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Internet Sleeps (1 of 2)

Internet Sleeps (1 of 2)
This GIF shows how the Internet "sleeps" in some places but not others.

Contact: Robert Perkins
perkinsr@usc.edu
213-740-9226
University of Southern California

Internet Sleeps (2 of 2)

Internet Sleeps (2 of 2)
The Internet "sleeps" -- but not everywhere. Find out why.

Contact: Robert Perkins
perkinsr@usc.edu
213-740-9226
University of Southern California

Visio.M All-Electric Car

Visio.M All-Electric Car
Visio.M: lightweight, highly efficient and safe, with timeless, modern and functional design. 15 kW are enough to reach a top speed of 120 km/h (75 mph).

Contact: Dr. Andreas Battenberg
battenberg@zv.tum.de
49-892-891-0510
Technische Universitaet Muenchen

Frozen Meal vs. QSR

Frozen Meal vs. QSR
Data indicate that people who report eating frozen meals over QSRs have a higher Healthy Eating Index (HEI) score, eat fewer calories per day as well as lower amounts of saturated fat.

Contact: Allison Szeliga
allison.szeliga@interfusecomms.com
646-935-4161
Ketchum New York

User-Friendly Electronic 'EyeCane' Enhances Navigational Abilities for the Blind

User-Friendly Electronic 'EyeCane' Enhances Navigational Abilities for the Blind
This is a flow chart depicting the use of the device and an illustration of a user. Note the two sensor beams, one pointing directly ahead, and one pointing towards the ground for obstacle detection.

Contact: Daphne Watrin
d.watrin@iospress.nl
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IOS Press

Microlasers (1 of 2)

Microlasers (1 of 2)
Two circular Raman lasers are coupled and supplied with energy through an optical fiber (see yellow line).

Contact: Florian Aigner
florian.aigner@tuwien.ac.at
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Vienna University of Technology

Microlasers (2 of 2)

Microlasers (2 of 2)
When adding loss to one of the lasers by an absorbing object like the scatterer on the right, the coupled system begins to lase and emits a coherent beam of light (see red line).

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Vienna University of Technology

Nanoparticles and Markers

Nanoparticles and Markers
This image depicts biodegradable polymeric nanoparticles (a), tests to analyze short-term memory in transgenic mice with Alzheimer (b) and markers to analyze neurogenesis (c and d).

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University of the Basque Country

1946 Tsunami

1946 Tsunami
Hawaii's evacuation maps are based in part on the 1946 tsunami, the most destructive tsunami in Hawaii's recent history. But new research shows that mammoth tsunamis, many times the size of the 1946 ...

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American Geophysical Union

Fish Play

Fish Play
A cichlid fish strikes a bottom-weighted thermometer that would immediately right itself. It was often struck repeatedly in bouts.

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University of Tennessee at Knoxville

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