Sunday, January 13, 2008

More Jobs and Somethings New

Jen, want something for your twins to study? Try Nano

I gave many boxes of 6 Nissin Cup of Noodles Ramen made by Nissin Foods (USA) Co., Inc.
2001 W. Rosecrans Avenue
Gardena, CA 90249
USA

to the Elizabethan Ministry and the Feed the Hungry at St. Paul's RC Church

I reread http://www.urc.com.ph

http://www.universalrobina.com/careers/

eh, J and Ces

today

There is http://www.mtmayon.com

nearby in East Windsor who sells to Little Manila Foodmart also, Helen and Filbert Manongsong, St. Mary's Academy for their 3 kids.

http://www.christinesbakeshop.com

makes buko pie and pan de sal and sans rival and brazo de mercedes

how about camote chips? Terra sweet potato chips is fine, Hain Celestial is kinda Jewish in Melville, NY.

They have job openings in the USA.

http://www.hain-celestial.com/careers/positions.php

Should kids be taught to use calculator at a young age?

check out

http://ftcuacalltoemployment2.blogspot.com
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua2/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuaemployment/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/

Aida of Times Trading, I bought for $15.00 magnet backings for calling cards 50 pieces made in the USA. I made my own magnetic calling card and for Little Manila Foodmart too.

You can tape the calling card made from Microsoft Publisher Business Card Template with scotch tape and it will not affect the magnetic quality.

Pearlies, thanks for the blowouts, yours, mine and ours.

Now, who in the Philippines will make Philippine grown POPCORN to be complemented with VIRGIN COCONUT OIL.

What do you think of the movie starring Diane Keaton's Country Baby?

Check out

Harry and David

http://www.harryanddavid.com/gifts/store/home___?gclid=CO2i8KnQ85ACFSBMGgodQgwh2g&iq_id=4791420&cm_mmc=Search%3A+TM+Keywords-_-Google+TM-_-Brand+Name-_-google_harry_and_david_variations

Job Opportunities at Harry and David

http://www.bco.com/opportunities/jobs.html

Job Opportunities at Omaha Steaks

(thanks, Cua-Dimayugas)

http://www.omahasteaks.com/servlet/OnlineShopping?Dsp=261&AID=5230&SRC=AE4934&referrer=google&s_kwcid=omaha%20steaks|691541782&gclid=CP3F75fR85ACFQMsFQodzSSm0Q

http://careerlink.com/emp/omastks/interfac.htm

So, who will own a franchise of Perkins Restaurant? of Applebee's?

http://www.perkinsrestaurants.com/

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J3H6QZ6VWTRC729HH7S

http://seacoast.careers.adicio.com/careers/employerDirectory/detail?compId=35553&letter=

I bought Jollibee's dried mango when I went shopping at Little Manila Foodmart.

The Florence Brand pickled papaya atchara formed the basis for my special seasoning:

atchara, worcestershire sauce(either made in Kong Yen Taiwan or made in USA Lea and Perrins) ketchup (Heinz or banana Safran) and Harry and David mango harvest, fall harvest, cranberries, virgin coconut oil, etc. should "patent" or place in a recipe book) whatever more...

Can we make planetoid meatballs with the colors? usually the models are made of styrofoams, eh, Ian?

I have to preview Health Learning DVD 101 Creative Programs for Children: Part # 1 by Jared Knight, borrowed from the South Brunswick Library for $1.

I have to wade through Vol. 7 and 8 of Cosmos by Carl Sagan. I have Vols. 1-10 already sans the 7 and 8 which I will preview next week.

to be continued or itutuloy...

holistic quantum teleportation obviated my being in 4 or 5 churches at the same time today...

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From: "NanoNews Custom"
Date: January 13, 2008 11:00:10 AM EST
To: ftcua8@comcast.net
Subject: Nanotechnology Now - NanoNews Custom

There have been 10 news stories since your last update.

Academic

Georgia Tech plans SEZ
timesofindia.indiatimes.com January 13, 2008 The world-renowned Georgia Institute of Science and Technology (Georgia Tech) has sought 250 acres of land in order to set up a special economic zone (SEZ) focusing on research and industrial collaboration apart from the offshore campus that the institute is planning on the outskirts of Hyderabad. The institute was in talks with the state government for starting a 100-acre campus, the first outside the 400-acre sprawling institute in the heart of Atlanta in Georgia, US. "Now, however, they have expressed the intention of starting a SEZ as well apart from the campus and the government is inclined to clear the proposal," an official told TOI. State government officials say Georgia Tech being among the top ten US public universities, its presence in Hyderabad in the form of the SEZ and an overseas campus will greatly boost the academic credentials of Andhra Pradesh. "Not only is it among the top ten public universities in the US, but it is also a leading research university, and its forays into nanotechnology and semi-conductors will be a boon for students here. The SEZ will be a great added incentive," the official said.
Nanotechnology To Be Explored At Jan. 19 CU-Boulder Physics Program
University of Colorado at Boulder January 12, 2008 The University of Colorado at Boulder physics department will continue its Saturday Physics Series on Jan. 19 with an examination of some of the tools used in the nanotechnology field and where breakthroughs in the field may lead.
Nanotechnology Impacts Food and Food Processing
Madison Commons January 12, 2008 Milk that tastes just like cola is not on sale yet. But this and other nano-food products, such as drinks that turn pink or yellow when microwaved, are in development and others already have reached the market and may be on your shelves.
Brain drain? That's so nineties
thestar.com January 12, 2008 Just a decade ago Canadians watched what seemed like a relentless poaching of the country's top minds. Now the trend is being reversed thanks to the Canada Research Chairs program. Even so, the lauded program is not without its critics. Started in 2000, the chairs program has led to $2 billion being pumped into universities by the federal government. This comes in the form mainly of $100,000 annual grants for promising young researchers who hold junior chairs and $200,000 for established researchers in senior chairs. But the Canada Research Chairs are now at a crossroads. Although federal funding of $300 million a year is pledged until 2011, that's only enough to keep the program ticking along, offering little hope for junior researchers to move up and providing for only a minimal amount of new blood.
Announcements

Georgia Tech plans SEZ
timesofindia.indiatimes.com January 13, 2008 The world-renowned Georgia Institute of Science and Technology (Georgia Tech) has sought 250 acres of land in order to set up a special economic zone (SEZ) focusing on research and industrial collaboration apart from the offshore campus that the institute is planning on the outskirts of Hyderabad. The institute was in talks with the state government for starting a 100-acre campus, the first outside the 400-acre sprawling institute in the heart of Atlanta in Georgia, US. "Now, however, they have expressed the intention of starting a SEZ as well apart from the campus and the government is inclined to clear the proposal," an official told TOI. State government officials say Georgia Tech being among the top ten US public universities, its presence in Hyderabad in the form of the SEZ and an overseas campus will greatly boost the academic credentials of Andhra Pradesh. "Not only is it among the top ten public universities in the US, but it is also a leading research university, and its forays into nanotechnology and semi-conductors will be a boon for students here. The SEZ will be a great added incentive," the official said.
Nature journal digitises archive
bbc.co.uk January 12, 2008 The entire archives of the prestigious science journal Nature, stretching back to the first issue on 4 November 1869, have been made available online. Previously, only issues going back to 1950 were accessible on the net. The pre-1950s Nature archives include seminal moments in science history, from the theory of mechanical flight to the discovery of nuclear fission. Full access to the archives requires a personal subscription, but most of the content of the accompanying history site is free, such as a blog where anyone can vote and comment on their favourite Nature paper. Will the synthesis of C60, a spherical form of carbon that forms the backbone of many developments in nanotechnology (and a personal favourite of Campbell's) triumph over the discovery of the hole in the ozone layer, or perhaps any of Nature's odder publishing moments?
Sono-Tek Announces Third Quarter Earnings
Sono-Tek Corporation January 12, 2008 Sono-Tek Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: SOTK) today announced sales of $1,560,558 for the three months ended November 30, 2007 compared to sales of $1,624,015 for the same period of last year, a decrease of 4% or $63,457. For the nine months ended November 30, 2007, the Company reported sales of $4,207,724, a decrease of 20% or $1,031,974, compared to sales of $5,239,698 for the same period of last year. The most notable reason for the decrease in the Company's nine months sales level is the softness in the electronics market caused by the slowdown in the housing and automotive sectors. These two business sectors are significant users of printed circuit boards, which in turn affects sales of fluxing units. Net income for the three and nine month periods ended November 30, 2007 was $23,649 and $55,632, respectively, compared to $114,143 and $472,810, respectively for prior year periods. The decreases in net income are mainly a result of reduced sales volumes and the Company's continued support of its business development program.
Nanotechnology To Be Explored At Jan. 19 CU-Boulder Physics Program
University of Colorado at Boulder January 12, 2008 The University of Colorado at Boulder physics department will continue its Saturday Physics Series on Jan. 19 with an examination of some of the tools used in the nanotechnology field and where breakthroughs in the field may lead.
NanoArt 2007 International Online Competition - Invitation to VOTE
Cris Orfescu January 12, 2008 NanoArt is a new art discipline at the intersections of Art, Science and Technology, and relates to the micro or nanosculptures (atomic and molecular sculptures) created by artists or scientists through chemical or physical processes and visualized with powerful research tools like scanning electron or atomic force microscopes. The scientific images of these structures are captured and further processed using different artistic techniques to convert them into artworks showcased for large audiences.
Nanotechnology Impacts Food and Food Processing
Madison Commons January 12, 2008 Milk that tastes just like cola is not on sale yet. But this and other nano-food products, such as drinks that turn pink or yellow when microwaved, are in development and others already have reached the market and may be on your shelves.
Belgium's IMEC to establish liaison office
chinapost.com.tw January 12, 2008 The Interuniversity Microelectronic Center (IMEC), Europe's leading independent research center in the field of micro- and nanoelectronics as well as nanotechnology, has decided to establish a liaison office in Taiwan to further encourage exchanges with this country. The IMEC Taiwan office, expected to be located in the Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan's first and largest "Silicon Valley," is scheduled to be inaugurated Jan. 22, a source from the preparatory office said. In view of Taiwan's achievements in the fields of semiconductor manufacturing,optoelectronics and nanotechnology, the Leuven, Belgium-based IMEC is establishing the office to strengthen exchanges and cooperation with companies, academics and investors in Taiwan, the source said.
EPA Grant Makes for a Better Environment
University of Cincinnati January 12, 2008 A University of Cincinnati researcher studies methods for removing toxins from water with a new grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
BioCentury and Nature Publishing Group Unveil SciBX™ New Publication to Distill Early Stage Scientific Research with Commercial Impact
SciBX January 12, 2008 Weekly Report Will Accelerate Industry Innovation and Improve Efficiency of BioPharma Investment Decisions
Discoveries

EPA Grant Makes for a Better Environment
University of Cincinnati January 12, 2008 A University of Cincinnati researcher studies methods for removing toxins from water with a new grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Financial Reports

Sono-Tek Announces Third Quarter Earnings
Sono-Tek Corporation January 12, 2008 Sono-Tek Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: SOTK) today announced sales of $1,560,558 for the three months ended November 30, 2007 compared to sales of $1,624,015 for the same period of last year, a decrease of 4% or $63,457. For the nine months ended November 30, 2007, the Company reported sales of $4,207,724, a decrease of 20% or $1,031,974, compared to sales of $5,239,698 for the same period of last year. The most notable reason for the decrease in the Company's nine months sales level is the softness in the electronics market caused by the slowdown in the housing and automotive sectors. These two business sectors are significant users of printed circuit boards, which in turn affects sales of fluxing units. Net income for the three and nine month periods ended November 30, 2007 was $23,649 and $55,632, respectively, compared to $114,143 and $472,810, respectively for prior year periods. The decreases in net income are mainly a result of reduced sales volumes and the Company's continued support of its business development program.
Food/Agriculture/Supplements

Nanotechnology Impacts Food and Food Processing
Madison Commons January 12, 2008 Milk that tastes just like cola is not on sale yet. But this and other nano-food products, such as drinks that turn pink or yellow when microwaved, are in development and others already have reached the market and may be on your shelves.
Govt.-Legislation/Regulation/Funding/Policy

EPA Grant Makes for a Better Environment
University of Cincinnati January 12, 2008 A University of Cincinnati researcher studies methods for removing toxins from water with a new grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Human Interest/Art

NanoArt 2007 International Online Competition - Invitation to VOTE
Cris Orfescu January 12, 2008 NanoArt is a new art discipline at the intersections of Art, Science and Technology, and relates to the micro or nanosculptures (atomic and molecular sculptures) created by artists or scientists through chemical or physical processes and visualized with powerful research tools like scanning electron or atomic force microscopes. The scientific images of these structures are captured and further processed using different artistic techniques to convert them into artworks showcased for large audiences.
Interviews/Book Reviews/Essays/Reports

Brain drain? That's so nineties
thestar.com January 12, 2008 Just a decade ago Canadians watched what seemed like a relentless poaching of the country's top minds. Now the trend is being reversed thanks to the Canada Research Chairs program. Even so, the lauded program is not without its critics. Started in 2000, the chairs program has led to $2 billion being pumped into universities by the federal government. This comes in the form mainly of $100,000 annual grants for promising young researchers who hold junior chairs and $200,000 for established researchers in senior chairs. But the Canada Research Chairs are now at a crossroads. Although federal funding of $300 million a year is pledged until 2011, that's only enough to keep the program ticking along, offering little hope for junior researchers to move up and providing for only a minimal amount of new blood.
Water

EPA Grant Makes for a Better Environment
University of Cincinnati January 12, 2008 A University of Cincinnati researcher studies methods for removing toxins from water with a new grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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