Enter King, the swashbuckling Bajan allrounder most famous for his dazzling 86 in the 1979 World Cup final. Tall, lithe and brilliantly athletic, he instantly captured the imagination. As David Dyer, writing in World Cricket Digest put it: “His execution is so inventive, so full of flair and so astonishingly powerful that he became a South African hero within 90 minutes of reaching the crease.” He made 101 in the Johannesburg ‘Test’ against South Africa, prompting four young (white) fans to charge on to the ground bearing a banner “Coll is King”..
We investigated the feasibility of using spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) for non destructive characterisation of bone tissue engineering scaffolds. The deep regions of these scaffolds, or scaffolds implanted subcutaneously in live animals, are typically difficult to measure by confocal Raman spectroscopy techniques because of the limited depth penetration of light caused by the high level of light scattering. Layered samples consisting of bioactive glass foams (IEIC16), 3D printed biodegradable poly (lactic co glycolic acid) scaffolds (PLGA) and hydroxyapatite powder (HA) were used to mimic non destructive detection of bio mineralisation for intact real size 3D tissue engineering constructs.
However, previous investigations into novel face voice matching offer contradictory results. In Experiment 2, participants saw a face and heard a voice and were required to decide whether the face and voice belonged to the same person. Matching accuracy was significantly above chance level, suggesting that judgments made independently from faces and voices are sufficiently similar that people can match the two.
Unfortunately, the comparative risk of drug toxicity for different AEDs has been inadequately studied. Drug toxicity is poorly reported in randomised controlled trials. Prospective cohort studies are the best way to study drug toxicity. So far, the story has not attracted much attention among Chinese micro bloggers, but for those netizens who have noticed, the statement hits a raw nerve. According to a popular urban legend, a sign reading dogs and Chinese allowed hung at the entrance to the Huangpu Park in Shanghai when the city was a European entrept a symbol of Western arrogance so reviled that Bruce Lee kung fu kicked it into pieces in the 1972 classic Fists of Fury. And while the hordes of Chinese tourists that annually descend on Europe rarely cause resentment, they are often greeted with no small amount of bemusement and consternation; read Evan Osnos terrific account ofhis experiences on a Chinese package tourfor more on this..