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PROBESProcesses and Resources Of the Bering Sea Shelf
PROBESPuerto Rico Ocean Bottom Earthquake Survey (geology)
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Keeley, an author, consultant, and former science program director and teacher, and Tucker, a science educator, waste reduction education coordinator, and consultant, offer 32 formative assessment probes in Earth and environmental science, designed to uncover preconceptions students in grades three to 12 bring to their learning and identify misunderstandings they develop during instruction.
BBH administration filed a complaint against Pak Med Enterprises who had provided one of the two Probes which was stolen from the hospital.
To avoid flow interference between the probes, the isokinetic reference probe and the test probe were separated by 71.75 inches, or 287 times the diameter of the upstream probe.
Each of the new FDA-cleared probes offers distinct advantages, depending on a surgeon's particular procedural needs: SideFire Select is a directional laser for contoured ablation of targets while preserving adjacent healthy tissue, whereas the FullFire Select is a diffusing laser designed to provide fast, volumetric ablation in a concentric zone of hyperthermia.
For examiner 2, the results of the t-test for independent samples (p < 0.01) showed no statistically significant differences between the initial and repeated probes for the following variables:
Unfortunately, the geometry of microprobes is often not of the same high quality typical of macroscopic probes with ruby tips.
The LS Thermocouple Probes are ideal for taking quick and easy temperature measurement.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern University have developed, characterized, and modeled a new kind of probe used in atomic force microscopy (AFM), which images, measures, and manipulates matter at the nanoscale.
THE EUROPEAN Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is to issue an airworthiness directive for more that 200 Airbus aircraft to have their airspeed pitot probes replaced.
Washington, March 17 (ANI): A Purdue University claims to have developed probes that can help pinpoint the location of tumours, and may some day be used to directly attack cancer cells.