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As fear of refugees rises, photo exhibition aims to turn posit...

version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? By Anna Pujol-Mazzini LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With Europeans fearing rising numbers of refugees will increase the risk of attacks in their country, one group of refugees living in Britain hope ... Business Insider, 1 month ago
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These 3D-Printed Cameras Are So Tiny They Can Be Injected Into Your Brain

This teeny little camera lens from the University of Stuttgart is so small it can be slipped over the tip of a strand of fiber optic. The three-lens camera, which can focus as close as 3 millimeters, is so tiny that it can be injected—complete ...
 Fast Company1 month ago
PhysOrg.com

Gravitational Lens Zooms In On Why Some Quasars Have The Radio Turned Down

Mini-jets of material ejected from a central supermassive black hole appear to be the culprits behind faint radio wave emissions in radio-quiet quasars. A study of gravitationally-lensed images of four radio-quiet quasars has revealed the structure ...
 RF Globalnet1 month ago

People Who Choose LASIK After Contact Lenses Are More Satisfied with Their Vision and Remain Satisfied Over Time, New Study from Price Vision Group Finds

A new study finds contact lens users who chose to have LASIK were more satisfied with their vision a year after the surgery and even more satisfied after two- and even three years. The study is the first to directly compare satisfaction rates of ...
 Financial Buzz3 weeks ago
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Change in refraction after lens-sparing vitrectomy for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment and epiretinal membrane

Abbreviations: C3F8 = octafluoropropane, ERM = epi-retinal membrane, ILM = internal limiting membrane, IOP = intraocular pressure, RRD = rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, SER = spherical equivalent refraction, SF6 = sulfur hexafluoride. ...
 Medicine - Wolters Kluwer Health2 weeks ago
PhysOrg.com

Snapchat "Yellow Face" lens slapped as offensive

Vanishing message app Snapchat made a photo lens quickly disappear after an online uproar branding it an offensive stereotype of Asians worthy of the label "Yellow Face." The lens overlaid faces in photos with cartoon visages featuring slanted ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago
TTG Media

Leader: Applying the LGBT lens

Imagine booking the most special holiday of your life with your betrothed, and being told by the travel agent: as it's the Maldives, we just won't tell them youre on honeymoon. That's how one agent responded during a mystery shopping exercise ...
 TTG Media2 weeks ago
IR On The Net

Best of Enemies Premieres on Independent Lens Monday, October 3, 2016 on PBS

(San Francisco, CA) — In the summer of 1968, television news changed forever. Dead last in the ratings, ABC News hired two towering public intellectuals to debate each other during the Democratic and Republican national conventions. William F.
 IR On The Net3 weeks ago
PhysOrg.com

SPIE : Laser nudges may help destroy space debris threatening communications, navigation on Earth

Space debris from completed missions -- inactive satellites, lens covers, fragments from spaceship disengagements -- pose a serious and ongoing threat to active communication and navigation satellites used by billions of people on Earth. An article ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago Laser nudges may help destroy space debris threatening communications, navigation on Earth  PhysOrg.com3 weeks ago
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First Wi-Fi-Enabled Smart Contact Lens Prototype

One promise of modern microelectronics is the possibility of embedding sensors in various parts of the human body and using them to monitor everything from blood glucose levels to brain waves. They could even help treat conditions such as epilepsy, ...
 Technology Review4 weeks ago
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