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That's what physicists at an IBM laboratory discovered while peering at an ellipse of atoms they had built on a copper surface.
MAGEC utilizes the Ellipse non-invasive remote control technology to vastly improve treatments and outcomes for children suffering with EOS.
Ellipse fronts Fabian Way, the main link between Swansea city centre and junction 42 of the M4.
Roschak, Ellipse Chief Executive Officer said, "We are delighted with the initial outcome of these first patients and look forward to a full U.
Harmonic s Ellipse 3100 encoder features simultaneous IP and DVB-ASI outputs, making it the ideal solution for Live India s fixed contribution needs.
Unlike most patterns that repeat every 50 inches, the pattern repeat of Ellipse (TM) and Endless (TM) only occur every 500 to 700 sheets, the equivalent to more than a mile in length.
3 Richard Serra's Torqued Ellipses (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1998-99) Serra's Torqued Ellipses belong on a Top Ten of the last half-century as the apotheosis of aesthetics as kinesthetics--the ne plus ultra of "you had to be there" art.
By upgrading to Mincom Ellipse 8, one of the industry's most modern, mobile-enabled Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for asset-intensive businesses, the PTA can optimize its asset-management processes, which will help to minimize asset failures and improve productivity.
The LUXEON Z ES is a clear example of our commitment to innovation with the industry s first LED platform that combines high luminance in a 1-step MacAdam Ellipse option that offers optical control in the smallest available footprint, said Raj Malhotra, Product Line Manager of the LUXEON Z family.
With functionality that uniquely supports our requirements as a mining operation, Ventyx Ellipse 8 will help manage our complex assets and distributed workforce while reducing risk.
Measuring 140 angstroms by 300 angstroms, this flattened ellipse will, they hope, create an arena in which electrons can careen chaotically around, again enabling them to test behavior against theory.