1. A Typical San Francisco Morning, is a short aerial project shot by Toby Harriman during two morning flights during the beginning months of October. Everything was shot hand held out of Robinson R22 Helicopter on a Canon 6D with a Kenyon KS-4x4 Gyro. Special thanks to Marc with Vertical CFI, the amazing pilot, who made all these shots possible and kept us safe!

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    Song: Illuminate
    Licensed and Composed by: James Everingham

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  2. Don Basile contributing at the EMCworld 2012.

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  3. Entrepreneur and venture capitalist Dr. Don Basile has spent more than 20 years immersed in the tech sector, working with a wide range of firms in hardware, software, IT, telecommunications, healthcare and private equity. In this video, Don Basile speaks on Flash Geometry and Performance.

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  4. Did you know that graphene is the most impermeable substance ever discovered? Watch to learn more about this fascinating nanomaterial that is changing the landscape of technology.

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  5. NEWS RELEASE: http://engineering.ucsb.edu/news/673
    A research team at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), led by professors Carl Meinhart of mechanical engineering and Martin Moskovits of chemistry, have designed a detector that uses microfluidic nanotechnology to mimic the biological mechanism behind canine scent receptors. The device is both highly sensitive to trace amounts of certain vapor molecules, and able to tell a specific substance apart from similar molecules.

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