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The Mercury News
New technologies ease discomfort and burden of dental visitsfor the temporary and the permanent crowns. Then the temporary is installed and
New technologies ease discomfort and burden of dental visits
The Mercury News / Posted 7 hours ago
for the temporary and the permanent crowns. Then the temporary is installed and the impression is sent to an outside laboratory so the permanent crown can be milled. The patient must return days later for the permanent crown to be installed.... Read more
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Silicon Valley
New technologies ease discomfort and burden of dental visitsfor the temporary and the permanent crowns. Then the temporary is installed and
New technologies ease discomfort and burden of dental visits
Silicon Valley / Posted 7 hours ago
for the temporary and the permanent crowns. Then the temporary is installed and the impression is sent to an outside laboratory so the permanent crown can be milled. The patient must return days later for the permanent crown to be installed.... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Portland's 101 best restaurants of 2016 (ranked)stop by after 10 p.m. for one of the limited-edition "10 at 10" burgers, each o
Portland's 101 best restaurants of 2016 (ranked)
OregonLive.com / Posted 9 hours ago
stop by after 10 p.m. for one of the limited-edition "10 at 10" burgers, each one a double-stack of thin, seared patties coddled by gooey yellow American cheese and topped with bacon and bone marrow. Order: Deviled eggs, a plate of ribs or burnt... Read more
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Evening Standard
Taste the past, present and future of gin in Fitzrovia8AA Otherwise known as ‘The Bar With No Name’, this Islington favourite comes
Taste the past, present and future of gin in Fitzrovia
Evening Standard / Posted 9 hours ago
8AA Otherwise known as ‘The Bar With No Name’, this Islington favourite comes from Tony Conigliaro, who has his cocktail lab nearby in Pink Floyd’s old studio, where he devises oddities for the bar and his other projects across London, which... Read more
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DW
Scientists divided over US study linking cellphones to cancer |million euro) study by the US National Toxicology Program that suggests a link
Scientists divided over US study linking cellphones to cancer |
DW / Posted 3 days ago
million euro) study by the US National Toxicology Program that suggests a link between exposure to cellphones and tumors in lab rats. "This is the first study to actually show that non-ionizing radiation (causes) cancer," said Dr. Otis Brawley, the... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
VIDEO: Dragging for ticks in Niagara brushDressed in what resemble hazmat suits and carrying odd-looking equipment, they
VIDEO: Dragging for ticks in Niagara brush
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 3 days ago
Dressed in what resemble hazmat suits and carrying odd-looking equipment, they emerge from the brush at Short Hills Provincial Park. Each passerby — some quizzical and others amused — wants to know the purpose of their visit and whether there’s... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
VIDEO: Dragging for ticks in Niagara brushDressed in what resemble hazmat suits and carrying odd-looking equipment, they
VIDEO: Dragging for ticks in Niagara brush
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 3 days ago
Dressed in what resemble hazmat suits and carrying odd-looking equipment, they emerge from the brush at Short Hills Provincial Park. Each passerby — some quizzical and others amused — wants to know the purpose of their visit and whether there’s... Read more
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Welland Tribune
VIDEO: Dragging for ticks in Niagara brushDressed in what resemble hazmat suits and carrying odd-looking equipment, they
VIDEO: Dragging for ticks in Niagara brush
Welland Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Dressed in what resemble hazmat suits and carrying odd-looking equipment, they emerge from the brush at Short Hills Provincial Park. Each passerby — some quizzical and others amused — wants to know the purpose of their visit and whether there’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
TSX defiance, a Jim Cramer reality check, and a most tasty dividend stockbulls were running loose. Global markets overall were up by more than 2 per cen
TSX defiance, a Jim Cramer reality check, and a most tasty dividend stock
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
bulls were running loose. Global markets overall were up by more than 2 per cent this past week. It might all seem a bit odd coming at a time when strategists and Federal Reserve leaders are leaving little doubt the U.S. will soon hike interest... Read more
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CBS 19 Tyler
Study reignites concern about cellphones and cancereffects of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) at frequencies and modulations used i
Study reignites concern about cellphones and cancer
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted 4 days ago
effects of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) at frequencies and modulations used in the U.S. telecommunications industry. The lab rats were exposed to cellphone-like radiation, 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off for a total of 9 hours a day, beginning... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Study reignites concern about cellphones and cancereffects of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) at frequencies and modulations used i
Study reignites concern about cellphones and cancer
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 4 days ago
effects of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) at frequencies and modulations used in the U.S. telecommunications industry. The lab rats were exposed to cellphone-like radiation, 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off for a total of 9 hours a day, beginning... Read more
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CNET
'Crowd Control,' part 12: It's a small world, even in another universePeralta down a long corridor, passing countless other tiny rooms where other in
'Crowd Control,' part 12: It's a small world, even in another universe
CNET / Posted 4 days ago
Peralta down a long corridor, passing countless other tiny rooms where other initial interviews were under way. It was oddly silent save for the rush of air whenever one of the doors would slide open, breaking the soundproof seal of each... Read more
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CBS News
Study reignites concern about cellphones and canceruse of mobile phones and "a high level of public and media interest regarding t
Study reignites concern about cellphones and cancer
CBS News / Posted 4 days ago
use of mobile phones and "a high level of public and media interest regarding the safety" of radiofrequency radiation. The lab rats were exposed to cellphone-like radiation, 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off for a total of 9 hours a day, beginning... Read more
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CNET
'Crowd Control,' part 12: It's a small world, even in a different onePeralta down a long corridor, passing countless other tiny rooms where other in
'Crowd Control,' part 12: It's a small world, even in a different one
CNET / Posted 4 days ago
Peralta down a long corridor, passing countless other tiny rooms where other initial interviews were under way. It was oddly silent save for the rush of air whenever one of the doors would slide open, breaking the soundproof seal of each... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'The Americans' recap: For Elizabeth, spying and friendship don't mixHee because her scientist husband Don (Rob Yang) conducts research inside the U
'The Americans' recap: For Elizabeth, spying and friendship don't mix
Los Angeles Times / Posted 5 days ago
Hee because her scientist husband Don (Rob Yang) conducts research inside the U.S. Army’s top-level biological warfare lab at Fort Detrick. William (Dylan Baker), a Soviet “mole” also working at the Maryland facility, has orders from Moscow to... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Scientists study sex lives, potential immortality at turtle havena cold-blooded animal that gains energy through absorbing it from the sun like
Scientists study sex lives, potential immortality at turtle haven
Detroit Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
a cold-blooded animal that gains energy through absorbing it from the sun like a solar panel. Its sex life ranges from odd-but-gentlemanly courtship to brutish attacks and forced mating. Its females reproduce better at 80 years old than at 20.... Read more
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Robotics Online
Robotics Onlinepackaging, consumer products and more. Requests came from all over the country
Robotics Online
Robotics Online / Posted 6 days ago
packaging, consumer products and more. Requests came from all over the country, and some of those requests were indeed, odd. “One company asked us if we could develop a vision system to detect the sex of mosquitoes. It turns out that the... Read more
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iol.co.za
Lemon water and other detox mythsLondon - When you think about it it's odd that Instagram - no more than an onli
Lemon water and other detox myths
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
London - When you think about it it's odd that Instagram - no more than an online photo sharing platform - has become a go-to-place for advice on healthy living. But here we are, basing our dinners on photos of kale smoothies and quinoa salads made... Read more
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Boston Globe
Kentucky’s opioid epidemic has warnings, lessons for Massachusettscoal mines. There was the little boy in diapers, crying near the body of his g
Kentucky’s opioid epidemic has warnings, lessons for Massachusetts
Boston Globe / Posted 6 days ago
coal mines. There was the little boy in diapers, crying near the body of his great-grandfather, who had cared for the toddler because his addicted parents and grandparents could not. There were the adult children of another dead man, racing to... Read more
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Evening Standard
Bus route beer trail and beer brunch in south London this Bank Holidaytrail traces, there will be 37 beers to try throughout your journey — 12 at eac
Bus route beer trail and beer brunch in south London this Bank Holiday
Evening Standard / Posted 6 days ago
trail traces, there will be 37 beers to try throughout your journey — 12 at each of the venues and a specially-brewed collaborative IPA named Route 37. This beer will be made by London Beer Lab and sold in keg there, in cask at The King & Co,... Read more
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CNET
'Crowd Control,' part 11: Going through hell to get to heavensensory organs to experience them with. She and Alex had predicted that it was
'Crowd Control,' part 11: Going through hell to get to heaven
CNET / Posted 6 days ago
sensory organs to experience them with. She and Alex had predicted that it was far more likely she would wake up in the lab remembering nothing of the trip her particles had made. The proof would come in later examining her brain activity for... Read more
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PhysOrg
Precise atom implants in silicon provide a first step toward practical quantum computersSandia National Laboratories researchers Meenakshi Singh, right, and Jose Pache
Precise atom implants in silicon provide a first step toward practical quantum computers
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Sandia National Laboratories researchers Meenakshi Singh, right, and Jose Pacheco stand in front of Sandia’s ion beam generator. Singh holds an sample qubit structure embedded in silicon. Credit: Randy Montoya Sandia National Laboratories has taken a... Read more
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Al.com
Rare footage of swimming praying mantis intrigues scientistsHe rooted around for a moment, and once again jumped into the current and worke
Rare footage of swimming praying mantis intrigues scientists
Al.com / Posted 7 days ago
He rooted around for a moment, and once again jumped into the current and worked his way to another rock. I knew this was odd. The mantis has wings, and is a capable, if clumsy, flier. What's more, this bug was under no threat at the time. I was... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Trial Begins In Manchester Rape, Murder, Arsonforce trauma to the head before she was lit on fire. The position of Kelloway'
Trial Begins In Manchester Rape, Murder, Arson
Hartford Courant / Posted 7 days ago
force trauma to the head before she was lit on fire. The position of Kelloway's body on what was left of the bed was also odd, state police Det. Wayne Opdenbrouw testified. Most of her body was nude, but for a garment gathered up around her... Read more
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Boston Globe
Postdocs make case for a boost in their pay scaleThousands of junior scientists who spend long nights and weekends running exper
Postdocs make case for a boost in their pay scale
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
Thousands of junior scientists who spend long nights and weekends running experiments in biomedical labs are in line for a pay hike, thanks to a whopping change to federal overtime pay regulations. But many say they’re still being... Read more
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chroniclelive
The strangest research projects going on at North East Universitiesare fascinating simply because they are downright bizarre. Here is a small sel
The strangest research projects going on at North East Universities
chroniclelive / Posted 8 days ago
are fascinating simply because they are downright bizarre. Here is a small selection of some of the most interesting, if odd, questions the region’s academics have decided to apply themselves to recently. Are graphs the future of romance? The... Read more
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The Mercury News
12-old boy has tough choice: UC Santa Cruz or UC Davisthis recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraham,
12-old boy has tough choice: UC Santa Cruz or UC Davis
The Mercury News / Posted 8 days ago
this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraham, 12, looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento, Calif., during an interview about his recent graduation from community college... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
12-year-old California student ready to start universitysaid. In this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq
12-year-old California student ready to start university
WWLP Springfield / Posted 8 days ago
said. In this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraham, 12, looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento, Calif., during an interview about his recent graduation from community college... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choicestation CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tan
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choice
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
station CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choicestation CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tan
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choice
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
station CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
12-year-old California student ready to start universitysaid. In this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq
12-year-old California student ready to start university
Manila Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
said. In this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraham, 12, looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento, Calif., during an interview about his recent graduation from community college... Read more
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WA Today
12-old California student ready to start universitystation CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tan
12-old California student ready to start university
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
station CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year... Read more
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The Age
12-old California student ready to start universitybone? It's way cool!" - that he realised how interested he was in science. Tan
12-old California student ready to start university
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
bone? It's way cool!" - that he realised how interested he was in science. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP "After my visit to US Berkley I was definitely infected with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
12-old California student ready to start universitybone? It's way cool!" - that he realised how interested he was in science. Tan
12-old California student ready to start university
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
bone? It's way cool!" - that he realised how interested he was in science. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP "After my visit to US Berkley I was definitely infected with... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
I'll be a doctor at 18, says child prodigy Tanishq, 12 Tanishq looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacrame
I'll be a doctor at 18, says child prodigy Tanishq, 12
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
Tanishq looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento (KOVR-TV/AP) A 12-year-old boy who already has three community college degrees and has been accepted at two... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
12-old California student ready to start universityIn this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraha
12-old California student ready to start university
The Record Searchlight / Posted 8 days ago
In this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraham, 12, looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in during an interview about his recent graduation from community college and beginning his university... Read more
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Brandon Sun
12-old California student ready to start universityIn this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraha
12-old California student ready to start university
Brandon Sun / Posted 8 days ago
In this recent but undated frame from video provided by KOVR-TV, Tanishq Abraham, 12, looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento, Calif., during an interview about his recent graduation from community college and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Nap pods and rooftop parks: how Silicon Valley is reinventing the officecompetition to attract the best young minds, the silicon giants are now racing
Nap pods and rooftop parks: how Silicon Valley is reinventing the office
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 days ago
competition to attract the best young minds, the silicon giants are now racing to outdo each other with ever more elaborate facilities (filled with ever more bountiful snacks). The mother of all pimped-up garages now rambles along the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘How did my GP get it so wrong?’and looked at him with his grave, green cat eyes. Still to this day, Harry says
‘How did my GP get it so wrong?’
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
and looked at him with his grave, green cat eyes. Still to this day, Harry says he has never seen Boris give him such an odd look. My husband suddenly said: “We’re not going to the GP, we’re going to the emergency department.” Too sick to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘How did my GP get it so wrong?’and looked at him with his grave, green cat eyes. Still to this day, Harry says
‘How did my GP get it so wrong?’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
and looked at him with his grave, green cat eyes. Still to this day, Harry says he has never seen Boris give him such an odd look. My husband suddenly said: “We’re not going to the GP, we’re going to the emergency department.” Too sick to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘How did my GP get it so wrong?’and looked at him with his grave, green cat eyes. Still to this day, Harry says
‘How did my GP get it so wrong?’
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
and looked at him with his grave, green cat eyes. Still to this day, Harry says he has never seen Boris give him such an odd look. My husband suddenly said: “We’re not going to the GP, we’re going to the emergency department.” Too sick to... Read more
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Velo News
Jamis Xenith RaceReviewed: Lab data: 18.3/20 (.74mm head tube deflection; .58mm BB deflection)
Jamis Xenith Race
Velo News / Posted 13 days ago
Reviewed: Lab data: 18.3/20 (.74mm head tube deflection; .58mm BB deflection) Pedaling response: 11.6/15 Aesthetics: 3.6/5OVERALL: 80.3/100 To a person, our testers thought the Xenith Race was a screaming deal. This is a stiff,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New ultrasound method provides way to measure acoustic-mechanic properties of cellswho developed the method together with researchers at the Technical University
New ultrasound method provides way to measure acoustic-mechanic properties of cells
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
who developed the method together with researchers at the Technical University of Denmark during his time as postdoc in the lab of Professor Joel Voldman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with funding from the Swedish Research... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Neuroscientist Dean Burnett, author of The Idiot Brain, peers into our headsspoke with the Toronto Star by phone about his funny and enlightening new book.
Neuroscientist Dean Burnett, author of The Idiot Brain, peers into our heads
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 13 days ago
spoke with the Toronto Star by phone about his funny and enlightening new book. You say you were kind of an odd-man-out in your family, the first to go to university. How did that shape your career? That’s what got me into the brain... Read more
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The Atlantic
There’s No Such Thing as Free Willresearch and its implications are not new. What is new, though, is the spread o
There’s No Such Thing as Free Will
The Atlantic / Posted 14 days ago
research and its implications are not new. What is new, though, is the spread of free-will skepticism beyond the laboratories and into the mainstream. The number of court cases, for example, that use evidence from neuroscience has more... Read more
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CBS News
Morley Safer: A Reporter's LifeThis is actually an ear mold. Marveling at one of its latest miracles: an arti
Morley Safer: A Reporter's Life
CBS News / Posted 15 days ago
This is actually an ear mold. Marveling at one of its latest miracles: an artificial heart valve, grown in the lab from human cells. Morley Safer: It's beating! Marveling as well at a young scientific genius. Morley Safer: This is... Read more
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Boston Globe
The journey of the chirp that proved Einstein rightsaid. “He really is, by a large margin, the most influential person this field
The journey of the chirp that proved Einstein right
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
said. “He really is, by a large margin, the most influential person this field has seen,” said Thorne, a longtime collaborator with Weiss. “And will see.” Weiss does not just dismiss such talk; he all but covers his ears and hums. “Complete... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
3D printing gives artists a chance to enter a new dimensionphotographs, at their best, can invoke.” The award comes out of a partnership
3D printing gives artists a chance to enter a new dimension
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 16 days ago
photographs, at their best, can invoke.” The award comes out of a partnership between Ryerson University and Toronto-based lab Think2Thing, a state-of-the-art hub of innovation in the still-young industry. “Anytime you put a new technology in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
The chirp heard across the universesaid. “He really is, by a large margin, the most influential person this field
The chirp heard across the universe
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
said. “He really is, by a large margin, the most influential person this field has seen,” said Thorne, a longtime collaborator with Weiss. “And will see.” Weiss does not just dismiss such talk; he all but covers his ears and hums. “Complete... Read more
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