Comparing something to a grain of sand is usually supposed to mean that it's small or insignificant, but Dr. Gary Greenberg's microscopic photography aims to turn this stereotype on its head. His photographs of miniscule grains of sands reveal that each grain of sand can be beautiful and unique. The sand in his images is full of remnants from various tropical sea organisms large and small.
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FARMINGTON, Mo. (AP) — An eastern Missouri man is charged with second-degree animal abuse for allegedly shooting a dog and hitting the animal in the head with a hammer. Charges were filed Thursday against 56-year-old Jason Edward Hampton of Farmington. He is jailed on $10,000 bond and does not have a listed attorney. A probable…
Booth 1935 + Free Westec Pass = See you There
Where & When: Booth 1935, the Los Angeles Convention Center, September 12th through the 14th Quick Info: Come see demonstrations of DNC software, machine monitoring, job scheduling, and more. We will also have our USB and wireless solutions, along with the highly-anticipated Multi Connect device. Free giveaways of hardware, t-shirts, and mousepads will be available Register. Free tickets are available through September 10th by clicking here and entering code 10605599. Why you should visit SFA at Booth 1935: Learn about Predator's Manufacturing Suite of Software, which includes DNC, Document Control, Machine Monitoring, Tool Crib Management, and our integration services. See how as little as $45 per month, per machine, can help increase your shop floor productivity…