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Know Your Neurons: The Discovery and Naming of the Neuron
Different Types of Neurons (click to enlarge). A. Purkinje cell B. Granule cell C. Motor neuron D. Tripolar neuron E. Pyramidal Cell F. Chandelier cell G. Spindle neuron H. Stellate cell (Credit: Ferris Jabr; based on reconstructions and drawings by ...
Construction photo of the Orange County Government Center from the Archives of ...
Elected officials in Goshen, N.Y., voted Thursday against a resolution to demolish and replace the Orange County Government Center by Paul Rudolph, a late-1960s building in the small Hudson Valley town that sparked debate on the value of modern ...
An Inconvenient Lawsuit: Teenagers Take Global Warming to the Courts
Wilkins granted a motion to intervene in the case by the National Association of Manufacturers, joined by Delta Construction Company, Dalton Trucking Inc., Southern California Contractors Association, and the California Dump Truck Owners Association.
Cross-Cultural Communication and Social Innovation, Part 3
Simply stated, people are coming up with answers to social problems amongst themselves or in relatively small groups, and largely due to new technological platforms, are sharing these solutions with the world. In turn, solutions can be honed by an ...
Robots, Platinum, and Tiny Space Telescopes: The Pitch for Mining Asteroids
President-elect Donald J. Trump and his vice president Mike Pence are claiming a victory in Indiana, where air-conditioning company Carrier and its parent, United Technologies, have announced that they are planning to keep “close to 1,000 jobs” in Indiana.
Former USF engineering dean Mike Kovac dies at 70
It started in 1996, when USF engineering professors led by Mr. Kovac helped persuade a semiconductor company, Cirent, to expand a computer chip plant in Florida.
MIT professor's lab produces LiquiGlide, a speedy coating for ketchup bottle
As a mechanical engineer who develops nano-engineered surfaces and coating technologies, Varanasi usually works on large-scale energy and water projects, like developing surfaces that keep ice off wind turbines and airplanes, or dust off of solar panels.
Sweet liquid that flavors restaurant drinks treats Clearwater sewage, too
The sugary blend's high levels of carbon made it perfect to treat the sewage, said David Porter, the city wastewater environmental technologies manager. The idea worked well for Monin, too. At its factory off Belcher Road in north Clearwater, Monin had ...