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  • "A Boy and His Atom" Movie Still

    "A Boy and His Atom" Movie Still


    Date added: 2013-05-01


    Caption: IBM scientists precisely positioned almost 10,000 atoms into nearly 250 images to create the Guinness-certified "World's Smallest Stop Motion Film." The movie, called "A Boy and His Atom," was created using the Nobel prize winning scanning tunneling microscope, weighing 2 tons and operating at a temperature of -268 degrees Celsius. Researchers use this tool to understand atomic properties for memory, data storage and future technologies for big data. (Courtesy: IBM)

     

     



  • "A Boy and His Atom" Movie Poster

    "A Boy and His Atom" Movie Poster


    Date added: 2013-05-01


    IBM scientists precisely positioned almost 10,000 atoms into nearly 250 images to create the Guinness-certified World's Smallest Stop Motion Film. The movie, called A Boy and His Atom, was created using the Nobel prize winning scanning tunneling microscope, weighing 2 tons and operating at a temperature of -268 degrees Celsius. Researchers use this tool to understand atomic properties for memory, data storage and future technologies for big data. (Courtesy: IBM)

     

     



  • 2012 IBM Master the Mainframe Winners

    2012 IBM Master the Mainframe Winners


    Date added: 2013-04-04


    The top winners of IBM's 2012 Master the Mainframe Contest from North America, Spain and Spanish Latin America were flown to Poughkeepsie, NY for an awards ceremony. From the left: Pedro Carlos, Madrid; Sushain Cherivirala, Dulles High School; Miles Nosler, Texas State University; Benjamin Paul, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology; Nahuel Tori, Argentina (Photo Credit: Jeffrey Bisti, IBM)

     

     



  • IBM Announces Creation of 800-Job Technology Center in Downtown Baton Rouge

    IBM Announces Creation of 800-Job Technology Center in Downtown Baton Rouge


    Date added: 2013-03-28


    Linking education to careers, IBM Senior Vice President Colleen Arnold (left) with Bobby Jindal, Governor of the State of Louisiana (right) launch a partnership to invest in advanced technology skills and job creation in the state, Weds., March 27, 2013 in Baton Rouge, LA . The new IBM Services Center: Baton Rouge will open this spring and bring more than 800 high-skill, high-tech jobs to the region over the next four years. (Photo Credit: IBM) Deirdre Murphy Ramsey (202) 551-9467, demurphy@us.ibm.com

     

     

     


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