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Young's experiment in a hydrogen molecule

According to the authors the research could prove to be of great importance for the future development of quantum computation. The experiment illustrates the transition between the quantum and the macroscopic worlds.

Posted: Nov 15th, 2007

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MIT webcast 'It's a small world'

On November 15, the MIT Alumni Association, in conjunction with regional Clubs, is planning a webcast and reception for alumni in Cambridge and around the world. The broadcast, tentatively entitled 'It's a Small World', will include a panel of three MIT faculty members, from a variety of disciplines and research areas, discussing the various aspects of nanotechnology and the ways in which MIT is paving the way in the field of nanotechnology.

Posted: Nov 14th, 2007

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ASU colleges collaborate on ethics project

A transdisciplinary team of faculty members and students at Arizona State University (ASU) has begun a research project to address the growing lag between emerging technologies, and the policies and ethics that govern them, and to recommend solutions for improving the timeliness and flexibility of these regulatory processes.

Posted: Nov 14th, 2007

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'Wiring up' enzymes for producing hydrogen in fuel cells

Researchers in Colorado are reporting the first successful 'wiring up' of hydrogenase enzymes. Those much-heralded proteins are envisioned as stars in a future hydrogen economy where they may serve as catalysts for hydrogen production and oxidation in fuel cells.

Posted: Nov 14th, 2007

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