Subscription options are available for both Print and Digital magazine editions. Most folks are pretty amazed to see the coherence information on the computer screen. They are amazed at how fast the internal change is, and how subtle the experience of moving into and out of coherence is, and how easy it is to manage, once one learns to pay attention to the inside more than the outside.
When science fiction comes true, the process often lean more toward evolution than big bang. Tobias Potyra, manager of operations at the Fraunhofer Project Centre for Composites Research @ Western and Jeff Wood, associate professor in Mechanical and Materials Engineering, discuss how the research facility will make London an international hub for composites research and development.
A small subset of the most intense droughts move across continents in predictable patterns, according to a new study published March 4 in the journal Geophysical Research Letters by researchers in Austria and the United States. The study could help improve projections of future drought, allowing for more effective planning.
The crowd went wild. When her classmates’ clapping and cheering died down, she made a graceful curtsy before taking her seat. I have only an inkling of the courage it took for her to go back and face that waitress, but her triumph over word stress and restaurants was a triumph for us all.
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The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) — in partnership with Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP and Smith & Nephew — is hosting the third annual new venture competition to showcase the nation’s best innovative medical device ideas by startup companies.
Thanks to a $1 million grant from a federally funded program and a unique partnership between global defense giant Raytheon Co. and UMass Lowell, researchers more hints at the Raytheon-UMass Lowell Research Institute (RURI) are helping bring the future of 3D-printed flexible electronics one step closer to reality.
Workers’ compensation insurance is required in nearly every state if you have employees. If you are a one-person company, in most states you can opt out of workers’ compensation coverage. But your client may require you to carry this coverage even if your state does not. The reason: In some states, if you’re injured on the job, your client must automatically cover you with its own workers’ compensation policy. Additionally, in some cases, your client’s insurance carrier will bill the client to cover all subcontractors that don’t provide their own certificate of coverage. Both situations mean higher premiums for your client.
External sounds come in little boxes called sound modules (or keyboards with their own great sounds). Sound modules have hundreds of high-quality patches that re-create every instrument in the orchestra, classic electronic sounds, spacey new synthesizer creations and sound effects. To use them, you send the MIDI back out from the sequencer program through the audio interface’s MIDI output and into the sound module. You then take the audio output from the sound module back into your computer via the line input on your audio interface and record it on a new audio track in the sequencer. It is now a real sound and is perfectly lined up with the other tracks.
Research led by Western Engineering professors Jeffrey Wood, Xianbin Wang and Weiming Shen is among three Western-led projects targeting smarter systems, better materials and safer roadways benefiting from a $22 million investment by Canada’s automotive research program, the AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence.
The recipient of ASCE’s 2017 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award – the San Diego County Water Authority’s Emergency and Carryover Storage Project – provides safe, reliable drinking water service for 3.2 million residents in a region susceptible to drought and earthquakes.
Thom is the youngest of three brothers that grew up in Northwestern Ohio, sons of a father who, during his 89 years in the quick, realized all of his major earthly aspirations. He married the girl of his dreams, sired sons to carry on the family name, was recognized as a respected design engineer, and become a 33rd-degree Mason. I dare say not many men pass beyond the veil of this life as fulfilled. I know I won’t. In addition, the father possessed the artistic ability of Norman Rockwell and was blessed with a lifetime golfing partner for a wife. The only shadow upon his years was the too soon passing of his spouse, a victim of Alzheimer’s disease. He remained mentally astute until the very end. All-in-all; a good life just as he designed and lived it, complete with daily martinis and chain pipe-smoking.