Director: David Fowler Writer: David Fowler Cast: Taylor Dianne Robinson, Matthew MacCaull, Matt Bellefleur Running Time: 98 mins “Welcome to the circle” is a recurring utterance in writer/director David Fowler’s debut feature of the same name. These words are addressed to anybody finding their way into an isolated woodland community whose few residents – Rebekah
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“Bring it on, Shocker!” Following Kamen Rider Neo 1 comes Kamen Rider Neo 2,with the Shinkocchou Seihou system that brings you the most realistically posable action figures ever made! Remodeled Cyclone “Masked Rider,” Bandai S.H. Figuarts S.H. Figurarts presents the Cyclone (Remodeled Ver.) motorcycle as seen in the original 1971 Kamen Rider TV series! Takeshi
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IMAGE: The nanoscale terahertz wave generator can be implemented on flexible substrates. © EPFL / POWERlab view more  Credit: EPFL / POWERlab Terahertz (THz) waves fall between microwave and infrared radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum, oscillating at frequencies of between 100 billion and 30 trillion cycles per second. These waves are prized for their distinctive properties:
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IMAGE: EpiAlveolar™ can be used to study the health effects of different kinds of substances instead of conducting tests in which animals are confined to small tubes and forced to inhale… view more  Credit: PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. Ashland, Massachusetts – Researchers can now buy a first-of-its-kind human cell-based alveolar model to study the effects
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BETHLEHEM, Pa., USA: In line with the exceptional measures taken by Lehigh University to mitigate the risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19, the 2020 Lehigh Microscopy School, originally scheduled for May 31-June 5, 2020, in Bethlehem, Pa., has been canceled. The Lehigh Microscopy School, a week-long series of courses that keeps engineers, scientists, and
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IMAGE: Solid material capable of releasing hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and nitric oxide (NO) when exposed to air. view more  Credit: NIMS NIMS has developed a solid material capable of slowly releasing hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and nitric oxide (NO) when exposed to air. These gases can induce physiologically favorable effects at low concentrations (e.g., reducing inflammation and
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IMAGE: Professor Venkatesan (left) discussing the charge disproportionation mechanism with Dr Sreetosh Goswami (right). view more  Credit: National University of Singapore Over the last decade, artificial intelligence (AI) and its applications such as machine learning have gained pace to revolutionise many industries. As the world gathers more data, the computing power of hardware systems needs to
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“We found ourselves creeping ever forward towards, ‘Well, let’s just keeping putting more and more, and more, and more stuff in this game because we want to make it as good as we can,’” Casali says. “I think at that point we realized, ‘Okay, maybe this episodes thing, it was a good concept, but we’re
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KAIST researchers have developed a novel wearable strain sensor based on the modulation of optical transmittance of a carbon nanotube (CNT)-embedded elastomer. The sensor is capable of sensitive, stable, and continuous measurement of physical signals. This technology, featured in the March 4th issue of ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces as a front cover article, shows
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The unique structures of biological vision systems in nature inspired scientists to design ultracompact imaging systems. A research group led by Professor Ki-Hun Jeong have made an ultracompact camera that captures high-contrast and high-resolution images. Fully packaged with micro-optical elements such as inverted micro-lenses, multilayered pinhole arrays, and gap spacers on the image sensor, the
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