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Finally, Someone Is Disrupting The Towel http://trib.al/vIfGrZr
Showering is great, I'm a big fan. But drying off? Laaaaammmmmeeee. All that towelling, it's enough to make you need another shower, am I right? New..
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Solar Powered Flying Microbots
Roboticists have long used insects, fish and small animals as ideal models for building small robots leading to innovations in areas including entomology, computing and electrical engineering. A Co...
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Meet Roy Choi. He’s a Glass Explorer, co-founder of Kogi BBQ, and the world famous chef behind the gourmet food truck movement. Step into the kitchen with Roy as he puts a new spin on Irish cooking for St. Patrick’s day. Warning: You may will be hungry after watching this film. 

Drooling yet? Well, the Kogi truck will be serving the limited edition East Los Leprechaun Burrito in Los Angeles next week. You can keep tabs on the truck’s schedule at: http://kogibbq.com/. 
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"University of Georgia researchers led by Yiping Zhao recently published three papers documenting a simple method to fabricate metamaterials that could lead to industrial-scale production. The first two studies appeared in the journal Nano Letters and the third in the March issue of Advanced Optical Materials.
Zhao is a professor in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences department of physics and astronomy and director of the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center. His co-authors on the studies were research assistants George Larsen, Yizhuo He and Whitney Ingram.
"What we do in the lab is try to think about simple, scalable methods," said Larsen, who along with He is supported by the National Science Foundation. Ingram is an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Minority Ph.D. Scholar and a Southern Regional Educational Board State Doctoral Scholar. "Metamaterials depend on good optical properties and precise arrangements, so our work interfaces with nanotechnology and microtechnology because we design these structures smaller than the wavelength of light."
Most materials in nature take their properties from the atoms of which they are made-we can see through glass because it is made from silicon dioxide, which has an atomic structure that does not impede visible light. Scientists can arrange matter to interact differently with light, or to interact in specific ways. The resulting metamaterials take their properties both from their structure and the materials from which they are made.
A specific class of metamaterials, known as chiral metamaterials, represents an opportunity to design structures that interact with polarized light, holding all manner of possibility for new methods for sensing and detection on the molecular level. Chirality, or the lack of mirror image symmetry, is a hallmark of living systems and represents one of the unsolved mysteries in science".
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So can you please explain exactly what a fractal is?? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fractal
 
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Trip to center of hybrid fractal: http://youtu.be/E91yxk_pT_A
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Recent studies have shown that rice is custom-built to pull a number of metals from the soil, among them mercury and even tungsten. The findings have led to a new push by scientists and growers to make the grain less susceptible to metal contamination.

The highest levels often occur in brown rice, because elements like arsenic accumulate in bran and husk, which are polished off in the processing of white rice. The Department of Agriculture estimates that on average arsenic levels are 10 times as high in rice bran as in polished rice.
The rice plant is one of nature’s great metal scavengers, with potential health consequences for consumers.
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CSS Shapes Editor for Brackets
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Cool animated infographic!
 
Cheetah: Nature’s Speed Machine

The cheetah is a large feline inhabiting most of Africa and parts of the Middle East.
The cheetah can run faster than any other land animal, as fast as 112 to 120 km/h in short bursts covering distances up to 500 m, and has the ability to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in three seconds.

Jacob O'Neal created a nice animated infographic into which you can find many information about this splendid feline.

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http://animagraffs.com/cheetah-natures-speed-machine/


#nature #feline #animals #science 
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Emerging Technologies, Mobile, Wireless, Online
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  • Avanti Interactive LLC
    Emerging Technologies, Mobile, Wireless, Online, present
  • ImpreMedia
  • La Opinion
  • Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewery
  • Suelas Italia
  • Amicus Financial
  • Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Tecoman
  • Zappa Commerce
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Los Angeles
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Guadalajara and San Diego - Guadalajara, Mexico - San Diego, California - Berkeley, California - Los Angeles, California - Winchester, England - Washington, D.C. - Madrid, Spain
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Emilio Castellanos is Co-Founder of Avanti Interactive, LLC, a company dedicated to helping businesses grow by implementing mobile, online content, social media and marketing strategies that create new revenue streams and extend brands, products and services across the new and changing market ecosystem.
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I love to implement mobile, online content, and social media and marketing strategies that create new revenue streams and extend brands, products and services across the new and changing market ecosystem. My experience includes entrepreneurship, online, mobile, social media, marketing, the Hispanic US market, international business, business development, negotiation, administration, finance, editorial content and publishing. Specialties: Strategic thinking; new business initiatives; online, mobile, multimedia marketing; social media, PR; Business Development; Hispanic market; staff and project management; systems analysis and design; financial analysis and projections; sales; contract negotiation; advertising, creative branding and graphic design, import - export logistics, letters of credit; editorial online content, trade shows; computer networks; Drupal, Macromedia, Adobe, UNIX, MySQL, PHP, Javascript.
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  • UC Berkeley
  • ITESM
  • American University
  • La Jolla High School
  • German School of Guadalajara
  • La Jolla School of Advertising Art
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