Posts Tagged ‘ nanotechnology ’

Oxford Podcasts Run From Beowulf To Nanotech

Oct 28th, 2008 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Educational Podcasts, Podcast Quickies, Podcasting

I recently discovered that the University of Oxford offers quite a few interesting podcast series. I was looking for some resources on Beowulf for one of our children, but was pleasantly surprised to find an incredible variety of topics presented in podcast format. Some of the 99 podcast feeds offered: refugees and forced migration around […]

Scottish Hard Drive Will Put 100 Million Songs On Your iPod

Apr 16th, 2008 | By | Category: iPods & Portable Media Players

According to report at StorageProPortal, a team of Scottish Nanotechnology scientists claim that they can cram up to 500 Terabyte worth of data onto one square inch – putting 100 millions songs on your iPod. Unfortunately, the Glaswegian team’s research is “in the conceptual stages” – which means that these 500 Terabyte iPods probably won’t […]