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2012-06-26 10:28:06

CANTON, Ohio, June 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ohio Gratings, Inc. has launched Sunshade+ a new sunshade product that provides maintenance access for low-rise buildings. This new lightweight product provides shade and a lightweight walking surface and shading system. According to Carl Griffin, Marketing Director, "The concept really grew out of a need for our sunshade louver product needing to support the weight of a maintenance worker." The addition of I-bar construction adds extra strength...

2012-06-19 06:20:13

AVENTURA, Fla., June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Online car accessories startup mAuto Store plans to give a cash prize for best car photo in its upcoming Sunshade Sweepstakes. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120619/FL26578 ) There's soon going to be a new type of photo fiend in town as mAuto Store prepares to launch its first Sunshade Sweepstakes. With its new contest the creative online car accessories startup will turn average drivers into what can only be described as the car...

2012-05-17 06:20:55

MIAMI, May 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Exciting online startup mAuto Store has a lot to shout about as the company announces record sales in less than a month since its first video launch. Today mAuto Store confirmed it has sold thousands of car sun shades since the product launch for its exclusive Eyes Car Shades was released April 17, 2012. The long-awaited Eyes car sun shades burst onto the scene a month ago with a flurry of requests and the staggering increase in sales exceeded all...

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2009-03-13 07:05:00

According to a report in Friday's edition of the journal Science, skies all over the world are dimming due to increases in airborne pollution over the past 30 years.The new study compiles satellite and land-based data on global dimming over a longer period than had previously been available."Creation of this database is a big step forward for researching long-term changes in air pollution and correlating these with climate change," Kaicun Wang, of the University of Maryland, told the...

2009-02-27 23:38:19

Scientists in North America and Britain are working on a massive sun shade they say could be used to stop global warming. Roger Angel, an astronomer with the University of Arizona, has received funding from NASA to develop a canon that would fire trillions of mirrors into space to deflect the rays of the sun, Britain's Telegraph newspaper reported Friday. British inventor Tod Todeschini has been contracted to build a scaled-down version of the canon. Angel said he expects to be ready to...

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2006-11-06 12:10:00

By Lori StilesNovember 06, 2006 But University of Arizona astronomer Roger Angel thinks about it. Angel, a University of Arizona Regents' Professor and one of the world's foremost minds in modern optics, directs the Steward Observatory Mirror Laboratory and the Center for Astronomical Adaptive Optics. He has won top honors for his many extraordinary conceptual ideas that have become practical engineering solutions for astronomy. For the past year, Angel has been looking at ways to cool the...