FLOOD EVACUATION SYSTEM

submitted by: Boukhari
This System can help every country has problem of flood . Page d’essai de(F.E.S) -FLOOD EVACUATION SYSTEM (F.E.S) -SYSTEME D’EVACUATION DES EAUX DES INONDATIONS (S.E.E.I) .1) Définition du système : -1-Définition générale ; C’est un phénomène naturel de crue d'eau qui Déborde et submerge les terrains et habitation environnants. Elle peut-être bénéfique quand elle est lente, mais destructive lorsqu elle est rapide selon les pluies....

Bringing the Future to the Present: Flexible Macroelectronics

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Cell phones that can bend and roll? University of Maryland undergraduates Jonathan Chung and Ed Dechamphai are studying how to do that with flexible macroelectronics. Chung won the grand-prize in Texas Instruments’ 2008 national Vision for Voice Video Contest for his idea, "Visualizing the Translation," using flexible macroelectronics technology. Chung, entering his junior year at Maryland in the fall, proposed a unique pair of glasses that could display a real-time translated foreign...

Some prefer blue jeans...RGD prefers disease genes

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Who knew you could find disease genes without even stepping into the laboratory? This video provides a tutorial on how to utilize the Disease Portals on the Rat Genome Database website at http://rgd.mcw.edu/wg/portals . These portals allow you to search for disease, phenotype, biological process, and pathway specific rat, mouse, and human genes and data. See our RGD website at http://rgd.mcw.edu for more information and tools for researchers...

Photolithography

submitted by: eternes

University of Maryland undergraduate Kyu Jang studies materials that might help him design cars of the future.

Thin-Film Deposition - The Next Generation of Video Games

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A University of Maryland physics major takes you into his lab to show you how the little films that create video games are made.

The Real Lab: Orthopaedic Mechanobiology

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University of Maryland students take a fun look into the "real lab" life of three biomechanical engineering undergraduates who research how engineering and biology can help our health.