This could lead to unique ways to drive flows without requiring pumping'Nano-lightning' could cool microchips Mar 24, 2004
Using air to cool these systems is desirable if possible, because air is readily available, doesn't need to be stored within the system, and is environmentally benign'Nano-lightning' could cool microchips Mar 24, 2004
The number of Windows patch files is getting out of hand. This is a good way of consolidating vast amounts of informationMicrosoft issues more security patches Oct 16, 2003
PhRMA member companies spent $30.3 billion on new drug research and development. In contrast, according to IMS Health, the industry spent about $9 billion on promotion to consumers and doctors and about $10 billion on free drug samples. When Families USA attacks our promotional spending, they are really attacking the $10 billion in free drug samples that we give away each year to doctors who often use these free medicines to help needy patients. That's not very family-friendlyUPI's Capital Comment for July 19, 2002 Jul 19, 2002
The only way the group can get a number for promotion that is higher than pharmaceutical R&D spending is to disguise the operating costs of running a business in their figuresUPI's Capital Comment for July 19, 2002 Jul 19, 2002
SS Sauternes was a steamship built in 1922. She sank in a storm in the firth Fugloyarfjørður by the Faroe Islands on 7 December 1941; all 25 passengers and crew were lost. In the Faroes, she became known as Jólaskipið, the Christmas Ship. Among the casualties was Captain George Albert Perris of the Royal Army Service Corps, who was later buried in Klaksvík.
In addition to general cargo for the British garrison in the Faroes, Sauternes was also carrying 22,500 Danish kroner minted in the United Kingdom for use by the Faroese, since Denmark had been occupied by the Germans and was not sending any coin.