ON A PEDESTAL--This three-dimensional, simulated
ice crystal resembles a common, simple type of natural snowflake: a hexagonal column whose faces are indented because they grow more slowly than the column's edges.
Within the framework developed by this laboratory, the behavior of simulated
entities is a direct product of the knowledge attributed to those entities.
As well as choosing clothes and hairstyles for the characters you can also send them on "hot dates" which are either a roaring success or end in a simulated
slap across the face.
According to John Bucher, project officer for the NIEHS interagency agreement with the FDA, the laboratory is designed for testing not only cosmetic chemicals but also other potentially photoactive drugs and environmental agents for UV radiation- or simulated
solar light-induced toxicity and cancer.
Moreover, high densities of receptor sites for EGF on cell surfaces made simulated
tumors expand faster.
Once the pilot at the ground control station authorized the attack, the X-45A aircraft simulated
dropping weapons on the target.
Each version includes a weight estimator, casting simulation and full post-processing (color coded contour plots and simulated
In their simulated
system, when the electrode pumped electrons onto the cantilever surface, the switching speed was 10 to 100 nanoseconds, as fast as a computer chip, says Blanco.
Student Dee Campbell knows she's not supposed to drive under the influence of alcohol and said she didn't appreciate being forced to watch the simulated
Throughout the preflight briefing, safety parameters are noted - a 1,000-foot floor for a simulated
bombing run, an 8,000-foot floor for simulated
air-to-air combat, and an overall maximum altitude of 18,000 feet, a limit mandated because a passenger riding in one of the aircraft hasn't had a medical clearance to go above that altitude.
Initially, Glatzmaier simulated
the sun's magnetic field, which arises from the motion of ionized hydrogen and helium inside that star.