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From PPPL: "PPPL researchers successfully test new device that analyzes the surfaces of tokamak components within a vacuum"


PPPL

September 9, 2016
Raphael Rosen

Physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have successfully tested a new device that will lead to a better understanding of the interactions between ultrahot plasma contained within fusion facilities and the materials inside those facilities. 883 more words

Applied Research & Technology

E F Benson: Mapp and Lucia Revisited

In the last few months I have been becoming reacquainted with Emmeline Lucas (Lucia) and Elizabeth Mapp. A Christmas present of the complete 1985/6 London Weekend Television series on DVD prompted my excursion into nostalgia-land. 733 more words

Classics

FDA´s new policy regarding grouping of supplements for CMC changes

The US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Office of Pharmaceutical Quality (OPQ) released a new document outlining how supplements can be grouped together and submitted concurrently for the same chemistry, manufacturing and controls (CMC) changes. 469 more words

Regulatory

A Little of This and A Little of That

When Iron Man hands ruin perfectly good photographs

So here’s one of our pics from the photoshoot. That’s the kid in all his ham-handed glory. I have ordered, received and mailed our Christmas cards so they’ll only be marginally late. 562 more words

General

Police Cars With Drones Says Microsoft

Reminiscent of KITT through the 1980’s TV series “Knight Rider,” Microsoft’s Advanced Patrol Platform (MAPP) car has everything – drone included. The MAPP car is built to provide cops with all of the information that they can need in a elegant interface, constructed into a patrol car and accessible while on an officer’s mobile device. 215 more words

Drones

Positive Psychology and Me: Confessions of a Science Fanboy

So on most other days, I´m trying to write super-smart and meaningful stuff here, educating people about the science of Positive Psychology. This is not… 300 more words

Positive Psychology Insights