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Read—The Nature of Photographs

I bought this book a couple of years ago and did not think much of it at the time. I returned to it recently with new eyes, largely as a result of other readings and work I have done as part of the EYV course. 547 more words

Research & Reflection

Sake Bottles

I’ve remade the sake bottles in order to make them to look more Japanese (the bottles I did a couple years ago were meant for another  project and looked too much like European wine imho, even with the Japanese stickers I added). 26 more words

One (at Least) Screenshot Per Day

Playing with paper

In an effort to just make something, I’ve been periodically playing with different paper folds from Folding Techniques for Designers by Paul Jackson.
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Welcome back to School!

Estimadas familias,

Os damos la bienvenida a un nuevo curso escolar. Ya hemos hecho juntos un largo y bonito recorrido en la andadura de la Educación Primaria de vuestros hijos e hijas. 171 more words


Donald Emil Mikkola, Ph.D.

Title: Professor Emeritus
Company: Michigan Technological University
Location: Toivola, Michigan, United States

Donald Emil Mikkola, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus at Michigan Technological University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in metallurgical and materials engineering.

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Science Education

The Universe in Colour: The Meissner Effect

This isn’t an action shot of a cube of metal as it falls to the ground. This is real life levitation.

That cube of metal (actually it’s a magnet) is suspended in its position by its own magnetic field, and its interaction with the super-cooled superconductor beneath it. 201 more words