The structuring of the environment to permit or promote specific patterns of behavior.
The external elements and conditions which surround, influence, and affect the life and development of an organism or population.
A plan for collecting and utilizing data so that desired information can be obtained with sufficient precision or so that an hypothesis can be tested properly.
The molecular designing of drugs for specific purposes (such as DNA-binding, enzyme inhibition, anti-cancer efficacy, etc.) based on knowledge of molecular properties such as activity of functional groups, molecular geometry, and electronic structure, and also on information cataloged on analogous molecules. Drug design is generally computer-assisted molecular modeling and does not include pharmacokinetics, dosage analysis, or drug administration analysis.
The aggregate of social and cultural institutions, forms, patterns, and processes that influence the life of an individual or community.
A state in which the environs of hospitals, laboratories, domestic and animal housing, work places, spacecraft, and other surroundings are under technological control with regard to air conditioning, heating, lighting, humidity, ventilation, and other ambient features. The concept includes control of atmospheric composition. (From Jane's Aerospace Dictionary, 3d ed)
Methods of creating machines and devices.
The use of computers for designing and/or manufacturing of anything, including drugs, surgical procedures, orthotics, and prosthetics.
Physical surroundings or conditions of a hospital or other health facility and influence of these factors on patients and staff.
Elements of limited time intervals, contributing to particular results or situations.
The study of microorganisms living in a variety of environments (air, soil, water, etc.) and their pathogenic relationship to other organisms including man.
Descriptions of specific amino acid, carbohydrate, or nucleotide sequences which have appeared in the published literature and/or are deposited in and maintained by databanks such as GENBANK, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), or other sequence repositories.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
The non-genetic biological changes of an organism in response to challenges in its ENVIRONMENT.
Theoretical representations that simulate the behavior or activity of biological processes or diseases. For disease models in living animals, DISEASE MODELS, ANIMAL is available. Biological models include the use of mathematical equations, computers, and other electronic equipment.
Computer-based representation of physical systems and phenomena such as chemical processes.
Models used experimentally or theoretically to study molecular shape, electronic properties, or interactions; includes analogous molecules, computer-generated graphics, and mechanical structures.
Specifications and instructions applied to the software.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.
Studies in which the presence or absence of disease or other health-related variables are determined in each member of the study population or in a representative sample at one particular time. This contrasts with LONGITUDINAL STUDIES which are followed over a period of time.
A group of symptoms that are two- to three-fold more common in those who work in large, energy-efficient buildings, associated with an increased frequency of headaches, lethargy, and dry skin. Clinical manifestations include hypersensitivity pneumonitis (ALVEOLITIS, EXTRINSIC ALLERGIC); allergic rhinitis (RHINITIS, ALLERGIC, PERENNIAL); ASTHMA; infections, skin eruptions, and mucous membrane irritation syndromes. Current usage tends to be less restrictive with regard to the type of building and delineation of complaints. (From Segen, Dictionary of Modern Medicine, 1992)
The contamination of indoor air.
Planned management, use, and preservation of energy resources.
Standards or regulations for construction which are designed to ensure safety against electrical hazards, fires, etc.
Supplies used in building.
Directions or principles presenting current or future rules of policy for assisting health care practitioners in patient care decisions regarding diagnosis, therapy, or related clinical circumstances. The guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by the convening of expert panels. The guidelines form a basis for the evaluation of all aspects of health care and delivery.
A collection of cloned peptides, or chemically synthesized peptides, frequently consisting of all possible combinations of amino acids making up an n-amino acid peptide.
A systematic statement of policy rules or principles. Guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by convening expert panels. The text may be cursive or in outline form but is generally a comprehensive guide to problems and approaches in any field of activity. For guidelines in the field of health care and clinical medicine, PRACTICE GUIDELINES AS TOPIC is available.
A large collection of DNA fragments cloned (CLONING, MOLECULAR) from a given organism, tissue, organ, or cell type. It may contain complete genomic sequences (GENOMIC LIBRARY) or complementary DNA sequences, the latter being formed from messenger RNA and lacking intron sequences.
Critical analyses of books or other monographic works.
Books containing photographs, prints, drawings, portraits, plates, diagrams, facsimiles, maps, tables, or other representations or systematic arrangement of data designed to elucidate or decorate its contents. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983, p114)
Individuals or groups, excluded from participation in the economic, social, and political activities of membership in a community.
Drugs designed and synthesized, often for illegal street use, by modification of existing drug structures (e.g., amphetamines). Of special interest are MPTP (a reverse ester of meperidine), MDA (3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine), and MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine). Many drugs act on the aminergic system, the physiologically active biogenic amines.
Treatment technique in a virtual environment which allows the participant to experience a sense of presence in an immersive, computer-generated, three-dimensional, interactive environment that minimizes avoidance behavior and facilitates emotional involvement. (from Curr Psychiatry Rep (2010) 12:298)
Absolute, comparative, or differential costs pertaining to services, institutions, resources, etc., or the analysis and study of these costs.
The awareness of the spatial properties of objects; includes physical space.
The conscious portion of the personality structure which serves to mediate between the demands of the primitive instinctual drives, (the id), of internalized parental and social prohibitions or the conscience, (the superego), and of reality.

Distribution of room size in hospitals. (1/568)

In the design of such complex buildings as hospitals the planner's problem is to provide a minimal amount of permanent structure so that it shall not get in the way of functional behavior of the occupants and their ability to change their environment. The purpose of this study was to discover which intervals seem to occur in hospitals by measuring the room size distribution found in existing buildings or buildings ready for construction. The results seem to confirm that the range of room sizes required is small and that exceptions are relatively rare.  (+info)

A population-based study of environmental hazards in the homes of older persons. (2/568)

OBJECTIVES: This study sought to estimate the population-based prevalence of environmental hazards in the homes of older persons and to determine whether the prevalence of these hazards differs by housing type or by level of disability in terms of activities of daily living (ADLs). METHODS: An environmental assessment was completed in the homes of 1000 persons 72 years and older. Weighted prevalence rates were calculated for each of the potential hazards and subsequently compared among subgroups of participants characterized by housing type and level of ADL disability. RESULTS: Overall, the prevalence of most environmental hazards was high. Two or more hazards were found in 59% of bathrooms and in 23% to 42% of the other rooms. Nearly all homes had at least 2 potential hazards. Although age-restricted housing was less hazardous than community housing, older persons who were disabled were no less likely to be exposed to environmental hazards than older persons who were nondisabled. CONCLUSIONS: Environmental hazards are common in the homes of community-living older persons.  (+info)

Place recognition monitored by location-driven operant responding during passive transport of the rat over a circular trajectory. (3/568)

Spatial memory of animals is usually tested in navigation tasks that do not allow recognition and recall processes to be separated from the mechanisms of goal-directed locomotion. In the present study, place recognition was examined in rats (n = 7) confined in an operant chamber mounted on the periphery of a slowly rotating disk (diameter 1 m, angular velocity 9 degrees /s). The animals were passively transported over a circular trajectory and were rewarded for bar pressing when they passed across a 60 degrees -wide segment of the path. This segment was recognizable with reference to room landmarks visible from the operant box. Responding defined in the coordinate system of the room increased when the chamber entered the 60 degrees -wide approach zone, culminated at the entrance into the reward sector, was decreased inside it by eating the available reward, and rapidly declined to zero at the exit from this zone. When reward was discontinued, the skewed response distribution changed into a symmetric one with a maximum in the center of the reward sector. With advancing extinction, the response peak in the reward sector decreased in most rats proportionally to the overall decline of bar pressing. The rewarded and nonrewarded response patterns indicate that passively transported rats can recognize their position in the environment with an accuracy comparable to that of actively navigating animals and that location-driven operant responding can serve as a useful tool in the analysis of the underlying neural mechanisms.  (+info)

Is it feasible to construct a community profile of exposure to industrial air pollution? (4/568)

OBJECTIVE: An epidemiological investigation to assess the validity of residential proximity to industry as a measure of community exposure. METHODS: 19 Housing estates in Teesside (population 1991: 77 330) in north east England were grouped into zones: A=near; B=intermediate; C=further from industry. With residential proximity of socioeconomically matched populations as a starting point a historical land use survey, historical air quality reports, air quality monitoring, dispersion modelling data, and questionnaire data, were examined. RESULTS: The populations in zones A, B, and C were similar for socioeconomic indicators and smoking history. Areas currently closest to industry had also been closest for most of the 20th century. Historical reports highlighted the influence of industrial emissions to local air quality, but it was difficult to follow spatial pollution patterns over time. Whereas contemporary NO(x) and benzene concentrations showed no geographical variation, dispersion modelling of emissions (116 industrial stacks, traffic, and domestic sources) showed a gradient associated with industry. The presumed exposure gradient of areas by proximity to industry (A>B>C) was evident for all of zone A and most of zones B and C. CONCLUSIONS: It was feasible to assemble a picture of community exposure by integration of measurements from different sources. Proximity of residence was a reasonable surrogate for complex community exposure.  (+info)

Does fitness erode in the absence of selection? An experimental test with Tribolium. (5/568)

In the absence of natural selection, average fitness in the population is expected to decline due to the accumulation of deleterious mutations. Replicate populations of flour beetles (Tribolium confusum) were maintained for 22 generations in the virtual absence of selection (random mating, favorable environment, excess of food, and mortality of only 3%). Larva-to-adult survivorship rates were similar in the stock population and selection-free populations. In contrast, starvation resistance of adult beetles from selection-free populations was significantly reduced (by more than 2% per generation). When tested in the favorable environment, beetles in one selection-free population had significantly slower development and smaller sizes of females than beetles from the stock population. Since such changes in these fitness components are usually maladaptive, they indicate possible erosion of fitness under relaxed selection at the rate of 0.1-0.2% per generation. No fitness erosion was detectable in the second selection-free population.  (+info)

The economic implications of self-care: the effect of lifestyle, functional adaptations, and medical self-care among a national sample of Medicare beneficiaries. (6/568)

OBJECTIVES: Self-care includes actions taken by individuals to promote or ensure their health, to recover from diseases or injuries, or to manage their effects. This study measured associations between self-care practices (lifestyle practices, adaptations to functional limitations, and medical self-care) and Medicare expenditures among a national sample of adults 65 years and older. METHODS: Regression models of Medicare use and expenditures were estimated by using the National Survey of Self-Care and Aging and Medicare claims for 4 years following a baseline interview. RESULTS: Lifestyle factors (swimming and walking) and functional adaptations (general home modifications) were associated with reductions in monthly Medicare expenditures over a 12-month follow-up period. Expenditure reductions were found over the 48-month follow-up period for participation in active sports, gardening, and medical self-care. Practices associated with increases in expenditures included smoking, physical exercise (possibly of a more strenuous nature), and specific home modifications. CONCLUSIONS: Certain self-care practices appear to have significant implications for Medicare expenditures and presumptively for the health status of older adults. Such practices should be encouraged among older adults as a matter of national health policy.  (+info)

The association of school environments with youth physical activity. (7/568)

OBJECTIVES: This study assessed the association of school environmental characteristics with student physical activity on campus. METHODS: Physical activity areas (n = 137) at 24 public middle schools were assessed for area type, size, and improvements (e.g., basketball courts). Student physical activity and the presence of equipment and supervision were directly observed before school, after lunch, and after school. RESULTS: Environmental characteristics explained 42% of the variance in the proportion of girls who were physically active and 59% of the variance for boys. CONCLUSIONS: School environments with high levels of supervision and improvements stimulated girls and boys to be more physically active.  (+info)

Crash and injury reduction following installation of roundabouts in the United States. (8/568)

OBJECTIVES: This study estimated potential reductions in motor vehicle crashes and injuries associated with the use of roundabouts as an alternative to signal and stop sign control at intersections in the United States. METHODS: An empiric Bayes procedure was used to estimate changes in motor vehicle crashes following conversion of 24 intersections from stop sign and traffic signal control to modern roundabouts. RESULTS: There were highly significant reductions of 38% for all crash severities combined and of 76% for all injury crashes. Reductions in the numbers of fatal and incapacitating injury crashes were estimated at about 90%. CONCLUSIONS: Results are consistent with numerous international studies and suggest that roundabout installation should be strongly promoted as an effective safety treatment.  (+info)

BACKGROUND: With an estimated one billion hypertension cases worldwide, the role of the built environment in its prevention and control is still uncertain. The present study aims to examine the associations between neighbourhood walkability and hypertension in a large and diverse population-based cohort. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We examined the association between neighbourhood walkability and blood pressure outcomes for N = 429,334 participants drawn from the UK Biobank and aged 38-73 years. Neighbourhood walkability was objectively modelled from detailed building footprint-level data within multi-scale functional neighbourhoods (1.0-, 1.5- and 2.0-kilometer street catchments of geocoded dwelling). A series of linear and modified Poisson regression models were employed to examine the association between walkability and outcomes of diastolic blood pressure (DBP in mmHg), systolic blood pressure (SBP in mmHg) and prevalent hypertension adjusting for socio-demographic, lifestyle and related physical
Privacy advocates have objected to the Google Street View feature, pointing to photographs that show people leaving strip clubs, protesters at an abortion clinic, sunbathers in bikinis, cottagers at public parks, people picking up prostitutes and people engaging in activities visible from public property which they do not wish to be photographed and have published online. Google maintains that the photos were taken from public property. However, this does not take into account that the Street View cameras take pictures from an elevated position, enabling them to look over hedges and walls designed to prevent some areas from being open to public view. Before launching the service, Google removed photos of domestic violence shelters, and it allows users to flag inappropriate or sensitive imagery for Google to review and remove. When the service was first launched, the process for requesting that an image be removed was not trivial. Google changed its policy to make removal more straightforward, ...
Google Street View has often been the subject of controversy. The latest: Google and Apple are facing a patent lawsuit for Street View technology used on the
Google Street View is the inspiration for a colon scope in development at McMaster University that would help detect signs of cancer.
Take a look at this amazing Google Street View Illusion illusion. Browse and enjoy our huge collection of optical illusions and mind-bending images and videos.
Une excellente utilisation des photos et des captations de la plateforme Google Street View, par lartiste Aaron Hobson. Sa série « Cinemascap
Media reports indicate that the image of an alleged birth on a pavement in Germany captured by Google Street View has been deleted from the site
BACKGROUND: Societies face the challenge of keeping people active as they age. Walkable neighborhoods have been associated with physical activity, but more rigorous analytical approaches are needed. OBJECTIVES: We used longitudinal data from adult residents of Brisbane, Australia (40 - 65 years of age at baseline) to estimate effects of changes in neighborhood characteristics over a 6-y period on the likelihood of walking for transport. METHODS: Analyses included 2,789 - 9,747 How Areas Influence Health and Activity (HABITAT) cohort participants from 200 neighborhoods at baseline (2007) who completed up to three follow-up questionnaires (through 2013). Principal components analysis was used to derive a proxy measure of walkability preference. Environmental predictors were changes in street connectivity, residential density, and land use mix within a onekilometer network buffer. Associations with any walking and minutes of walking were estimated using logistic and linear regression, including ...
Were delighted that CERN opened its doors to Google Maps Street View allowing anyone, anywhere in the world to take a peek into its laboratories, control centers and its myriad underground tunnels housing cutting-edge experiments. Street View also lets scientists working on the experiments, who may be on the other side of the world, explore the equipment theyre using. ...
Living in a walkable neighborhood could be an important factor in helping older adults maintain their physical and cognitive health, according to new research from the University of Kansas.. In the small study, researchers monitored a group of adults diagnosed with mild Alzheimers disease and compared them to those without any cognitive impairment. Over a two-year period, individuals completed cognitive tests designed to measure attention, verbal memory and mental status. The walkability of participants neighborhoods was determined using geographic information systems (GIS). Medical News Today reports:. ...
ObjectivesFew studies have examined whether social characteristics of the residential environment are associated with blood pressure after controlling for individual sociodemographic characteristics. Even less is known about the processes by which these associations operate. Therefore, we examined w
With the unblinking eye of Googles Street Views, anyone can be a virtual rubbernecker. And some of the things you can spot using the service are downright unexplainable.
Ecological models of health behaviour are an important conceptual framework to address the multiple correlates of obesity. Several single-country studies previously examined the relationship between the built environment and obesity in adults, but results are very diverse. An important reason for these mixed results is the limited variability in built environments in these single-country studies. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine associations between perceived neighbourhood built environmental attributes and BMI/weight status in a multi-country study including 12 environmentally and culturally diverse countries. A multi-site cross-sectional study was conducted in 17 cities (study sites) across 12 countries (Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, the UK and USA). Participants (n = 14222, 18-66 years) self-reported perceived neighbourhood environmental attributes. Height and weight were self-reported in eight countries, and measured
There are still many green spaces in Inanda and the Woza eNanda Walking Trail often runs along the river or through densely vegetated slopes along small footpaths. A lot of interesting plants can be encountered here. Some are used for medicinal purposes or linked with cultural beliefs. But there are also a lot of invasive alien plants that must be carefully controlled or should be eradicated.. Our horticulturalist, Lindelani Zuke, provides some explanations, but please contribute your own knowledge through the comment feature below or e-mail us at [email protected] Tell us, what the Zulu name of the different plants is and what the community uses these plants for. You can also mail us your own pictures of plants and tree.. You can also get information about social and cultural points of interest along the Woza eNanda Walking trail and follow our updates on the further development.. INDIGENOUS TREES AND SHRUBS. Wild Plum. Scientific name: Harpephyllum ...
Apple is incorporating advanced 3D imaging to bring a variety of new features to iOS users, from building outlines to topographical terrain to fully rendered 3D models that not only replace Googles StreetView, but offer to provide 360 degree views across neighborhoods, behind buildings and even off roads.
The Faroe Islands, which isnt even on some world maps, put a small brigade of ovine videographers in charge of what it called Sheepview
House prices have been on the rise in the UK for a number of years and many researchers have attempted to predict them. With major improvements in computing power and technology, a rise in deep learning methods and their application to big data has been observed. Can the two be combined in a novel way? We first explore whether house prices in London in the years 2015 and2016 can be estimated using Google Street View images and deep learning tools. We find that house prices can be inferred from Google Street View images, although predictions for areas with very high prices are less reliable. We also explore whether we can automatically identify areas which have experienced the highest relative increases in house price over the past ten years. Here we find that predictions are reasonable, but the model appears to mostly label areas which resemble the centre of London as areas in which house prices have risen the most, rather than capturing more nuanced patterns across the city. Analysis of changes ...
Children living in neighborhoods with low walkability are at increased risk of asthma, according to a study published online April 17 in the Annals of the Ameri
Early care and education (ECE) settings play an important role in shaping the nutrition and physical activity habits of young children. Increasing research attention is being directed toward family child care homes (FCCHs) specifically. However, existing measures of child care nutrition and physical activity environments are limited in that they have been created for use with center-based programs and require modification for studies involving FCCHs. This paper describes the modification of the Environment and Policy Assessment and Observation (EPAO) for use in FCCHs. The EPAO underwent a through modification process that incorporated an updated format for the data collection instrument, assessment of emerging best practices, tailoring to the FCCH environment, and creation of a new scoring rubric. The new instrument was implemented as part of a larger randomized control trial. To assess inter-rater reliability, observations on 61 different days were performed independently by two data collectors. To
TY - JOUR. T1 - International study of perceived neighbourhood environmental attributes and Body Mass Index: IPEN Adult study in 12 countries. AU - De Bourdeaudhuij, I. AU - Van Dyck, D. AU - Salvo, D. AU - DAVEY, Rachel. AU - Reiss, RS. AU - Schofield, Grant. AU - Reis, Rodrigo. AU - Mitáš, Josef. AU - Christiansen, Breum. AU - Macfarlane, Duncan. AU - Sugiyama, Takemi. AU - Ontoso, Inés. AU - Owen, Neville. AU - Conway, Terry L.. AU - Sallis, James F.. AU - Cerin, Ester. PY - 2015/5/16. Y1 - 2015/5/16. N2 - Background: Ecological models of health behaviour are an important conceptual framework to address the multiple correlates of obesity. Several single-country studies previously examined the relationship between the built environment and obesity in adults, but results are very diverse. An important reason for these mixed results is the limited variability in built environments in these single-country studies. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine associations between perceived ...
The Golden Cap Estate is ideal for walking, whether you favour long hikes or a gentle leg stretch. Need inspiration? You can download walking trails for the Golden Cap Estate before you visit.
The objective of this study was to test whether the association between walkable environments and lower body mass index (BMI) was stronger within disadvantaged groups that may be particularly sensitive to environmental constraints.
The Healthy Living through Environment, Policy, and Improved Clinical Care (EPICC) Program was formed in 2013, consolidating three Utah Department of Health programs (Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, and the Physical Activity, Nutrition and Obesity Program). The purpose of the consolidation was to ensure a productive, collaborative, and efficient program focused on health outcomes. The EPICC Program aims to reduce the incidence of diabetes, heart disease, and stroke by targeting risk factors including reducing obesity, increasing physical activity and nutritious food consumption, and improving diabetes and hypertension control. [[br]] The primary program strategies include: *Increasing healthy nutrition and physical activity environments in K-12 schools *Increasing healthy nutrition and physical activity environments in early care and education (childcare/preschool) *Increasing healthy nutrition and physical activity environments in worksites ...
Importantly, in the two years reviewed in the survey, 9.4% of participants reported at least one case of transport-associated pneumonia and 35 transported horses had died, most commonly from fractures, colic or pneumonia.. Transport-related pneumonia. Previous research had already identified transportation aggravates pre-existing respiratory disease; in other words, if you transport a sick horse, you will end up with a sicker horse at the other end.. Dr Padalino and colleagues, however, questioned whether a high level of stress during transport could play a role in the progression of disease and could, therefore, be used to identify those individuals who are at risk of developing respiratory illness post-travel.. To investigate this particular question, 12 horses - all experienced travelers - were transported on an eight-hour journey.. The horses were split into two groups, which travelled the same route, in the same horse truck on two separate days. They travelled side-on in a six-horse truck ...
The FCC cleared Google of wrongdoing in the so-called WiSpy case concerning the collection of Wi-Fi data from Google Street View cars. It was the right call, says columnist Mike Elgan, because Google did nothing wrong.
The Colonial Theatre is located at 227 Bridge Street, in the heart of Phoenixvilles historic business district. Click here to download a PDF with directions and a map. Click here for a Google street view. Street Parking 2 hour free* street parking is available on the 100, 200, and 300 blocks of Bridge Street; and on
Google Street View launched in Australia today. Making me über homesick - Ive already visited my flat, my favourite cafe and Tamarama... The most spectacular view (courtesy of Hamish) has to be this one though.
NOTE: All public rights-of-way in front of properties must maintain a minimum continuous clear walkway area 5 feet wide and 7 feet tall to make our neighborhood walkways and forests accessible for all.. See our Dunbar/Spring Neighborhood Walkability Study here.. Sponsored by the Dunbar/Spring Neighborhood Foresters, Desert Harvesters, and the LEAF Network. Chipping Service by donation: Turn wastes into resources, as you transform your prunings into mulch.. Throughout the pruning workshop day, Omar Ore-Giron will be renting and operating an industrial chipper-shredder to quickly turn prunings into mulch. To cover costs he will be asking for a donation of $30 per property for those using the chipper services. This is an amazing deal, as this would ordinarily cost well over $100 per property.. Pruning Requirements and Guidelines for Neighborhood Mulching Service. ...
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 , Presented by Site Resources Division Mason Crew , 43. Some sidewalks at the Lab are decades old, with cracks caused by weather and roots, posing potential tripping hazards to the site’s many walkers. The Site Resources Division crew is systemically identifying the sidewalks that need repair and replacement, and getting the job done. Watch the video to learn more.. Video Tags: safety safety day ...
Conditions: The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Similarly, the work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to manipulate equipment, and to talk and hear. The employee is required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.. Work Environment: The noise level in the work environment is high to moderate.. Disclaimer: The above statements reflect the ...
The Paper focuses on the inbound know-how transfer for the development of open innovation as an approach to business management. It can be a challenging task for useful and meaningful transfer of external know-how to create value, thus the addressed research questions are: What constitutes a successful know-how transfer? How to measure performance of know-how transfer? How transfer of know-how should be done? Qualitative research methods - participatory action research within a specific case and application of existing theories as well as focus groups discussions were applied to create the study and obtain triangulation. The paper applied both inductive and deductive reasoning. The research shows that learning outcomes based approach can be used for successful know-how transfer. Performance of know-how transfer is affected by accuracy of the stated aim (learning outcomes), applied teaching, learning and assessment methods and both internal and external environment characteristics of the stakeholders
Standardization in the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings for acceptable indoor environment and practicable energy conservation and efficiency. Building environment design addresses the technical building systems and related architectural aspects, and includes the related design …
Standardization in the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings for acceptable indoor environment and practicable energy conservation and efficiency. Building environment design addresses the technical building systems and related architectural aspects, and includes the related design …
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The Walking Tour of Historic Homes and Gardens allows you a glimpse of Summervilles rich history -The majestic homes with well-manicured gardens is the perfect way to experience our small town atmosphere. In 1976 a portion of the town was listed in the
SCRANTON -- Lake Scranton is off limits to people until at least Friday.Pennsylvania American Water has closed the parking lot and walking path.Officials said downed trees and debris from Sandy are safety concerns.
From Obereggen at the base of Latemar on an easy forest path leading to Epircher Laner Alm. Contact the Tourist Info Office for guided excursions and courses.
Environmentally friendly drilling muds based on Amodrill drilling fluids can reduce overall operating costs. INEOS Oligomers offer fluids for both offshore and onshore use. Amodrill fluids have positive environmental attributes and can improve penetration rates. INEOS Oligomers offers a range of alpha olefin drilling products to the oilfield drilling arena which include linear alpha olefins, olefin blends and polyalphaolefins. These clear, colorless, water-white mobile liquids have been used in marine drilling environments for more than a decade. In land trials, low density Amodrill LAO fluids have led to improved penetration rates.. AMODRILL GRADE SUMMARY. These products offer a number of positive environmental attributes, including:. ...
Google has confirmed it wont be taking any more pictures with its Street View cars in Germany, despite winning a recent court case to allow it to continue doing so.
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BackgroundDespite increasing interest in the extent to which features of residential environments contribute to incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus, no multis
Background: Neighborhood walkability achieved through land-use and transport planning is an important determinant of physical activity, especially for older adults who spend more time in their neighborhoods than do other ages. This three-year study aimed to examine the longitudinal association...
How would environmental education be implemented for effectiveness today? Deep reflection on the way of teaching environment in classes to achieve effectiveness is required. If there exist differences in students environmental perception depending on environment class pattern, its most effective way should be looked for. In environmental education, inducing the students to have advisable attitude voluntary about environment is more important than teaching them environmental knowledge. From such view, students active participation is necessary for successful environmental classes. Students need to be set to share their principle, values, attitude about environment problems at environmental class through presentation which is important factor to make them have advisable environmental attitude. Therefore, environmental class need to be carried out student-led way. For that, a class model need to be designed which will be helpful for the students to arrange and elaborate their emitting thought ...
Genes, Molecules & Cells will cover core areas of biomolecular sciences, in particular the genetic, molecular and cellular processes that underpin biological systems. The overarching theme of the course is to equip students with a broad general knowledge and understanding of the fundamental concepts that underpin these subject areas, revealing the complexity of biological systems, aspects of the molecular basis of life, and how molecular mechanisms are regulated in healthy organisms but may fail in disease. The thematic areas of the course are: Genetics, Environmental Perception, Developmental Biology and Enzymes and Energy, and cover topics as diverse as the control of genetic information, the use of model organisms, the control of cell shape, cell division and movement, organogenesis and the development of drugs.. The course will also equip the student with a broad knowledge of experimental approaches and specific laboratory skills. ...
In an effort to help beautify our city, the City of Logansport provides a set amount of funding each year (as funding is available) to assist property owners in replacing sidewalks and curbing. Property owners may complete an application for sidewalk and/or curb replacement and submit the application to the Street Department. The citys contracted concrete company will provide an estimated cost for replacement and the city will pay half of the cost upon completion of the job. Applications are on a first-come/first-served basis as long as funds are available. Property owners may use the online application or pick up an application at the Street Department. ...
This tag is to tell if a point of interest along the side of a road, such as fire hydrant, street light, bus shelter, utility pole, etc. is between the road and the sidewalk, or away from the sidewalk. ...
There will soon be a new sidewalk system connecting 32nd and Kokomo east to Joliet and south to 24th.. With all the construction currently going on between the 24th Street reconstruction project and the school districts bond projects, the city will add a 5-foot sidewalk connecting Thunderbird Elementary to Coronado Middle School, said Tim Crosswhite, director of public works for Plainview.. ...
Here I propose to deploy a proton-transfer-reaction time-of-flight mass spectrometer (PTR-ToF-MS) for temporally and spatially resolved measurements of VOC composition in residential environment. The goal is to characterize the microbial contribution to the VOC composition in living environment, as compared to contributions from human occupants, outdoor air, and other sources. Statistical methods will be applied to the acquired full mass spectral matrix to resolve fingerprint mass spectra of key indoor VOC sources. The hypothesis is that the various key VOC sources have distinct mass spectral features and time and spatial variation. This work will be advised primarily by Professor Allen Goldstein and secondarily by Professor William Nazaroff at the University of California, Berkeley.. ...
... design; energy; environment; telecommunications; and creative economy. In the city of Campo Bom, the park segment has capacity ... In order to achieve this goal, VALETEC develops and manages environments for technological innovation, such as incubators, ... a result of our deep respect for the environment. The surroundings have been keeping up with the park's growth. This is the ...
Environment; Design; Governance and Innovation. Green Star certification is a formal process in which an independent assessment ... Ratings for buildings are available at the design stage ('Design' ratings), at the post-construction phase (known as 'As Built ... In 2005, Council House 2 in Melbourne became the first building to achieve a 6 Star Green Star - Office Design v1 rating. ... Ratings can be achieved at the planning phase for communities, during the design, construction or fit out phase of buildings, ...
Environment Agency. "Cove Brook". Catchment Data Explorer. Environment Agency. "Blackwater (Hawley to Whitewater confluence at ... "The Design". The Ash Aqueduct. Basingstoke Canal. November 2001. Archived from the original on 14 March 2016. "Glossary (see ... Environment Agency. "Blackwater (Bramshill to River Loddon confluence at Swallowfield)". Catchment Data Explorer. Environment ... The Environment Agency measure water quality of the river systems in England. Each is given an overall ecological status, which ...
Security requirements cover 11 areas related to the design and implementation of a cryptographic module. Within most areas, a ... Security Level 4 cryptographic modules are useful for operation in physically unprotected environments. Security Level 4 also ... The security requirements cover areas related to the secure design and implementation of a cryptographic module. These areas ... A cryptographic module is required to either include special environmental protection features designed to detect fluctuations ...
UN Environment. Loeliger, P.; Flückiger, E. (1976). "Sulfide Contraction via Alkylative Coupling: 3-Methyl-2,4-Hepthanedione". ... 1,1-Dimethylethylenediamine 1,2-Dimethylethylenediamine "BASF ups capacity at DMAPA plant". Cosmetics Design. 2003-10-28. 3- ...
Delivering Added Value to Users by Data Configuration 2. Interface Design 2.1. User Interfaces 2.2. Help Methods 2.3. Multiple ... Multiple Output Formats 3. Technical Environment 3.1. Multiple Platform 3.2. Database Technology 3.3. Batch Processes 4. ...
Fine Art Digital Environment) Textiles, Environment, Design (TED) Chelsea is a constituent college of the University of the ... It offers further and higher education courses in fine art, graphic design, interior design, spatial design and textile design ... "Textiles, Environment, Design". Archived from the original on 31 March 2019. Retrieved 30 January 2016. " ... design, fashion and media schools into a collegiate structure. The school was renamed Chelsea College of Art and Design in 1989 ...
Historic Environment Scotland. Retrieved 3 November 2020. "The Ayton Brothers of St Andrews". Integrative Golf Design. ... "7 and 8 The Links, Tom Morris House and Golf Shop". Historic Environment Scotland. Retrieved 5 November 2020. W. W. Tulloch (7 ... in the design. St. Andrew's Golf Club (including an apostrophe "s") - The club published a handbook in 1910 with St. Andrew's ...
"The designer of which of these buildings just won the USs richest architecture prize?". Building Design. UBM Built Environment ... The two prizes represent the most significant recognition for classicism in the contemporary built environment. The following ... and the eponymous Clem Labine Award for creating more humane and beautiful environments. The Driehaus Prize is awarded to a ... 50,000 Reed Award represent the most significant recognition for classicism in the contemporary built environment.; retained ...
"BPA Alternatives in Thermal Paper Partnership" (PDF). Design for Environment. EPA. 29 January 2014. Retrieved 23 March 2014. ... The Minister of Environment said to wait for the EFSA review but not for too long. From March 2011 it is prohibited to ... BPA infiltrates the environment by running off of landfills so because of this, it is mostly found in water. Aquatic ... Charles Schumer introduced a 'BPA-Free Kids Act of 2008' to the U.S. Senate seeking to ban BPA in any product designed for use ...
"Chapter 8: Works in the River". Fluvial Design Guide. Environment Agency. sec. 8.1.3. Retrieved 11 July 2013. "Colwick". Sage ... Retrieved 11 April 2013.[permanent dead link] "Environment Agency What's in your Backyard". Environment Agency. Archived from ... "Hi Flows UK". Environment Agency. Retrieved 4 March 2013. James R. Penn (2001). Rivers of the World: A Social, Geographical, ... Environment Agency. section 4.13. Retrieved 10 October 2014. RSPB Where To Go Wild in Britain. Dorling Kindersley. 2009. p. 265 ...
Dunnett, James (20 March 2009). "Mellow on Marsh". Building Design. UBM Built Environment. Retrieved 13 January 2008. Wright, ... Horace George Marsh (16 March 1921 - October 1998) was an English architect, best known for his work on the design of buildings ... Marsh's architectural style was very different and brought a fresh design input to the practice. From the time of Marsh's ...
The college is divided into three schools: School of Architecture & Environment, School of Art + Design, and the School of ... Other branch locations are: The Design Library in Lawrence Hall (renamed "Design" from the "Architecture & Allied Arts Library ... Architecture and Environment; Art and Design; Journalism and Communication; Law; Music and Dance; and Planning, Public Policy ... The Green Product Design Network (GPDN) was created by a group of leaders from the UO with expertise in green chemistry, ...
The boat was designed to be used as a luxury yacht after the record attempt was finished. It is currently being used as an ... "PlanetSolar Unveils World's Largest Solar Boat". Environment News Service. February 27, 2010. "An inside look at the world's ... The boat is registered in Switzerland and was financed by a German entrepreneur, Immo Ströher and designed by Craig Loomes. ... "PlanetSolar". LOMOcean Design. Retrieved 2010-04-24.[permanent dead link] Behling, Frank (24 April 2010). "Das Solarschiff ...
"Design Your Solar". Retrieved 2020-04-20. "Solar power for less than your cable bill , Environment Forum". Blogs ... On October 25, 2019, Tesla announced Version 3 ("V3") of the solar roof design. Tesla estimates that the price of a solar roof ... "Solar Powered Business Leader". San Francisco Department of the Environment. "SolarCity increases the scope of its PPA Program ... "Solar City Adds Energy Efficiency to Solar Finance, Design and Monitoring". Greentech Media. 2010-10-14. Retrieved 2011-10-15 ...
"2003 Best Environment Design". Web Cartoonist Choice Awards. Archived from the original on November 26, 2007. Retrieved October ... It was also nominated for "Best Environment Design" in 2003 and "Best Story Concept" in 2005. Jack was nominated for "Best ...
The CLAN study conducted by Carver and Crawford in 2008 revealed that the built environment and street design can also play a ... This report influenced design in countries such as Sweden and Australia as well as San Francisco's Urban Design Plan. At the ... Donovan, Jenny (2016). "Enabling Play Friendly Spaces" (PDF). Environment Design Guide: 1-18. JSTOR 26152194. Retrieved 14 ... Some planners and designs in the United States now see the street as a place to live, gather, and play instead of a means to ...
"Werneth-Freehold Renewal: A masterplan for Housing Market Renewal" (PDF). Urbanism Environment Design (urbed). May 2004 (PDF). ...
His books explore the presence of time and history in the urban environment, how urban environments affect children, and how to ... The Environmental Design Research Association. pp. 27-46.[permanent dead link] --- (1984). "Reconsidering the Image of the City ... He is known for his work on the perceptual form of urban environments and was an early proponent of mental mapping. His most ... Parallel to his academic work, Lynch practiced planning and urban design in partnership with Stephen Carr, with whom he founded ...
Litter and its removal 878-894...................................Special types of environment. Including soil pollution, air ... Including fireproof construction, concrete construction 2025-3000...............................Details in building design and ... Automatic machinery (General) 227-240...................................Machine design and drawing 241-254.7 ... Highway design. Interchanges and intersections 177-178.8................................Roadside development. Landscaping 200- ...
Udasin, Sharon (2 August 2012). "Environment: Showcasing ecological design". The Jerusalem Post. The Yakir Israel Yafa Award ... The building's capsule design and energy-saving features was designed to make it a "living laboratory" for teaching and ... "I really just feel so strongly that it isn't right for people to live in a dirty environment, and in an unpleasant environment ... Porter was personally involved in the design and construction of the school's new building on the Tel Aviv University campus. ...
... environments were often the first to develop what are now common object-oriented software design patterns. One of the ... and software design patterns. The highly productive environment provided by Smalltalk platforms made them ideal for rapid, ... The first hardware-environments which run the Smalltalk VMs were Xerox Alto computers. Smalltalk was the product of research ... The design of distributed Smalltalk influenced such systems as CORBA. Smalltalk-80 syntax is rather minimalist, based on only a ...
"WeWork cofounder employs architectural design skills in global 'startup' valued at $16 billion". College of Design. Retrieved ... "Miguel McKelvey 1990". School of Architecture & Environment. 2017-06-16. Retrieved 2019-08-30. Henry, Zoë (2015-10-16). "This ... McKelvey designed the name, logo, and a working website for the new business in one night. Green Desk was an eco-friendly ... "Design Is About Connection: WeWork's Miguel McKelvey". Fortune. Retrieved 2019-10-04. Bosa, Deirdre (2020-06-05). "WeWork co- ...
The building's exterior of red, ribbon-like, vertical steel beams was designed to evoke the visual sensation of light passing ... and as one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan by the Ministry of the Environment in 1996. "青森駅周辺整備基本計画" [Basic Plan for the ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "aomori nebuta house museum • Japan". Molo Design. Retrieved 1 June 2020. CS1 maint: ... Ministry of the Environment. Retrieved 27 April 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Elaine Yu (17 June 2016). "Last ...
"Manned spaceship design unveiled". BBC News (Science & Environment). 22 July 2008. Retrieved 20 August 2015. "Russia mulls ... The work areas of the study are: preliminary system design examining the vehicle's configuration detailed subsystem design ... In 2009 Russia decided it would go with a version of the original design of the CSTS and renamed it the Prospective Piloted ... In mid-2009 EADS Astrium was awarded a €21 million study into designing a crewed variation of the European ATV vehicle which is ...
Design engineers have been involved in work at The National Gallery since the mid 1980s when the company designed the building ... "Improving our Environment". Braidwood, Ella. "Purcell wins approval for major National Gallery extension ... "HDR acquires healthcare design-build firm Cooper Medical , Building Design + Construction". Retrieved 2011-11- ... In September, 2017, HDR acquired long-time partner, Maintenance Design Group, a firm specializing in the planning and design of ...
The Environment Agency is the navigation authority for the river, which is navigable as far upstream as Crowland, and with very ... The A16 road crosses the river by a three-arched stone bridge designed by Edward Browning in 1845. Below it, Albert Bridge is ... The river is now managed by the Environment Agency between Stamford and just below Fosdyke bridge, and a licence is required to ... These wash lands were designed to be flooded in extremis, although the building of the Coronation flood relief channel has made ...
"2011 Winner: Built Environment". Premiers Sustainability Awards. Government of Victoria. 2011. Retrieved 20 November 2014. [1] ... Chua, Geraldine (6 January 2014). "Melbourne's tallest skinny skyscraper by BKK Architects approved". Architecture & Design. ... "Legion House, Liberty House". Architecture & Design. 21 November 2014. Retrieved 29 December 2020. Australian Taxation Office ( ... and the self-supporting nature of the structure designed by the previous owner were initially identified as possible causes. ...
Ruffle S. (1986) "Architectural design exposed: from computer-aided-drawing to computer-aided-design" Environments and Planning ... Combining models enables visualisation of all models in a single environment, better coordination and development of designs, ... "Adopt bim or be 'Betamaxed out' says Morrell". Building Design. Retrieved 17 October 2014. "Modern Built Environment - ... The BIM manager is retained by a design build team on the client's behalf from the pre-design phase onwards to develop and to ...
Atlanta's Chief Resilience Officer to Speak at College of Environment and Design , News & Events , College of Environment + ... Design". 2020-09-12. Archived from the original on 2020-09-12. Retrieved 2020-09-12. Retold, Retail. "Retail Retold - EP 045: ...
These projects are "designed to strengthen scientific and technological excellence on a particular research topic through the ... "enable complex drone operations with a high degree of automation to take place in all types of operational environments, ... Following the requirements derived from this preliminary studies, a Smart UTM Design is drafted in alignment with the U-Space ... specific microservices will be prototyped and laboratory scale tested in a server-less cloud-based environment.[29] ...
Label directions are designed to maximize the effectiveness of the product, while protecting the applicator, consumers, and the ... and the environment.[2] It is administered and regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the ... the environment, and wildlife and weigh these against their benefits, taking action against those for which the risks ... or proposed new use of a registered pesticide will not cause unreasonable adverse effects on human health and environment.[3] ...
Design Patent[edit]. The patent for a cucumber sandwich should be listed under design patents as an unusual example. ... and other measures needed to maintain our editing environment. The arbitration policy describes the Committee's roles and ... and other measures needed to maintain our editing environment. The arbitration policy describes the Committee's roles and ... and other measures needed to maintain our editing environment. The arbitration policy describes the Committee's roles and ...
AP-X - designed by Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (APCI). *AP-SMR (Single Mixed Refrigerant) - designed by Air Products & ... Pacific Environment : California Energy Program Archived 2007-06-08 at the Wayback Machine ... PRICO (SMR) - designed by Black & Veatch. *AP-DMR (Dual Mixed Refrigerant) - designed by Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (APCI) ... AP-N (Nitrogen Refrigerant) - designed by Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (APCI). *MFC (mixed fluid cascade) - designed by Linde ...
After studying the physical environment of the planet Mars, they are now designing a suitable Martian community. ... During the Open Schools movement of the 1970s, several ideas designed to influence public education were put into practice, ... Ultimately, the presence of free transportation contributes to more integrated magnet environments.[16] ... to be models for school improvement plans and provide students with opportunities to succeed in a diverse learning environment. ...
Many mammals, in the absence of sufficient food requirements in an environment, suppress their metabolism and conserve energy ... and lorikeets amongst others have specially adapted brushy tongues and in many cases bills designed to fit co-adapted flowers.[ ... A few mammals in hot environments aestivate in times of drought or extreme heat, namely the fat-tailed dwarf lemur ( ...
Stephen Morse; Michael Stockin (1995). People and Environment: Development for the Future. Taylor & Francis Group. ISBN 978-1- ... This idea differs significantly from some recent permaculture practice that focuses on permaculture design, which may involve ... he suggested an approach that takes advantage of the local environment.[7] Although natural farming is considered a subset of ...
The department is designed as a regional perinatal center for high risk pregnancies. The 56-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit ... and a mobile trailer that recreates a home environment to educate children about fire safety. The Burn Center and its staff ... Community outreach programs include classroom programs designed to enhance science and health curriculum, juvenile firesetter ...
Radiation, People and the Environment. IAEA. pp. 39-42. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 5, 2008.. ... PET scanners designed specifically for imaging rodents, often referred to as microPET, as well as scanners for small primates, ... PC-I was the first instrument using this concept and was designed in 1968, completed in 1969 and reported in 1972. The first ... Their work later led to the design and construction of several tomographic instruments at the University of Pennsylvania. In ...
Berg, Linda (23 March 2007). Introductory Botany: Plants, People, and the Environment, Media Edition. Cengage Learning. ISBN ... Thus, leaf design may involve compromise between carbon gain, thermoregulation and water loss on the one hand, and the cost of ... In the course of evolution, leaves have adapted to different environments in the following ways:[citation needed] ...
The company continues to design products intended to reflect the original ethos from the garage days - applying themes from ... The firm is involved with various philanthropic endeavors that directly benefit children, the arts and the environment. They ... music, art and pop culture with an influence from mid century design into everyday objects.[citation needed] The company's ...
Kusimba, Sibel (2003). African Foragers: Environment, Technology, Interactions. Rowman Altamira. p. 285. ISBN 0-7591-0154-X.. ... The earliest explanation, by the prehistorian Abbe Breuil, interpreted the paintings as a form of magic designed to ensure a ... Some Upper Paleolithic societies in resource-rich environments (such as societies in Sungir, in what is now Russia) may have ...
McFarland, Grant (2006) Microprocessor design: a practical guide from design planning to manufacturing. McGraw-Hill ... Multiple-base transistor, used to amplify very-low-level signals in noisy environments such as the pickup of a record player or ... Lee, Thomas H. (2003). The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits. Soldering & Surface Mount Technology. 16. ... Sansen, W. M. C. (2006). Analog design essentials. New York, Berlin: Springer. p. §0152, p. 28. ISBN 978-0-387-25746-4. .. ...
"Current Pharmaceutical Design. 5 (9): 707-23. PMID 10495361. Archived from the original on 27 February 2020. Retrieved 21 ... In a sebum-rich skin environment, the naturally occurring and largely commensal skin bacterium C. acnes readily grows and can ... design, and product selection". The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. 6 (12): 19-27. PMC 3997205. PMID 24765221.. ... Results from Two Identically Designed, Phase 3, Randomized, Double-Blind Clinical Trials". Journal of Drugs in Dermatology. 17 ...
"Built Environment. 44: 52-76. doi:10.2148/benv.44.1.52.. *^ Menzel, Margie (March 17, 2015). "Moving forward: Transgender ... Some unisex public toilets are designed to be used by people with disabilities and have either individual or gender-neutral ... In the case of India, it has been found that designing transgender-inclusive sanitation is more than just a technical issue: It ... Especially where space is limited, the double design of the sanitary facilities is not possible or only possible to a limited ...
JEL: Q56 - Environment and Development; Environment and Trade; Sustainability; Environmental accounting. JEL: Q57 - Ecological ... JEL: M54 - Labor Management (team formation, worker empowerment, job design, tasks and authority, job satisfaction). JEL: M55 ... JEL: F18 - Trade and Environment. JEL: F19 - Outros. JEL: F2 - International Factor Movements and International Business ... JEL: P28 - Natural Resources; Energy; Environment. JEL: P29 - Outros. JEL: P3 - Socialist Institutions and Their Transitions ...
... design, modify a MOTS design for Australian conditions, design an evolution of the Collins-class, or create a new design. ... Australia's unique operating environment (including significant variations in ocean climate and conditions) and rejection of ... Design an entirely new submarine. Designs initially considered for the various MOTS routes included the German-designed Type ... Design[edit]. Candidates[edit]. A German designed Type 214 submarine at the HDW building yard in Kiel, 2008. An evolved Type ...
Huesemann, M.H., and J.A. Huesemann (2011). Technofix: Why Technology Won't Save Us or the Environment, New Society Publishers ... Lechner, Norbert (2012). Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics: Sustainable Design Methods for Architecture. Hoboken, New Jersey: ... Engineering is the goal-oriented process of designing and making tools and systems to exploit natural phenomena for practical ... and the invention of the wheel helped humans to travel in and control their environment. Developments in historic times, ...
"User-Centered Design: A Case Study on Its Application to the Tactical Tomahawk Weapons Control System."Johns Hopkins APL ... In Microsoft Windows environments, for example, note the potential use of:[8] ... In user-centered design, personas are created to represent the types of users. It is sometimes specified for each persona which ... When few constraints are imposed on the end-user category, especially when designing programs for use by the general public, it ...
Schmidt-Nielsen, Knut (1997). Animal Physiology: Adaptation and Environment. Cambridge University Press. p. 117. ISBN 0-521- ... Ancient seafaring people were aware of the octopus, as evidenced by certain artworks and designs. For example, a stone carving ... "designed" to detach during copulation. In 1856 the Danish zoologist Japetus Steenstrup demonstrated that it is used to transfer ...
The genetic network logic responds to signals received from the environment and from internal cell status sensors to adapt the ... "System-level design of bacterial cell cycle control". FEBS Letters. 583 (24): 3984-91. doi:10.1016/j.febslet.2009.09.030. PMC ... Many, perhaps most, of the swarmer daughter cells will not find a productive environment, but the obligate dispersal stage must ... The control circuitry monitors the environment and the internal state of the cell, including the cell topology, as it ...
One motivation is that, when a programmer fixes a bug or makes a program it benefits others in an open-source environment. ... An understanding of a team's centralization versus distributed nature is important as it may inform tool design and aid new ... Community sharing and improvement: The online community is an environment that promotes continual improvements, modifications, ... of the onion consists of the core contributors who drive the project forward through large amounts of code and software design ...
Design and development[edit]. The design and production of Atlas was overseen by the DARPA, an agency of the United States ... opening doors and operating powered equipment in environments where humans could not survive.[1] The Department of Defense ... The new version of Atlas is designed to operate both outdoors and inside buildings. It is specialized for mobile manipulation ... robot is designed for a variety of search and rescue tasks, and was unveiled to the public on July 11, 2013.[1] ...
The design of Jika Jika was based on the idea of six separate units at the end of radiating spines. The unit comprised ... Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. Retrieved 12 November 2008.. ... The circular design, with walls coming out from the centre, created wedge shaped 'airing yards' where prisoners would be ... This includes up to 20 new buildings designed to complement the existing heritage landmarks and numerous community spaces as ...
Medical equipment - Equipment designed to aid in the diagnosis, monitoring or treatment of medical conditions ... or emporiatrics deals with health problems of international travelers or travelers across highly different environments. ... sometimes designed for compatibility with the body to reduce side-effects. Genomics and knowledge of human genetics and human ...
Ceremonies were not joyous affairs, but were instead designed to impress the importance of the task upon the couple. ... land-use and historic preservation ordinances attempt to preserve the natural and built environment of Amana. ...
They are the same company which designed the hexagonal Terminal A at Tegel Airport which opened in 1974.[citation needed] At ... "Warum die Bundesregierung umweltschädlich ist" [Why the Federal Government is harmful to the environment]. Berliner Morgenpost ... The initial design for the main hall, known as "the monster" to construction workers, called for a single exhaust system. ... By 19 May 2014 Siemens had not yet designed the wire harnesses.[244] These problems are forcing the initial construction budget ...
His research group publishes a Java software framework titled Environment for DeveLoping KDD-Applications Supported by Index- ... Structures (ELKI) that is designed for the parallel research of index structures, data mining algorithms and their interaction ...
"Why Darwin Rejected Intelligent Design", in Brockman, John, Intelligent Thought: Science versus the Intelligent Design ... for porting open source software to the Darwin platform to enable its use and evolution in the Apple Mac OS X environment. " ...
"Tornado Detection at Environment Canada". Environment Canada. 2004-06-02. Archived from the original on 2010-04-07. Retrieved ... The EF Scale was designed so that a tornado rated on the Fujita scale would receive the same numerical rating, and was ... Tornadoes can have a wide range of colors, depending on the environment in which they form. Those that form in dry environments ... Environment Canada. 2007-10-07. Archived from the original on 2001-03-09. Retrieved 2009-12-13.. ...
Building environment design -- Indoor environment -- Daylight opening design for sustainability principles in visual ... Building environment design -- Design, test methods and control of hydronic radiant heating and cooling panel systems -- Part 1 ... Building environment design -- Design, test methods and control of hydronic radiant heating and cooling panel systems -- Part 2 ... Building environment design -- Design, test methods and control of hydronic radiant heating and cooling panel systems -- Part 3 ...
Analog Design Environment L software to set up and control analog and mixed-signal simulations. You run analog simulations ... Digital Design and Signoff Overview Cadence® digital design and signoff solutions provide a fast path to design closure and ... PCB Design and Analysis Overview Cadence® PCB design solutions enable shorter, more predictable design cycles with greater ... In this course, you use the Virtuoso® Analog Design Environment L software to set up and control analog and mixed-signal ...
Dell is committed to designing innovative eco-friendly products that help you do more while minimizing your environmental ... Design for the Environment. Our Design for Environment program takes a holistic view of the entire lifecycle, ensuring ... From design to end-of-life and everything in between, Dell actively applies sustainability thinking to the lifecycle of our ...
Design for the Environment (DfE) is a design approach to reduce the overall human health and environmental impact of a product ... "An Experimental New Starbucks Store: Tiny, Portable, and Hyper Local". "HP Design for Environment". Destination ... American Cleaning Solutions BCD Supply Beta Technology Brighton USA A business can design for the environment by: Evaluating ... The U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys Design for the Environment Program (Report). EPA. March 2001. EPA 744-F-00-020. ...
Building environment design addresses the technical building systems and related architectural aspects, and includes the ... Standardization in the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings for acceptable indoor environment and ... indoor thermal environment in building and retrofit design;*indoor acoustical environment in building and retrofit design;* ... design methods, design outcomes, and design-phase building commissioning. Indoor environment includes air quality, and thermal ...
An Urban Design Methodology, 1st Edition. By Derek Thomas. End-users provide the most valuable perspective and insights into ... Design, Gentrification and Community in Canada and Europe, 1st Edition. By Ulduz Maschaykh ... Much of the failure of urban settings can be related to over-structured urban environments which deterministically prescribe ... Urban planning, regeneration and design is an essentially cultural practice with the outcomes often depending upon an ...
A Guide to Sustainable Design Terms, 1st Edition. By Elizabeth Lewis. Architecture 2030; BUG; Biophilic Design; BIPV; Circular ... Architectural designs and urban policies have to deal with issues of an ever larger elderly population living in the cities, ... Place Design with Older People in Asian Cities, 1st Edition. Edited by Keng Hua Chong, Mihye Cho ... Urban Planning & Design in Times of Structural and Systemic Change, 1st Edition. By Tigran Haas, Krister Olsson ...
Integrating nature into the built environment is no easy feat, but when done correctly, it can be a work of art... ... The Norwegian expedition cruise line Hurtigruten is going to do their part to help the environment. The 125-year-old... ... Girl Scouts introduces 30 new badges with emphasis on the environment and STEM. *by Luciana Pricop ... Welcome to Inhabitat, your online guide to the best green design ideas, innovations and inspiration to build a cleaner, ...
A well-designed managed class library … - Selection from Programming in the .NET Environment [Book] ... Design Guidelines Becoming familiar with the design guidelines of the .NET Framework libraries will help you in using the ... Design Guidelines. Becoming familiar with the design guidelines of the .NET Framework libraries will help you in using the ... Get Programming in the .NET Environment now with OReilly online learning.. OReilly members experience live online training, ...
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Learn about caregiver work environment design and how we are improving the human experience wherever people work, heal, learn ... Designing for Change, Ambulatory Care Facilities on the Move. How adaptive design for interiors and furnishings lets ambulatory ... Flexible and adaptable environments. Caregivers need environments that give them control of their work space, from adjusting a ... Caregiver Work Environments. Caregiver workstations are complex environments where simultaneous activities take place. ...
With the Rockwell Software Studio 5000 environment, you can respond more quickly to changing market and business needs, while ... See how Studio 5000 Integrated Design Environment combines engineering and design into one framework to optimize productivity. ... The Studio 5000® environment combines engineering and design elements into one standard framework that enables optimized ... Studio 5000 View Designer is the design environment for the PanelView 5000 graphic terminals. As part of the Studio 5000 ...
Indeed the effort for LCA studies of complex products like cars is very high.Design for environment tools can help to reduce ... Design for environment tools can help to reduce the effort for environmental evaluation because of their direct integration in ... Citation: Schoech, H., Florin, H., Kreissig, J., and Eyerer, P., "LCA Based Design for Environment in the Automotive Industry ... LCA Based Design for Environment in the Automotive Industry 2000-01-1517. ...
Information on the environment for those involved in developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy, ... EEA corporate design manual This website has limited functionality with javascript off. Please make sure javascript is enabled ... Copyright notice Unless otherwise indicated, the European Environment Agency (EEA) is the owner of copyrights and database ... For references, please go to or scan the QR code. ...
We present a framework for 3D design of interior/exterior spaces using a CAVEbased immersive virtual environment in that better ... Lack of communication and understanding causes much of the design works to be lost as it is improperly passed on and/or ... perception and perceptual constancy techniques to build a fully interactive environment for novice users to help design process ... and intuitive communication among the designers and users would lead to better integration of overall design such that designer ...
Sustainability is on practically every conference agenda related to design, planning, construction and real estate development ... Today just about all architects put sustainability near the top of the list of project design goals. ... Today just about all architects put sustainability near the top of the list of project design goals. Sustainability is on ... LEED ratings are calculated by adding up points earned for favorable site and building design. Those characteristics include ...
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The former School of Environmental Design (SED) transitioned to become the College of Environment and Design (CED) in 2001. It ... The University of Georgia College of Environment and Design (CED) is a college within the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athens ... The College of Environment and Design offers numerous degree tracks. The following undergraduate degree is offered by the CED: ... Master of Environmental Planning and Design PhD in Environmental Design and Planning Harvard Graduate School of Design faculty ...
Environment RTS By randyeich , September 15, 2011. in Game Design and Theory ... 2D 3D Advice Algorithm Animation C# C++ Character Concept Design DX11 Education Feedback GameMaker Gameplay General Java ... Alright, Its for the good of the environment in the long run.. Your devious schemes know no bounds. I will not announce.. ... Alright, Its for the good of the environment in the long run.. Your devious schemes know no bounds. I will not announce.. ...
Open Access journal that presents state-of-the-art papers in VLSI design, computer-aided design, design analysis, design ... Its scope also includes papers that address technical trends, pressing issues, and educational aspects in VLSI Design. ... Kevin T. Kornegay and Robert W. Brodersen, "Integrated Test Solutions for a System Design Environment," VLSI Design, vol. 1, no ... Integrated Test Solutions for a System Design Environment. Kevin T. Kornegay and Robert W. Brodersen ...
... integrated development environment for Kinetis MCUs that enables robust editing, compiling and debugging. ... The Kinetis® Design Studio (KDS) is a complimentary integrated development environment for Kinetis MCUs that enables robust ... NOTE: The Kinetis Design Studio IDE (KDS IDE) is no longer being actively developed but is being maintained to provide support ... The MCUXpresso IDE has now replaced the Kinetis Design Studio IDE as the recommended software development toolchain for NXPs ...
... of my research during my MA Design Practice at Northumbria University when I was investigating on Creating Innovative Design… ... Creativity & Design in Collaborative/Distributed Environments talk at Social Media Week 2012 * 1. Creativity & Design ... 7. Chronicler of all things Design, Technology & CultureMedeiros, I., (2006-2011), { design@tive } Thoughts on Design, ... Distributed Environments { Creativity & Design in Collaborative/Distributed Environments } You are at: Introduction » Learning ...
This learning design framework is based on the... ... In this chapter the RASE learning design framework is proposed ... Jonassen, D. (1999). Designing constructivist learning environments. In C. M. Reigeluth (Ed.), Instructional design theories ... Framework for Designing Mobile Learning Environments. In: Churchill D., Lu J., Chiu T., Fox B. (eds) Mobile Learning Design. ... This learning design framework is based on the premise that an effective learning environment must include and integrate at ...
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To verify the validity of this numerical method, experiment is designed and the axial sound pressure of transducer with a ... A Volterra series-based method for extracting target echoes in the seafloor mining environment [J]. Ultrasonics, 2016, 71: 29- ... the sound attenuation coefficient as a function of frequency in the mining environment is calculated. Then, based on the ... for sonar system to analyze the influence of suspended sediments on acoustic pressure in the seafloor mining environment. Based ...
If I can do one more thing good for the environment, and be able to deal with it, Ill do it. ... The Babys Choice cotton diaper mimics the design that makes the disposable kind so popular -- an hour-glass shape, elastic ...
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We argue that supermodularity is not a desirable stability criterion in this mechanism design context, focusing instead on ... We study the design of mechanisms that implement Lindahl or Walrasian allocations and whose Nash equilibria are dynamically ... "Designing stable mechanisms for economic environments," Theoretical Economics, Econometric Society, vol. 7(3), September. ... "Economic Environments for Which There Are Pareto Satisfactory Mechanisms," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol. 45(4), pages ...
... and debug both FPGA-based processor system hardware and software design. ... Design Environment for Lattice FPGA-based Processor System Design - Lattice Propel is a complete set of graphical and command- ... Propel Simplifies Mach-NX Design. Use Lattice Propel software to add advanced security to a system control FPGA design quickly ... The graphical integration environment features an easy-to-use, drag and drop correct-by-construction methodology. All commands ...
  • How Herman Miller products and consulting expertise can help hospitals put lean principles into practice in their environments. (
  • Emilis Prelgauskas architect - Ecologically sustainable development, self sufficiency, passive solar and climate responsive design principles. (
  • The course will present the principles of ecology as applied to a range of landscape environments. (
  • UK case material shows how theory of design is put into practice, allowing readers to apply the principles of urban design to real life examples. (
  • Biophilic design is one of a number of trending design practices that rely on nature-based systems, engineering principles and design cues to improve environmental quality, health, and efficiency. (
  • Biophilic design is a holistic practice utilizing nature-based systems, engineering principles, and design cues to support improved health, well-being and performance as measured through personal biometrics, self-rated mood, and work quality ( Ryan and Browning, 2018 ). (
  • Most useful theories (activity theory, distributed cognition, cognitive attractors, perceived quality…) and design principles (COTS, semantic Rubicon, never-endingness…) as well as practical patterns for implementation are provided by the seminal authors themselves. (
  • The three outcomes of this design-based research included the formulation of design principles, a designed product in the form of a Website and professional development of the researcher. (
  • The design-based research principles that were tested involved the use of knowledge in real life and measuring if students were effective performers with acquired knowledge. (
  • In 2002, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published a guideline for integrating environmental aspects into product design and development (ISO 14062). (
  • Today just about all architects put sustainability near the top of the list of project design goals. (
  • After all, making buildings comfortable, fireproof, earthquake-proof and accessible to the disabled has not stopped architects from designing beautiful structures. (
  • David Hertz Architects Inc, Studio of Environmental Architecture focuses on the design and construction of environmentally responsible residential and commercial buildings, and engages in multiple facets of design, including product design, furniture design, public sculpture, environmental consulting, as well as the research and development of resource efficient ecologic building products. (
  • Living Shelter Design Architects - Health, energy, and environmental conscious architects based in Issaquah, Washington. (
  • Living Shelter Design Architects promote zero net energy, the use of local natural materials, resource-efficient construction methods, and non-toxic finishes to produce an integrated, sustainable and energy efficient design that is in tune with its environment, and nurturing to the people who use it. (
  • The VA Healing Environment Design Guidelines are to be utilized by VA facility managers, architects, interior designers, planners, clinicians, and architecture/engineering (A/E) consultants. (
  • Inclusive design is the responsibility of everyone who works in the built environment: planners, those who commission new buildings and places, access consultants, designers, architects, engineers, surveyors, property owners and facilities managers. (
  • Urban Design: Health and the Therapeutic Environment' outlines best practice for healthy, sustainable urban design and provides a reference tool for architects, urban designers, landscape architects, health professionals and planners. (
  • Families, architects, design professionals, and health care professionals have much to learn from her inspired multidimensional approaches. (
  • The Interaction Design Foundation is a 16-year old nonprofit community, founded in Denmark. (
  • Send us an email at [email protected] or through our online contact form . (
  • Specifically, by what mechanism do ambient and congruent scents influence the consumer-environment interaction? (
  • The immersive experience VR provides through real-time interaction, engagement, spatial awareness, visual representations, and media richness is useful for developing experiential learning environments. (
  • The goal of this study was to better understand which interaction mechanism may be better for the design of immersive virtual learning environments. (
  • Urban planning, regeneration and design is an essentially cultural practice with the outcomes often depending upon an understanding of and engagement with the past. (
  • Theoretical underpinning of urban design practice allows the reader to gain a complete knowledge base. (
  • Biophilic design integrates but does not appropriate the contributions of other nature-based design techniques precisely because it can act as a platform or "interstitial tissue," providing a connective language/practice/ethos that can unite disparate practices in the built environment more broadly. (
  • Fortunately, there is an area of design practice that has a loftier goal: to meet the needs of the global poor, when possible using non-proprietary technology 4 and simple, inexpensive, locally-available materials to make tools that are durable and easy to use, maintain, and repair. (
  • We present a framework for 3D design of interior/exterior spaces using a CAVEbased immersive virtual environment in that better and intuitive communication among the designers and users would lead to better integration of overall design such that designer would cede some of his/her work to the user. (
  • Becoming familiar with the design guidelines of the .NET Framework libraries will help you in using the framework and creating your own classes. (
  • The Studio 5000® environment combines engineering and design elements into one standard framework that enables optimized productivity and reduced commissioning time. (
  • See how Studio 5000 Integrated Design Environment combines engineering and design into one framework to optimize productivity. (
  • In this chapter the RASE learning design framework is proposed as a key strategy for utilizing multiple affordances of mobile learning technology. (
  • This learning design framework is based on the premise that an effective learning environment must include and integrate at least four core components, namely: Resources, Activity, Support and Evaluation. (
  • Effective use of mobile technology includes deployment of these affordances in the learning design in a way that supports different components of the RASE framework and achievement of set learning outcomes. (
  • This chapter presents and discusses concepts, arguments, and a discussion of an example of an app that integrates multiple affordances, supported by all components of the RASE learning design framework. (
  • The European Commission's proposal in August 2003 for a directive on establishing a framework for the setting of eco-design requirements for energy-using products was the first attempt of its kind to steer and control the product development of businesses from an environmental perspective. (
  • The purpose of the VA Healing Environment Design Guidelines is to establish a holistic Healing Environment framework. (
  • Our method provides a framework with which to design oligo-based hybridization experiments. (
  • Fujitsu today announced the introduction of the FUJITSU Storage ETERNUS TR series, a storage system designed especially for use in large-scale virtualization environments. (
  • The ETERNUS TR series is specially designed for the virtual integration of large-scale servers compatible with VMware, and for desktop-virtualization systems. (
  • To solve these problems, Fujitsu is now offering the ETERNUS TR series, a storage system that is specially designed for large-scale virtualization environments. (
  • The ETERNUS TR series delivers stable, high performance, even in large-scale server virtualization environments. (
  • Even in large-scale server-virtualization environments that ordinarily require difficult performance optimizations, the ETERNUS TR series does not require any complex configuration design or performance tuning. (
  • The new series will be added to the lineup of FUJITSU Integrated System Cloud Ready Blocks, a vertically integrated virtualization and cloud platform that enables the quick and easy deployment and operation of virtual and cloud environments. (
  • Interactive Learning Environments, 21 (1), 54-67. (
  • Teleportation, while beneficial for navigating virtual reality from a small, confined physical space, may not provide enough continuous spatial updating and therefore may be somewhat detrimental for certain learning environments. (
  • Studio 5000 Architect is an integrated engineering environment that allows you to streamline the time to build your Logix and FactoryTalk View automation system, supports reuse of content and provides seamless exchange of data between engineering tools. (
  • Studio 5000 Application Code Manager is a new design tool that allows you to leverage your re-usable content, helping you to increase deployment efficiency, accuracy and overall cost savings. (
  • Technical content and expertise to help jump start your design and get you to production faster. (
  • EDRA Shorts EDRA Shorts are a new presentation option designed to offer informal content to conference attendees in an engaging, abbreviated presentation. (
  • Building environment design addresses the technical building systems and related architectural aspects, and includes the related design processes, design methods, design outcomes, and design-phase building commissioning. (
  • The characteristics of the physical environment in which a patient receives care affects patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, patient safety, staff efficiency, staff satisfaction, and organizational outcomes. (
  • Research on completed projects by organizations including the Center for Health Design, Texas A&M University's Center for Health Systems Design, the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture, and by a growing number of architectural firms and their clients shows measurable benefits to patient outcomes, safety, and quality of care, from such factors. (
  • In general, Therapeutic Environments have been proven to be cost-effective by improving patient outcomes, reducing length of stay, and by enhancing staff satisfaction, recruitment, and retention of staff. (
  • Betsy Brawley′s book is full of new insights, research outcomes, and design models. (
  • This paper provides an illustrative compilation of how biophilic design practices can directly support resilience in human health and the built environment on behalf of the International Living Future Institute's Biophilic Design Advisory Board. (
  • We strongly advocate the use of metrics related to climate change mitigation as a dimension of performance analysis for biophilic design practices as a demonstration of professional mindfulness and responsibility. (
  • As a global biophilic design community, loosely drawn but defined by the use of a common palette to support health and happiness in the built environment, we want to encourage awareness of and responsiveness to the larger context of climate change in our projects. (
  • This essay articulates the relationship between biophilic design practices and climate-change related shifts in environmental health, proposing that practitioners foreground projected benefits to individual and communal health and resilience discussing their work. (
  • This represents a subtle but important shift in the perceived value of biophilic design interventions and is submitted on behalf of the International Living Future Institute's Biophilic Design Advisory Board 1 to support contemporary ethical conduct in our industry. (
  • As compared to landscape urbanism, ecological infrastructure, or vestiges of the "green city movement," the best applications of biophilic design may be distinguished from other projects by their ability to synergistically integrate the building, site, and occupants through the creation of comprehensive "habitat. (
  • Biophilic design is justifiably critiqued for its inequity: the health, happiness and productivity of humans is privileged over that of other species, and (de facto) the approach is most accessible among clients of means. (
  • We are hopeful that this will not always be the case, and growing popular interest suggests that a more generous market base will improve the distribution of biophilic design practices in the future. (
  • Biology can be a design medium: scientists can now "write" DNA and manipulate microbial behavior. (
  • Can We Encourage Healthy and Happy Microbial Environments in the Design of Buildings? (
  • Jessica Green was on a journey of finding out if building designs and ventilation systems can be created in such a way as to encourage healthy and happy microbial environments. (
  • Designing the microbial research commons: Global intellectual property strategies for accessing and using essential public knowledge assets (Cambridge Univ. (
  • We have professional brand environment experts, who have worked on executive briefing centers, lobbies, office spaces, cafeterias and more. (
  • In other words: how do the users of urban centers, such as shoppers, cleaners, or workers, perceive these changes, as embodied subjects in specific material environments? (
  • The training will be launched in Autumn 2018 and will be freely accessible through Design Council. (
  • Tsui Design & Research Inc. - Creating strikingly original architecture & environments by harmonizing technology, ecology, economy and nature. (
  • His active research areas include underwater vehicle and underwater manipulator design and control, parallel robotic platforms, assistive robots, field and service robots, intelligent motion control, and dynamic modeling and control of dynamic systems. (
  • His major areas of research interests include Computational Mechanics, Tribology, Biomechanics, Composite Materials and Human Factors in Design. (
  • Designing economic instruments for the environment in a decentralized fiscal system ," Policy Research Working Paper Series 4379, The World Bank. (
  • They worked in a wiki environment, negotiating the development of their research topics and working together to construct their products. (
  • The physical meeting about the research call Designing living environments was replaced by a webinar, held in English. (
  • Formas' new call, in collaboration with Public Art Agency Sweden, ArkDes, the Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning and the Swedish National Heritage Board, welcomes research that will shed light on artistic perspectives and the role of public art for those of us who work with sustainable, designed living environments. (
  • Perception System has team of specialists, who have expertise in brand strategy, research, marketing communications, development and positioning, graphic design and interior architecture. (
  • Instructional Technology Research, Design and Development: Lessons from the Field. (
  • Instructional Technology Research, Design and Development: Lessons from the Field (pp. 287-305). (
  • This book provides an overview and summary of the key research undertaken in augmented environments by some of the most prominent laboratories in the field worldwide (Stanford, Carnegie-Mellon, Fuji-Xerox Palo Alto, EDF R&D, Politecnico di Milano, Swedish Royal Institute of Technology, Russian Academy of Science, UC San Diego, University of Aachen). (
  • The empirical research focused on a model exploring the impact of congruent and ambient scents in a retail environment on customer responses. (
  • Furthermore, the state of the art in research is to be highlighted as well as a discussion of the practical applications of the findings to provide guidelines for managers of retail and service outlets concerning the benefits of scenting store environments. (
  • Anja Stohr (1998) ,'Air-Design: Exploring the Role of Scents in Retail Environments', in E - European Advances in Consumer Research Volume 3, eds. (
  • A design-based research approach was applied to analyse an educational problem, namely that students apparently fail to apply the theory of radiation safety regulations to protect themselves and patients. (
  • The following undergraduate degree is offered by the CED: Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.A.) Master of Landscape Architecture Master of Historic Preservation Master of Environmental Planning and Design PhD in Environmental Design and Planning Harvard Graduate School of Design faculty member and landscape architect George Hargreaves received a B.L.A. degree from CED in 1977. (
  • From design to end-of-life and everything in between, Dell actively applies sustainability thinking to the lifecycle of our products and services. (
  • Our Design for Environment program takes a holistic view of the entire lifecycle, ensuring sustainability at every step of the way. (
  • Sustainability is on practically every conference agenda related to design, planning, construction and real estate development. (
  • Why should designing for sustainability be an impediment to visual and intellectual delight? (
  • Design for sustainability is a confounding concept. (
  • 1 On the other hand, popular design, even of products specifically marketed to simplify our lives 2 , 3 is, in the end, about comfortable households consuming more-not exactly the embodiment of sustainability. (
  • One specific example of compelling design for sustainability featured in the Cooper-Hewitt exhibit is the Q Drum, a wheel-shaped water container that allows a water carrier to roll her load along the ground rather than carrying it or balancing it on her head. (
  • 8 Perhaps the most widely publicized design for sustainability, also featured in the exhibit, is the XO laptop, a computer produced by the One Laptop Per Child Foundation to teach creative thinking and to begin to close the information gap. (
  • 14 Further, neither the XO nor the Q Drum can be made from inexpensive locally available materials, going against another of the ideals of design for sustainability. (
  • SKIM Chapter 7: Designing computer systems for people). (
  • Rationalizable Implementation ," World Scientific Book Chapters ,in: Robust Mechanism Design The Role of Private Information and Higher Order Beliefs, chapter 11, pages 375-404 World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. (
  • USCom is a fictitious nationwide data and long-distance voice service provider in the U.S. This chapter discusses the current USCom MPLS network design, its evolution, and how USCom characteristics and objectives influenced the corresponding design decisions that were made in order to illustrate how design decisions should stem from the characteristics of your company. (
  • This chapter discusses the current USCom MPLS network design, its evolution, and how USCom characteristics and objectives influenced the corresponding design decisions that were made. (
  • The present chapter deals with optimum design of structures for earthquake induced loads by taking into account nonlinear time history structural response. (
  • James Carpenter Design Associates opened their studio doors to Cooper-Hewitt Members on October 6. (
  • The main tools to investigate the mediating relationship of people and environment through sound have been empiricism and psychophysics. (
  • The caregiver's work environment includes medication areas and equipment/supply storage, information retrieval and documentation areas, observation areas, break rooms, and meeting spaces. (
  • Ergonomic, aesthetically considered, and comfortable work spaces improve the caregiving experience and make the environment a more positive place. (
  • We have developed several user interface and intuitive spatial egocentric/exocentric perception and perceptual constancy techniques to build a fully interactive environment for novice users to help design process of interior or exterior spaces. (
  • Environments designers can uniquely envision systems in which tools, spaces, and people interact. (
  • Based on the findings, the session discusses lessons learned about designing collaborative digital learning spaces, strategies for developing and managing the group work in digital environments, and instructional strategies to support deep learning in groups. (
  • Augmented environments - where objects are empowered by underlying information technology, are now installed in an ever-growing number of offices, public spaces and homes. (
  • This paper analyses how bodies in two intensely designed urban spaces - the shopping centre of Milton Keynes, a 1960s new town, and Bedford's recently redeveloped historic town centre - are affected by elements of the built environment. (
  • WBDG is a gateway to up-to-date information on integrated 'whole building' design techniques and technologies. (
  • For more information on design of effective workplaces, see WBDG Productive Branch . (
  • Submersible Data Monitor designed for harsh environments. (
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  • In recognition of Smithsonian's Earth Optimism Digital Summit (April 22 - 26, 2020), this week's post features a work from the Design Library, focused on environmental issues. (
  • This book comprises the select proceedings of the International Conference on Materials, Design and Manufacturing for Sustainable Environment (ICMDMSE 2020). (
  • On January 13, 2020 Environment Canada and Climate Change Wildlife Enforcement Directorate (ECCC WED) donated a full skeleton mount of a Siberian tiger with it's accompanying hide and skull. (
  • Inhabitat is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future. (
  • Much of the failure of urban settings can be related to over-structured urban environments which deterministically prescribe usage, constraining instead of enabling socio-spatial performance. (
  • Healthcare facilities are designed not only to support and facilitate state-of-the-art medicine and technology, patient safety, and quality patient care, but to also embrace the patient, family, and caregivers in a psycho-socially supportive therapeutic environment. (
  • We have learned much in the past decade about designing supportive care environments for aging. (
  • Design for environment tools can help to reduce the effort for environmental evaluation because of their direct integration in the designers workflow. (
  • Based on free, open-source software including Eclipse, GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), GNU Debugger (GDB), and others, the Kinetis Design Studio IDE offers designers a simple development tool with no code-size limitations. (
  • In this paper, we introduce a new environment, called "Integrare", which supports designers and developers in building dependable, component-based systems using a new behaviororiented design method. (
  • Change the perceptions and aspirations of 600,000 designers and specifiers on inclusive design. (
  • That is, most designers are now most likely to be designing products that will primarily be manufactured and consumed in Asia. (
  • Join 95,118 designers and get our weekly design tips in your inbox. (
  • Agapakis has written on biology, technology, and culture for a number of outlets, has taught designers at the ArtCenter College of Design and biomolecular engineers at the University of California, Los Angeles. (
  • And in 2005, an Industrial Design Society of America conference brought together IT professionals and designers to learn about and to generate personal goals for serving the global poor. (
  • University classroom design labs might live up to more of the minimalist ideals of design for the global household, since assignments have to be completed in a brief period of time, on a limited budget, and by relatively inexperienced designers. (
  • The new environment enables designers to reduce the design-optimization time in layout designs, by allowing them to calculate the circuit delays using statistical analysis of the impact of process variations. (
  • The ability to analyze the impact of process variations in deep-submicron technologies at the cell design stage is a significant breakthrough for ASIC and COT designers," said Yoshio Kuniyasu, senior director of SoC Design Engineering Center for Fujitsu Microelectronics America. (
  • Designers can invoke the easy-to-use environment seamlessly in the original flow. (
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  • Integrating nature into the built environment is no easy feat, but when done correctly, it can be a work of art. (
  • Caregivers need environments that give them control of their work space, from adjusting a chair to reorganizing supplies. (
  • We are personally invested in every design and work diligently to be sure that the final product satisfies the client s individual needs and aesthetic aspirations. (
  • The environment manages complexity by allowing multiple users to work independently on requirements translation and tree editing in a collaborative mode. (
  • Inclusive environments are places that work better for everybody - whether that place is a school, office, park, street, care home, bus route or train station. (
  • This work highlighted the potential of using advanced computational fluid dynamics in order to factor wind into the design of any architectural environment. (
  • Pick an environment, such as work, school or home. (
  • Learn more about our mission to lower the cost of design education, or come work with us . (
  • MIT and other universities also work closely with a nonprofit design firm, Design that Matters, 16 that specializes in "minimum resource design" for the global poor. (
  • Says Styczynski, "although the test provides a simple visual color-change, making it that simple involved a lot of sophisticated analyses that led us to the exact mix of components that makes the test work in the low-resource environments where it is desperately needed. (
  • Our specialized sales teams and tailored product offerings help create inspired environments for any kind of work. (
  • We use modern design to connect people to their work, their lives, their world. (
  • Such Latourian work pays a great deal of attention to how bodies are affected by both human and non-human entities of many kinds, and we examine how certain aspects of the built environment in these two towns affects bodies in specific ways. (
  • Welcome to the Centre for Technology, Environment and Design. (
  • Our centre is proud of the dynamic, hands-on programming that we offer in the fields of information technology, engineering technology, environmental sciences, agriculture sciences, and media and design. (
  • Welcome to Inhabitat, your online guide to the best green design ideas, innovations and inspiration to build a cleaner, brighter, and better future. (
  • Design Innovations for Aging and Alzheimer's. (
  • Design Innovations for Aging and Alzheimer′s is a detailed guide for a broad range of design issues essential to maintaining independence and functional abilities, maximizing mobility, staying socially connected, and encouraging good health. (
  • Therapeutic Environment theory stems from the fields of environmental psychology (the psycho-social effects of environment), psychoneuroimmunology (the effects of environment on the immune system), and neuroscience (how the brain perceives architecture). (
  • Urban Design: Health and the Therapeutic Environment' demonstrates how urban design and planning impact on public health and sustainable development. (
  • As a new text in the established Urban Design series, Health and the Therapeutic Environment will allow students and practitioners to expand their knowledge gained from other series books and follow Moughtin's established methodology for exploring issues of health and sustainable development. (
  • Climate considerations in building design start from the early phases even before laying the design on paper. (
  • Architectural & Environmental Associates Inc - Providing the most inspiring and cost-effective home and commercial building design and construction, Meeting and exceeding the clients expectations, Incorporating the most energy efficient and environmentally healthy design and construction methods possible, Designing and installing the most cost effective, efficient and creative solar photovoltaic (PV), passive solar, solar hot water, and wind turbine systems possible, and more. (
  • Inhabitat was started by NYC designer Jill Fehrenbacher as a forum for investigating emerging trends in product, interior, and architectural design. (
  • Apart from the lack of architectural appeal, the turbulence and wind shadowing effects represent a risk for uptake of the technology in the built environment [ 1 ]. (
  • He is author of a number of books including the series of five Urban Design titles for Architectural Press. (
  • The architectural and structural design elements of your building have a direct effect on the indoor climate. (
  • The graphical integration environment features an easy-to-use, drag and drop correct-by-construction methodology. (
  • Numerical results demonstrate the computational merits of the proposed methodology for seismic design optimization of structures. (
  • In fact, the language of sustainable design expression is rapidly developing, although its grammar and vocabulary are still evolving. (
  • Although oligo FISH probes are central to many recently developed massively multiplexed and superresolution imaging methods, no dedicated computational utility exists to facilitate the design of such probes on the genome-wide scale. (
  • Here, we introduce OligoMiner, a rapid and robust computational pipeline for the genome-scale design of oligo FISH probes that affords the scientist exact control over the parameters of each probe. (
  • The DfE strategy aims to improve technology and design tactics to expand the scope of products. (
  • By incorporating eco-efficiency into design tactics, DfE takes into consideration the entire life-cycle of the product, while still making products usable but minimizing resource use. (
  • Design for environmental packaging: Materials used in packaging are environmentally responsible, which can be achieved through the reuse of shipping products, elimination of unnecessary paper and packaging products, efficient use of materials and space, use of recycled and/or recyclable materials. (
  • Design for disposal or reuse: The end-of-life of a product is very important, because some products emit dangerous chemicals into the air, ground and water after they are disposed of in a landfill. (
  • Design for energy efficiency: The design of products to reduce overall energy consumption throughout the product's life. (
  • Modern day businesses all aim to produce goods at a low cost while maintaining quality, staying competitive in the global marketplace, and meeting consumer preferences for more environment friendly products. (
  • The lifetime environmental impacts of goods and services can be controlled best by integrating these considerations into the product design, as the majority of products' lifetime environmental impacts are decided at the design stage. (
  • The proposal focuses on energy-using products and sets requirements on how environmental aspects are to be integrated into the design and development of the products. (
  • Other important factors that discouraged disabled consumers from spending were poorly designed products and staff who were not disability confident, were rude or appeared prejudiced. (
  • EPA established a pilot program, the Design for the Environment Pesticide Pilot Project to help consumers find products that are more toward the green end of the pesticide spectrum. (
  • It's fair to say that most products in the market today are not designed with end of life in mind. (
  • Shop a selection of versatile Muuto products designed for working, living and dining. (
  • Abstract- The geographical separation of the users and insufficient input from pairs may cause undesired costs in interior/exterior design process. (
  • The environment integrates and unifies several tools that support multiple phases of the design process, allowing them to interact and exchange information, as well as providing efficient editing capabilities. (
  • The goal of 'Whole Building' Design is to create a successful high-performance building by applying an integrated design and team approach to the project during the planning and programming phases. (
  • Environmental Architecture LLC - Environmental Architecture, designing living space for optimal health and aestheitics. (
  • They suggest thinking of yourself as an interior designer: You're designing an optimal exterior environment that works with your interior. (
  • However, a dedicated bioinformatic design utility has yet to be created specifically for the purpose of identifying optimal oligo FISH probe sequences on the genome-wide scale. (
  • Optimal design of real-world structures subject to seismic loading is one of the major concerns in the field structural engineering. (
  • Caregiver workstations are complex environments where simultaneous activities take place. (
  • A team of researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the University of Washington has designed a modeling system that integrates genomic and temporal information to infer causal relationships between genes, drugs, and their environment, allowing for a more accurate prediction of their interactions over time. (
  • We believe designing and managing the built environment in an inclusive way is essential if we are to create a fair society and a sustainable future. (
  • The quality of the built environment has a significant role to play in tackling social disadvantage. (
  • Lifetime Homes is a policy tool that helps planners and other built environment professionals understand the benefits of helping maintain independence in their own homes. (
  • Established by Design Council and supported by key professional institutes, it will have national reach and impact with the potential to be the leading training tool in the industry, connecting built environment experts across the UK. (
  • Built environment comprises of a multitude of complex networks of buildings and processes in and between buildings. (
  • The findings increase our understanding of practical issues and implications for the resilience design of the built environment under extreme weather events. (
  • The design of the healthcare built environment is experiencing ongoing change, due both to the current Covid-19 crisis and its impacts, but also as the result of the rise of the patient as a consumer. (
  • The original 3600 processor was a microprogrammed design like the CADR, and was built on several large circuit boards from standard TTL integrated circuits, both features being common for commercial computers in its class at the time. (
  • Standardization in the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings for acceptable indoor environment and practicable energy conservation and efficiency. (
  • Through its positioning and the unique aerodynamic design of the towers, the prevailing on-shore Gulf breeze is intended to be funneled into the path of the turbines, helping to create power generation efficiency. (
  • We believe well-designed objects deliver efficiency, joy and satisfaction to the people who use them. (
  • With this definition and standard mathematical modeling techniques, a tool can be developed for aiding in the concept phase of the design process. (
  • Design for the Environment (DfE) is a design approach to reduce the overall human health and environmental impact of a product, process or service, where impacts are considered across its life cycle. (
  • It became a global movement targeting design initiatives and incorporating environmental motives to improve product design in order to minimize health and environmental impacts by incorporating it from design stage all the way to the manufacturing process. (
  • A connection between LCA and DFE offers the possibility to integrate environmental evaluation with tolerable effort directly in the design process while keeping the transparency and reliability of LCA. (
  • We will guide you through the design and construction process resulting in an end product that meets your needs. (
  • Crucial to this is consultation with user groups, putting people who represent a diversity of age, ability, gender and community at the heart of the design process. (
  • Better total harmonic distortion plus noise (THD+N) comes from better chip design and process technology control. (
  • We anticipate that this pipeline will make the FISH probe design process much more accessible and will more broadly facilitate the design of pools of hybridization probes for a variety of applications. (
  • The environment includes statistical static-timing-analysis tools developed together by Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu VLSI Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, and cell libraries with process variations. (
  • The Anova Suite(TM), developed by Anova Solutions Inc., has been implemented in the environment in order to analyze process variations and characterize library cells. (
  • Statistical timing-analysis techniques, which check if a circuit can function at a targeted frequency, are becoming a key DFM (Design For Manufacturing) requirement for resolving the challenges of the fabrication process during the design phase. (
  • Optimum design of structures is a process of selecting the design variables such that an objective function is minimized while all of the design constraints are satisfied. (
  • DfE is also the original name of a United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) program, created in 1992, that works to prevent pollution, and the risk pollution presents to humans and the environment. (
  • How Design Impacts Wellness" by Roger Ulrich, Ph.D.. Healthcare Forum Journal, 1992. (
  • Sponsors of cultural, commercial and government projects increasingly seek silver, gold or platinum LEED ratings for their buildings -- LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. (
  • LEED ratings are calculated by adding up points earned for favorable site and building design. (
  • Design for environmental processing and manufacturing: Raw material extraction (mining, drilling, etc.), processing (processing reusable materials, metal melting, etc.) and manufacturing are done using materials and processes which are not dangerous to the environment or the employees working on said processes. (
  • This paper explores how a group of students collaborated in understanding ecosystem processes in a technology intense learning environment. (
  • Architecture:Environmentally Conscious Residential Design & Planning - Comet Studios is an environmentally conscious residential design firm specializing in sustainable green building design for new construction & remodels locally & globally. (
  • Our designs always result in energy efficient, healthy and environmentally aware structures that utilize appropriate techniques for the local climate and building functions. (
  • Thus, a provision for adaptable building thermal insulation, a provision for adaptable green areas, and a provision for adaptable connectivity are the ingredients for resilient designs on these three respective levels. (
  • The paper looks at resilience design on three different levels: the building, the site, and the region. (
  • The building resilience design is studied using multi-objective optimization of a recently completed Passivhaus retrofit, under four different climate years: current, 2030, 2050, and 2080. (
  • The site resilience design is studied on the basis of a balance between incoming solar radiation and evaporative cooling from transpiration of plants to mitigate heat island effect. (
  • The regional resilience design is studied using a network model, taking into account connectivity, information capacity, and the ability to reconfigure. (
  • The Faculty of Environment, Society and Design is offering Summer Scholarship projects for Lincoln students planning to undertake postgraduate study. (
  • The guidelines describe ways to plan and design the key public elements of a healthcare facility to deliver safe, effective, and efficient healthcare to Veterans. (
  • Learn some practical guidelines in designing an effective and efficient virtual layer on top of several data sources. (
  • Methods and apparatus for matching database entries in an electronic design automation environment is disclosed. (
  • A new software platform 'CANbus Control Design Interface' was developed and evaluated for control design for combine automation. (
  • Learning object design considerations for small-screen handheld devices. (
  • An inclusive approach to planning, design and management is an opportunity to use creativity and lateral thinking to make places that reflect the diversity of people who want to use them. (
  • Three papers focus on design. (
  • Designing Economic Instruments for the Environment in a Decentralized Fiscal System ," Working Papers 1104, Tulane University, Department of Economics. (
  • Living Architecture - We are nationally recognized experts in healthy design and construction with projects across the country. (
  • The CED provides nationally accredited, inventive, and demanding programs in landscape architecture, historic preservation, environmental planning & design, and environmental ethics, and has been consistently rated as one of the top landscape architecture schools in the United States. (
  • The environment is implemented using a model-view and event-driven architecture, based on MFC and a commercial software library, XD++. (
  • Each issue of DB is packed with stories on architecture, interior design, photography, technology, graphic design and fashion, and delivers it through engaging interviews, features and lifestyle coverage in a variety of hip departments. (
  • The Faculty of Environment, Society and Design teaches a wide range of disciplines, including environmental management, landscape architecture and tourism. (
  • Hospital Interior Architecture: Creating Healing Environments for Special Patient Populations by Jain Malkin. (
  • The book covers all relevant aspects of Augmented Environments from architecture to computer science and psychology. (
  • Code-named the "L-machine" internally, the 3600 family was an innovative new design, inspired by the CADR architecture but sharing few of its implementation details. (
  • The Faculty of Environment, Society and Design is focused on how humanity takes care of the land, water and people, as encapsulated by the Māori value of Kaitiakitaka. (
  • The MCUXpresso IDE has now replaced the Kinetis Design Studio IDE as the recommended software development toolchain for NXP's newes Kinetis, LPC and i.MX RT Cortex-M-based devices. (
  • The Kinetis ® Design Studio (KDS) is a complimentary integrated development environment for Kinetis MCUs that enables robust editing, compiling and debugging of your designs. (
  • In order to build complex, large-scale, dependable systems it is necessary to use a development environment with an integrated set of capabilities that supports editing and formalization of large sets of requirements. (
  • Lattice Propel SDK - A seamless software development environment, Propel SDK is a software development kit (SDK) with an integrated industry standard IDE and toolchain. (
  • We would like to thank all of our partners for their support to date, particularly the Department for Communities and Local Government for funding the development of the resource hub , and David Bonnett Associates for generously gifting us their inclusive design library. (
  • The International Institute for Environment and Development, part of the Greenhouse collaborative organisation, has released its annual report, designed by consultancy Mcgillaneves. (
  • This was the first instance that a commercial development integrated large-scale wind turbines within its design to harness the power of the wind. (
  • The recent development of FISH methods employing probes composed of synthetic DNA oligonucleotides (oligos) allows researchers to tightly control aspects of probe design such as binding energy and genomic specificity. (
  • Second, design for development is aimed at many different sorts of tasks and so involves experts in many different fields. (
  • Another good place for initial exploration of the design for development concept is the New York Times blog, "Dot Earth," by Andrew C. Revkin. (
  • 6 In the blogroll column of his blog, Revkin lists "Poverty, Development, and Design" links. (
  • We turn the 'pipe' into a 'loop' with design features that maximise the value of the raw materials in a product, thereby encouraging the development of collection and processing infrastructure to return those raw materials back into the product cycle. (
  • Design and Development of a Multimedia Constructivist Learning Environment to Affect the Achievement of Chemistry Learners. (
  • Symbolics also made significant advances in software technology, and offered one of the premier software development environments of the 1980s and 1990s, now sold commercially as Open Genera for Tru64 UNIX on the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Alpha. (
  • The operating system and software development environment, over 500,000 lines, was written in Lisp from the microcode up, based on MIT's Lisp Machine Lisp. (
  • Lattice Propel Builder - An easy to use system IP integration environment, Propel Builder provides tools to integrate processors and peripheral IP. (
  • The disclosed technology may be applied, for instance, to import data (e.g., attributes or rules) from an EDA design database to an altered version of the EDA design database or to import data from a master database to an EDA design database. (
  • He obtained his B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) and M.E. (Engineering Design) from Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, and Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai. (
  • Fujitsu will provide the environments for both 90nm and 65nm technology, and will continue to build more advanced design environments by establishing close partnerships with EDA vendors. (
  • SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 21 // -- Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. (FMA) announced that Fujitsu is the first semiconductor supplier to provide a comprehensive environment for statistical timing analysis for ASIC and COT customers. (
  • In order to enhance your attention, according to Crosby and Lippert , "your environment must contain cues, prompts, and reminders that guide your attention to where you need it and exclude distractions that tempt your attention away. (
  • This is a fast-moving area and there are now several additional pieces of legislation and guidance central to inclusive design and making buildings accessible to all. (
  • NOTE: The Kinetis Design Studio IDE (KDS IDE) is no longer being actively developed but is being maintained to provide support for legacy Kinetis devices. (
  • However, you can use your environment to facilitate your focus, and support you. (
  • application of methods of testing and rating the performance of building environmental equipment in the design of new buildings and retrofits. (
  • Inclusive Environments is a Design Council Cabe initiative to raise awareness about the importance of designing places that meet the needs of the diversity of people who want to use them. (
  • It gathers people like you-creative professionals, style arbiters and industry leaders-and connects you with a like-minded community of design enthusiasts across the world with one common idea: discovering great design and the people who make it happen. (
  • Humanscape: Environments for People by Stephen Kaplan, and Rachael Kaplan. (
  • Politically, noise is a difficult issue to deal with because (1) people who rise in that hierarchy tend to be those who are invigorated by noise, or at least tolerate it, and (2) their position allows them an environment that reduces noise, such as a closed office versus a cubicle or home office. (
  • Successful design usually depends on immersion in a problem, often involving or at least consulting the people who will use the end result. (
  • A must-read for anyone dealing with the impact of environment on older people it belongs in every designer′s bookcase. (