Architecture + Design
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High-Purity Prostate Circulating Tumor Cell Isolation by a Polymer Nanofiber-Embedded Microchip for Whole Exome Sequencing Libo Zhao, Yi-Tsung Lu, Fuqiang Li, Kui Wu, Shuang Hou, Juehua Yu, Qinglin Shen, Dongxia Wu, Min Song, Wei-Han OuYang, Zheng Luo, Tom Lee, Xiaohong Fang, Chen Shao, Xun Xu, Mitch A. Garcia, Leland W. K.
Suppliers / Contractors
Old sod roof in disrepair, Hemsedal, Norway. Photo: Roede . A sod roof or turf roof is a traditional Scandinavian type of green roof covered with sod on top of several layers of birch bark on gently sloping wooden roof boards. Until the late 19th century, it was the most common roof on rural log houses in large parts of Scandinavia. Its distribution roughly corresponds to the distribution of the log building technique in the vernacular architecture of Finland and the Scandinavian peninsula. The load of approximately 250 kg per m² of a sod roof is an advantage because it helps to compress the logs and make the walls more draught-proof.
The Energy FACTory highlights renewable energy sources while educating people on ways to curb their appetite for fossil fuels. Through installations, workshops and/or demonstrations, the Energy FACTory provides a unquie platform to educate people on wind, solar,kinetic, fossil fuels, biodiesel, Ethanol thermal and other types of energy. Energy FACTory Musuem Preimering at Coachella 2007, the Energy FACTory served as an inactive musuem to educate 200,000 festival goers on energy techology and new ways to stay off the grid.
Urban Design / cities
Tools / Geometry