ASL Designs Sediment Transport Measurement System
ASL Environmental Sciences of Sidney, BC Canada has received an order from the Geological Survey of Canada (Pacific Geoscience Centre), for the provision of a custom sediment transport measurement system for deployment in the Fraser River delta foreslope area of the(Added: Mon Feb 11 2002)
BRUNEL UNIVERSITY INVENTOR SHORTLISTED FOR FEMALE INVENTOR AWARD
The need to carry a mobile phone or pick up a TV remote control to switch channels could soon be a thing of the past due to an innovative fabric, which has propelled a Brunel University inventor into the British Female Inventor of the Year Awards to be held in London on 7 February.
Textile Design(Added: Wed Jan 30 2002)
UK’S FEMALE INVENTORS STRIVE FOR TOP INVENTION AWARD
The countdown has begun to the British Female Inventor of the Year Awards 2002 event on
7 February at Café Royal, London, where female inventors of a broad range of products and processes compete for top honours.
There are a variety of inventions up for the Patent Office sponsor(Added: Tue Jan 15 2002)
I want a divorce on New Years Eve
What a way to start the New Year
Divorce-Online the UK online divorce service reports a customer purchasing one of their divorce packages at ten to midnight on New Years Eve.
The customer who was from Wales carried on a tradition that has happened very year since the service launched in 1999 o(Added: Tue Jan 01 2002)
Able Seamen? Purse Seines Caught 80%-90% of Vulnerable Salmon
Research indicates that purse seines caught 80%-90% of the vulnerable migrating salmon present in Johnstone Strait during what were commonly 48- or 72-hour fishing openings:
In British Columbia, Canada, salmon purse seiners line up at fishing access points, forming well defined queues. These que(Added: Sat Nov 24 2001)
Technics launch 30th anniversary legacy website
This year Technics, the renowned audio sub-brand of Panasonic celebrates its 30th anniversary. Over the last 21 years, Technics has been at the epicentre of musical culture, with its SL1200 series of turntables being the favourite of DJ's since scratching and spinning began.
The a(Added: Tue Nov 13 2001)
Global Warming and Ozone Loss are Natural
Global warming and ozone loss are natural claims environmental author Chris James.
In his new book "Jagged Environment" (http://www.jaggedenvironment.com/) he maintains that "Global warming and ozone loss are part of an interdependent, cyclical process, and since global warming is independent of(Added: Tue Nov 13 2001)
WESTLAND AIRCRAFT HISTORY RELEASED
An outstanding collection of aviation history from the archives of Westland, one of the longest standing names surviving in British Aviation has been released by Archive Britain.
The CD-ROM traces the progress of Westland from its foundation by the Yeovil firm Petter Oil Engines Ltd during the F(Added: Wed Nov 07 2001)
Another AUV Application for ASL’s Ice Profiler™
Dr. Fukamachi of Hokkaido University, Japan has ordered a modified version of ASL Environmental Sciences’ Ice Profiler™ for installation aboard an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) owned by KDDI Corporation and manufactured by Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co, Ltd. of Tokyo.
T(Added: Thu Nov 01 2001)
ASL Goes "Over-the-Top"
ASL Goes "Over-the-Top"
ASL Environmental Sciences of Sidney, BC, Canada, is preparing the physical environmental portions of the Environmental Impact documents for the proposed marine-based gas pipeline from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to a landfall site on the Canadian coast of the Beaufort Sea (the Ov(Added: Wed Oct 24 2001)
NEW FOCUS AWARDS WILL CONTINUE TO HONOR BEST OPTICS STUDENTS
NEW FOCUS AWARDS WILL CONTINUE TO HONOR
BEST AND BRIGHTEST STUDENTS IN OPTICS.
Long Beach, CA. The Optical Society of America (OSA) has announced that, in spite of recent international events, the 4th annual New Focus Student Awards ceremony will take place as previously planned on Tuesday, Oc(Added: Mon Oct 08 2001)
The Advent of A Great Awakening
London October 2nd 2001
A Course in Miracles at
Saint Mary of Woolnoth Church ..
Corner of King William and Lombard Street
Wednesday October the 10th 7 PM London EC 3
(Bank Tube exit 5)
For More Details Phone Christina Jonker
21 Clifton Avenue Finchly Central
London (Added: Tue Oct 02 2001)
IFSA Celebrates 2-year Anniversary
TORONTO, Canada - In August 2001, International Frequency Sensor
Association (IFSA) has celebrated its second anniversary, making it one of
the most experienced professional association in the world.
"When IFSA was founded in 1999, a few international cooperations related to
frequency-tim(Added: Fri Sep 28 2001)
Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences - An Enlightened Journal
Photochemistry and Photobiology are growing areas of scientific importance. For example, the period 1995 to 2000 has seen a growth in citations of approximately 40% in the areas of photobiology and approximately 25% in photochemistry. Research is increasing into the interaction of the environment (Added: Tue Sep 18 2001)
Getting to the heart of Alzheimer's disease
Over 35% of 85 year-olds suffer some sort of dementia, Alzheimer's disease being the most common. It is predicted that by 2025, 22 million people will fall victim to this devastating disease.
A leading group of Alzheimer's disease researchers led by Dr Chris Eckman at the Mayo Clinic in Jackson(Added: Sun Sep 16 2001)
Relaunch of Naturejobs.com maintains commitment to scientific community
Naturejobs, the free careers resource of the Nature Publishing Group, relaunches Naturejobs.com on the 6th of September. Several novel features have been engineered, including Job-Alerts (up-to-date job postings tailored to users job searches by e-mail) and sophisticated resume/C.V. tools, allowing(Added: Wed Sep 05 2001)
ASL Delivers Ice Profilers to Russia
ASL Environmental Sciences of Sidney, BC Canada, today announced the sale of two of its Ice Profiler™ upward looking sonar instruments to the State Institution Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (SI AARI) of St. Petersburg, Russia.
ASL has also been contracted to deploy these instrumen(Added: Tue Sep 04 2001)
New Photography Distinctions
We are pleased to announce that for the very first time Photographers can apply for ASSOCIATE and FELLOWSHIP awards in the field of Internet Photography. Any Photographer who has their own current web site can apply, and these distinctions will conform to International Exhibition standards.
Th(Added: Wed Aug 22 2001)
Optimization Software to the Rescue
Optimization Software to the Rescue Tenrox launches Projeca 6.5, a Workflow based enterprise optimization software for project and service oriented organizations
Montreal, Canada – August 14, 2001
Tenrox, The Enterprise Optimization Company, today launched Projeca 6.5, an enterprise-wid(Added: Wed Aug 22 2001)
European Legislation Drives Growth of Diesel Fuel Additives Market
European legislation to reduce the pollution from diesel cars across Europe will be a significant driver in the growth of the European diesel fuel additives market. According to new research by international market analysts Frost & Sullivan, the market valued today at $260 million is forecast to gr(Added: Wed Aug 22 2001)
Disaster Eminent at North Pole
For Immediate Release:
Disaster Eminent at North Pole
A census taker reported that this could be the last Christmas. D. Cypher, who lives near Santa Claus, Indiana in the US reported that recent events in the UK, US and around the world may impact Christmas.
When questioned further D. Cy(Added: Tue Aug 21 2001)
ART Ports Voice Recognition Engine to Analog Devices’ DSPs
ART joins ADI’s third party DSP collaborative
Contact: Yakov Shulman
ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Ltd.
+972-3-642-7242, ext. 121
ART, Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc.
Atl(Added: Tue Aug 21 2001)
Mathematical Modelling 1980 - 2001
For details of my current projects, please go to http://www.inverse-problems.com/projects
The graphics referred to below can also be found there.
I have written this history of my mathematical modelling experience, partly in
response to acade(Added: Mon Aug 20 2001)
Chiropractic Correction of Upper Neck Injury May Help Reverse Multiple Sclerosis
A recent case study, published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research (JVSR.com), is the first to show that correction of upper neck injuries may reverse the progression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
The research was performed by Erin Elster, D.C., an Upper Cervical chiropractic speciali(Added: Fri Aug 17 2001)
Do you have an Inverse Problem?
Do you have an Inverse Problem?
By Bob Marlow, Loughborough University
Did you ever play with a thing called a "Puzzle Box" in your
physics class? It was a wooden box with 4 or more sockets on top,
and inside the box the sockets were connected by resistors,
capacitors and the like. You were(Added: Sun Aug 05 2001)