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2013-09-18 23:01:20

Optics industry experts and government officials discussed a National Photonics Initiative to advance the industry at the Rochester Regional Photonics Cluster (RRPC) annual meeting.

2013-09-13 23:01:15

The RRPC presented awards to four individuals who have helped advance the Optics, Photonics and Imaging industry in the Rochester region. Rochester, NY (PRWEB)

2013-08-28 23:23:34

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2013-07-22 23:02:21

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2013-07-17 23:24:46

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2013-07-16 23:27:58

Trial provides valuable insights into WSN flexibility and placement of energy harvesters. Rochester, NY (PRWEB) July 16, 2013 MicroGen Systems, Inc.

2013-07-04 23:00:10

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Con Rit
2013-08-26 07:37:45

The con rit is a mythical creature of the oceans around southeast Asia, mainly off the coast of Vietnam. It is considered to be a type of sea serpent but with a strange appearance. Vietnamese folklore considers the con rit as a water dragon. In Vietnamese, the word con rit translates to millipede. Resembling a giant millipede, it is said to be about 50 feet long with jointed and armored segments, each being two to three feet in length with a pair of legs attached. The coloration of this...

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coronach
  • A dirge; a lamentation for the dead. The custom of singing dirges at funerals was formerly prevalent in Scotland and Ireland, especially in the Highlands of Scotland.
The word 'coranach' comes from the Scottish Gaelic corranach and Irish corānach.
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