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Fox 11 News Anchor Christine Devine to Co-Host 2nd Annual "An Evening for Autism" Event

...catered event will include four live bands (two Steel Drum bands, a Beatles Tribute and a Rockin House Party Band), a golf putting green, pool tables, pinball machines, video games, valet parking, red-carpet entrance, and eight beverage bars including a martini bar, rum bar, mojito bar, wine bar, beer bar an...

Healthcare Staffing Company Medical Solutions Named Among "2009 Best Places to Work in Omaha"

...viding an in-office concierge to handle life's little chores or a relaxing break room, equipped with an Xbox, Wii, ping pong table, foosball table and pinball machine, where the employees can unwind. "Medical Solutions has a fresh and vibrant culture that values our employees. Especially when times ...

Grossology Exhibit Captivates Kids at The Orlando Science Center

... body like the 'Tour du Nose,' which explores how your nose acts as an air filter, a smell sensor, and a mucus producer. There's also 'Gas Attack,' a pinball game that will show you how food causes gas. You can also mimic the buildup of acid indigestion with the 'Burp Machine,' which concludes each demonstr...

Holiday Gifts for Those With Disabilities & Other Special Needs

... ALLENTOWN, Pa., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Lighted slippers for those with troubled eyesight. A custom pinball machine that responds to a variety of the player's motions. Bowling equipment for those with limited hand motion. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi...
Pinball in Biological News

Ancient diatoms lead to new technology for solar energy

...s at OSU and Portland State University have created a new way to make "dye-sensitized" solar cells, in which photons bounce around like they were in a pinball machine, striking these dyes and producing electricity. This technology may be slightly more expensive than some existing approaches to make dye-sensi...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac

... ARTICLE #2 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Playing pinball with Atoms Nano Letters With nanotechnology...echanical device that looks like the flippers on a pinball machine. Their report is scheduled for the Oct. 8 ...head of a pin resembles the arms or flippers on a pinball machine. The signals for the arms to move back and...

New U. of Colorado at Boulder flu chip may help combat future epidemics, pandemics

... she said. The captured RNA is then labeled with another complimentary sequence that also contains a fluorescent dye, and such "hits" light up like a pinball machine when the chip is inserted into a laser scanner. The Flu Chip also should be able to recognize mutations that might occur in avian flu H5N1,...
Pinball in Biological Technology

My 50 cents: Web sites and pinball machines

If you ask a typical Web developer to describe a Web site, youre likely to learn about site maps, flow charts and search engines. If you ask me, youre likely to learn a lot about pinball. A pinball machine is a great metaphor for describing how a Web site works not the mechanical side of work...

Ancient diatoms lead to new technology for solar energy

...s at OSU and Portland State University have created a new way to make "dye-sensitized" solar cells, in which photons bounce around like they were in a pinball machine, striking these dyes and producing electricity. This technology may be slightly more expensive than some existing approaches to make dye-sensi...

Three mainstream technologies you should not ignore

...ss over a wide array of unnecessary, overpriced gadgets that end up in my basement aside X.10 cameras, a commercial-strength FM transmitter kit, a few pinball machines, some full-sized arcade video games and a pile of last years gadgets de jour. Second only to the frustration of my wife when the UPS guy a...

Beware of trademark poachers in search-engine ads

...as a reputation for being associated with a provider of excellent goods or services. If you use your mark widely as a keyword, and send consumers on a pinball route through the internet when they attempt a search, they may come to associate your mark with nuisance and frustration. End of goodwill, end of equ...
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