Bell Labs



Bell Labs

One of the world's leading sources of communications technologies as well as one of the world's most prolific invention factories. Its employees have generated more than 40,000 inventions since 1925. The average home contains at least 25 products that stem from Bell Labs innovations, including phones, TVs, remote controls, VCRs, radios, stereos, CD players, and computers.

Articles on that refer to Bell Labs

Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Top News of 2001 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
When Will HAL Understand What We Are Saying? Computer Speech Recognition and Understanding By Ray Kurzweil
Dialogue between Ray Kurzweil, Eric Drexler, and Robert Bradbury By K. Eric Drexler, Ray Kurzweil, and Robert Bradbury
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Glossary By Ray Kurzweil
The Age of Intelligent Machines, Chapter Eight: The Search for Knowledge By Ray Kurzweil
Streams By David Gelernter
Beating Moore's 2nd Law: Advances in Nanoengineering and New Approaches to Computing at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the AAAS By Lucas Hendrich and
Chapter 13: Information and Education By Neil Gershenfeld
Chapter 12: The Business of Discovery By Neil Gershenfeld

News Articles that refer to Bell Labs

Scientists Build Transistor Made of One Molecule
Recent Advances Further Molecular Electronics Design
Bell Labs' Researchers Create Plastic Superconductor
To Store Data, a Hologram 'Picture' Is Worth a Million Bits
Paper-like electronic displays
Lucent scientists calculate theoretical limits of fiber optic communications
New High-Temp Superconductors Using Bucky Balls
Bell Labs creates molecular-scale transistors
'2001: HAL's Legacy' to air on PBS Nov. 27
Nanocomputers Get Real

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