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Collaborative visit to Mexico

During last week (13.02.17-17.02.17), part of Swansea University team of PhycoPigment project (Innovate Uk- Newton-CONACYT), Dr Claudio Fuentes-Grunewald  and Dr Bob Lovitt visited INECOL and Tecnológico de Monterrey facilities in Mexico. 58 more words

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Smoke Taint in Berries and Wine: What can we do about it?

Non-invasive smoke-taint detection in berries from grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) using near infrared spectroscopy and machine learning models

I have been spending some whole nighters working on this topic due to recent news about extensive bush fires in Chile and in New South Wales, in January and February 2017 respectively. 840 more words

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The Next Project

It’s time for a new project – let’s see if I can apply what I’ve learned.

Since I’m terrible at learning things by heart, I’ve always struggled with amino acid formulas and letter codes. 105 more words

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Logo Design Sketches

For my logo design I wanted to create a company name that I could create or base images off of to help portray the idea of the company.

CLOSE UP & PERSONAL

As I began this process of macro/close up shooting, I realized that it is a lot more difficult than it seems. However, I had such a wonderful time learning the type of close up skills my camera had, and how I could make the photos much more crisp and clean in Photoshop! 244 more words

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The Final...

The first project is coming to a close…

Tomorrow…

The fifth and final stage of this logo’s evolution is complete.

The differences? The EGMS abbreviation is gone, for the client expressed that the font used to make the abbreviation was too modern and clashed with the overall feel they were looking for. 120 more words

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Fitness center first of many new projects

Originally published in The Nevada Sagebrush on Feb. 21 2017

http://nevadasagebrush.com/blog/2017/02/21/fitness-center-first-of-many-new-projects/

With the completion of the E.L. Wiegand Fitness Center on campus at the University of Nevada, Reno, the university looks to new capital improvement projects. 654 more words

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