naturels ou cheveux synthétiques

16. června 2015 v 9:06

Il peut être pour plusieurs raisons, nous avons besoin d'une perruque, d'un léger manque de cheveux, dont souffrent certains type d'alopécie ou de tout traitement médical comme la chimiothérapie.
Mais à ce moment,? quelle perruque doit choisir ? Si vous avez besoin d'acheter une perruque, c'est la première question qui vous fera, c'est qu'il y a effectivement différents types de perruques pour tout type d'exigence.
Dans le marché actuel, nous avons à peu près deux types de perruques, perruques de cheveux et perruques de cheveux synthétiques, et contrairement à ce que beaucoup de gens, pas un seul pour avoir des cheveux naturels pourrait penser sont les meilleurs à celui qui peut être des cheveux synthétiques, depuis, dans certains cas, il pourrait être en arrière, parce qu'il n'est pas seulement le type de cheveux mais aussi des finitions à l'intérieur, qui peut avoir chaque perruque , ou les avantages ou les inconvénients que peuvent avoir un type de cheveux ou d'autres.
Selon chaque besoin, nous aurons besoin un type de perruque, car pour chaque personne et de la nécessité, il existe un type de perruque, parce qu'il n'est pas la même à l'aide de perruque pour certains types d'alopécie où peut-être nous a toujours porter une perruque, un traitement médical, tels que la chimiothérapie, où nous allons perruque temporairement pour quelques mois.
Perruques jouent un rôle très important dans de nombreux cas. Il ya des gens qui, pour différentes raisons, il est plus judicieux d'acheter une perruque pour une prothèse de cheveux, perruques n'ont pas les mêmes caractéristiques que les prothèses capillaires, mais sont moins chers et dans certains cas sont le meilleur choix. DHgate possède un large stock de perruques en différents modèles, couleurs et coupes très actuels.
Dhgate Perruques peuvent être des cheveux naturels ou cheveux synthétiques, aussi bien expliqué ci-dessus, estégalement également très important du style de vêtements dans la partie intérieure de la perruque, puisque ceux-ci peuvent être apportées à la machine, machine avec partie mono ou machine avec monofilament avant et finitions avec Lace front, ceux-ci étant qui a obtenu un résultat plus naturel
 

Consideraciones de uso de smartphone

11. června 2015 v 5:02
Consideraciones de smartphone son muchas:
1.virus. Escritorio smartphone, notebook y utilizarlo todos los días, se basan en una plataforma abierta, por lo que el virus en pocos minutos. En vista de esto, copia de seguridad de su información importante en cualquier momento, es una obra de teléfono inteligente que se debe hacer.

2.crash. Ya que es el carácter abierto de sistemas operativos y ordenadores de sobremesa Windows XP cuando interferencia por procedimientos ilegales y el pánico, son algo común. Es mejor no insensible instalación de varias aplicaciones de software. Además, software, almacenamiento de documentos, teléfono móvil de datos lectura y escritura velocidad también es lento y se "estrelló" a la misma razón.

3. bajo consumo de energía. CPU, pantalla, hardware, tales como consumo de energía es a tener en cuenta, el hardware es fácil de carga funciona hacia fuera, junto con los actuales teléfonos inteligentes son cada vez más de moda y ligero, su capacidad de la batería pequeña es aún más lamentable. Esto no es ninguna solución, sólo ser recordado de los usuarios de teléfonos inteligentes, no estar bien jugar de celular.

En Resumen, uso notas muchos Smartphones, entendemos que los fundamentos de los teléfonos inteligentes pueden ser mejor utilizados en Smartphones. Por supuesto, el Smartphone se divide también en calidad, calidad es durable,DhGate ofrece una serie de buena calidad DhGate smartphones en grutas de , interesado puede mirar.


Die Grundlagen von Heimtextilien

9. června 2015 v 4:52
DHgate bietet hochwertige Dhgate Wohntextilien zum Verkauf.
Einerseits das Konzept von Heimtextilien

Heimtextilien in der Schlafzimmer-Dekoration heißt "Heimtextilien", zum Erstellen einer häuslichen Umgebung spielt eine entscheidende Rolle. Viele wie Bettwäsche, home Textilien Heimtextilien verstanden wird
Verwendung bezieht sich auf die Familie alle Textilwaren, einschließlich alltägliche Textilerzeugnisse und dekorative Textile Elemente.

Sekunde, die Klassifizierung von Heimtextilien

Als Haushalte Notwendigkeiten der reichen Konnotation von Heimtextilien hat auch großen Veränderungen durchgemacht. Stamm

Nach der Industrie kann Einstufung, d. h., gegliedert nach Art von Heimtextilien Textilindustrie in Betten, Handtücher, Küche, Gardinen, Kunst, decken, Bar, Linien, Taschen und So weiter unterteilt werden.
Betten: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf die Betten einschließlich Sammelfläche Abdeckung, Matratzenbezüge, Kissen, Matratzen, Bettwäsche, Polster,
Wie Moskitonetze.
Schal: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf das Handtuch, Bad, Handtuch, Handtuch, Badetuch, Handtücher und WC Leinen Stoffe.
Hutch: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf dem Küchentisch mit einer Vielzahl von Textilien wie Tischdecken, Servietten, Lätzchen, Qing-Dynastie
Saubere Handtücher und so weiter.
Blinds: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf die Vielfalt der dekorativen Gardinen, Vorhang, Duschvorhang, auch in dekorativer Vorhang Seil usw. verwendet.
Kunst: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf die Vielfalt der Produkte aus Stoff, Stickerei, Stoff Möbel, Ornamente und alle Arten von Mat, Spitzen und So weiter.
Decke: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf verschiedene Arten von Teppich, einschließlich decken, decken, Wandteppiche, Baumwolle Decke, chemische Faser-Teppiche, Teppiche, Wandteppiche, etc..
Palmer: hauptsächlich bezieht sich auf die Vielfalt der Taschentücher, Schals, dekorative Servietten und So weiter.
Position: hauptsächlich bezieht sich auf den Ursprung der Nähgarne, Stickerei-Thread und eine Vielzahl von Klassen und so weiter.
Tasche: bezieht sich hauptsächlich auf die verschiedenen Textil-Tasche, Tasche, Brief, Kleidung, Taschen, Stauraum usw..
Material: hauptsächlich bezieht sich auf die Vielfalt der elektrostatische Beflockung Textilien.
 


Light Rail Transit land purchases

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Light Rail Transit land purchases

So far, so good.

That's what the region is saying when it comes to acquiring land for the Light Rail Transit project (LRT).As the region moves into its last phase of acquiring land to start construction of LRT infrastructure next year, regional councillor Jim Wideman said the sale and acquisitions are going "extremely well."

The region has title to all the lands in Phase 1 and 2, including parcels along Charles Street East and King Street East from Eby Street South to Ottawa South in Kitchener. The region has also acquired title to land from King and John Streets in Waterloo to Victoria Street in Kitchener.

"We've not had to go through the actual expropriation process. We've done them all through negotiations, so that's very encouraging," Wideman said.Debra Arnold, the region's solicitor and director of legal services, said the region uses fair market value during negotiations and discussions with landowners. An independent appraiser provides those numbers.

The expropriation process happens in tandem with negotiations, to ensure the project isn't held up by a few property negotiations and so it can proceed according to timelines."It provides the region with a degree of certainty, even if we can't agree on a purchase price with a landowner," she said.The parcels needed for the LRT line vary in size from small slivers to larger chunks. About 90 are a smaller variety, between one and eight metres, while about five were full lots.

"We're on budget at this point," Wideman said."I don't anticipate any issues going forward. This is nothing controversial," he said.The total cost for the land sales won't be known until all the properties are transferred. The region has budgeted $18 million of the $818 million budget for land acquisitions.

Wideman said he is happy with the progress that can be seen around Kitchener, including the relocating of utilities along King Street. A man crossing Deerfoot Trail early Saturday was hit and killed by a car.The 26-year-old male was walking north of Airport Trail just before 2 a.m.
A northbound Audi, changing lanes from left to right, hit the pedestrian, who was pronounced dead on the scene.Police confirmed he is a Calgary resident and his family has been notified.

Police are now trying to retrace the final 24 hours of the 26-year-old's life.Speed and alcohol on behalf of the driver are not considered to be factors in the crash.A solar lantern uses this sunlight that is abundantly available to charge its batteries through a Solar Panel and gives light in nighttime. However, alcohol on the part of the pedestrian and poor lighting in the vicinity of the crash because of a unlit street light are considered factors. The victim was also wearing dark clothing.

"That's something that will form part of our investigation," said Sgt. Colin Foster with the collision reconstruction unit.The driver waited for police to arrive at the scene. Charges against him are unlikely."You're not expecting somebody to be walking across Deerfoot in front of you, so, yeah, he's quite shocked," Foster said.

Street artist Adrian Doyle painted Rutledge Lane, which connects to the jewel in Melbourne's street art crown, Hosier Lane, with a blockout of baby-blue paint, destroying every piece of artwork in the colourful lane.The artist has drawn intense hatred online, with critics saying he has ruined one of the city's most loved attractions.

The artist did not have the permission of the city council to go ahead with the work, which is sure to attract the fury of Lord Mayor Robert Doyle.Cr Doyle recently launched a campaign against taggers who are destroying the "real" art in Hosier Lane.The Herald Sun has contacted the Lord Mayor's office for comment.Adrian Doyle told street art blog Invurt he painted over the other art to bring more attention the scene.

"By doing this, I am claiming that a colour in its pure form can be street art or graffiti. This is a great conceptual link from fine art to street art, a link that is often lacking in the Melbourne street art scene. By bridging this gap, I hope to expose more people not only to street art, but also to the importance of art in general," he said.

Street art blogger Dean Sunshine said Mr Doyle had been coping serious flak from irate detractors.
"People are divided, it's a ballsy thing that he's done. I take my hat off to him for doing it. People have said this is the worst thing they have ever seen, but it is a blank canvas now," Mr Sunshine said.Adrian Doyle will be painting live at a Greens Party policy launch in Richmond this morning.

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Cobalt replacements make solar cells

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Researchers at the University of Basel have successfully replaced the rare element iodine in copper-based dye-sensitized solar cells by the more abundant element cobalt, taking a step forward in the development of environmentally friendly energy production. The journal Chemical Communications has published the results of these so-called Cu-Co cells.

Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs) transform light to electricity. They consist of a semiconductor on which a dye is anchored. This colored complex absorbs light and through an electron transfer process produces electrical current. Electrolytes act as electron transport agents inside the DSCs.

Usually, iodine and iodide serve as an electrolyte. Chemists at the University of Basel have now been able to successfully replace the usual iodine-based electron transport system in copper-based DSCs by a cobalt compound. Tests showed no loss in performance.

The replacement of iodine significantly increases the sustainability of solar cells: "Iodine is a rare element, only present at a level of 450 parts per billion in the Earth, whereas cobalt is 50 times more abundant", explains the Project Officer Dr. Biljana Bozic-Weber. Furthermore, this replacement also removes one of the long-term degradation processes in which copper compounds react with the electrolyte to form copper iodide and thus improves the long-term stability of DSCs.

The research group around the Basel chemistry professors Ed Constable and Catherine Housecroft is currently working on optimizing the performance of DSCs based on copper complexes. They had previously shown in 2012 that the very rare element ruthenium in solar cells could be replaced by copper derivatives.

This is the first report of DSCs, which combine copper-based dyes and cobalt electrolytes and thus represents a critical step towards the development of stable iodide-free copper solar cells. However, many aspects relating to the efficiency need to be addressed before commercialization can begin in anything other than niche markets.

Molecular Systems Engineering

"In changing any one component of these solar cells, it is necessary to optimize all other parts as a consequence", says Ed Constable. This is part of a new approach termed Molecular Systems Engineering in which all molecular and material components of a system can be integrated and optimized to approach new levels of sophistication in nanoscale machinery. In this publication, the engineering of the electrolyte, the dye and the semiconductor are all described.

This systems chemistry approach is particularly appropriate for the engineering of inorganic-biological hybrids and is the basis of ongoing collaborations with the ETH Department of Biosystems Engineering in Basel (D-BSSE) and EMPA. A joint proposal by the University of Basel and D-BSSE for a new National Centre of Competence in Research in this area is currently in the final stages of appraisal.

Firehouse Subs is now open for business in Yuma at 1630 S. Pacific Ave. Restaurant hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. The "fast casual chain" is home to such favorite sandwiches as the Hook & Ladder and also features a wide variety beverages.

Franchise owners are Chris Miller and Lisa Meyer. It is the first of three Firehouse Subs locations planned for Yuma and El Centro in the next 18 months. In addition to Firehouse Subs, Miller and Meyer own and operate multiple Buffalo Wild Wings throughout Arizona.

The authentic firehouse setting for Firehouse Subs is based on the founding family's decades of fire and police service, and the new location is decorated with firefighter memorabilia from the Yuma City Fire Department. The Yuma restaurant also boasts a custom, hand-painted mural that is a rendition of the earliest known black and white photograph of a Yuma fire from the 1920s.

In 2005, Firehouse Subs created the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to provide funding for life-saving equipment and educational opportunities to first responders and public safety organizations. It has given $6.8 million to hometown heroes in 38 states and Puerto Rico, including more than $119,600 in Arizona.

Also now open for business is the new 99 Cents Only store in the Foothills at 11274 S. Fortuna Road (in the Pioneer Shopping Center where Fry's previously was located), bringing discounted prices for name-brand groceries and other products.

The new store is approximately 16,375 square feet and features a perishable food department, including produce, dairy and frozen foods, as well as a full time supply of groceries and other goods. It is open from 8 a.m.A solar lantern uses this sunlight that is abundantly available to charge its batteries through a Solar Panel and gives light in nighttime. to 10 p.m. daily.

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Canadian Solar on China’s PV

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The "Operation Overview of China's Solar Photovoltaic Industry" published by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on August 10th reported welcomed recovery across the board for China's solar PV industry. Prices of solar modules appear to be on a steady increase, while production costs are seeing a steady decrease. The polysilicon manufacturing sector, which previously was almost locked into a complete paralysis by the dire market situation, has likewise seen manufacturing volume rebound month by month in the first half of 2013.

Testifying to the report, JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. (NYSE:JKS)'s Q2 report indicates positive growth on both net profits and revenue, which rose year-on-year by 43% to USD 288 million. News from the management of the much-battered LDK Solar Co. Ltd. (ADR) (NYSE:LDK) also indicates that the company is seeing real profits again in the first half of this year.

In an interview with Qu Xiaohua, CEO and Board Chairman of Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ), on China's 21st Century Business Review, Qu provided his reading of the current broad recovery and the future growth and development trajectory of the industry. In brief, with several new targeted policy incentives from the government to be launched later this year and the growing diversification of markets and products initiated by the top solar companies, Qu predicts another round of sustainable growth for Canadian Solar and the broader Chinese solar industry.

Qu sees the over-dependence on the European market as the fundamental cause of the turmoil of the Chinese solar industry in the past couple of years. At its peak, 95% of industry export was sold in Europe. As the EU economy went under, the solar industry was sure to go down with it.

Since early 2013, Canadian Solar has made the strategic move to diversify its market in response to the shrinking of the EU market. According to Qu, while Europe remains a significant export destination within the global market, its market share has gone done to about 50% currently from 70% in previous years.

Qu also mentioned that central to Canadian Solar's future growth is the Asian market, particularly the Japanese and Chinese domestic markets.

Japan is looking to be a sure bet for growth and profits thanks to a free electricity market and robust policy incentives for the solar and new energy sector in the wake of the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Canadian Solar has been gradually expanding its presence in Japan.We have a great selection of blown glass backyard solar landscape lights and solar garden light. In Q1 of 2013, 24.5% of Canadian Solar's export (approximately 83MW) went to Japan.A solar lantern uses this sunlight that is abundantly available to charge its batteries through a Solar Panel and gives light in nighttime. In Q2, the figures have gone up to 35.7% and 162MW respectively. On top of steady demand from Japan for residential rooftop installations, commercial rooftop installation and ground power station developments are both on the increase. According to Qu, Canadian Solar's current market share in Japan is 8-10% - a lot of room for growth still, and 30% of the company's sales are contributed by the Japanese market. The market is not saturated yet; even with more solar companies incoming, unit prices for solar modules in Japan are still higher than elsewhere at the moment.

Alongside the Japanese market, Canadian Solar is upping its game in the Chinese domestic market at the same time, although Qu predicts rapid growth in China still has to wait for another two or three years due to the company's comparatively small presence, as well as the fact that the incoming government policy incentives are likely to take some time to consolidate in terms of legal and infrastructural support.

At the moment, Canadian Solar's market presence in China is less than 10%, but in the past two or three years the company has been doing preliminary work for future development projects.

Meanwhile, although since July this year the Chinese government has announced a series of plans to support the domestic solar industry, including the introduction of more generous feed-in tariffs and the all-dimensional policy support in solar PV installation, tariff, finance, taxation and land use indicated in the "Opinions of the State Council on Promoting the Healthy Development of the Solar Photovoltaic Industry" published in July suggest that the details of the implementation of such macro-level policies have yet to be planned out.

When the due policy supports come into place, said Qu, China is going to emerge as a sophisticated and mature key market for the global solar industry.

Beyond the Asian market, Canadian Solar also has his eyes on North America. The company has a full list of ongoing and planned solar power station projects in Canada and the US, as well as China and Japan. Three power stations worth a total of USD 180 million developed by Canadian Solar have already connected to the grid and are under testing at the moment. All three projects are expected to come into commercial operation this year. The company has also recently signed up on an order of another power station EPC project in Ontario, Canada,How does a solar charger work and where would you use a solar charger? worth USD 300 million.

On the back of the ongoing and planned projects,A solar lamp is a portable light fixture composed of an LED lamp, a photovoltaic solar panel, and a rechargeable battery. Canadian Solar projects a positive turnover for Q3 with total output volume of 410-430 MV and module profit margin of 10-12%.

In response to fears that the industry is to suffer another bout of overcapacity following the industry rebound, Qu confessed that the company seeks to maintain the current level of output capacity rather than aggressive expansion - right now Canadian Solar's capacity utilization is maintained at a healthy 70-80%. The company follows a capacity distribution model where upstream capacity is kept low and downstream capacity expands.

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Renewable energy projects vying

26. srpna 2013 v 5:12 | shoes |  LED downlight
At least six renewable energy projects proposed for sites in southeastern Connecticut are vying to be chosen next month for power purchase agreements with the state's two largest utilities.

The projects include solar energy facilities in Bozrah, Lebanon and Franklin, all proposed by New York-based Allco Finance,A solar lamp is a portable light fixture composed of an LED lamp, a photovoltaic solar panel, and a rechargeable battery. as well as a solar energy facility in Canterbury proposed by Con Edison Development of Valhalla, N.Y., and another for a site in East Haddam proposed by Nautilus Solar Energy of Summit, N.J. These five join NRG Energy's bid for its biomass energy project in Montville.

These six are among 45 proposals being considered by the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection for selection under its renewable energy procurement program. In July, DEEP solicited proposals for "grid-scale" renewable energy projects that would generate least 20 megawatts per hour each. The DEEP plans to choose projects that would produce a total of 176 megawatts, or about 4 percent of the state's energy demand, DEEP spokesman Dennis Schain said Friday.

Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating would then be required by DEEP's utility regulatory division, the Department of Public Utility Control, to negotiate 20-year power purchase agreements with the chosen companies.

"We would tell the utilities to buy the power," DEEP Commissioner Daniel Esty said in an interview with The Day's editorial board on Thursday, adding that this is the first round of a long-term strategy to increase the amount of renewable energy available in Connecticut to 20 percent of the total by 2020.

Esty said the selections would be announced in early to mid-September.We carry a extensive line of Parking Lot Lighting inventory.

"We've seen a mix of things come in through this process," Esty said, referring to the range of wind, solar, geothermal, tidal and other project proposals. Some of the projects would be built in Connecticut,A solar lantern uses this sunlight that is abundantly available to charge its batteries through a Solar Panel and gives light in nighttime. while others are proposed for sites in Maine, Massachusetts and elsewhere in the New England region.

With the power purchase agreements, the project developers would be able to obtain construction financing needed to make their projects a reality, Esty said.

Eligible projects are those that generate electricity without greenhouse gas emissions - including solar, wind, tidal, biomass fuel cells, anaerobic digesters and hydroelectric plants under 30 megawatts - and do not create environmental or resource issues on waterways,We have a great selection of blown glass backyard solar landscape lights and solar garden light. Schain said.

The NRG proposal to convert its plant at 74 Lathrop Road to a renewable energy park has been well publicized, receiving support from Mayor Ronald McDaniel and local legislators. The Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, the Southeastern Connecticut Central Labor Council and the New London-Norwich Building & Construction Trades Council all sent letters to DEEP supporting the project, citing employment, tax revenues and other benefits to the local economy.How does a solar charger work and where would you use a solar charger?

The other proposals for southeastern Connecticut, however, are less well-known. Canterbury First Selectman Brian Sear said Friday that he had heard rumors about a solar facility proposed for the town, but there has been no official contact with Con Edison Development. According to filings with DEEP, the company is proposing to locate an array of solar cells on 65 acres on Lisbon Road that would generate 22 megawatts of electricity. Sear said a main power transmission line is located in the area.

"It would be wonderful," he said. "I'm glad there's a developer looking to make productive use of some of our open land."

Con Edison Development officials could not be reached for comment Friday. According to its proposal, the company has an option to purchase 30 acres for the project and another option to lease 35 acres.

The Allco solar projects on South Road in Bozrah, Route 87 in Lebanon and on Williams Crossing in Franklin, along with a fourth site in the northwest corner town of Harwinton, would generate up to 80 megawatts of power, Chris Little, director of development for the company, said Friday. The company has purchase or lease options with the various landowners, he said. Allco already operates solar farms in Indiana, along with sites on the East and West coasts, Little said.

"Typically we hire as much local labor as possible," he said. The Connecticut projects would also create both short- and long-term local jobs in surveying, engineering, construction and operation and maintenance of the solar farms, he added.

The sites were chosen both for their proximity to main transmission lines and topography, Little said.

"The number one criteria is that they need to be sited next to transmission lines," he said.

The state's program for awarding the power purchase agreements, Little said, made Connecticut an attractive place to develop a solar farm, because it will make it possible to obtain private loans.

"This is the ideal mechanism to finance a solar project," he said.

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Major projects are designed

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Voters in the Issaquah School District are starting to see the results of a $219 million bond measure they approved more than a year ago.Work is well under way at most of the district's 24 schools on a variety of projects, some to increase student capacity and some to improve aging infrastructure.

As part of the April 2012 bond measure that 70 percent of Issaquah's voters supported, two elementary schools were chosen to receive nearly $6.6 million each for modernization efforts: Issaquah Valley, built in 1969, and Apollo, built in 1970.

With the first day of the new school year quickly approaching Sept. 4, contractors and district officials are busily trying to ready the buildings for the arrival of teachers, students and parents.

Steve Crawford, the district's director of capital projects, said the projects at Issaquah Valley and Apollo are similar in scope and design. The district is using the same general contractor for both buildings as a way to reduce time and cost.

As a safety measure, the principal's offices at both schools are being moved to the front of the buildings for "better visual control of what's going on," Crawford said. Each building will have eight additional classrooms and more small-group instructional space in time for the start of the 2014-15 school year, removing the need for portable classrooms. Issaquah Valley will have a bigger cafeteria, likely removing the need for three separate lunch times.

"It's a lot to get done in the course of the summer so that we're buttoned up and ready for kids to start school," Crawford said.Issaquah Valley Principal Diane Holt called the modernization project "absolutely necessary" and said it'll do wonders for a school that housed about 580 students last year.

By the start of next year, fourth- and fifth-grade classes that are currently in portables will be moved into the building. A new security door in the front of the school routes visitors into a reception area or a volunteer room - no more surprise guests in the hallways or classrooms.

"Our big message is that we're building our future, and we're increasing the learning, the capacity and certainly the security of the school, which is a big issue," Holt said.

Apollo Elementary is seeing the results of continued growth in the East Renton Highlands area. The school has largely run out of space for students, Crawford said, and is a prime candidate for bond money.

Last week, the school was showing signs of ongoing construction. Floors were stripped in many areas, and in the rear of the building, the space for new classrooms was largely bare. Crews plan to block those areas at Apollo and Issaquah Valley so people can pass safely during the school day.

"In large part, they're prefabricated walls, so when it comes time to set up, they just tilt them up and a lot happens in a short period of time," Crawford explained.

Here's a look at the status of other Issaquah district projects:

At Liberty High, the second part of a three-phase expansion and modernization project is finishing, Crawford said. Many classrooms were demolished over the summer, meaning students will start the new year with a total of 38 classrooms in 19 portables. Features to be completed by Sept. 4 include a new commons area, auxiliary gym, locker rooms and a science lab.The installation of artificial turf athletic fields has started at four middle schools - Beaver Lake, Maywood, Pacific Cascade and Pine Lake. The projects were given a $5.2 million total budget.

Maywood Middle School was also the target of modernization and expansion. The $10.2 million project was completed in May and included $3.8 million for a new heating and air conditioning system.Along with the big-dollar project at Apollo, the school received an additional $695,000 to convert its grass field to sand, replace corridor carpets with rubber flooring, and install new carpeting in classrooms and offices.Beaver Lake Middle School has $800,000 worth of upgrades pending, including a new vestibule for the main entrance, an improved classroom clock system, rubber flooring in the commons area, and a covered play area.

Cougar Ridge Elementary is getting a new boiler, rubber flooring in corridors and the commons,How does a solar charger work and where would you use a solar charger? and new office and classroom carpets. The total cost is $570,000.At Discovery Elementary, new skylights, rubber flooring for corridors and commons, and replacing classroom and office carpets are estimated to cost $343,000.The district Administration Building is getting exterior single-glazed windows and an office area remodel to the tune of $440,000.Endeavour Elementary will have a new roof and skylights. The administrative area will be reconfigured for safety, similar to the Apollo and Issaquah Valley projects. The school will also have rubber floors in the corridors and commons, as well as new carpets in classrooms and offices. The total cost is $830,000.

Grand Ridge Elementary, the district's second-youngest school, and Pacific Cascade Middle, the third-youngest, each received $15,000 for a covered play area.Issaquah Valley Elementary received an additional $1.97 million to replace its roof and exterior windows, as well as replace corridor carpets with rubber flooring.At Maple Hills Elementary, $895,000 is being spent to replace the roof, remodel the main office, replace corridor carpets with rubber floors, and install new carpets for classrooms and offices. Pine Lake Middle School is scheduled to receive $770,000 in upgrades, which will include a renovated central courtyard and landscaping, new fume hoods in two science labs, and new wall-covering and wainscoting in corridors and classroom.

Skyline High will have its roof repaired, its heating and air conditioning system upgraded, and occupancy sensors installed to reduce energy consumption. The total cost is $305,000.Sunset Elementary's main parking lot will be resurfaced. It will also get an improved lighting, sound and projector system for its stage. The total cost is $140,000.To comply with federal Title IX regulations regarding gender equality, the district made $800,000 in improvements at two high-school softball fields. The fields at Issaquah High and Liberty High will both have artificial-turf infields.

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Nobel Laureates

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People joke that the earth tilted from June 30 to July 5, 2013, as the world's brain power had concentrated again in one place - a small lovely island in Germany called Lindau - where 34 Nobel Laureates and approximately 600 of the brightest young researchers from 78 different countries congregated for the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. As one of the participants this year, I was very fortunate to witness this phenomenon, at least figuratively.

The 2013 meeting was dedicated to the Nobel Prize discipline of Chemistry, the subject closest to my heart. Three main themes emerged: (1) Green Chemistry, (2) Chemical Energy Storage and Conversion, and (3) Biochemical Processes and Structures. I have always believed that learning Chemistry is the key to opening doors for work in multiple areas of scientific research. With no regrets, science has been the right choice for me.

My mom, a grade school teacher in the Philippines, checked on me by phone the night before my trip to Germany and asked, "Homer, what actually are you doing in Europe this time?" She is not a fan of me traveling again, as I was just in The Netherlands last April for a conference where I presented a poster and a talk about my research, and lost some pounds. She was my science teacher in elementary school, and so I answered, "Mom, do you still remember the day when you taught us in class that Pluto is the ninth planet from the sun? Tomorrow, I am going somewhere to confirm if it's really true or not!" Of course, she knows that its status as a planet in the solar system is not true anymore and so she just laughed. She is aware that I am going abroad again for the of love science. My dad, an artist by profession, is a different case. He really doesn't understand what I do in the laboratory as a Ph.D. Chemistry student in the first place. Nevertheless, he is very happy for what I have achieved and is always supportive especially now that I am about to graduate.

I asked myself, what are the chances of a young researcher like me bumping into so many Nobel Laureates in his/her field under one roof in a lifetime? It is therefore an absolute privilege to be selected to participate in this wonderful event. Special thanks to the organizers and supporters of the Lindau Foundation for launching the Open Application this year. Some travel grant funds and a participation fellowship (c/o AKB Stiftung) were awarded to me without asking anything in return.

The programme was in a class of its own - packed with scientific lectures by the Nobel Laureates on topics of their choice, panel sessions, young researcher discussions, master classes, science breakfasts, and a lot of social events - not to mention fancy meals, concerts, a boat tour, and the presence of media everywhere. This meeting provided me the best opportunity to learn in an informal, relaxed atmosphere and to establish ties and future collaborations among fellow scientists all over the world.How does a solar charger work and where would you use a solar charger?

This meeting provoked me to think about many ideas in science and society on a broader scale. Personally, it made me reflect again on my motivations in science: the inexplicable but satisfying feeling when I discover something new and significant, or prove that my hypotheses are correct; the rewards I gain from understanding how and why things work; the lessons I learn from failed experiments; the boost of confidence whenever I effectively share my ideas and knowledge with others and when I influence and inspire young minds; the support of the people and the community with shared interests and willingness to work together to further a common scientific goal; and the fact that science, indeed, can make our life better - all motivate me.

The blockbuster question during the meeting was not "What's your name?" but "Where are you from?" Putting the institution's name on the ID instead of the country of origin was not a surprise. The organizers obviously wanted us to focus on networking more than on one's nationality, and what better way to do that than to introduce ourselves first by our affiliations. This proved to be very effective. I was able to know the personal scientific journeys of most of the participants, and I cannot be more proud of my Department and the University, which supported me throughout my scientific career.
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Houweling's is a family-owned company that operates a total 175.5 acres of high-tech hydroponic greenhouses in Delta, British Columbia, and Camarillo, where it runs California's preeminent large-scale, energy-neutral vegetable greenhouse.

Houweling's collaborated with the Dutch company KUBO in the development and construction of the US$53.25 million Ultra-Clima greenhouse, a 23-ft.-tall, closed, pressurized, tempered-glass greenhouse structure designed specifically for use in hot and arid climates. Among its features are optimized humidity and temperature control, light-enhancing design, diminished pest pressure, higher CO2 levels inside the greenhouse, greater air buffer due to building height, and minimal water and nutrients usage through recirculation.

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Houweling's Camarillo operation also features five acres of photovoltaic solar panels that provide one megawatt of electricity.

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"Yes," concurred David Bell, Houweling's chief marketing officer. "The integration of Ultra-Clima semi-closed greenhouse design in conjunction with tri-generation CHP energy production puts our Camarillo farm operation at the top."

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