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Raman spectroscopy works with LIDAR signals in technological harmony, combining remote sensors and in situ probes with great precision. For Wang, this inclusive approach has numerous, practical advantages: “The synergy of in situ sampling and Raman-LIDAR provides a better tool to characterise aerosol and water vapour distributions over complex terrain or surrounding clouds”. The Wyoming King Air PBL Exploratory Experiment (KAPEE) has played an invaluable part in this integrated study by facilitating the collection of data from different platforms to be used in specialist studies of the atmosphere, and the work at Wyoming has certainly been enriched by the strong comparisons enabled from this direction of study… …She’s certainly no stunner to look at, with her Sunstone Haze Red colouring. However, designed for people who live in smaller spaces, the AUA3820 is meant to be hidden away, so it’s what’s inside that counts. Fortunately, once you ignore its peaky exterior, it becomes easy to see that this is a nifty little beast designed for comfort and convenience…  …Within a matter of decades, the Internet has gone from being a specialist technological concept, to an essential part of modern culture and everyday life. Such a swift rise to significance has left little opportunity to establish a definitive, international set of guidelines when it comes to using this powerful resource in a fair manner, leaving great unanswered questions regarding the culture of the Internet, the responsibility or those who use it and the common values upon which this important resource should be built… …Crucially, Malbranche’s research infrastructure is not about eliminating competition; rather, it is designed to sculpt the best environment from which inspiring competition can flourish by eliminating unnecessary duplication of work and articulating new strategies for progress. The Sophia Research Infrastructure brings together thinkers from various institutions and organisations with a view to address eight core topics and technologies that acknowledge the diversity of PV, with specialist objectives that range from initialising, developing and supervising the materials used in PV to enriching existing understandings of Cell Modelling and Module Lifetime prediction. As part of this desire to foster a more creative and dynamic environment, Malbranche and his colleagues have articulated three core structural aims. These are: the opening of dialogues, the sharing of resources, and the initiation of collaborative research goals… …Entering the world of professional performance is a big commitment for you and your child. The atmosphere at auditions, castings and on online forums such as Not a Pushy Mum can be incredibly supportive, but this is an incredibly competitive world. On top of this, although the work is paid, there’s a fair chance that you’ll spend far more than you’ll earn. Think hard about your reasons for persevering, and make sure the experience remains enjoyable and enriching for both you and your young actor… …Indeed, what is fascinating about Mueller’s work is that it forces us to consider the values we place at the centre of the culture of the internet, and urges us to evaluate how new technology can threaten or protect our interactions within this giant and important resource. At the heart of this thorough, unbiased project is a refreshing new take on the relationship between policy and regulations and technology, which criticises old understandings for being misled. Crucially, Mueller challenges the image of technology and regulation as two separate entities working in competition with each other. Instead, the researcher has a vision of independence, where our values and our technologies are in a constant dialogue. Mueller articulates: “Technology and regulation can disrupt and divert each other or facilitate and reinforce each other – but they always inhabit the same world.” Mueller’s image of a co-productive system of innovation is one of great importance when we consider how policy can govern the ways in which we operate the Internet… …The last time our courts truly focused on performance licensing was back in 1963, when people were first humming along to Be My Baby, and the second Children and Young Persons Act came into effect. A lot has changed in the performance industry since then, but our legislation has remained pretty static and is certainly in need of a review… …Birmingham’s Selfridges is an iconic store. Wrapped in giant bubble-wrap, it fuses state of the art architecture with forward thinking attitudes on retail. From the architecture to the products, everything is designed to the highest of standards so it truly is a store in tune with the twenty-first century. Here, the experience of buying and owning is belittled by the exciting and vibrant moments spent actually shopping…. …Throughout the development of this innovative new piece of price calculation software, the team behind WELD-IT has kept the unique demands of the welding industry firmly in mind, ensuring that they are constantly working to develop a product that will be suitable for the market. Indeed, while recent years have seen the development of basic welding-specific software programmes, WELD-IT’s software is built on a strong and stable foundation of nuanced market research and an in-depth analysis of existing literature, and is designed to support welding experts by presenting calculations that indicate the optimal welding process with a long-term perspective… This focus on the influence of the ozone may be relatively recent, but there is plenty of evidence that supports Westergren-Thorsson’s claim, linking the ozone with not only asthma, but also emphysema and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). In these important observations, Westergren-Thorsson draws on a number of studies into the adverse effects of air pollution, which were conducted during severe pollution episodes in London and East Coast USA in the mid-twentieth century. At this point, it is worth noting that respiratory diseases are not confined to the Western world; rather, lung disorders are also evident in developing countries where, according to Westergren-Thorsson, they “pose a significant global health problem and socioeconomic burden”. Regardless of the financial condition of a country, even a seemingly minute alteration to the ozone correlates with decreased lung function, as this small change in conditions can generate more asthma attacks, respiratory illness and hospital admissions. The urgent nature of the Biomediniskt centre’s work becomes evident as Westergren-Thorsson stresses how problems caused by changes to the ozone do not merely contributing to existing disorders, but also increase instances of mortality through cardiorespiratory failure…Traditionally, the relationship between European forests and the packaging industry has been remarkably strong. Over a third of the packaging in the global market has its origins in forests, and around 40 per cent of the paper and board produced from this natural resource go directly into the packaging market. Indeed, the relationship between the two fields is an incredibly important one, yet as consumer patterns and packaging technologies change, there is no time at all for complacency as far as raw material providers are concerned. Indeed, the material choices and scientific methods employed in supplying materials for the packaging market must be vigorously explored in a spirit of innovation and competition if the European forestry industry is going to maintain its strong position as we head into the future… …Aside from genetic variance, the work at Wood’s foundation has also uncovered a number of sociological factors that play a part in influencing burn treatment. Such nuances have become greatly apparent in Wood’s study of young burn victims, causing the professor to argue that: “Burns in children present a serious challenge for patients, parents and doctors”. Turning a keen eye towards investigating the effect of scars on body image, Wood has mapped out the reactions and intentions of young patients, parents and surgeons. Taking a case series of 21, the survey brought questionnaire results together with medical record reviews, to explore how certain variables played a part in affecting a the desire for reconstruction across the three different groups. The results revealed that surgeons and parents were notably more enthusiastic about reconstructive surgery than paediatric patients. As the study developed, another strong sociological consideration became evident, as all three groups were more likely to desire surgery for girls; aesthetic distinctions also emerged, as surgeons were more likely to call for surgery when scars were visible, and patients and parents were more desirous for operations on hidden scars… …French’s research into how organisations respond to contaminants within soil found that many authorities see natural remediation as an appropriate solution to the release of pollutant substances into the ground. While taking advantage of a natural process in order to diffuse a potentially dangerous situation can certainly be said to be cost and labour efficient, French urges authorities to carefully monitor the subsurface in order to ensure that any pollution is handled in a responsible and sustainable way. With a view to making any efforts here as effective as possible, the SoilCAM team evaluates traditional methods of soil and groundwater sampling. French focuses on studies that obtain figures on soil pollution using groundwater samples taken from wells. Here, she notes that such methods have the potential to miss the contaminant flow paths due to the heterogeneity of the soil. Such oversights indicate that new strategies need to be employed if we want to efficiently monitor patterns of remediation… …In light of this collaborative focus, another key development to come out of the TU Delft Climate Institute has been Raingain, a European-wide project that incorporates radar technologies to measure rapid rainfall peaks within urban areas. In Russchenberg’s view, the methods we employ to predict rainfall simply have to change in order to gain a strong insight into flooding. In turn, this knowledge will inform the development of countermeasures. The group has found that current forecasting tools lead to inadequate results and Russchenberg articulates, “it still impossible to predict the timing, location and intensity of extreme events with useful accuracy.” Now, the team is focusing attention on how we can isolate the data that takes account of urban factors through the use of specialist equipment, including X-band radars, disdrometers and wind profilers… …Just as the behaviour of lupin legumes brings Murray’s team closer to fully mapping out genetic understandings of symbiosis, studies of cell mutation have enabled the group to develop their studies of standard cell behaviour. Alongside finely-tuned explorations of the types of genetic make-up that make symbiosis possible, the researchers are also exploring cases of mutation in order to shed new light upon the development of nodules. While, in this case, specific genes are yet to be identified, the team is experimenting with how to restrict intracellular infection at an early stage. By exploring such patterns of mutation, Murray’s group has been able to thoroughly interrogate the effect of the gene, a mode of thinking that has enabled the team to explore the interdependent nature of infection and nodule organogenesis… In Maine, Wagner’s group has wisely researched and articulated mutual aims in order to cultivate a balanced system based on the nuance of the timber industry. As the team prioritise multi-disciplined, collaborative thinking, their involvement in a national initiative with a similar focus seems like a natural progression. Wagner’s work in Maine attracted the attention of the Center for Advanced Forestry Systems, a group that initially comprised of four universities from across the USA. Now the Center has nine partner institutions, and the organisation oversees research that echoes the CFRU’s core values in its work across the continent as it endeavours to solve complex problems that affect the timber industry across the United States. With this in mind, Maine University’s status as a partner here seems like an incredible logical decision, with Wagner articulating that: ‘The decision for the University of Maine to join CAFS was an easy one.’…

 

 

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