-01-98/i2117/WHO/p15: months ago. Both used atomic force microscope technology to read the data) +S04/NS/10-01-98/i2116/WHO/p15: 'Mighty disc' (IBM achieves 1.8Gbit/cm2 for hard disks) +S04/NS/10-01-98/i2116/FOX/p15: 'In a spin on discs' "A battle over DVD standards is leaving customers confused" +S04/NS/03-01-98/i2115/FOX/p12: 'All too much' "Do-it-yourself CDs will hit the music business where it hurts" +S04/NS/06-12-97/i2111/FOX/p13: 'Floppy's days are numbered' (The end is nigh for the floppy disk) +S04/NS/29-11-97/i2110/FOX/p25: 'A sour note' "Standards chaos threatens the next generation of hi-fi systems" +S04/NS/15-11-97/i2108/FOX/p7: 'This message will self-distruct' "Disposable discs could replace rented videos" S04/NS/11-10-97/i2103/JUS/p13: 'The zinging detector' "Buzzing bar measures minute magnetic fields" S04/NS/04-10-97/i2101/FOX/p17: 'Communications breakdown' "Video manufacturers are getting their wires crossed" S04/NS/27-09-97/i2101/FOX/p7: 'The one to watch' "Will the new limited-life video disc beat the pirates?" S04/NS/13-09-97/i2099/FOX/p6_7: 'Double standard bedevils video disc' "Europe is to get its own S04/NS/13-09-97/i2099/FOX/p6_7: version of the Digital Video Disc standard - but the sound system S04/NS/13-09-97/i2099/FOX/p6_7: it uses will be incompatible with US and Japanese machines." S04/NS/12-07-97/i2090/FOX/p10: 'A Very Close Shave' "Thanks to a technical hitch, there S04/NS/12-07-97/i2090/FOX/p10: may be precious little to watch on the new DVD players" S04/NS/14-06-97/i2086/FOX/p23: 'Backup tapes are good news for video pirates' S04/NS/19-04-97/i2078/WHO/p25: 'Standards summit for digital video' S04/NS/08-03-97/i2072/FOX/p23: 'Rewriting rules on CD-ROMs' (writable CDs) S04/NS/22-02-97/i2070/FOX/p22: 'Wobble drives pirates off the digital seas' (DVD piracy) S04/NS/09-11-96/i2055/COG/p22: 'Cheap CDs can be made by the roll' S04/EWW/00-11-96/iNOV/WHO/p820: '1000 times more data on a standard CD?' S04/T3/00-11-96/i1/WHO/p26: 'DVD - the confusion continues' S04/T3/00-11-96/i1/WHO/p27: 'Silicon chippery' (ion sputtering lithography) S04/T3/00-11-96/i1/WHO/Fp42_49: 'DVD' "Bid farewell to VHS, say 'so long' to LaserDisc, and get ready to flog your CD player. S04/T3/00-11-96/i1/WHO/Fp42_49: The does-it-all wunderformat is here and it's about to change your life" S04/BYTE/00-10-96/iOCT/TRH/Fp139_144: 'CDs for the Gigabyte Era' "Next-generatoin optical disks, due this year, offer capcities S04/BYTE/00-10-96/iOCT/TRH/Fp139_144: that are 25 times higher than a CD-ROM's." S04/NS/28-09-96/i2049/FOX/p24: 'Silver alloy boosts memory of recordable CDs' S04/NS/07-09-96/i2046/FOX/p23: 'Fractals set the pattern for online video' S04/EWW/00-09-96/iSEP/WHO/p636: 'Copyright protection delays DVD' S04/NS/31-08-96/i2045/WHO/p21: 'Much ado about digital video' S04/NS/17-08-96/i2043/ROL/p19: 'Quantum hologram says it with atoms' S04/NS/20-07-96/i2039/FOX/p21: 'Attack on video pirates backfires' S04/EWW/00-06-96/iJUN/CAM/p450: 'Optical switch polarises arguments' S04/NS/30-03-96/i2023/FOX/p19: 'Hollywood hold-up plays havoc with video discs' S04/NS/16-03-96/i2021/JEF/p22: 'Optical bullets promise memories of the future' S04/NS/02-03-96/i2019/IAN/Fp24_29: 'Little waves, big squeeze' "A mathematical zoom lens for stripping out unwanted layers of S04/NS/02-03-96/i2019/IAN/Fp24_29: detail is making waves in forensics and medical imaging, and is even cleaning up old music S04/NS/02-03-96/i2019/IAN/Fp24_29: recordings. Ian Stewart gets the picture." S04/EWW/00-02-96/iFEB/LAM/p96: 'Holographic storage gets $48 million fillip' S04/EWW/00-02-96/iFEB/JON/Fp103_108: 'Video Compression Techniques' "John Matthews outlines the techniques being used to cram more S04/EWW/00-02-96/iFEB/JON/Fp103_108: image information into less space and bandwidth" (good technical explanations) S04/EWW/00-01-96/iJAN/RFC/p8: 'Chemistry cracks open memory links' S04/EWW/00-07-95/iJLY/WHO/p541: 'Toshiba finds dvds ally' S04/EWW/00-07-95/iJLY/WHO/p542: 'Smallest, fastest 256Mbyte DRAM announced' S04/EWW/00-07-95/iJLY/CAM/p546: 'Getting (a lot) more out of optical storage' S04/NS/03-06-95/i1980/IHIW/Fp31_33: 'Rebuilding the atom' "Meet the hollow atom - it has a bright future. Physicists think they S04/NS/03-06-95/i1980/IHIW/Fp31_33: can tap its energy to make everything from X-ray holograms to CDs, ..." S04/NS/13-05-95/i1977/FOX/p23: 'Parting of the ways for CDs' S04/EWW/00-05-95/iMAY/WIL/p365: 'Philips/Sony fight back on high desnity CD' S04/EWW/00-05-95/iMAY/BSH/p366: '1Gbit DRAMs nearing production stage' S04/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/PRV/Fp280_286: 'The optical drive' "Optical drive technology has progressed rapidly from curiosity to S04/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/PRV/Fp280_286: commodity, but according to Praveen Asthana, the evolution has only just begun..." S04/NS/11-03-95/i1968/VIN/p21: 'FBI puts the squeeze on suspect prints' S04/NS/11-03-95/i1968/SUN/p22: 'Plasma holograms pack in the memories' S04/NS/11-03-95/i1968/FOX/p23: 'Universal disc drive fits all CDs' S04/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/WHO/p96: 'War escalates on video cd format' S04/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/WHO/p96: 'VLSI goes for MPEG' S04/NS/07-01-95/i1959/FOX/p18: 'Double standard could shake video CD sales' S04/EWW/00-01-95/iJAN/WHO/p8: 'Multiple advances in disc drives' (all about better CDROMs) S04/EWW/00-01-95/iJAN/CAM/p10: 'Giant steps for memory boosts' (gmr technology) S04/NS/29-10-94/i1949/HAD/p26: 'Data storage enters new phase' S04/NS/13-08-94/i1938/SUN/Fp22_23: 'The Trillion-bit Cube' "Computers' appetite for data threatens S04/NS/13-08-94/i1938/SUN/Fp22_23: to overwhelm today's storage techniques. Sunny Bains reports on S04/NS/13-08-94/i1938/SUN/Fp22_23: the race to develop digital memory banks to bridge the gap" S04/NS/09-04-94/i1920/FOX/p16: 'Four digits get set to sink CD pirates' S04/NS/12-02-94/i1912/WHO/p18: 'Electrons make light work for cable libraries' S04/NS/06-11-93/i1898/WHO/p21: 'Has Hitachi trapped the lone electron at room temperature?' S04/NS/28-08-93/i1888/FOX/Fp21_23: 'Big squeeze for video' "You may never want to record the 500 programmes S04/NS/28-08-93/i1888/FOX/Fp21_23: on offer from your local cable television company. But whether you do or S04/NS/28-08-93/i1888/FOX/Fp21_23: not, the technology will soon be available" S04/NS/03-04-93/i1867/WHO/p20: 'CD presses pumpup memory power' S04/NS/27-02-93/i1862/DAN/p17: 'Memorable future for the lone electron' S04/NS/06-02-93/i1859/FOX/p20: 'Movies to feature on double-density CD' S04/NS/04-02-88/i1598/JEF/Fp56_63: 'Holography rides the wavefront' "Holography has yet to live up to its early S04/NS/04-02-88/i1598/JEF/Fp56_63: promise. The subject does retain a peculiar enchantment, which has made it as S04/NS/04-02-88/i1598/JEF/Fp56_63: much an art form as an industrial tool. And yet it is sobering to realise that S04/NS/04-02-88/i1598/JEF/Fp56_63: the hologram is almost as old as the transistor"
+S05/NS/18-07-98/i2143/DGR/p20: 'Guiding lights' "Holes pack more power into optical fibres" +S05/NS/23-05-98/i2135/MMY/Fp45_46: 'Whose finger on the button?' "Forget passwords or PIN numbers, there's a chip that can tell +S05/NS/23-05-98/i2135/MMY/Fp45_46: who you are, says Mike May" +S05/NS/18-04-98/i2130/JUS/p17: 'Hiss and miss' "Secret radio broadcasts can be camouflaged by blending them with the natural +S05/NS/18-04-98/i2130/JUS/p17: background of static, say scientists at the University of California in San Diego" +S05/NS/14-03-98/i2125/WHO/p17: 'Loud and clear' (Alcatel develops cleaner signals for long-distance fibreoptics) +S05/NS/07-02-98/i2120/BRD/p6: 'Carry on talking' "Your mobile phone could run for days on end without recharging" S05/NS/16-08-97/i2095/JEF/p13: 'Superfreeway' (25X speed increase from better fibreoptics) S05/NS/14-06-97/i2086/MAD/p20: 'Key flaw revealed in US code plan' S05/NS/14-06-97/i2086/LSY/Fp14_15: 'Hanging on for the phone' "Poor countries badly need good telecommunications S05/NS/14-06-97/i2086/LSY/Fp14_15: if they are ever to improve their conditions. But unregulated markets will S05/NS/14-06-97/i2086/LSY/Fp14_15: leave them prey to multinational vultures." S05/NS/17-05-97/i2082/MRK/p20: 'Phone network runs rings round the world' (satellite madness) S05/NS/08-03-97/i2072/JEF/p22: 'Many bands make light work' (better firbe optics) S05/NS/22-02-97/i2070/FOX/p22: 'Ultrafast modems jump the gun' S05/BYTE/00-02-97/iFEB/OLR/Fp11_16: 'In the Line of Fibre' "Mass storage & image processing demand S05/BYTE/00-02-97/iFEB/OLR/Fp11_16: high throughput. Fibre Channel technology delivers it." S05/NS/18-01-97/i2065/MRK/p18: 'Digital data comes down the mains' S05/NS/11-01-97/i2064/BKR/p20: 'Quantum key foils eavesdroppers' S05/NS/03-11-96/i2055/RMT/p8: '"Unbreakable" code cracked wide open' (decryption success) S05/NS/05-10-96/i2050/JEF/p24: 'Fibres are a printer's best friend' (new high power laser) S05/NS/10-08-96/i2042/FOX/Fp32_35: 'A thousand channels in every home' "Britain is on target to become the world leader in S05/NS/10-08-96/i2042/FOX/Fp32_35: digital television - if the right technical decisions are made today. Barry Fox explores the S05/NS/10-08-96/i2042/FOX/Fp32_35: crucial choices that broadcasters will have to make" S05/NS/03-08-96/i2041/MRK/p22: 'Gold rings set discs spinning towards a record' S05/NS/06-07-96/i2037/JBR/p16: 'It's good to talk in quantum trits' S05/NS/08-06-96/i2033/WHO/p21: 'Puzzling out an uncrackable code' S05/EWW/00-04-96/iAPR/BEL/p268: 'Chaos keeps communications secure' S05/NS/23-12-95/i2009/MRK/p16: 'Quantum leap for code-cracking computers' S05/NS/23-09-95/i1996/MRK/p12: 'Secret signals hidden in chaos' S05/EWW/00-06-95/iJUN/RIW/p453: 'Telephone-line tv advances' S05/EWW/00-06-95/iJUN/CAM/p457: 'Fibre comms comes to the front door' S05/NS/01-04-95/i1971/EDT/p3: 'Faster than Einstein' S05/NS/01-04-95/i1971/JBR/Fp26_30: 'Faster than the seed of light' "Einstein came up with the ultimate speed limit - nothing S05/NS/01-04-95/i1971/JBR/Fp26_30: moves faster than light. But was he wrong? Julian Brown investigates" (no, this is not an S05/NS/01-04-95/i1971/JBR/Fp26_30: April fool article; The mag later apologised for bad timing) S05/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/WHO/p268: 'Switch for 500Gbit/sec data' S05/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/MKB/Fp311_318: 'ISDN the worldwide network' "Integrated services digital network - isdn - makes it possible S05/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/MKB/Fp311_318: for anyone with a telephone line to communicate digitised speech and data world-wide at up to S05/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/MKB/Fp311_318: 144Kbit/sec. Mike Button explains how." S05/EWW/00-03-95/iMAR/CAM/p187: 'Research could push fibre comms to 200Gbit/sec' S05/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/FOX/p91: 'Video games' (the video-on-demand fiasco) S05/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/RIW/p92: 'Aware proposes ADSL improvements' S05/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/LEW/Fp102_105: 'ADSL - an easy route to video on demand' "With BT announcing extensive video-on-demand trials S05/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/LEW/Fp102_105: in the middle of this year, interest in the technology needed to control television pictures S05/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/LEW/Fp102_105: is high. Geoff Lewis believes that the technology in question - adsl - could even become a S05/EWW/00-02-95/iFEB/LEW/Fp102_105: world-wide standard." S05/EWW/00-01-95/iJAN/WHO/p4: 'Video down the 'phone line' S05/EWW/00-01-95/iJAN/CAM/p10: 'Optical ether could become reality' S05/NS/06-08-94/i1937/VIN/Fp14_15: 'The art of digital war' " The US Army's newest recruit is an electronic communications system S05/NS/06-08-94/i1937/VIN/Fp14_15: that it hopes will give generals and frontline soldiers some clear view of battle" S05/NS/19-03-94/i1917/ELG/p21: 'Plastic shutter sends data flashing through' S05/NS/30-01-93/i1858/WBR/p21: 'A quantum leap in secret communications' S05/NS/23-01-93/i1857/DEU/p14: 'Quantum double-talk makes messages cheaper' S05/NS/16-01-93/i1856/AEK/Fp24_28: 'Quantum keys for keeping secrets' "Secret codes have only ever been as secure as the S05/NS/16-01-93/i1856/AEK/Fp24_28: ingenuity of the best code breaker allows. Could faint pulses of light make them S05/NS/16-01-93/i1856/AEK/Fp24_28: impossible to crack?" S05/NS/04-02-88/i1598/WHO/p45: 'Laser repeaters amplify fibre optics'
+S06/NS/08-08-98/i2146/GLS/Fp33_35: 'In the eye of the beholder' "Imagine you could shrink the cinema screen and wrap it round +S06/NS/08-08-98/i2146/GLS/Fp33_35: your eyes. That's exactly what Thomas Furness hopes to do with his virtual retinal display, +S06/NS/08-08-98/i2146/GLS/Fp33_35: says Giles Wright" +S06/NS/01-08-98/i2145/FOX/p16: 'Indelible evidence' "At last digital photographs can be made secure enough to stand up in +S06/NS/01-08-98/i2145/FOX/p16: court" (personally, I think this is a nutty idea - Ian) S06/NS/13-09-97/i2099/MMY/Fp38_41: 'Cybercrash' "Gruesome crashes on a virtual highway could make S06/NS/13-09-97/i2099/MMY/Fp38_41: driving safer on the real road. Mike May reports" S06/NS/16-08-97/i2095/JUS/p12: 'Hands off the world's hottest spot' (Chernobyl cleanup) S06/NS/26-04-97/i2079/MRK/p22: 'Feeling is believing in a virtual world' S06/NS/29-03-97/i2075/MKN/Fp36_39: 'We have the technology' "The ultimate science-fiction wedding may be on early the next S06/NS/29-03-97/i2075/MKN/Fp36_39: century when carbon life forms and silicon sensors get hitched." S06/NS/22-03-97/i2074/MMY/p23: 'X-ray vision for mere mortals' (augmented reality) S06/NS/31-08-96/i2045/WHO/p11: 'Prehistoric art leaps back to life' S06/NS/31-08-96/i2045/KRN/Fp22_23: 'Bend it, shake it...' "Now you can visit a world in minature, where you can pick up a tiny S06/NS/31-08-96/i2045/KRN/Fp22_23: molecule or virus and watch it distort in your grasp. Karen Schmidt reports" (VR microscope) S06/NS/27-04-96/i2027/LIZ/Fp40_44: 'Life at the Interface' (Sherry Turkle discusses the way the S06/NS/27-04-96/i2027/LIZ/Fp40_44: computer is perceived today and how it has changed society) S06/NS/20-04-96/i2026/JMC/Fp44_48: 'Faster than a speeding brain' "Suppose we could speed up our sluggish brains with a mental S06/NS/20-04-96/i2026/JMC/Fp44_48: workout in virtual reality. Would faster really mean smarter? John McCrone investigates" S06/NS/13-04-96/i2025/MES/Fp24_27: 'It's child's play' "If you want to know what the future will look like, ask a child. And S06/NS/13-04-96/i2025/MES/Fp24_27: that's just what many American companies are doing. Rosie Mestel reports" S06/PERF/00-04-96/i2/WHO/Fp12_17: 'Beyond Cyberspace' "Cinesite is one of the largest post-production and special effects houses S06/PERF/00-04-96/i2/WHO/Fp12_17: in Soho, with credits including special effects for 'Free Willy', 'In the Line of Fire', S06/PERF/00-04-96/i2/WHO/Fp12_17: 'Lawnmower Man' and the restoration of Disney's 'Snow White'. More recently, the company S06/PERF/00-04-96/i2/WHO/Fp12_17: created all the computer graphics for 'Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond cyberspace" S06/NS/30-03-96/i2023/DAV/Fp29_31: 'Silicon Toons' "A toy astronaut and a cowboy doll have been brought to life in a digitised S06/NS/30-03-96/i2023/DAV/Fp29_31: bedroom for the world's first feature-length computer animation. Clive Davidson looks at the S06/NS/30-03-96/i2023/DAV/Fp29_31: technology that made it possible." S06/NS/16-03-96/i2021/BRD/p25: 'On the track of a fast puck' S06/NS/09-03-96/i2020/THM/Fp38_42: 'Thought control' "Machines can already tune into brain waves to bypass damaged nerves, and S06/NS/09-03-96/i2020/THM/Fp38_42: the day is coming when they may even plug into the brain itself. Peter Thomas investigates" S06/NS/20-01-96/i2013/MRK/Fp12_13: 'Someone to watch over me' "In more than 250 places across Britain, television cameras pan the S06/NS/20-01-96/i2013/MRK/Fp12_13: streets on the lookout for signs of crime. But how effective is virtual policing?" S06/NS/20-01-96/i2013/PMK/p18: 'How to get a moving performance' S06/NS/10-06-95/i1981/DAV/Fp34_37: 'Simulated cities: the game grows up' "Take in the view from the remodelled city centre, or S06/NS/10-06-95/i1981/DAV/Fp34_37: walk down your street as it will be in 2005 - and all before the plans leave the drawing S06/NS/10-06-95/i1981/DAV/Fp34_37: board. Clive Davidson explains how" S06/EWW/00-06-95/iJUN/CAM/p460: 'Video stills lose their fuzz' (image manipulation) S06/NS/27-05-95/i1979/MRC/p48: 'The man who japed - or not' (on Philip K. Dick book review) S06/NS/20-05-95/i1978/FOX/p22: 'Cyberstudio puts Hollywood in the picture' S06/NS/01-04-95/i1971/WHO/p11: 'Playing safe with wraparound reality' S06/EWW/00-04-95/iAPR/CAM/p273: 'Splinter in the eye could be a chip' S06/NS/18-03-95/i1969/ART/p7: 'Safety fears over games helmets' S06/NS/18-03-95/i1969/ART/p9: 'Smart kids not fooled by fiction' S06/NS/18-03-95/i1969/ART/p20: 'Sorry, he's in a virtual meeting' S06/NS/18-02-95/i1965/ART/Fp23_25: 'Too real to be true' "What happens when you just can't tell whether the images you're S06/NS/18-02-95/i1965/ART/Fp23_25: watching on TV are fact or fiction? Charles Arthur reports that the latest in virtual reality S06/NS/18-02-95/i1965/ART/Fp23_25: is looking disturbingly good" S06/IRU/00-01-95/i30/SAG/Fp8_10: 'A Simulating Success' "Silicon Graphics' London Reality Centre is establishing international S06/IRU/00-01-95/i30/SAG/Fp8_10: partnerships, and providing a gathering place where visitors experience the potential of S06/IRU/00-01-95/i30/SAG/Fp8_10: visual simulation technology" S06/NS/17-12-94/i1956/BRD/p22: 'Plane designers fly by wire' S06/NS/03-12-94/i1954/VIN/p5: 'A slice of life on the Internet' S06/NS/12-11-94/i1952/WGR/p56: 'Join the marines and see the cyberworld' (Doom!) S06/IRU/00-10-94/i29/MTE/Fp8_11: 'Texture Mapping' "New dimensions in scientific and technical visualisation." (tech overview) S06/NS/03-09-94/i1941/JMC/Fp35_39: 'Trainers for your Brain' "Physiologists know that rhythmic S06/NS/03-09-94/i1941/JMC/Fp35_39: pulses of light can relax the brain. But manufacturers of New S06/NS/03-09-94/i1941/JMC/Fp35_39: Age stroboscopes claim they can go one better - and expand your mind." S06/NS/16-07-94/i1934/FOX/p22: 'Games giant shuns 'slow' CDs' S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/p7: 'Creating the near future at Walt Disney Imagineering' S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/Fp8_9: 'IRIS UK interview: David Hughes' "Recent months have seen a flurry of activity for the team S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/Fp8_9: at the new Reality Centre at Silicon Graphics' Theale Head Office. Apart from welcoming over S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/Fp8_9: 1500 visitors, 60 journalists and a host of TV crews during a series of Open Days in July, S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/Fp8_9: the Centre's facilities have already been put through their paces by a wide variety of S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/Fp8_9: Silicon Graphics' partners. In an interview with IRIS UK, David Hughes, manager of The S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/Fp8_9: Reality Centre, explains what's been going on." S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/p19: 'Barco's Strike! (TM) makes perfection possible' (image manipulation) S06/IRIS/00-07-94/i3/WHO/p19: 'Ballygowan gets the most out of MATADOR (TM)' (image manipulation) S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/DCR/Fp20_25: 'Beyond Imagining' "Creating the near future at Walt Disney Imagineering. The newest S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/DCR/Fp20_25: attraction at Walt Disney World's Epcot94 lets guests fly through Aladdin's ancient city S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/DCR/Fp20_25: while it propels the quality standard for virtual reality beyond the cutting edge." S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/CRL/Fp30_35: 'Digital Sleight of Hand' "Animation always seems like magic to me. I was S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/CRL/Fp30_35: enchanted by Luxo Jr. and Big Red, amazed by T-1000 in Terminator 2, and S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/CRL/Fp30_35: mesmerised by the dinasaurs in Jurassic Park. I was even motion sick when S06/IRU/00-07-94/i28/CRL/Fp30_35: I saw The Devl's Mine Ride at last year's Siggraph..." S06/NS/11-06-94/i1929/GOD/p6: 'Virtual therapy reaches new heights' S06/NS/12-02-94/i1912/FOX/p18: 'Throwaway camera for a quick getaway' S06/NS/22-01-94/i1909/HAD/p7: 'Japanese link video games to poor eyesight in children' S06/NS/15-01-94/i1908/FOX/p18: 'Who watches out for virtual screen's safety?' S06/NS/15-01-94/i1908/ANS/p19: 'Thimble gets in touch with reality' S06/NS/04-12-93/i1902/ART/p5: 'How kids cope with video games' S06/NS/27-11-93/i1901/VIN/p11: 'Will Pentagon put spy pictures up for sale?' S06/NS/20-11-93/i1900/ART/p8: 'Fantasy flights to fix the phones' (BT's VR system) S06/NS/06-11-93/i1898/FOX/p22: 'Computer screening for TV of the future' S06/NS/19-06-93/i1878/VIN/Fp13_14: 'Time for virtual nuclear tests?' "As the US prepares what could be its last underground S06/NS/19-06-93/i1878/VIN/Fp13_14: nuclear explosions, scientists and engineers at its nuclear weapons laboratories face an era S06/NS/19-06-93/i1878/VIN/Fp13_14: when they will be unable to do live tests on their handiwork" S06/NS/03-04-93/i1867/FOX/p22: 'Here is the (virtual) nine o'clock news...' S06/NS/13-03-93/i1864/DAV/p23: 'Digital wizadry goes to Hollywood' S06/NS/13-03-93/i1864/GAL/Fp24_25: 'Meeting in a virtual world' "To make a commercial impact, S06/NS/13-03-93/i1864/GAL/Fp24_25: virtual reality must be taken up by the business world. S06/NS/13-03-93/i1864/GAL/Fp24_25: The first applications able to satisfy those needs are now emerging" S06/NS/06-02-93/i1859/WHO/p18: 'Got a walking, talking, virtually living doll'
+S07/NS/18-07-98/i2143/MBR/Fp32_35: 'No toil, no trouble' "Forget bubbling test tubes, fuming flasks, and endless trial and error. +S07/NS/18-07-98/i2143/MBR/Fp32_35: Lasers can do your chemistry for you, says Michael Brooks" +S07/NS/13-06-98/i2138/WHO/p13: 'Brilliant result' "The light output of microscopic lasers has been increased a thousandfold" +S07/NS/04-04-98/i2128/WAT/Fp38_41: 'Inside Story' "In the depths of the Cold War, Soviet researchers took a fresh look at what +S07/NS/04-04-98/i2128/WAT/Fp38_41: happens inside a laser. Now, says Andrew Watson, their technique is probing some of the +S07/NS/04-04-98/i2128/WAT/Fp38_41: hottest problems around" +S07/NS/28-03-98/i2127/JEF/p17: 'Rock buster' "A monster 2-megawatt laser capable of punching through slabs of rock is being +S07/NS/28-03-98/i2127/JEF/p17: tested by the Chicago-based Gas Research Institute as a tool for speeding up the drilling of +S07/NS/28-03-98/i2127/JEF/p17: oil and gas wells." +S07/NS/21-02-98/i2122/WHO/p15: 'Greased lightening' (Striking pored silicon with UV rays or and electric charge results in +S07/NS/21-02-98/i2122/WHO/p15: visible light emission) +S07/NS/10-01-98/i2116/LND/Fp34_37: 'On wings of flight' "Tiny spacecraft are flying through the atmosphere on beams of laser +S07/NS/10-01-98/i2116/LND/Fp34_37: light. Leonard David reports on the start of a new gae of cleaner, cheaper space flight" +S07/NS/13-12-97/i2112/BRD/p14: 'Blue light for safety' (polymer that converts UV into visible light gives new possibilities) +S07/NS/01-11-97/i2106/PGN/p6: 'Set phasers to shock...' "Real life is catching up with Star Trek. Hans Eric Herr from San +S07/NS/01-11-97/i2106/PGN/p6: Diego, California, has been granted a patent for a "phaser" that uses laser light to stun or +S07/NS/01-11-97/i2106/PGN/p6: kill." S07/NS/27-09-97/i2101/LES/Fp24_28: 'Power Viewing' "Take the penetrating power of X-rays plus the intensity of a laser beam S07/NS/27-09-97/i2101/LES/Fp24_28: and you should have a window on the innermost workings of life. Lesley Welbourne reports" S07/NS/14-06-97/i2086/CHR/p6: 'Giant French laser sparks weapons protest' S07/NS/24-05-97/i2083/FOX/p22: 'T-rays spell sharper, safer images' (Terahertz rays) S07/NS/03-05-97/i2080/BOB/p45: 'Into the deep blue yonder' (blue laser diode book review) S07/NS/29-03-97/i2075/PHB/Fp28_31: 'Into the blue' "They've been waiting for it a long time. Now it's here and it will change S07/NS/29-03-97/i2075/PHB/Fp28_31: everything. Philip Ball reports on the blue laser revolution" S07/NS/18-01-97/i2065/CRY/Fp22_23: 'Chilling light' "Shining powerful lasers onto an object seems S07/NS/18-01-97/i2065/CRY/Fp22_23: like a strange way of trying to cool it down. But the latest S07/NS/18-01-97/i2065/CRY/Fp22_23: in high-tech refrigerators does just that, says Ben Crystall" S07/NS/09-11-96/i2055/STV/Fp38_40: 'The destroyer rides out' "It's the ultimate defense - an airborne laser that blasts S07/NS/09-11-96/i2055/STV/Fp38_40: missiles out of the skies from hundreds of kilometres away." S07/NS/08-06-96/i2033/JEF/p22: 'Petawatt laser puts on big squeeze' S07/NS/00-01-96/iJAN/WHO/p9: 'Plastic lasers break through performance boundaries' S07/EWW/00-06-95/iJUN/WHO/p454: 'Blue lasers get the green light' S07/NS/20-05-95/i1978/ROL/p21: 'Smallest microscope in the world' S07/NS/08-04-95/i1972/JEF/p21: 'Plugging energy gaps in super lasers' S07/EWW/00-03-95/iMAR/CAM/p186: 'Laser demonstrates singular success' S07/NS/07-01-95/i1959/COG/p18: 'Minute magnets made from tiny tubes' S07/NS/05-11-94/i1950/BRD/p21: 'Smarter microscopes move in for a closer look' S07/NS/02-04-94/i1919/HAD/p17: 'Blue laser hits a harmonious note' S07/NS/12-02-94/i1912/WHO/p19: 'Magnetism under the microscope' S07/NS/15-01-94/i1908/COG/p20: 'Rapid-fire laser suits medical cases' S07/NS/27-11-93/i1901/MIL/p16: 'Closing the circle for optical switches' S07/NS/20-11-93/i1900/DBH/Fp28_33: 'Stronger than atoms' "Create a plasma with one of the latest, cheap superintense lasers and S07/NS/20-11-93/i1900/DBH/Fp28_33: you could be on the way to a particle accelerator that fits in a laboratory" S07/NS/22-05-93/i1874/SUS/Fp39_42: 'Anyone for cheap diamond film?' "Should a revolutionary way of coating S07/NS/22-05-93/i1874/SUS/Fp39_42: materials with diamond be cold-shouldered until it establishes its scientific S07/NS/22-05-93/i1874/SUS/Fp39_42: credentials? Industrialists are beginning to think not"
+S08/NS/25-07-98/i2144/MRK/Fp54_55: "Walter's World" "It's amazing what you can do with a soldering iron, a few wires and a +S08/NS/25-07-98/i2144/MRK/Fp54_55: dynamite theory about neurons. Mark Ward explores Alife in the making" +S08/NS/18-07-98/i2143/KRT/Fp40_44: 'Brainless wonders' "You don't need microprocessors or clever programming to make robots that +S08/NS/18-07-98/i2143/KRT/Fp40_44: behave like living creatures. Kurt Kleiner investigates" +S08/NS/18-07-98/i2143/MRK/p11: 'The dancing droid' "Robots take the first step towards learning by imitation" +S08/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRK/p7: "It's life, but not as we know it" "Artificial life may be about to make its next big advance. +S08/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRK/p7: Researchers believe that the digital equivalent of multicellular life will soon evolve in a +S08/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRK/p7: virtual world spread around the Internet." +S08/NS/09-05-98/i2133/DAV/Fp39_43: 'Agents from Albia' "In their virtual world, norns live as cute, clever pets that reason and +S08/NS/09-05-98/i2133/DAV/Fp39_43: learn. In the real world, the military has enlisted the technology behind norns to create top +S08/NS/09-05-98/i2133/DAV/Fp39_43: fighter pilots. Clive Davidson reports" +S08/NS/28-03-98/i2127/WEB/Fp34_35: 'Pride' "It sets us apart from the animals - but what about machines, wonders Jeremy Webb" +S08/NS/21-02-98/i2122/JEF/p14: 'Robosurgeon' "Aesop never tires or shakes and always obeys orders" +S08/NS/14-02-98/i2121/LMA/p13: 'Bird lives' "Charlie Parker could soon be playing in your living room" +S08/NS/24-01-98/i2118/MRK/Fp32_35: 'There's An Ant In My Phone' "Would you let ants run the digital superhighways of the future? +S08/NS/24-01-98/i2118/MRK/Fp32_35: Even if they were smart little programs and getting smarter all the time? Mark Ward wonders." +S08/NS/20-12-97/i2113/MRG/Fp28_29: 'All God's children got...' "It's been keeping you up nights discussing the nature of being +S08/NS/20-12-97/i2113/MRG/Fp28_29: and reading drippy sonnets. Could your computer have developed soul, asks Margaret Wertheim" +S08/NS/13-12-97/i2112/JMC/Fp26_30: 'Wild Minds' "The idea of the brain as a computer has thoroughly seduced us. But, says John +S08/NS/13-12-97/i2112/JMC/Fp26_30: McCrone, the old grey matter may be just too sloppy for such a neat metaphor" +S08/NS/06-12-97/i2111/DAV/Fp26_30: 'Trust me, I'm an expert' "Would you allow a machine to play the stock market with your +S08/NS/06-12-97/i2111/DAV/Fp26_30: savings? Well, the people in the know are doing just that, says Clive Davidson" +S08/NS/15-11-97/i2108/DBR/Fp40_43: 'Distilled Wisdom' "Forget all those dreadful hours trying to work out which carbon double +S08/NS/15-11-97/i2108/DBR/Fp40_43: bond does what. David Bradley discovers the supersmart software that is freeing chemists to +S08/NS/15-11-97/i2108/DBR/Fp40_43: be more creative than ever before" +S08/NS/15-11-97/i2108/DAV/Fp30_34: 'Creatures From Primordial Silicon' "Let Darwinism loose in an electronics lab and just watch +S08/NS/15-11-97/i2108/DAV/Fp30_34: what it creates. A lean, mean machine that nobody understands. Clive Davidson reports" S08/NS/04-10-97/i2102/GLS/Fp32_36: 'Decline and fall' "By tweaking their computer models, scientists are revealing the forces S08/NS/04-10-97/i2102/GLS/Fp32_36: that brought about the growth and collapse of long gone civilisations. Giles Wright watches S08/NS/04-10-97/i2102/GLS/Fp32_36: as history repeats itself" S08/NS/04-10-97/i2102/PHL/p13: 'Into the blue yonder' (IBM announces that Deep Blue will no longer deal with chess) S08/NS/16-08-97/i2095/JKN/p8: 'Time fractals in the mind' S08/NS/07-06-97/i2085/DON/Fp26_29: 'Slaughter on Seventh Avenue' "The world's number one is still licking his wounds after IBM's S08/NS/07-06-97/i2085/DON/Fp26_29: chess computer beat him last month. But is Kasparov right to feel so hurt by the defeat? S08/NS/07-06-97/i2085/DON/Fp26_29: Doanld Mitchie thinks not" S08/NS/17-05-97/i2082/WHO/p13: 'Calculating machine psychs out grandmaster' S08/NS/17-05-97/i2082/WHO/p3: 'Smart, but not smart enough' (editorial on IBM's Deep Blue) S08/NS/15-06-96/i2034/JFL/Fp32_35: 'A life in silicon' "Will an artificial universe let us watch evolution as it happens, asks S08/NS/15-06-96/i2034/JFL/Fp32_35: Joe Flower? Or will it mutate into the monster that ate the Internet?" S08/EWW/00-05-96/iMAY/CAM/p364: 'Agents of progress - or doom?' S08/NS/13-04-96/i2025/PGN/p16: '"Life" crawls out of the digital soup' S08/NS/20-01-96/i2013/HOL/Fp22_26: 'The Creativity Machine' "It writes music, invents soft drinks and dreams up hard materials. S08/NS/20-01-96/i2013/HOL/Fp22_26: The man who built it thinks it points the way to immortality, says Bob Holmes" S08/NS/16-09-95/i1995/ROS/Fp38_42: 'Oh look he's brought me a present' "In the shadow world of cyberspace, programmers are S08/NS/16-09-95/i1995/ROS/Fp38_42: learning how to create cute doggies and stroppy infants. But as Robert Rossney reports, S08/NS/16-09-95/i1995/ROS/Fp38_42: the real lessons may lie elsewhere" S08/NS/16-09-95/i1995/MRK/p9: 'It's curtains for puny human brain' S08/NS/26-08-95/i1992/MRK/p18: 'Uniform look for Internet agents' S08/NS/20-05-95/i1978/BLF/Fp45: 'Once more with feeling' "Research into schizophrenia could S08/NS/20-05-95/i1978/BLF/Fp45: flesh out artificial intelligence..." S08/NS/28-01-95/i1962/VOS/Fp36_39: 'Are you waving at me?' "How long before your computer knows S08/NS/28-01-95/i1962/VOS/Fp36_39: what you mean when you waggle your digits in the air?" S08/NS/03-12-94/i1954/VIN/Fp25_27: 'Growing Money From Algorithms' "Why are genetic algorithms S08/NS/03-12-94/i1954/VIN/Fp25_27: so attractive to financial wizards? ..." S08/NS/02-04-94/i1919/DAV/Fp30_33: 'Common sense & the computer' "There is no easy way to teach a S08/NS/02-04-94/i1919/DAV/Fp30_33: computer all the things that humans take for granted... like S08/NS/02-04-94/i1919/DAV/Fp30_33: the fact that it cannot be in two places at once" S08/NS/08-01-94/i1907/NHY/Fp23_25: 'The private world of consciousness' "Computers make it easy S08/NS/08-01-94/i1907/NHY/Fp23_25: to view the mind as a thinking machine. But the key to S08/NS/08-01-94/i1907/NHY/Fp23_25: conciousness lies with feeling, not thinking" S08/NS/27-03-93/i1866/DAV/Fp22_26: 'I process therefore I am' "Artificial intelligence researchers are still divided over the S08/NS/27-03-93/i1866/DAV/Fp22_26: best way to build machines that think. But two of the field's leading players at least agree S08/NS/27-03-93/i1866/DAV/Fp22_26: that machines could soon be concious of their thoughts and actions" S08/NS/30-01-93/i1858/DSH/Fp26_30: 'Breaking Chomsky's rules' "Computers with a talent for grammar and syntax are challenging the S08/NS/30-01-93/i1858/DSH/Fp26_30: theory at the heart of modern linguistics. If they can learn by trial and error, why should S08/NS/30-01-93/i1858/DSH/Fp26_30: humans rely on rules?"
+S09/NS/25-07-98/i2144/MATT/p64: 'Pest control' "Spamming on the Internet is ripe for biological control, says Matthew Stevens" +S09/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRK/p7: 'Wired for mayhem' "Economic booms and busts will become more frequent and more severe if +S09/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRK/p7: programs called software agents control electronic commerce. Agents tend to exaggerate the +S09/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRK/p7: worst market swings and create disastrous price wars, say two research groups in the US" +S09/NS/06-06-98/i2137/MRK/p60: 'Virtual vigilantes' "We'll all suffer if hackers take the +S09/NS/06-06-98/i2137/MRK/p60: law into their hands, says Mark Ward" +S09/NS/30-05-98/i2136/GLY/Fp34_37: 'A new dawn' "If the web is to meet all our needs next century, it'll take nothing short of a +S09/NS/30-05-98/i2136/GLY/Fp34_37: revolution. So a smart way to translate anything from MnO2 to the Moonlight Sonata into a +S09/NS/30-05-98/i2136/GLY/Fp34_37: universal language is a fine start, argues Glyn Moody" +S09/NS/30-05-98/i2136/MRK/p11: "Don't hack back" "Networks can now retaliate against intruders - but should they" +S09/NS/23-05-98/i2135/JKN/p12: 'Free for all' "Angry academics strike a blow for affordable science" +S09/NS/25-04-98/i2131/MRK/p5: 'Windows wide open' "Stand by for a new, insidious breed of computer virus" +S09/NS/04-04-98/i2128/KRT/p12: 'Making sense of absolute nonsense' "A new technique for sending secret messages over the Net +S09/NS/04-04-98/i2128/KRT/p12: could undermine the US government's attempts to limit the spread of communication methods +S09/NS/04-04-98/i2128/KRT/p12: that can't be deciphered by its security forces" +S09/NS/28-03-98/i2127/FOX/Fp18_19: 'I never sent that...' "FOCUS: E-mail forgery is a growing menace to both business and +S09/NS/28-03-98/i2127/FOX/Fp18_19: individuals. Yet it can be stopped, so why is nothing being done?" +S09/NS/14-03-98/i2125/MRK/p11: "Who's watching you?" "Software thieves beware, your computer could turn you in" +S09/NS/07-03-98/i2124/MRK/Fp20_21: 'Name games' "FOCUS: A shortage of addresses is crippling the Internet. If a solution is not +S09/NS/07-03-98/i2124/MRK/Fp20_21: found soon, there could be chaos" +S09/NS/21-02-98/i2122/CHS/Fp40_43: 'A snail's pace' "What has downloading intricate graphics from the Web got to do with entropy? +S09/NS/21-02-98/i2122/CHS/Fp40_43: Whatever you do, don't go surfing for the answer, warns Charles Seife" +S09/NS/31-01-98/i2119/KRT/p15: 'Surf DJs fear wipeout' "Will copyright reforms put Internet music sites out of business?" +S09/NS/03-01-98/i2115/JEF/p12: 'Add Oxygen' (Plans to build a new world communications network get a boost) +S09/NS/13-12-97/i2112/BAR/Fp48_49: 'Collective Net' "Book Review: 'Collective Intelligence: Mankind's Emerging World in +S09/NS/13-12-97/i2112/BAR/Fp48_49: Cyberspace', by Pierre Levy" +S09/NS/06-12-97/i2111/KRT/p16: 'Publish on the Net and be damned' "A law designed to crack down on software pirates in the US +S09/NS/06-12-97/i2111/KRT/p16: could backfire, making it harder for scientists to make their papers available to colleagues +S09/NS/06-12-97/i2111/KRT/p16: over the Internet" +S09/NS/29-11-97/i2110/MRK/p57: 'Surfing for the suckers' "Snake-oil merchants aren't the only slippery characters working the +S09/NS/29-11-97/i2110/MRK/p57: Web, warns Mark Ward" +S09/NS/29-11-97/i2110/WHO/p25: 'Spam doesn't pay' (San Diego student forced to pay damages for junk email scam) +S09/NS/15-11-97/i2108/KRT/p18: 'Hacking through the data jungle' (improved Internet searching by using search results from +S09/NS/15-11-97/i2108/KRT/p18: previous searchers) +S09/NS/01-11-97/i2106/WGR/p62: 'Collected works' "Wendy Grossman on spies, smog and bots on the Net" (book reviews) S09/NS/25-10-97/i2105/MRK/p19: 'Not dead, just surfing' "Your Web site can live on after you've gone" S09/NS/04-10-97/i2102/CLT/Fp18_19: 'Surfer, heal thyself' "FOCUS: The Internet is chock-full of medical help. Will it make us S09/NS/04-10-97/i2102/CLT/Fp18_19: healthier or just expose us to risky advice?" S09/NS/20-09-97/i2100/HLN/p57: 'Going nuts in cyberspace' "Helen Gavaghan takes a sane look at a new psychological disorder" S09/NS/20-09-97/i2100/BRK/Fp20_21: 'Roam alone' "Is there a way for children to browse the Internet without being exposed to S09/NS/20-09-97/i2100/BRK/Fp20_21: pornography, bad language and other unsuitable material? The hunt is on for a technical fix" S09/NS/05-07-97/i2089/FOX/p12: 'Murdoch keeps key to digital gateway' ('set-top' box wars) S09/NS/05-07-97/i2089/KRT/p5: 'Cyberporn law struck down' "Decency act ruled unconstitutional" S09/NS/28-06-97/i2088/MRK/p19: 'Net surfers set a cracking pace' (combined internet effort S09/NS/28-06-97/i2088/MRK/p19: takes just 4 months to brake 56-bit DES encryption key) S09/NS/28-06-97/i2088/BRK/Fp12_13: 'Lost in cyberspace' "Large areas of the World Wide Web are ignored by the search engines S09/NS/28-06-97/i2088/BRK/Fp12_13: that most surfers rely on. Should they be doing better?" S09/NS/24-05-97/i2083/KRT/Fp35_37: 'The Internet Strikes Back' "When one computer in cyberspace sneezes, software round the S09/NS/24-05-97/i2083/KRT/Fp35_37: world can catch a cold. So is it time to provide computer networks with immune systems that S09/NS/24-05-97/i2083/KRT/Fp35_37: kill viruses? Kurt Kleiner reports" S09/NS/10-05-97/i2081/KRT/p10: 'No end in sight for Net name game' (domain name issues) S09/NS/03-05-97/i2080/EDT/p3: 'Naked truths about the Net' S09/NS/03-05-97/i2080/MRK/p4: 'Data police warn corporate Web miners' S09/NS/03-05-97/i2080/DCH/p6: 'Net lobby praises German bill' S09/NS/26-04-97/i2079/ALI/Fp26_27: 'Click on the candidate' "In the age of the Net there has to be a better way to run a ballot S09/NS/26-04-97/i2079/ALI/Fp26_27: than putting a cross on a slip of paper, says Alison Motluk." S09/NS/19-04-97/i2078/KRT/p12: 'How will the Net's cookies crumble?' S09/NS/29-03-97/i2075/KRT/Fp50: 'But who guards the guards?' "Kurt Kleiner says the makers of S09/NS/29-03-97/i2075/KRT/Fp50: the Net censors should come clean" S09/NS/22-02-97/i2070/MRK/p4: 'Web bank robbers posied to pounce' S09/NS/01-02-97/i2067/BRK/p5: 'The Net benefits of learning from home' S09/NS/25-01-97/i2066/KRT/Fp28_31: 'Surfing prohibited' "Hopping from one site to another is what makes the Web so powerful, but S09/NS/25-01-97/i2066/KRT/Fp28_31: now a ragbag of commercial companies and politicians want to curtail that freedom." S09/NS/18-01-97/i2065/MRK/p4: 'Web sites are a hacker's heaven' S09/NS/04-01-97/i2063/KRT/p7: 'Anti-porn firm silences Net critic' S09/NS/21-09-96/i2048/BRK/p8: 'Return to sender, address unknown' (email hacking) S09/NS/14-09-96/i2047/MRK/Fp12_13: 'Sabotage in cyberspace' "The threat to national security from computer 'terrorists' is vastly S09/NS/14-09-96/i2047/MRK/Fp12_13: overblown. Most hackers are after nothing more than an intillectual thrill." S09/NS/07-09-96/i2046/KRT/p7: 'Court clamps down on anonymous emails' S09/NS/17-08-96/i2043/GLY/Fp24_27: 'Long live the Net' "Is the Net grinding to a halt, or have reports of its imminent death been S09/NS/17-08-96/i2043/GLY/Fp24_27: been greatly exagerated? Glyn Moody takes on the doomsayers" S09/EWW/00-05-96/iMAY/DMN/p355: 'What a tangled web we weave...' S09/EWW/00-05-96/iMAY/WHO/p356: 'EC recommends 'bit-tax' on Internet data' S09/NS/20-04-96/i2026/BNB/Fp14_15: 'Not in front of the children' "The V-chip is intended to banish TV sex and violence from S09/NS/20-04-96/i2026/BNB/Fp14_15: American homes, and there is growing support for it to be adopted in Europe. But critics S09/NS/20-04-96/i2026/BNB/Fp14_15: claim it cannot work" S09/NS/23-03-96/i2022/MRK/p20: 'Bit tax threatens European net users' S09/NS/16-03-96/i2021/JFL/Fp44_47: 'Off with its head' "Because the Internet symbolises freedom of information, governments are S09/NS/16-03-96/i2021/JFL/Fp44_47: falling over themselves to rein it in. But Joe Flower argues that they risk destroying the S09/NS/16-03-96/i2021/JFL/Fp44_47: very thing they are trying to control" S09/NS/02-03-96/i2019/FOX/Fp38_40: 'Nattering on the net' "Can the Internet deliver a new era in which international phone calls S09/NS/02-03-96/i2019/FOX/Fp38_40: cost no more than a few pennies, or will the increased traffic load bring the information S09/NS/02-03-96/i2019/FOX/Fp38_40: superhighway to a grinding halt? Barry Fox finds out." S09/NS/20-01-96/i2013/DON/Fp48_40: 'Scan, annotate and pass on...' "Donald Michie thinks we S09/NS/20-01-96/i2013/DON/Fp48_40: should be alert to the allure of the Net." S09/NS/16-09-95/i1995/FOX/p6: 'Winners and losers in the information age' S09/NS/15-07-95/i1986/ALW/Fp34_37: 'Agents of the Net' "Soon everyone willwant to shop online, cruise the Internet, or read email S09/NS/15-07-95/i1986/ALW/Fp34_37: wherever they are. But without some very clever software, warns Andy Lawrence, the complexity S09/NS/15-07-95/i1986/ALW/Fp34_37: of these networks could overwhelm the humans who created them" S09/NS/01-07-95/i1984/JFL/Fp22_26: 'Idiot's guide to the Net' "From Boston's cyberbars to Siena's schoolrooms, Joe Flower brings S09/NS/01-07-95/i1984/JFL/Fp22_26: you some of the frequently asked questions about the network that connects us all" S09/NS/03-06-95/i1980/KRT/p18: 'Big brother peeps through Windows' (Microsoft) S09/NS/27-05-95/i1979/KYD/Fp38_42: 'Liberte, Egalite, Internete' "A force for democracy, a playpen for Generation X, or a S09/NS/27-05-95/i1979/KYD/Fp38_42: community straight out of The Prisoner? Visions of the e-village are up for grabs, says Keay S09/NS/27-05-95/i1979/KYD/Fp38_42: Davidson, as sociologists surf the Net" S09/NS/20-05-95/i1978/JMC/Fp36_39: 'Watching you, watching me' "Put together cheap video and the Net, and what do you get? John S09/NS/20-05-95/i1978/JMC/Fp36_39: McCrone foresees a society where everybody knows everyone else's business - and nobody minds" S09/NS/13-05-95/i1977/ART/Fp29_31: 'And the Net total is...' "Is it 16 million users and 26% more every year. Or 40 million and S09/NS/13-05-95/i1977/ART/Fp29_31: doubling annually? As Charles Arthur discovers, both claims could be true" S09/NS/22-04-95/i1974/CLR/p22: 'World Wide Web gains a new dimension' (VRML) S09/NS/22-04-95/i1974/ART/p6: 'Net hijacks international phone calls' S09/NS/25-03-95/i1970/BOB/Fp38_41: 'Culture Clash in Cyberspace' "Singapore wants to become one of the stars of the 21st century. S09/NS/25-03-95/i1970/BOB/Fp38_41: But, as Bob Johnstone reports, the country will have to reconcile authoritarian tendencies S09/NS/25-03-95/i1970/BOB/Fp38_41: with the freedoms of an information economy" S09/NS/25-03-95/i1970/ART/p22: 'Spamming could be more than your job's worth' S09/NS/11-03-95/i1968/ART/Fp14_15: 'Identity crisis on the Internet' "Well-connected Internet users who S09/NS/11-03-95/i1968/ART/Fp14_15: distribute secret or sensitive information without revealing their S09/NS/11-03-95/i1968/ART/Fp14_15: names are playing havoc with national laws. Charles Arthur reports" S09/NS/18-02-95/i1965/ALW/Fp32_37: 'Publish and be robbed?' "Distributing your work on the Internet may seem like the best way S09/NS/18-02-95/i1965/ALW/Fp32_37: to reach a wide audience. But can musicians, photographers and publishers repel the digital S09/NS/18-02-95/i1965/ALW/Fp32_37: pirates, asks Andy Lawrence" S09/NS/04-02-95/i1963/KRT/p4: 'Hack attack leaves Internet wide open' S09/NS/17-12-94/i1956/ART/p23: 'What a tangled Web we weave' S09/NS/12-11-94/i1952/ART/Fp16_17: 'A spammer in the works' "Millions of people who chat to each other on the Internet fear they S09/NS/12-11-94/i1952/ART/Fp16_17: are about to be deluged by spam - the electronic version of junk mail." S09/NS/23-04-94/i1922/KRT/Fp14_15: 'Stop! Software speed trap ahead' "Will patents on software bring progress on America's S09/NS/23-04-94/i1922/KRT/Fp14_15: information superhighway to a standstill?" S09/NS/09-04-94/i1920/ELL/Fp19_20: 'Software's special agents' "Tired of sifting through electronic mail, searching databases & S09/NS/09-04-94/i1920/ELL/Fp19_20: scanning networks for interesting news? An intelligent agent could be what you need." S09/NS/02-04-94/i1919/VIN/p8: 'Internet wide open to hacker attack' S09/NS/06-11-93/i1898/Fp24_27: 'Knowledge sans frontieres' "A new high-speed network offers unprecedented opportunities for S09/NS/06-11-93/i1898/Fp24_27: researchers to work together. But will political and technical hitches stop SuperJanet from S09/NS/06-11-93/i1898/Fp24_27: getting off the ground?" (UK-related) S09/NS/08-05-93/i1872/HLD/Fp36_40: 'Down and out in the global village' "To make the most of the information age, you need to S09/NS/08-05-93/i1872/HLD/Fp36_40: be male, speak English and live in an industrialised country. How can the rest of the world S09/NS/08-05-93/i1872/HLD/Fp36_40: claim its share of the electronic riches?"
+S10/NS/08-08-98/i2146/MRC/p18: 'Prime mover' "Re-creating the unified force could be possible after all" +S10/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRC/Fp40_43: 'Stars in their eyes' "You don't need a giant telescope and megabucks to take on the big guns +S10/NS/04-07-98/i2141/MRC/Fp40_43: of astronomy at their own game, says Marcus Chown" +S10/NS/06-06-98/i2137/MRC/Fp26_30: 'Anything goes' "Why are the laws and constants that govern the Universe so finely tuned for +S10/NS/06-06-98/i2137/MRC/Fp26_30: life to flourish? One physicist thinks he knows the answer and, as Marcus Chown discovers, +S10/NS/06-06-98/i2137/MRC/Fp26_30: the answer is mind-boggling" +S10/NS/30-05-98/i2136/KEN/Fp42_46: 'Uneasy truce' "There's nothing astronomers like better thana good old fight so why are they +S10/NS/30-05-98/i2136/KEN/Fp42_46: about to abandon one of their best bat4tles? Ken Croswell tells all" +S10/NS/16-05-98/i2134/WHO/p25: 'Biggest Bang' "The largest explosion ever observed has blown away theories about the source +S10/NS/16-05-98/i2134/WHO/p25: of mysterious flashes of radiation known as gamma-ray bursts, atsronomers told a press +S10/NS/16-05-98/i2134/WHO/p25: conference this week." +S10/NS/16-05-98/i2134/HZL/p18: 'Edge of Darkness' "Confusion reigns over matter on the fringes of the Milky Way" +S10/NS/02-05-98/i2132/CHS/p20: 'No snooping!' "Privacy laws and modern technology don't mix" +S10/NS/18-04-98/i2130/RBI/Fp30_34: 'Supernova' "It may have been born of the Cold War, but it's become the hottest place on Earth +S10/NS/18-04-98/i2130/RBI/Fp30_34: for exploring the insides of stars and gas giants. Robert Irion visits the world's biggest +S10/NS/18-04-98/i2130/RBI/Fp30_34: laser" +S10/NS/11-04-98/i2129/RMT/Fp27_30: 'To infinity and beyond' "The good news is that the Universe will not end in a cataclysmic +S10/NS/11-04-98/i2129/RMT/Fp27_30: crunch, says Robert Matthews. The bad news is that an even worse fate lies in store" +S10/NS/11-04-98/i2129/MRC/p6: 'Getting Heavy' "To find out what gave matter its mass, look to the heavens" +S10/NS/28-03-98/i2127/PRS/p14: 'About time' "Have we finally discovered how to gatecrash the future?" +S10/NS/28-03-98/i2127/MRC/p12: 'Constant Chaos' "Was the speed of light different in the early Universe?" +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/GOV/Fp32_34: 'Catching the wind' "A solar telescope concentrates the Sun's fierce heat like a giant +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/GOV/Fp32_34: magnifying glass, blurring its images. The answer, as Govert Schilling reports, is blowing in +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/GOV/Fp32_34: the wind" +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/PDV/Fp27_30: 'Paradox Lost' "Nature abhors a paradox, which is just as well. Otherwise you might be zapped +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/PDV/Fp27_30: by a naked singularity or go back in time and kill your own grandmother. Paul Davies opens a +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/PDV/Fp27_30: can of worms" +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/WHO/p23: 'Cold fusion farewell' (University of Utah allows its cold fusion patents to lapse) +S10/NS/21-03-98/i2126/MRC/p21: 'Dark secrets' "Could superheavy particles make up the Universe's missing matter?" +S10/NS/14-03-98/i2125/STA/p?: 'Gravity Waves' "Colliding black holes and exploding stars should cause ripples in space and +S10/NS/14-03-98/i2125/STA/p?: time called gravity waves. Gigantic experiments are now being built to detect them, and if +S10/NS/14-03-98/i2125/STA/p?: they succeed they could start a revolution in astronomy" +S10/NS/07-03-98/i2124/MRC/Fp38_41: 'All the world's a time machine' "Imagine that there are loops in space-time, and that the +S10/NS/07-03-98/i2124/MRC/Fp38_41: future can influence the past. Marcus Chown meets a physicist who is convinced that this is +S10/NS/07-03-98/i2124/MRC/Fp38_41: exactly how the Universe works" +S10/NS/07-03-98/i2124/MRC/p11: 'The force of darkness' "Unexpected results pop out when you relax relativity theory" +S10/NS/21-02-98/i2122/MRC/p18: 'A far cry' "Echoes are arriving from beyond the visible Universe" +S10/NS/07-02-98/i2120/MRC/Fp26_30: 'Let there be Light' "After the big bang came the age of darkness. Then, sometime in the next +S10/NS/07-02-98/i2120/MRC/Fp26_30: billion years, the stars began to shine. Marcus Chown investigates how it happened" +S10/NS/10-01-98/i2116/RMT/p18: 'Prime suspects' "Could the glow of atoms spell defeat for data security?" +S10/NS/03-01-98/i2115/MRC/p17: 'The force is with them' "Are the most energetic cosmic rays neutrinos in disguise?" +S10/NS/20-12-97/i2113/MRC/Fp50_51: 'Dying to know' "Would you lay your life on the line for a theory? Marcus Chown meets a man +S10/NS/20-12-97/i2113/MRC/Fp50_51: who's thinking about it" +S10/NS/13-12-97/i2112/RMT/Fp18_19: 'Tipping the scales of justice' "FOCUS: If juries are not allowed to use mathematical theories +S10/NS/13-12-97/i2112/RMT/Fp18_19: to initerpret evidence and instead have to fall back on their common sense, the wrong people +S10/NS/13-12-97/i2112/RMT/Fp18_19: may well end up behind bars" +S10/NS/06-12-97/i2111/JUS/Fp32_35: 'The Vanishing Point' "When soldiers disappear before your very eyes and battleships hide at +S10/NS/06-12-97/i2111/JUS/Fp32_35: twenty paces, the camouflager's art has reached its peak. Justin Mullins dons his cloak of +S10/NS/06-12-97/i2111/JUS/Fp32_35: invisibility" +S10/NS/06-12-97/i2111/MRC/p6: 'Shaking all over' "Even a puny little galaxy can generate enough energy to fuel a quasar" +S10/NS/15-11-97/i2108/MRC/p22: 'Heavenly halo' "Our galaxy is shrouded in gamma rays - but no one knows what it means yet" +S10/NS/08-11-97/i2107/MRC/p21: 'The driving force' "Magnetic fields between galaxies may exist because of neutrinos" +S10/NS/08-11-97/i2107/CHS/p5: 'Magic roundabout' "Spinning space and time confirm general relativity" +S10/NS/01-11-97/i2106/MRC/p18: 'A highly irregular matter' "Images of a distant cloud hint that the big bang was more `lumpy` +S10/NS/01-11-97/i2106/MRC/p18: than anyone thought" S10/NS/25-10-97/i2105/NEL/Fp20_21: 'In sickness and in health' "FOCUS: Gene therapy could revolutionise medicine, but will we be S10/NS/25-10-97/i2105/NEL/Fp20_21: tempted to use it on healthy people to tamper with personality, memory and other traits?" S10/NS/11-10-97/i2103/JTM/p6: 'Flashing lights betray intruders' "The humble identification badge has been transformed into S10/NS/11-10-97/i2103/JTM/p6: a security device that instantly reveals trespassers." S10/NS/06-09-97/i2098/MRK/p21: 'The secret is out' "The US ban on exporting strong encryption has been defeated by a S10/NS/06-09-97/i2098/MRK/p21: 25-year-old Norwegian computer student - without breaking any American laws." S10/NS/02-08-97/i2093/DCH/Fp18_19: 'Every move you make...' "The public is about to gain access to fantastically detailed S10/NS/02-08-97/i2093/DCH/Fp18_19: satellite images. But some governments are uneasy about the new technology, and parts of the S10/NS/02-08-97/i2093/DCH/Fp18_19: world will remain blacked out" S10/NS/21-06-97/i2087/RMT/Fp40_43: 'Wacky Water' "What makes water so damned wierd? It all boils down to molecular clusters and S10/NS/21-06-97/i2087/RMT/Fp40_43: mysterious bonds, as Robert Matthews explains" S10/NS/12-04-97/i2077/JUS/p20: 'You can run, but you can't hide..." (smart bullets) S10/NS/12-04-97/i2077/EDT/p3: 'Watching me, watching you' (cheap surveillance cameras) S10/NS/12-04-97/i2077/DEB/p4: 'Privacy police caution Big Brother' S10/NS/29-03-97/i2075/IAN/Fp40_43: 'Crashing the barriers' "Does it really matter if there are some S10/NS/29-03-97/i2075/IAN/Fp40_43: things that science will never solve? Ian Stewart thinks not" S10/NS/18-01-97/i2065/MKK/Fp32_36: 'Into the eleventh dimension' "The quest for a theory linking all matter & all forces led S10/NS/18-01-97/i2065/MKK/Fp32_36: physicists deep into hyperspace, where they got horribly lost. But suddenly the way ahead S10/NS/18-01-97/i2065/MKK/Fp32_36: has become clear, says superstring theorist Michio Kaku" S10/NS/21-09-96/i2048/RMT/p7: 'Antigravity machine weighed down by controversy' S10/NS/18-05-96/i2030/JBR/Fp26_30: 'Where two worlds meet...' "Butterflies can cause hurricanes, according to the classical S10/NS/18-05-96/i2030/JBR/Fp26_30: theory of chaos. But what happens when chaos encounters the quantum world, ..." S10/EWW/00-03-96/iMAR/FOG/p179: 'A computerised confidence trick' (the dubious PC) S10/NS/20-01-96/i2013/JFL/Fp33_36: 'Downtown technopia' "Walt Disney left one dream unfulfilled - building a real town for real S10/NS/20-01-96/i2013/JFL/Fp33_36: where past and future would merge inbalmy evenings on the front porch. Joe Flower goes in S10/NS/20-01-96/i2013/JFL/Fp33_36: search of a happy ending" S10/NS/05-08-95/i1989/WHO/Fp30_35: 'All wired up and raring to go' (interview with Peter Cochrane on future technology trends) S10/EWW/00-07-95/iJLY/EMM/Fp562_565: 'Technology Lag' "Not all of today's electronic wizadry is as new as we think - an anomalous S10/EWW/00-07-95/iJLY/EMM/Fp562_565: factor called technology lag often comes into play. Andrew Emmerson has been combing the S10/EWW/00-07-95/iJLY/EMM/Fp562_565: archives with some prophetic results." S10/NS/27-08-94/i1940/JBR/p14: 'Martial arts students influence the past' S10/NS/07-05-94/i1924/GRB/p18: 'Uncertainty rules in the quantum world' S10/NS/29-05-93/i1875/JER/Fp12_13: * 'When the medium's message is violent...' "Does violence on TV make children aggresive? The S10/NS/29-05-93/i1875/JER/Fp12_13: * link is often taken for granted - but can it be proved?" S10/NS/08-05-93/i1872/ELG/Fp19_20: 'The electronic arm of the law' "Surveillance systems are helping S10/NS/08-05-93/i1872/ELG/Fp19_20: cut crime and the public appears to welcome being watched" S10/NS/08-05-93/i1872/ELG/Fp21_23: 'Tiny Brother is watching you' "The future is not the huge videoscreens of 1984, but tiny S10/NS/08-05-93/i1872/ELG/Fp21_23: cameras with built-in software programmed to spot you breaking the law. Will machines force S10/NS/08-05-93/i1872/ELG/Fp21_23: us into obedience?"
+S11/NS/08-08-98/i2146/JEF/p10: 'Strange behaviour' "Millions of hydrogen atoms have been persuaded to behave like a single +S11/NS/08-08-98/i2146/JEF/p10: massive superatom." +S11/NS/27-06-98/i2140/MBBD/Fp36_39: 'A handful of light' "It is the fastest, most restless thing in the Universe. But, as Bennett +S11/NS/27-06-98/i2140/MBBD/Fp36_39: Davis and Mark Buchanan hear, physicists can now bring light to a screeching halt" +S11/NS/13-06-98/i2138/RBI/Fp27_30: 'Altered state' "Chill atoms to within a whisker of absolute zero and they act like a wave. +S11/NS/13-06-98/i2138/RBI/Fp27_30: But the bizarre form of matter this creates could conceivably crack quantum theory wide open, +S11/NS/13-06-98/i2138/RBI/Fp27_30: says Robert Irion" +S11/NS/13-06-98/i2138/CHS/p11: 'Einstein in free fall' "One of the cornerstones of relativity may be wrong" +S11/NS/06-06-98/i2137/CDV/Fp33_35: "Let's play quantum chess" "Whenlife gets too complicated for the people exploring the world +S11/NS/06-06-98/i2137/CDV/Fp33_35: of quarks, they pretend space-time is a chessboard. Christine Davies follows the game" +S11/NS/16-05-98/i2134/RMT/p11: 'Quantum Detectives' "They can tell something is there without even looking" +S11/NS/02-05-98/i2132/NMRM/Fp30_33: 'Power to perovskite' "Why should a boring brown mineral named after an obscure Russian +S11/NS/02-05-98/i2132/NMRM/Fp30_33: statesman set physicists' hearts racing? Because it breaks all the rules, say Neil Mathur and +S11/NS/02-05-98/i2132/NMRM/Fp30_33: Rhian-Mari Thomas" +S11/NS/25-04-98/i2131/CHS/p14: 'Just two photons trapped by fate' "For the first time, photons have forged an intimate +S11/NS/25-04-98/i2131/CHS/p14: relationship without even meeting." +S11/NS/25-04-98/i2131/MRC/p7: 'In the beginning' "A fossil in the sky may spur a rewrite of physics theory" +S11/NS/28-03-98/i2127/EDT/p3: 'Born to be wild' "Don't complain about the hype, +S11/NS/28-03-98/i2127/EDT/p3: physics needs all the crazy ideas it can get" +S11/NS/14-03-98/i2125/BCH/Fp27_30: 'Beyond reality' "Watching information at play in the quantum world is throwing physicists +S11/NS/14-03-98/i2125/BCH/Fp27_30: into a flat spin, says Mark Buchanan" +S11/NS/28-02-98/i2123/RMT/Fp24_28: 'Take a spin' "It's intillectually fancy enough to please physicists at the frontier. It's +S11/NS/28-02-98/i2123/RMT/Fp24_28: also practical enough for diehard engineers worrying about the limits of tomorrow's +S11/NS/28-02-98/i2123/RMT/Fp24_28: computers. Robert Matthews unveils spintronics" +S11/NS/31-01-98/i2119/DVS/Fp36_40: 'Splitting the Electron' "Electrons can 'split' to form smaller charges, and physicists have +S11/NS/31-01-98/i2119/DVS/Fp36_40: finally worked out how they do it - by swirling and swarming like angry bees. Bennett Daviss +S11/NS/31-01-98/i2119/DVS/Fp36_40: reports" +S11/NS/17-01-98/i2117/KES/Fp39_42: 'The Legend of Big G' "Measuring gravity may be more than an intillectual exercise for +S11/NS/17-01-98/i2117/KES/Fp39_42: trainspotters, says David Kestenbaum. It could be the loose thread that unravels the whole of +S11/NS/17-01-98/i2117/KES/Fp39_42: modern physics" +S11/NS/13-12-97/i2112/DVS/Fp32_37: 'Neutrons for sale' "Forget the idea of endless energy. People could soon be using a fusion +S11/NS/13-12-97/i2112/DVS/Fp32_37: machine the size of a football to detect bombs at airports and impurities in ores. Bennett +S11/NS/13-12-97/i2112/DVS/Fp32_37: Daviss reports" +S11/NS/13-12-97/i2112/WHO/p25: 'Beam me up' "In a victory for Star Trek fans, physicists have moved a step closer to +S11/NS/13-12-97/i2112/WHO/p25: teleportation" +S11/NS/15-11-97/i2108/RMT/p16: 'New quark on the block' "The heavy mob are moving in on the standard model" +S11/NS/01-11-97/i2106/GAB/Fp40_41: 'Here comes hypertime' "Want to sidestep your future or rearrange your past? An extra time +S11/NS/01-11-97/i2106/GAB/Fp40_41: dimension could be all you need, says Gabrielle Walker, and it might even be the key to the +S11/NS/01-11-97/i2106/GAB/Fp40_41: theory of everything" +S11/NS/01-11-97/i2106/PDV/Fp34_38: 'Time's Arrow' "Why doesn't time flow backwards? It's all to do with the ever-shrinking +S11/NS/01-11-97/i2106/PDV/Fp34_38: quantity of information in the Universe, argues Paul Davies" S11/NS/25-10-97/i2105/CHS/p15: 'Just Cool It' (Nobel Prizes awarded to physicists researching extreme low temperatures) S11/NS/11-10-97/i2103/SHL/Fp28_31: 'Blessed is the Weak' "It's the quiet one - shy, elusive and somewhat in the shadow of its S11/NS/11-10-97/i2103/SHL/Fp28_31: three big sisters. But without the weak force the sun won't shine. Nobel prizewinning S11/NS/11-10-97/i2103/SHL/Fp28_31: physicist Sheldon Glashow reveals all" S11/NS/11-10-97/i2103/CHS/p20_21: 'Alice beams up 'entangled' photon' (researchers succeed in 'teleporting' a photon) S11/NS/11-10-97/i2103/MRC/p9: 'Small, dark and macho' (tiny black hole possibly discovered) S11/NS/04-10-97/i2102/WHO/p21: 'Fusion record' (JET achieves 12MW for just under a second) S11/NS/04-10-97/i2102/MRC/p15: 'Invisible worlds' "The dying embers of millions of galaxies may lurk unseen in space" S11/NS/27-09-97/i2101/WRN/Fp30_33: 'Care for a Cosmic Pretzel?' "Forget about quarks and neutrinos, the Universe could be S11/NS/27-09-97/i2101/WRN/Fp30_33: teeming with far stranger beings, as Warren Perkins explains while unravelling a few S11/NS/27-09-97/i2101/WRN/Fp30_33: superheavy knots..." S11/NS/27-09-97/i2101/WHO/p23: 'Light work' "For the first time since Einstein said that energy and matter are S11/NS/27-09-97/i2101/WHO/p23: interchangeable physicists have created particles out of light." S11/NS/27-09-97/i2101/JEF/p13: 'A dwarf's core values' "How old are the oldest stars in our Galaxy?" S11/NS/20-09-97/i2100/RMT/p15: 'Back to the Big Bang' "Lifting the cloud: the Crab Nebula's S11/NS/20-09-97/i2100/RMT/p15: pulsar could tell us about the early Universe" S11/NS/13-09-97/i2099/CHS/p10: 'Reduced Charge' "The first solid evidence that particles other other than quarks can have S11/NS/13-09-97/i2099/CHS/p10: fractional charge has been uncovered by scientists in Israel." S11/NS/06-09-97/i2098/NGL/Fp24_29: 'Into the Abyss' "Only black holes can swallow matter without trace. Nigel Henbest talks to S11/NS/06-09-97/i2098/NGL/Fp24_29: the astronomers who have finally caught them at it" S11/NS/30-08-97/i2097/MRC/p18: 'Great balls of power' "The potential of Q-balls puts nuclear fusion in the shade" S11/NS/16-08-97/i2095/WAT/Fp34_37: 'Sticking point' "It's back, and if anything, it's even more exotic than before. Andrew Watson S11/NS/16-08-97/i2095/WAT/Fp34_37: reports on a relentless search for cold fusion among the muons" S11/NS/16-08-97/i2095/MRC/p19: 'Speed freaks' "Neutrinos may travel faster than light" S11/NS/26-07-97/i2092/JBR/p6_7: 'Stand by to receive landing party, Chief O'Brien' (progress S11/NS/26-07-97/i2092/JBR/p6_7: made on quantum teleportation at Paris research lab) S11/NS/28-06-97/i2088/BCH/p16: 'Light's spooky connections set distance record' S11/NS/28-06-97/i2088/JBR/p14: 'Iron-clad proof gives changelings mass' (mass of a neutrino) S11/NS/31-05-97/i2084/GAB/Fp28_32: 'God's Firecrackers' "They appear without warning and may be gone within a S11/NS/31-05-97/i2084/GAB/Fp28_32: split second. What cataclysmic events could be the source of these huge S11/NS/31-05-97/i2084/GAB/Fp28_32: bursts of cosmic energy, asks Gabrielle Walker" S11/NS/24-05-97/i2083/DCN/Fp38_41: 'Thank heavens for black holes' "Why are we here? Because our S11/NS/24-05-97/i2083/DCN/Fp38_41: Universe is the fittest, most fecund of a huge population of S11/NS/24-05-97/i2083/DCN/Fp38_41: competing universes. David Concar meets a visionary physicist" S11/NS/17-05-97/i2082/RMT/Fp38_42: 'Beyond space and time' "One way to understand the forces that S11/NS/17-05-97/i2082/RMT/Fp38_42: rule our Universe is to venture outside it..." S11/NS/17-05-97/i2082/ROB/p18: 'Quantum cheats will always win' (quantum encryption twist) S11/NS/26-04-97/i2079/MBC/Fp38_41: 'Crossing the Quantum Frontier' "There is a mysterious boundary between the familiar S11/NS/26-04-97/i2079/MBC/Fp38_41: predictability of ordinary objects and the spooky uncertainties of the quantum world. Now S11/NS/26-04-97/i2079/MBC/Fp38_41: physicists are on the verge of discovering what happens there, says Mark Buchanan." S11/NS/05-04-97/i2076/CSJB/Fp32_35: 'Time to Die' "Can we live with the idea that the electron just isn't fundamental? S11/NS/05-04-97/i2076/CSJB/Fp32_35: Extraordinary new research findings suggest that we may have no choice..." S11/NS/22-02-97/i2072/PAL/Fp38_41: 'Welcome to Clusterworld' "Forget single atoms. Richard Palmer S11/NS/22-02-97/i2072/PAL/Fp38_41: explores the bizarre new possibilities when atoms get it together" S11/NS/28-09-96/i2049/BEN/Fp26_31: 'It takes two to tangle', "In the quantum world, distant particles can S11/NS/28-09-96/i2049/BEN/Fp26_31: be bound by a ghostly tie. Physicists are putting this effect to work S11/NS/28-09-96/i2049/BEN/Fp26_31: in quantum computing and communications, reports Ben Stein" S11/NS/11-05-96/i2029/HZL/Fp28_31: 'Heart of Quarkness' "Just when we thought we were on top of the S11/NS/11-05-96/i2029/HZL/Fp28_31: subatomic world, strange noises are emerging from Chicago. Hazel S11/NS/11-05-96/i2029/HZL/Fp28_31: Muir asks if there is something wrong with our picture" S11/NS/20-04-96/i2026/WAT/Fp30_34: 'Atoms through the looking glass' "In quantum physics, nothing is what you expect. Andrew S11/NS/20-04-96/i2026/WAT/Fp30_34: Watson reports on a world where light waves can shove atom beams around" S11/NS/16-09-95/i1995/GOL/Fp34_37: 'To catch a wimp' "Many cosmologists say that the Universe mainly consists of invisible S11/NS/16-09-95/i1995/GOL/Fp34_37: particles that hardly interact at all with the world we can see. Now physicists are trying to S11/NS/16-09-95/i1995/GOL/Fp34_37: find these elusive particles, reports Donald Goldsmith" S11/NS/29-07-95/i1988/KAR/Fp42_43: 'Smart money on Silicon?' "Karen Reeson finds comfort for the quantumphobes" (book review) S11/NS/22-07-95/i1987/WAT/p18: 'How to see in the dark without looking' S11/NS/11-03-95/i1968/GRB/p18: 'Quantum physics: the plot thickens yet again' S11/NS/12-06-93/i1877/PTR/Fp30_33: 'When electrons go with the flow' "Remove the obstacles that create electrical resistance, and S11/NS/12-06-93/i1877/PTR/Fp30_33: you get ballistic electrons and a quantum surprise" S11/NS/03-04-93/i1867/WBR/p12: 'Is this teleportation as we know it?' S11/NS/27-02-93/i1862/HRG/Fp38_42: 'Last words of a quantum heretic' "Just before he died, the physicist David Bohm explained his S11/NS/27-02-93/i1862/HRG/Fp38_42: life-long quest to understand the Universe and how he developed his alternative view of the S11/NS/27-02-93/i1862/HRG/Fp38_42: quantum world" (Bohm's nonlocal theory has important implications for quantum technology)
+S12/NS/01-08-98/i2145/COG/p15: 'Box of tricks' "A miniature cage springs a trap for metals" +S12/NS/21-02-98/i2122/WHO/p22: 'Divide and rule' (Fast ways to manufacture nanonwires using hostile metals) +S12/NS/14-02-98/i2121/MBR/Fp34_37: 'Spin doctors' "First came tweezers, now there's a spanner in the toolkit. As Michael Brooks +S12/NS/14-02-98/i2121/MBR/Fp34_37: finds out, microengineers can wield its whirling beam to trap and spin particles no bigger +S12/NS/14-02-98/i2121/MBR/Fp34_37: than red blood cells" +S12/NS/13-12-97/i2112/WHO/p17: 'Tiny T-junctions' (nano construction kits now include T-junctions) S12/NS/25-10-97/i2105/COG/p18: 'Running on parallel lines' "Nanolab could create hundreds of compunds cheaply and cleanly" S12/NS/11-10-97/i2103/JEF/p12: 'One-way wires' "Carbon nanotubes that pass current in only one direction have been made for S12/NS/11-10-97/i2103/JEF/p12: the first time by a team of American and Japanese researchers." S12/NS/04-10-97/i2102/JTM/p9: 'Male hormone finds work in scaffolding' "Relatives of the hormone testosterone could become S12/NS/04-10-97/i2102/JTM/p9: the backbones of a range of molecular machines and nanoscale devices." S12/NS/02-08-97/i2093/WHO/p21: 'While my nanoguitar gently weeps' S12/NS/02-11-96/i2054/MRK/p22: 'Speeding up production lines in the nanoworld' S12/EWW/00-09-96/iSEP/CAM/p641: 'Nanotubes get wired up' S12/NS/06-07-96/i2037/PHB/Fp28_31: 'Through the nanotube' "Stiffer than any other known material and with potential applications S12/NS/06-07-96/i2037/PHB/Fp28_31: in electronics and as the world's tiniest test tubes, nanotubes have a promising future. S12/NS/06-07-96/i2037/PHB/Fp28_31: Philip Ball introduces the carbon family's newest member" S12/NS/29-06-96/i2036/HOG/Fp28_33: 'Invasion of the Micromachines' "From airbags to atomisers, mass-produced machines no bigger S12/NS/29-06-96/i2036/HOG/Fp28_33: than a speck of dust are taking over, says Hank Hogan" S12/NS/15-06-96/i2034/SUN/p24: 'Deformed legs keep tiny robot in step' S12/NS/10-06-95/i1981/ROL/Fp26_29: 'Nanoworlds are made of this' "Imagine a wind farm smaller than a microchip. Roland Pease S12/NS/10-06-95/i1981/ROL/Fp26_29: meets the man whose molecular construction kit could be the first step" S12/EWW/00-06-95/iJUN/CAM/p458: 'Nanowires must still have a little flab' S12/NS/06-05-95/i1976/GAB/Fp24_25: 'What's thin and sticky?' "It's nearly invisible, surprisingly strong and has a love-hate S12/NS/06-05-95/i1976/GAB/Fp24_25: relationship with water. Gabrielle Walker investigates the curious properties of nanotape"
+S13/NS/01-08-98/i2145/JEF/p4: 'Getting warmer' "High-temperature superconductors haven't really lived up to their name. But +S13/NS/01-08-98/i2145/JEF/p4: soon they might" +S13/NS/07-02-98/i2120/DBD/Fp32_35: 'Superconductors in a twist' "Materials that banish electrical resistance have been a +S13/NS/07-02-98/i2120/DBD/Fp32_35: disappointing flop - all because of the spiralling currents that rage inside them. Now the +S13/NS/07-02-98/i2120/DBD/Fp32_35: race is on to tame these miniature whirlwinds, says Debra Daugherty" S13/NS/03-05-97/i2080/MBBD/Fp26_29: 'The heat is on' "As theorists cross swords over how high-temperature superconductors work, S13/NS/03-05-97/i2080/MBBD/Fp26_29: some researchers think the answer mayb be under the combatants' noses" S13/NS/26-04-97/i2079/MRC/p19: 'Superconductor survives mag attack' S13/NS/29-03-97/i2075/VIN/p23: 'Selling like hot superconductors' (first commercial sale) S13/NS/29-04-95/i1975/HOL/p21: 'Giant leap forward for superconductors'
S14/NS/18-10-97/i2104/MRK/p23: 'Buckyballs are a blast' (C60 might provide a better fuel for rockets) S14/NS/23-04-97/i1922/DBR/p20: 'How to make a buckyball - it's a wind up' S14/NS/08-03-97/i2072/DBR/p18: 'Buckyball 'transistor' raises nanocomputing hopes' S14/NS/11-01-97/i2064/COG/p17: 'Buckytubes to be built to order' S14/NS/19-10-96/i2052/ROB/p6: 'Buckyball pioneers score the ultimate goal' S14/NS/12-10-96/i2051/BLK/p19: 'Buckyballs make a point' S14/NS/16-03-96/i2021/KRT/p24: 'Pure buckyballs at bargain prices' S14/NS/05-11-94/i1950/MPH/p20: 'Buckyballs get under semiconductors' skin' S14/NS/18-12-93/i1904/TPT/p19: 'Crystal buckyballs are forever' S14/NS/12-06-93/i1877/ELG/p18: 'Buckyball film is no rough diamond' S14/NS/29-05-93/i1875/EMS/p14: * 'How to manufacture mini metallic "buckyballs"' S14/NS/08-05-93/i1872/EMS/p13: 'The wierd and wonderful world of buckyballs' S14/NS/06-02-93/i1859/ELG/p16: 'Lead turns buckytubes into real live wires'
+S15/NS/08-08-98/i2146/DGR/p7: 'Prepare for lift off' "Will smart thinking make maglev more than an expensive novelty?" +S15/NS/01-08-98/i2145/BNI/Fp24_28: 'Rocket revolutionary' "Is Gary Hudson on another planet? His spacecraft will blast off +S15/NS/01-08-98/i2145/BNI/Fp24_28: like a Catherine wheel, land like a sycamore seed and launch satellites for peanuts. +S15/NS/01-08-98/i2145/BNI/Fp24_28: Ben Iannotta reports" +S15/NS/04-07-98/i2141/GRN/Fp32_35: 'Echoes from the deep' "Imagine being able to sense the underwater world as well as a dolphin +S15/NS/04-07-98/i2141/GRN/Fp32_35: can. That's the dream of a man who is building a camera that collects sound rather than +S15/NS/04-07-98/i2141/GRN/Fp32_35: light. Iian Greenburg reports." +S15/NS/25-04-98/i2131/CHS/Fp36_39: 'Running on empty' "What's behind NASA's idea to propel a spaceship beyond the Solar System? +S15/NS/25-04-98/i2131/CHS/Fp36_39: Nothing at all, says Charles Seife" +S15/NS/04-04-98/i2128/ALI/p5: 'Slow down!' "Fog distorts drivers' perception" +S15/NS/14-03-98/i2125/BNI/Fp38_41: 'Scramble for space' "What do you get if you cross a jet engine with a rocket? Enough power to +S15/NS/14-03-98/i2125/BNI/Fp38_41: send NASA's first space plane into orbit, says Ben Iannotta" +S15/NS/14-03-98/i2125/JUS/p17: 'Look, no hands' "Machines could take on the fiddliest assembly work" +S15/NS/28-02-98/i2123/HAD/p10: 'Catalysts for change' "Could some cunning chemistry make hydrogen the fuel of the 21st +S15/NS/28-02-98/i2123/HAD/p10: century?" +S15/NS/07-02-98/i2120/MRK/p21: 'Cool futures' "Planes and cars face a revolution thanks to a tiny heat exchanger" +S15/NS/24-01-98/i2118/NEL/p7: 'Designer Tunnel' (Wind tunnel design achieves Mach 6) +S15/NS/13-12-97/i2112/CHS/p17: 'Noise power' "The era of sound-driven machinery has dawned" +S15/NS/06-12-97/i2111/COG/p23: 'The plastic six-pack' "Artificial muscle can be built from layers of polymer film" +S15/NS/06-12-97/i2111/MRK/Fp20_21: 'Too big for its boots' "FOCUS: Consumer fury and a raft of court cases over Microsoft's +S15/NS/06-12-97/i2111/MRK/Fp20_21: trading practices - has Bill Gates's baby overreached itself?" +S15/NS/08-11-97/i2107/BCH/Fp30_35: 'One Law To Rule Them All' "Traffic jams the highway, businesses go bust and earthquakes +S15/NS/08-11-97/i2107/BCH/Fp30_35: strike without warning. All follow a single, universal law says Mark Buchanan" +S15/NS/01-11-97/i2106/KES/Fp42_45: 'Countdown to chaos' "Time signals keep the world in step. Tweak them just a little, and life +S15/NS/01-11-97/i2106/KES/Fp42_45: as we know it will quickly grind to a halt, says David Kestenbaum" +S15/NS/01-11-97/i2106/WEB/Fp46_51: 'In the blink of an atom' "How long is a second? We've got it pinned down with mind-boggling +S15/NS/01-11-97/i2106/WEB/Fp46_51: precision, says Jeremy Webb" +S15/NS/01-11-97/i2106/JMC/Fp52_56: 'When a second lasts forever' "It's not just in the movies that moments of crisis seem to pass +S15/NS/01-11-97/i2106/JMC/Fp52_56: in slow motion. John McCrone investigates the tricks our minds play with time" S15/NS/27-09-97/i2101/JDG/Fp34_37: 'foam sweet foam' "Turn an ordinary lump of metal into a mass of bubbles and, says Michael S15/NS/27-09-97/i2101/JDG/Fp34_37: Judge, you have the ideal material for building safer cars and lighter planes" S15/NS/27-09-97/i2101/DCH/p22: 'Fear of flying' "German pilots don't trust the latest high-tech airliners" S15/NS/30-08-97/i2097/BNI/Fp28_31: 'Breaking the Heat Barrier' "Long-forgotten ceramics may revolutionise the design of S15/NS/30-08-97/i2097/BNI/Fp28_31: spaceplanes - and let future generations of shuttles land anywhere on Earth. Ben Iannotata S15/NS/30-08-97/i2097/BNI/Fp28_31: talks to the engineers with a dream" S15/NS/30-08-97/i2097/ALI/p7: 'Brain in the round' (3D brain imaging using ultrasound) S15/NS/05-07-97/i2089/FOX/p20: 'Money, that's what I want' "By the middle of next year, no audio recording or movie S15/NS/05-07-97/i2089/FOX/p20: soundtrack will be complete without an inaudible digital watermark. Pirates beware" S15/NS/28-06-97/i2088/LND/Fp24_27: 'Escape from Mars' "The first human explorers to visit the Red Planet will not take enough S15/NS/28-06-97/i2088/LND/Fp24_27: fuel to get them home again. It will have to be made there, says Leonard David" S15/NS/21-06-97/i2087/WHT/Fp49: 'Let's not spoil the big party' "Robin Whitty thinks the S15/NS/21-06-97/i2087/WHT/Fp49: millenium bug is not as virulent as all that"
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* New Scientist Issue No. 1875 (29th May 1993) has an incorrect year of 1992 on its cover.