Pink brains about the size of fists laid on trays in a medical school teaching lab, moments before they were sliced open by eager hands.
Students clad in white lab coats and goggles poked and prodded the brains, armed with only some basic medical tools.
Only a small percentage of athletes in the world have the opportunity to compete at the NCAA Division I level. Even fewer are given the chance to represent their entire country on the grand stage of international athletic competition.
A few bulging volumes litter the desk of Xiangfeng Duan. They are filled with more than 50 patent designs that he has accrued over the past two decades. The exact number of patents, he doesn’t bother to remember.
Duan, an assistant chemistry professor, spends his days studying atoms, molecules and objects of microscopic proportions.
If the ever-amorphous whirlwind of friends and collaborators featured on “…Like Clockwork” is any sign of the rock royalty listed in his Rolodex, Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme must throw great parties.
Electronic Arts recently released an upgrade to the new “SimCity” game that will add the Nissan LEAF to its inventory of cars. It’s an obvious attempt to lure potential car customers, and it got me thinking about advertising – the good and the bad.
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