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Do head-up displays lead the wrong way to safety? June 30, 2015 // Christoph Hammerschmidt In vehicles, head-up displays (HUDs) have been developed to reduce driver distraction and help drivers to...
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Zinc (Zn) is a transition metal belonging to group 12 of the periodic table. As an "essential trace element" zinc has substantial biological importance for plants and animals. Zinc is responsible for...
2015/06/30 12:54
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M’CHIGEENG— Winners of the Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute Heritage Fair, Jermaine Jacko and Darci Debassige of Lakeview School, were invited to attend the Ontario Provincial Heritage Fair at the...
2015/06/30 11:40
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Their solution: a system they call Drone River. "Drone River can help the people responsible for the care of the river to monitor its quality in real time," says University of Toronto PhD candidate...
2015/06/30 11:17
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SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bruker today announced the release of its second-generation Inspire™ infrared (IR) nanocharacterization system, which features 10-nanometer spatial resolution...
2015/06/30 10:08
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New research released today in Nature Neuroscience reveals for the first time that pain is processed in male and female mice using different cells. These findings have far-reaching implications for...
2015/06/30 05:38
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Worms today look so wimpy. How do they survive in this world? They don't have appendages to pick up blunt objects and they don't even have the strength to put up a good fight. At least if they had an...
2015/06/30 04:48
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It looks likes such an obvious idea: turn car windscreens into heads-up displays (HUDs), so drivers don't have to look away from the road to see (for example) the speedometer. Except that it could be...
2015/06/30 04:38
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The U.S. now has half as many publicly listed companies trading on its exchanges as it did at the peak in 1996. Listed companies reached a high of 7,322. That number today is down almost by half to...
2015/06/30 02:39
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A Dark View of Geopolitics in the Arctic World leaders, including Russia’s Vladimir Putin, have talked of the Arctic as a zone of peace and co-operation. But continued tranquility is just one...
2015/06/30 00:00
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Common wisdom might suggest that a heads up display on your vehicle is safer than glancing down at the dash. What if common wisdom is wrong? A study at the University of Toronto suggests just that,...
2015/06/29 20:43
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The recent announcement that the Lions Club would no longer be featuring fine art during the annual Cobourg Waterfront Festival in Victoria Park has led some to think fine art would no longer be a...
2015/06/29 20:00
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When the University of Toronto’s Varsity Blues came knocking on the door of the City of Stratford’s Recreation Division, interested in the city’s newly-constructed four-court, outdoor beach volleyball...
2015/06/29 19:46
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Swarms of crowds hurriedly shuffle amidst the bright lights of Times Square. Energetic young children bounce up and down and wave their hands rapidly as if answering an urgent question in class. And,...
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... Health) - Only about one in eight people with so-called pre-diabetes, often a precursor to full-blown disease, know they have a problem, a U.S. study found. Lacking awareness, people with...
2015/06/29 18:00
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Gerry Beaudin currently the zoning administrator for the city of Mountain View, has been hired as Pleasanton's new director of Community Development Director, succeeding Brian Dolan, who has been...
2015/06/29 07:16
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In the four-plus years of World War?I, two journalists were killed. The number rose to 69 in World War II, fell back to 17 during the Korean War, before increasing to 63 in the United States’s almost...
2015/06/28 21:56
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Terry’s nose was bigger than his rap sheet. He was only 18, in a B.C. prison for crimes that “had the characteristics of a naughty child, rather than an adult criminal.” He said his nose didn’t...
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Members of the judging panel for the 2015 Etisalat Prize for Literature have been announced. The judging panel will be chaired by Professor Ato Quayson a Professor of English and inaugural Director of...
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How would a merged GM-FCA add up? Combined revenues: $324 billion (#1 in the auto sector) Market capitalization: $97 billion (#4) Number of vehicles produced: 14.5 million (#1) Number of...
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