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May 29th, 2006

Researchers working with Navy to improve ship performance

Abstract:
If you want faster ships, you have to lighten the load. That's the idea behind a multimillion dollar research project involving the University at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, a local company and the U.S. Navy. Researchers hope to develop cryogenically cooled electronics that will greatly reduce the size of the power generators needed aboard the Navy's warships.

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