Definitions for "Eureka"
The exclamation attributed to Archimedes, who is said to have cried out "Eureka! eureka!" (I have found it! I have found it!), upon suddenly discovering a method of finding out how much the gold of King Hiero's crown had been alloyed. Hence, an expression of triumph concerning a discovery.
(yoo REE-kah) Greek: I've found it! Supposedly uttered by Archimedes as he sat in a bathtub and discovered the principle of bouyancy. Works just as well for the recovery of a lost set of keys.
a copper-nickel alloy with high electrical resistance and a low temperature coefficient; used as resistance wire
Keywords:  rlg, rlin, pan, bibliographic, catalog
A set of databases provided by RLG (the Research Libraries Group.) These range from the "Avery Index to Architecture Periodicals" to "RLIN (RLG Bibliographic File)."
An initiative to encourage and assist market-driven collaborative research and development projects by organisations across Europe. Members include the EU countries, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and the European Commission
RLG's Web-based search interface for both novice and experienced users. Eureka provides access to an array of RLG information resources, including the RLG Union Catalog.
Eureka is a 2000 Japanese film written and directed by Shinji Aoyama and stars Koji Yakusho, Aoi Miyazaki, and Masaru Miyazaki. It has a total runtime of 3 hours, 37 minutes.
Eureka is a film directed by Nicolas Roeg, released in 1984, starring Gene Hackman, Rutger Hauer, Mickey Rourke, and Joe Pesci. The film is about the story of a Klondike prospector, Jack McCann (Hackman) who strikes it rich, only to fear that his daughter Tracy (played by Roeg's wife, Theresa Russell) and son-in-law (Hauer) are scheming not only for his wealth but his very soul. Greedy investors (Pesci, Rourke) are also swooping down for Hackman's fortune.
Eureka is an American science fiction television series (filmed in British Columbia, Canada) that premiered July 18, 2006, on the Sci Fi Channel. In the UK and Ireland it first aired on Sky One on August 2, 2006 - where it is titled A Town Called Eureka. It is now broadcast on the British Sci Fi Channel.
The California Career Information System.
a town in northwest California on an arm of the Pacific Ocean
a city in northern California on the Pacific Coast.
Keywords:  racon
Eureka (1848) is a prose poem by Edgar Allan Poe in which he describes his intuitive conception of the universe. It is dedicated to the German naturalist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt.
Eureka is a publication of The Archimedeans, the Cambridge University Mathematical Society. Its focus is on articles of interest to the society, including problems and puzzles, discussions and humour.
Keywords:  epp, nhs, arthritis, leaders, expert
Short clinical governance improvement story Expert Patients Programme ( EPP): An NHS programme designed to spread good self-care and self-management skills to a wide range of people with long-term conditions. Using trained non-medical leaders as educators, it equips people with arthritis and other long-term conditions with the skills to manage their own conditions.
Eureka is an open-source information management system alternative tailored to the academic community. It is designed to receive, process, and archive large amounts of data generated in the scientific laboratory setting.