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Produced materials shall include print, traditional (transit advertisements, billboard displays, large format posters), web, audio, and video components.
Editors Hutmacher and Chrzanowski present students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on contemporary research into the possible interfaces between a variety of biological and a produced materials.
He was riding a crest of popularity in the religious Zionist world, having gone from being principal of Chorev High School to Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Hakotel to founding an international educational movement called MiBereishit, which produced materials and sponsored events for children in countries around the world.
Two US teams led by Dr Xiang Zhang from the University of California at Berkeley have now produced materials that can bend wavelengths much closer to the visible light, and in three dimensions.
3 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that the isotopes in the ethane and propane within the sediment are characteristic of biologically produced materials.
Thirty-four of the 89 Leagues have produced materials in other languages, and some of them have followed up with voting information and voting reminders.
By choosing local sustainably harvested or produced materials we not only help maintain the quality of our natural environment but also support local jobs.
As an alternative to importing expensive and inappropriate prefabricated buildings, an innovative construction process was required that would use locally sourced and sustainably produced materials, and which more significantly would employ and develop the skills of local people training them to build with environmental sustainability as a key consideration.
It combines a thorough understanding of the possibilities of modern technologically produced materials and an atavistic understanding of our sensual relationship to the smell, sight and sounds of the ocean.
Like the Minimalists to whom his work nods, Tony Feher uses industrially produced materials (glass, plastic, metal, nylon, polystyrene, rubber) and manipulates them in ways not generally associated with a human touch (stacking, hanging, laying components out in a line or grid).