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The fight for the best quantum bit (qubit)

03 July 2008

Read the article: The fight for the best quantum bit (qubit)Post Doc Henrik Ingerslev Jørgensen from the Nano-Science Center, located at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen, has come an important step closer to the quantum computer...

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Mars - there and back

27 June 2008

Read the article: Mars - there and backWith PhD. researcher Line Drube at the Phoenix Mars mission in Tucson, Arizona: It is busy at the Phoenix Mars mission. Since the landing at 1:38 AM Danish time on the 26th of May, over a hundred scientists from...

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Ice Cores show abrupt climate changes

18 June 2008

Read the article: Ice Cores show abrupt climate changesThe climate changed very abruptly and fundamentally in the course of very few years when the ice age ended, shows new, extremely accurate data from the examination of ice cores from Greenland...

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First traces from ALICE

16 June 2008

Read the article: First traces from ALICEThe very first traces have been measured in the large detector in the ALICE experiment at CERN. Danish researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have carried out the test experiments on...

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Ice cores reveal fluctuations in the Earth’s greenhouse gases

14 May 2008

Read the article: Ice cores reveal fluctuations in the Earth?s greenhouse gasesIce cores from Antarctica show both the lowest atmospheric content of CO2 (carbon dioxide) and fast changes in the content of CH4 (methane) measured over the past 800,000 years. Knowledge about the relationship...

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New ice core drilling project in Greenland

13 May 2008

Læs artiklen: Ny iskerneboring på GrønlandGreenland’s three-kilometre-thick ice cap houses a unique archive of historical climatic data, and a new ice core drilling project called NEEM is being launched this year to give scientists new insight into...

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A Burst to See

03 April 2008

Read the article: A Burst to SeeObserving the distant Universe with the unaided eye
On 19 March, Nature was particularly generous and provided astronomers with the wealth of four gamma-ray bursts on the same day...

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