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NET Training Day: Whittington Hospital - 03/06/15

In June we congregated at the Whittington for a day focused on smoking cessation.


Dr Myra Stern welcomed us and set the scene by giving some context to the quit smoking debate and reframing smoking cessation as treatment for tobacco dependance. 4,402 more words

Training Days

Applying Windows 10 Provisioning Packages

With the release of Windows 10, we also seen the introduction of the Windows Image and Configuration Designer.  The WICD tool is the utility that allows us to create and modify provisioning packages or a provisioned Image build.  492 more words


We Should 3D Scan People

In a perfect futuristic world you have pre-emptive 3D scans of your specific anatomy. They’d be useful to compare changes in your body over time, and to have a pristine blueprint to aid in the event of a catastrophe. 1,233 more words

3d Printer Hacks

Short Bus Radio now available to Cumulus stations

Short Bus Radio is now available to Cumulus owned radio stations.

Are you a Cumulus station and your ready to change things up in your production and imaging sound? 386 more words

Advances in Lung Cancer Treatment

Lung cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, surpassing breast, prostate and pancreatic cancers combined. CTCA experts Dr. Daniel Nader, Dr. Edwin Watts, Dr. 27 more words


By Jove

As a visual and photographic spectacle, in my opinion Jupiter comes a close second to Saturn among the planets.  The so-called ‘King of the Planets’, Jupiter is more than twice as massive as all the others combined. 876 more words


Projection Microscopy I

There are Objectives and There are Objectives

For anyone who follows microscopy in only it’s modern form, it might seem as if it’s all been figured out and objectives are as fitted to the stand and needs of the microscopist as a key is to a lock. 791 more words