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Here for a reason: GOODBYE STRANGER by Rebecca Stead

Stead, Rebecca. Goodbye Stranger. Read by Kimberly Farr, Meera Simhan, and Kirby Heyborne. Wendy Lamb Books, 2015. 289 pages/6 hours and 59 minutes. Hardcover $14.59, ISBN 978-0-375-99098-4; hardcover (library binding) $19.99, ISBN 978-0-375-99098-4; PLB $13.06, ISBN 978-1-53791-774-0; TR $6.84, ISBN 978-0-307-98086-1… 222 more words

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The Person Behind the Robe

December 2

With all the needles poking at by body by the technicians in red, nurses in blue, and then those long sticks the doctors in white place down my throat. 198 more words

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Pinky: a technician’s technician

Written by Andy Connelly. First published in The Journal Autumn 2017. Published here 27th November 2017.

It was the decade of the first genetically modified food, of genetic sequencing, and of Dolly the sheep. 1,137 more words

Technicians

Denis Papin – a technician under pressure

Written by Andy Connelly. First published in The Journal Autumn 2017. Published here 27th November 2017

The recent announcement of the 2nd annual Papin Awards for technicians makes now a good time to talk about Denis Papin, who he was and why it is so appropriate that his name is used for an awards series celebrating technicians. 2,050 more words

Technicians

Sam McCormack’s #TechnicianJourney

First published in The Journal Autumn 2017. Published here 27th November 2017

Samantha recently gained a special commendation at the Papin Awards for her work as a Simulation Technician*. 1,130 more words

Technicians

British water utilities admit they use divining rods to find leaks

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Ten out of 12 water utilities in the United Kingdom admitted that their technicians use divining rods to find underground leaks or water pipes, according to an… 283 more words

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British water utilities admit they use divining rods to find leaks

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Ten out of 12 water utilities in the United Kingdom admitted that their technicians use divining rods to find underground leaks or water pipes, according to an… 283 more words

Technology