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In a first, researchers have demonstrated a new design for an atomic clock that is based on a chip-scale frequency comb or a microcomb.
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General Electric has come up with a technological boon as their new microwave can count the calories in the food.
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Researchers have measured the minute gravitational distortions in polarized radiation from the early universe and discovered that these ancient microwaves can provide a cosmological test of Einstein`s theory of general relativity.
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Researchers have created a map using data from the Planck Space Telescope.
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Sectoral regulator TRAI has extended the date to May 12 for receiving comments on a consultation paper on the pricing and allocation of microwaves in access and backbone networks.
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Scientists have developed a modulator that converts an electrical signal into an optical signal to enable faster wireless data transmission.
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In a horrific act of cruelty, a UK woman killed her pet cat by cooking it in a microwave because she thought it had eaten her goldfish.
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Scientists have solved a major problem with the current standard model of cosmology by combining results from the Planck spacecraft and measurements of gravitational lensing in order to deduce the mass of ghostly sub-atomic particles called neutrinos.
Last Updated: Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 21:17
The researchers have found a new way to capture microwave signals and turn them in to electrical power that can be used to charge a mobile phone.
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 13:45
Scientists have invented a new gadget that can chill your drinks in a matter of seconds.
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To make sense of the mysteries surrounding the universe, scientists are trying to look as far as possible to the Big Bang.
Last Updated: Sunday, May 26, 2013, 10:37
Anyone who can spend a couple thousand dollars on a non-industry grade 3-D printer can literally make a plastic cloak overnight that masks small objects under specific wavelengths of light, a Duke University engineer has said.
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