In a move seen by many as a masterstroke by Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah to silence the Opposition on issues like deteriorating law and order and attack on the Lokayukta, the state government unveiled the new state flag on Thursday.This was proposed and designed by the 9-member committee which was constituted in 2017. Siddaramaiah met a delegation of pro-Kannada activists who initially were not happy with the change in the design but have now given their nod.Sa Ra Govindu, President, Karnataka Film Chambers of Commerce was elated with the decision taken by the CM.He said, “We are all happy with the CM’s decision and so are the citizens of Karnataka.”The new flag is a tricolour – yellow, white and red.It also sports the ‘ganda bherunda’ or the two headed eagle in the middle. The flag committee at the meeting explained the meaning of the colours to the activists and writers.Yellow stands for forgiveness, white for peace and red for bravery along with the state emblem.On the white, there is the Sarnath lion and below it is a shield with the ganda bherunda. On either sides are two lion-elephants – a mythological 8-legged creature possessing the strength of lions and elephants combined.The committee decided not to use the unofficial yellow and red flag that has been in vogue since the 1960s. It was Kannada writer and activists MA Ramamurthy who designed the first flag for a political party. Since then it has been used by various pro-Kannada organisations as a symbol of cultural pride.advertisementThe committee has informed the CM that there is no provision in the Constitution that disallows states from having their own flags.The CM while addressing the media said, “Now that there are no hurdles, the recommendation will be sent to the Government of India”.Taking a dig at the BJP which has decided to stay mum on the issue, he added, “I am hoping that the BJP will tell the Centre to get this work done quickly with all the required approvals.”The Congress has understood that it would be tough for the BJP to oppose such a move that is seen as Kannada pride by many. Along with the fight against Hindi imposition, this new flag has put the BJP in a quandary.The BJP in the state has for now decided to stay away from commenting on the Karnataka flag.Last year, when the committee was set up, many leaders lambasted the CM saying the move is against the integrity of the country. They stated that the BJP always fought for one nation, one flag.But after receiving flak from the citizens of the state then, this time they have decided to not say anything lest they offend either their party high command or the people of the state.Exclusive: Siddaramaiah on Cauvery verdict, farmer suicides, Karnataka elections and more
FREDERICTON – Five weeks after New Brunswickers went to the polls, Tory Leader Blaine Higgs has become the premier-designate — and is promising to move quickly.“People of the province should feel comfortable that the system worked, it just took a little longer,” Higgs said after meeting with Lt.-Gov. Jocelyne Roy Vienneau late Friday, hours after Brian Gallant’s Liberals fell on a confidence vote.She asked if the Progressive Conservative leader had the confidence to form government, and Higgs said he told her that he did.Afterward, Higgs struck an optimistic tone as he spoke to reporters.“I guess the next step begins,” Higgs said.“I believe our province can be in first place in all categories. And I believe that opportunity is right before us today.”Gallant, whose government fell when the legislature voted against the throne speech, said he was unsure about his own political future, but he wished the Tories luck.“Their success will be New Brunswick’s success,” he said.Higgs said he wants the transition to occur as quickly as possible, with a cabinet by late next week and a throne speech before the end of the month.“The throne speech won’t be a shopping list. It will be a priority list and it will be focused on some big items we can agree on,” Higgs said.“We will set lofty goals and achieve them. We don’t need more taxes, we need results.”The Tories won 22 seats in the September election — one more than the Liberals — while the Greens and People’s Alliance each won three seats.Gallant sought to survive with a minority government by adding many of the opposition’s campaign promises to his party’s throne speech earlier this week, but his party’s fate was sealed Thursday when both the Tories and People’s Alliance said they’d vote to defeat it.Higgs said he believes his minority government can survive four years by producing results.Its success will depend on support from the opposition parties, and that has thrown the spotlight on language rights in Canada’s only official bilingual province.Higgs said Friday his priority would be to address a shortage of paramedics, where the failure to meet language requirements has left some ambulances unstaffed.He said francophones should not be concerned by his government’s approach.“They shouldn’t be worried at all. They should be grateful that we’re going to provide the health care they demand all across the province as an interim measure to meet the language requirements that we have,” he said.The People’s Alliance, which has agreed to prop up the Tories for at least 18 months, put bilingualism and service duality front and centre in their campaign.Gallant said Friday it was important parties don’t use the issue as a “political weapon.”He said it appeared the election results — which saw the Liberals dominate the largely francophone north and the Tories and People’s Alliance do better in the mostly anglophone south — suggested the province is divided along regional and linguistic lines.But he said people should not be taken in by those apparent divisions.“What binds us together is greater than what drives us apart … We’re all New Brunswickers.”Gallant said he wished he had done more to promote unity and bilingualism.“I will not pretend that we were a perfect government, but we were a good government.”People’s Alliance Leader Kris Austin said his party has agreed to support the Tories to provide some stability to the legislature.However, he said his members will be free to vote their conscience on bills.“We are in nobody’s back pocket, but in a minority government you do have to work together and we’ve agreed to do that with Mr. Higgs,” Austin said.Austin said his first priority is to get the new Tory government to address the ambulance issue.Green Leader David Coon and his two members voted to support the Liberal throne speech, which included many of his party’s campaign promises.“Our message to the Conservatives is that it’s important that they include those things in their throne speech, and we’ll be working hard to make sure that happens,” Coon said.Gallant said he and his wife are reflecting on what’s next — whether he serve as opposition leader or take a different path.“I still have a burning desire to make a difference, there’s no question about that,” he told reporters.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, August 1, 2017 – Eleuthera – A huge tree in North Eleuthera toppled onto the man trying to trim it, and it killed him now Police are investigating to ensure that is how a winter resident actually died. The American man, from Maryland was reportedly cutting down a tree in his yard in Gregory Town when it broke free and somehow crushed him.The man was rushed to clinic, but was pronounced dead. The freak accident happened around 9am on Sunday.#MagneticMediaNews#MarylandmankilledbyfallentreePhoto Credit: Eleutheran resident Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #Marylandmankilledbyfallentree
Firefighters contain pair of nearby brush fires in Spring Valley KUSI Newsroom, June 9, 2018 KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Firefighters were able to quickly contain two small brush fires east of state Route 125 in the Spring Valley area Saturday afternoon.Both fires were reported after 3 p.m. — one was reported as covering a half-acre in open space near Leigh Avenue, the other covering about four acres in a similar open area near Elkelton Place just a half-mile north,according to San Miguel Fire Protection District Battalion Chief Justin Fuller.The two fires were contained by 3:45 p.m., Fuller said.No structures were threatened and no injuries were reported.It wasn’t clear what caused the fires. Posted: June 9, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
It’s no secret that most lawmakers are adamantly opposed to additional base closures and even after the Obama administration in February made its fourth request since 2012 for permission to hold a new BRAC round, it’s not clear that the Pentagon has made any headway with Congress.In fact, it’s difficult to find any lawmaker who will stand up for BRAC. In a story about the growing imbalance between DOD’s infrastructure and its force structure, Federal News Radio contacted six lawmakers who previously had said they would consider the department’s request to consolidate its infrastructure. None, however, agreed to comment for the story.During Capitol Hill hearings last month, John Conger, acting assistant secretary of defense for energy, installations and environment, acknowledged that Congress likely wouldn’t green light a new round unless the department updates the legislation authorizing a new round.“I think it goes without saying that there were a sufficient number of criticisms about the last BRAC round that Congress will want to have different authorizing legislation if they’re going to give us BRAC authority again,” Conger told the web site.What’s not clear is whether any members will take Conger up on his request for input on new legislation authorizing BRAC.DOD Comptroller Mike McCord told Federal News Radio that the department has been reluctant to recommend changes to the BRAC legislation over concerns that doing so would compromise the original spirit of the process.“When you start changing things, people assume you have a secret agenda and you’re trying to bias the process,” McCord said. “I think there’s some virtue in coming in with the same proposal every year and then trying to negotiate. Part of the problem is that we haven’t gotten an up-or-down vote on BRAC in many, many years. And failing to act on our proposal doesn’t give us any feedback on how to modify our proposal,” he said. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
First published Feb. 15 at 8:17 a.m. PT.Update at 5:40 p.m. PT: Edited product details to reflect company changes made to toy line. Ninja Fortnite YouTube Twitch Comments 2 Share your voice It’s not the first time social media stars got their own toy line. In 2015, popular Minecraft players were transformed into blocky plastic action figures with a series called Tube Heroes, made by Jazwares. And last year, 7-year-old toy-unboxing YouTube star Ryan of Ryan ToysReview found success launching his own line of mystery toys, slime, stuffed animals and more, called Ryan’s World.”More and more marketing dollars are being put into YouTube personalities than even television,” said Juli Lennett, a toy industry analyst with NPD. “You have to go where the kids are … It’s very no-brainer marketing.”So what can you buy to show your Ninja fandom?Watch him jiggle with $10 bobble figures. Clip on a pocked-sized plush for $8. Or cuddle with his blue hair on a 12-inch fabric doll, sold for about $20. Many ways to express your Ninja fandom. Joshua Goldman/CNET Fans can also dress up like Ninja with his colorful hair and headband, also going for $20. Or grab a pack of stickers for $5.If you can’t decide how to express your love of the pro gamer, there’s always the Mystery Box: a $40 multilayered surprise to unwrap in five stages that includes a plush, a bobble figure, a collectible figurine, vinyl stickers and head gear.The toy line is scheduled to arrive in stores this fall. 14 Photos The 27-year-old is one of the fastest-growing influencers on social media as a star in the professional gaming world. With 13 million Twitch followers and 21 million YouTube subscribers, fans watch him compete in tournaments and stream battle-royal games like Apex Legends. But this new, plastic form of play will be on display for the first time at the annual New York Toy Fair, kicking off this weekend.Wicked Cool Toys, the company behind the 2017 remake of Teddy Ruxpin, has cooked up nearly a dozen different types of playthings and collectibles featuring a cartoonish persona of Ninja, embracing his goofy, energetic personality. And he’s not the only Twitch gamer being turned into an plastic plaything. One particular set of five-inch vinyl figures — marketed under a toy line called Lamo — includes Ninja alongside other Twitch personalities DrDisRespect, TimTheTatman, Lirik, and Summit1G. Ninja will be a 5-inch vinyl collectible under the toy line Lamo. Point your phone at the toy and watch it come to life with augmented reality. Lamo These Lamo figurines don’t just decorate a shelf — they also come to life in an augmented reality mobile game. Point your phone at the figure and watch animations appear. Each gamer recorded soundbites that play during animated moments. And there’s a Lamo game coming soon in which you can face off against your friends with these characters. It’s called The Game Between Games, designed to be played in five-minute bursts between your Fortnite matches.”You’ve got millions and tens of millions of subscribers who will immediately be engaged with the experience before the product is even on the shelf,” said Jeremy Padawer, co-president of Wicked Cool Toys. “We weren’t taking a human being and creating an action figure. We were taking a brand with tremendous breadth and making it a line.” Toy Fair 2019: Nerf Fortnite, Barbie turns 60 and more Ninja and more Twitch streamers get their own toys 88 Photos Toys and Tabletop Games Culture Bridget Carey/CNET In the video game world, there’s no one bigger than Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. He shot to fame with record-breaking audiences watching him stream Fortnite on Twitch, including a run with Drake. In September, he became the first pro esports player to land on the cover of ESPN’s magazine.And later this year you’ll find him on store shelves taking the form of collectible figurines and plush dolls. Now playing: Watch this: Tags 1:20 Twitch-streamer Ninja toys are here to be your gaming companions
At least 11 people have died in severe floods and landslides in the east of Indonesia’s main island of Java, an official said Tuesday.A landslide killed nine people at Pacitan in East Java province and two people died in floods triggered by heavy rain in the same area.Thousands of homes were flooded and 4,000 people forced to evacuate them, said a spokesman for the national disaster mitigation agency.The extreme weather will continue to hit the Indonesian islands of Java and Bali, the spokesman added, warning people to be prepared for floods, landslides and tornados.The agency said it urgently needs blankets, clothes and inflatable boats for affected areas.Indonesia is often hit by landslides and floods.Twelve people including three children died in a landslide on the holiday island of Bali in February.In September last year almost 30 people died in devastating floods and landslides in Garut, West Java.
Prothom Alo illustrationA Noakhali court on Sunday placed seven accused on a five-day remand each in a case over the gang-rape of a woman in Subarnachar upazila of Noakhali.Noakhali senior magistrate of No-2 Cognigence Court Judge Nabonita Guha passed the order when police produced them before the court with a seven-day remand prayer, said Ibrahim Khalil, sub-inspector of Char Jabbar Police Station and also the investigation officer of the case.Those remanded are Badshah Alam Basu, ex-AL leader Ruhul Amin, Jashim Uddin, Hasan Ali Bhulu, Sohel, Swapan and Bechu.Ruhul Amin, AL upazila unit publicity affairs secretary and a former union council member, was expelled from the ruling party on January 5 for his alleged involvement in the gang rape.The woman, a mother of four, was gang-raped at Charjubli village in the upazila on December 31 by a gang of 10-12 men allegedly being ordered by Ruhul Amin, after the general election.Later, doctors treating the woman have found evidence of gang rape.
Tablet PC’s Getting Ready for Android 3.0 (PhysOrg.com) — While Google hasn’t made any official announcements on the release date for Android 2.3 several clues online over the weekend point to an imminent release of Gingerbread. This may have to do with the timing of iOS 4.2 which is set to release this week. Citation: Android 2.3 Gingerbread expected in the next few days (2010, November 9) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-11-android-gingerbread-days.html Explore further It has been rumored that developers may receive Android 2.3 OTA update as early as November 11 for the Nexus One handset. © 2010 PhysOrg.com Alvaro Fuentes Vasquez, a leader at the OHA organization that oversees development of Google’s Android platform, sent the follow tweet over the weekend: “Prepare your Nexus One (Developer Version) for Android OTA update 2.3 (Gingerbread) for the next few days.” It appears that the developers running the official developer handset, the Nexus One, will be the first to see their devices updated with Gingerbread. A few days after that, the build may get released to the general public who own a Nexus One. There has been no clarification on whether all Android 2.2 owners will get upgraded to Gingerbread or if it will start with Nexus One.The release of Gingerbread doesn’t mean that more powerful hardware is needed, as new features or optimizations can benefit users with existing handsets. Some of the rumored and/or expected changes include: • Big noticeable change to the OS is that the graphics and icons have been refreshed giving the application icons a more uniform appearance.• Large translucent icon place holders that will eventually be small for app menu. Customizable icon colors that are very vibrant and really changes the whole app UI. The refreshed UI also introduces motion scrolling to longer menus and adds animations.• SIP support to the native Google Voice application for Android that will make it possible to receive calls to your Google Voice number via Wi-Fi or 3G. This functionality may be only for Gingerbread and future releases.• The default media player would support more codecs by default at the OS Level and Google Music Service should be unveiled along with Android 2.3 as well as a separate market place for games are also expected with the new OS release.• Refreshed Android Market Web Site (for over-the-air app & music download)• Video Chat is gaining importance following Apple’s deployment of Face Time. • Social Network Enhancement and improvements of the core functionality like copy and paste to make it comparable with iOS.• WebM and WebP support in the browser (Open Standard Declaration)• Support for Google TV and bigger screen sizes up to a resolution of 1366×768.The OS update may be provided to Android developer handsets as early as this Thursday, November 11. Google’s last update to Android was the May release of Android 2.2 (Froyo). This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen Moving forward, says Bartels, the team is working to develop and integrate other methods of high-speed 3D imaging into their SHG holography platform – specifically, 3D fluorescent imaging capabilities, which is more challenging because fluorescent light lacks the coherence that we are able to exploit for high speed SHG 3D imaging. “We’re primarily interested in studying fast dynamics in live biological tissues and systems, and are working with a number of collaborators to look at various systems that display native SHG emission. We’re also expanding the capabilities of the microscope to increase axial resolution through new hologram reconstruction algorithms and modifications of the microscope design.” Their goal is to study dynamics that have been too fast to be captured by current microscopy tools and better understand that relevant biological processes. High-speed 4D reconstructions with centroid tracking. (A) 3D reconstructions of potato starch granules with a trace marking the centroid path. Yellow indicates t = 0 ms, orange indicates t = 32 ms, and red indicates t = 63 ms. (B) 3D volume reconstructions show movement in three dimensions. Yellow indicates t = 0 ms, orange indicates t = 50 ms, and red indicates t = 92 ms. (Scale bars: 10 μm.) (A video recording of the moving particles is provided in Movie S1.) Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 Holograms set for greatness Bartels tells Phys.org that while laser scanning is the standard approach to imaging with nonlinear optical contrast, since the beams must be scanned 3D image update rates are limited – and the capture of fast dynamics are restricted to 1D or 2D images, or charting a trajectory through the specimen. “A major problem is that live specimen motion provides changes to the image that distort measurements and make it impossible to track high speed behaviors. On the other hand, SHG holography is a non-scanning technique that captures 3D information in a single shot for each volume image frame.”Bartels adds that in addition to neural circuit dynamics, the scientists are interested in observing the high speed dynamics of muscle contraction and connective tissues subjected to high speed stresses, and observing the resultant strains. “Current imaging techniques lack the ability to observe the effect of such trauma on tissues, as well as to follow the subsequent strains and relaxation or damage that occurs. SHG holography will be able to capture a time sequence of images from these tissues to better understand tissue properties. Moreover,” he continues, “SHG holography opens up imaging of dynamics that were previously not observable. As biological functions are determined by 3D organization in tissues, the ability to study high speed dynamics of biological functions – or the response of biological systems and tissues to rapid external stimuli, perturbations, or trauma – will expand our understanding of the biology, and may inform our ability to treat injuries.” © 2013 Phys.org. All rights reserved. Citation: Harmonic holograms: High-speed three-dimensional imaging captures biological dynamics (2013, November 28) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-11-harmonic-holograms-high-speed-three-dimensional-imaging.html Given these challenges, Bartels says that increasing imaging speed required us to understand how to optimize the signal to noise levels of the SHG hologram and balance that optimization with an experimental design that prevented holographic fringes from washing out during high speed object motion. “We developed rigorous metrics for independently estimating noise and signal levels of a hologram, and optimized image speed, sensitivity, and signal to noise levels to obtain the optimal performance from the experimental system.” Their results suggested improvements that they plan to implement in their next-generation system. Comparison of SHG holographic reconstructions with LSM 3D images. All images were taken from a 50-μm thick slice of mouse skeletal muscle. (A) Holographic reconstruction shows connective tissue and sarcomere structures. (B) LSM 3D image of the same tissue region. (C) Volumetric overlay of the 3D images in A and B. (Scale bars: 10 μm.) Another volume reconstruction comparison is provided in SI Methods, section 13, Fig. S7. Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 Schematics of the SHG holographic microscope. (A) Off-axis holography setup is configured as a modified Mach–Zehnder interferometer. A detailed description is provided in Methods. (B) Representation of a sample emitting SHG, which is combined with the reference on a high-speed camera. (C) Holograms are numerically reconstructed, forming video-rate 3D information from a 2D hologram image. Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 “Beyond biological applications,” Bartels concludes, “I can imagine high throughput imaging of starch content for studying or monitoring biofuel production. Alternatively, kinetics of crystal formation and growth for some classes of crystals, including protein crystals, could be monitored.” (Phys.org) —In the world of biomedical science, optical microscopy rules – and nonlinear optical microscopy, which uses ultrashort pulse lasers as the illumination source, allows researchers to glean much greater detail from biological specimens. That being said, the technique’s weak signal levels significantly limit 3D image acquisition rates. Recently, however, scientists at Colorado State University employed 3D second harmonic generation achieved frame rates over 8,000 times faster than is possible with current nonlinear optical microscopy. (In second harmonic generation, or SHG, photons interact with a nonlinear material to form new photons with twice the energy and, therefore, twice the frequency and half the wavelength. While conventional optical microscopes obtain contrast by detecting variations in optical density, path length, or refractive index of the specimen, a second harmonic imaging microscope derives contrast from variations in a specimen’s ability to generate second harmonic light from incident laser light.) Moreover, the scientists introduced new methods that greatly improve the ability to quantify signal-to-noise quality. The researchers state that their study allows nonlinear optical imaging to study behavior that current experimental methodologies are unable to capture, such as neural circuit dynamics. 3D reconstructions of 350-μm thick mouse skeletal muscle at depths up to 150 μm. With the focus on the surface of the tissue as indicated in the cartoon, an SHG hologram is recorded (A) and reconstructed 75 μm deep into the tissue (B), 100 μm deep into the tissue (C), and 150 μm deep into the tissue (D). Holograms were recorded with an exposure time of 1 ms (A–C) or 4 ms (D). (Scale bars: 10 μm.) Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Play 3D SHG video recording of a potato starch flow recorded at 1,594.6 fps. (Scale bar: 10 μm.) Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 The main challenges in observing dynamics in live tissue, Bartels says, are the same as needed to speed up imaging to 10 mm/s – namely, brighter SHG scattering (which for a given specimen can only be increased by decreasing the illumination pulse duration) and optimizing the detection geometry. “While in this study we used a bulk ytterbium (Yb) solid state laser built in my laboratory that makes 350 femtoseconds laser pulses, we’re rebuilding the microscope with a new laser source that generates 80 fs pulses. This should increase our signals and top-end image field velocity by more than a factor of four. Also, it’s important to move the camera plane as close to the object as possible,” he points out, “as long as the fringes aren’t degraded by the moving objects.” The current paper provides a framework for evaluating an optimal experimental setup. Comparison of SHG holographic reconstructions with LSM 3D images. All images were taken from a 50-μm thick slice of mouse skeletal muscle. (A) Holographic reconstruction of collagen-rich connective tissue found in the skeletal muscle slice. (B) LSM 3D image of the same tissue region. (C) Volumetric overlay of the 3D images in A and B. (Scale bars: 10 μm.) Copyright © PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 Explore further More information: Submillisecond second harmonic holographic imaging of biological specimens in three dimensions, PNAS November 12, 2013 vol. 110 no. 46 18391-18396, doi:10.1073/pnas.1306856110 The scientists have also been able to exploit coherent scattering of second harmonic light from an entire specimen volume. “We’ve already observed the benefits of coherent volume scattering by comparing images captured with SHG holography and more conventional laser scanning second harmonic holography,” Bartels notes. “In structures, such as sarcomere segments in muscle fibers, we observed significantly brighter SHG signals from holography as compared to laser scanning SHG microscopy.” He adds that the differences were less pronounced for more compact objects. Prof. Randy A. Bartels discussed the paper that he, David R. Smith and David G. Winters published recently in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. “Our current configuration is capable of imaging continuously at essentially 10 mm/s for bright enough objects,” Bartels tells Phys.org. “In general, the main challenge in achieving this is making sure that the fringes don’t wash out for a given velocity – and we provide theory to easily calculate these conditions, such that the configuration in this paper was capable of recording holograms of objects moving at this velocity. If we consider an object moving at 10 mm/s,” he explains, “then in a 1-ms integration time (which we can easily do continuously), we need to resolve an object displacement of ~ 10 micron, which is roughly twenty times our current imaging resolution.” Although faster imaging is possible for a bright enough object with the camera plane moved farther away from the image plane, he adds, the object scatter enough second harmonic light to form a good hologram – and while for any particular object this is limited by the hyperpolarizability of constituent harmonophores (molecules or particles that produce second harmonic generation), the researchers can increase brightness with shorter illumination pulses.”We’re already using SHG to observe endogenous harmonophores,” Bartels continues, and are now studying live dynamics of a number of processes such as muscle contractions in embryonic models, and dynamics of structural tissues such as tendons, under high strain rates.” The team is also taking beginning steps to image action potentials of neurons. 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