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Global Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing Industry Applications, Growth, Demands, Trends, Insights and Forecasts by 2015


The global Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing (DFOS) market is also analyzed according to its regional distribution. In this section the report discusses and evaluates the performance registered by the Distributed Fibre Optic Sensing (DFOS) market and factors impacting its growth across the key regional markets. 71 more words

ClearCut California Baby Super Sensitive Shampoo Bodywash with Conditioner

Right here is splendid news for individuals who enjoy duck meat. Duck meat and fat is nutritious. You can easily appreciate duck meat and dishes prepared in duck fat without any doubt. 301 more words

THE TRUTH ABOUT INTERESTEV*

Interestev: v. to sense an exciting subset(s) which can maintain attention and/or curiosity frequently because samer subset(s) is (new and/or strange) and/or (pleasant and/or deviant) 286 more words

Common Sense

RTBTLink - connecting multiple Intel Edisons via Bluetooth

Currently working on a wearable system that uses a bunch of Intel Edisons to communicate via WiFi to a data collection device. However, I also want to be able to use Bluetooth as an alternative to WiFi as it is more appropriate for some applications. 165 more words

Intel Edison

Nanoparticles for imaging and sensing in biology

This is the title of a 3x1H45 course which I will give early SeptemberĀ at the European School On Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies (ESONN) in Grenoble. 181 more words

Bionano

Six Things Writers Should Know About the Myers-Briggs Distinction I(N)tuition and (S)ensing

This post is number 2 in a series about Myers-Briggs types, and will highlight six things writers should know about how their characters will generally favor either sensing or intuition. 556 more words

On The Writing Process

Alexandrina Brant reblogged this on Miss Alexandrina and commented:

Reblog from writer Victoria Grefer about characteristics of Meyers-Briggs Intuitive v Sensing personalities. As an INFJ and a writer, I find this series interesting and helpful.

Six Things Writers Should Know About the Myers-Briggs Distinction I(N)tuition and (S)ensing

This post is number 2 in a series about Myers-Briggs types, and will highlight six things writers should know about how their characters will generally favor either sensing or intuition. 556 more words

On The Writing Process