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  • Mars: Closest Encounter
    NASA's Hubble Space Telescope snapped this portrait of Mars within minutes of the planet's closest approach to Earth in nearly 60,000 years. This image was made from a series of exposures taken between 5:35 a.m. and 6:20 a.m. EDT Aug. 27 with Hubble's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2
  • MICRO: Products
    for 65-nm wafer inspection, the 302 system combines both bright-field and dark-field inspection technologies in one tool. For bright-field inspection, the system's Step &Image 2-D imaging technology replaces traditional TDI CCD technology, which is slow and jitter-prone. The system is also effective
  • Hubble's Deepest View Ever of the Universe Unveils Earliest Galaxies
    Astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute today unveiled the deepest portrait of the visible universe ever achieved by humankind. Called the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (HUDF), the million-second-long exposure reveals the first galaxies to emerge from the so-called "dark ages, " the time
  • Peter Cochrane
    With few exceptions, present day video communication systems only deliver two dimensional images to users. However, the future unquestionably lies with the delivery of 3-D imagery. After all, we conduct our lives with the benefit of 3-D vision and we could extend this to the field of electronic
  • Wired 10.11: The Planet Seekers
    Giant ground-based telescopes and adaptive optics have brought a new age in astronomy. Now the field's brightest stars are racing to take the first photograph of another world. Ray Jayawardhana says, pointing to a bright spot on a dark computer screen. "Right there. " He's sitting in the hushed
  • University of Waterloo Skip to the content of the web site.
    WATERLOO, Ont. -- Studying the potential uses of sensors, including in the medical field, gained a new focus at the University of Waterloo last fall with the launch of a chair in "sensor technology " held by a distinguished researcher, UW Prof. Arokia Nathan, electrical and computer engineering

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