OOIIO architecture builds modern residence in rural mountainous landscape of spain

OOIIO architecture has realized the ‘casa bus’ residence on the mountains of sierra de madrid, in spain, designed to provide peace and relaxation away from the chaos of the bustling city. with a variety of flora and fauna, clean natural ponds, hiking routes, and a pleasant mediterranean climate, the mountainous location serves a popular escape destination for locals in need of a ‘home away from home’.

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formed as a modern house in a rural setting, ‘casa bus’ by OOIIO was initially proposed as a place of recreation and rest for an urban family who seeks to experience life in the village from time to time. however, since the COVID-19 outbreak, a lot of holiday or weekend homes have become excellent options for habitual residences. ‘the depth of the social, economic, health and urban changes that will come after the end of

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Study Utilizing Imaging Mass Cytometry Details Changes in Lung Tissue Architecture at the …

Weill Cornell Medicine Researchers Utilize Fluidigm Hyperion Imaging System to Identify a Phenotype of Immune Cell Activity Distinct from Other Lung Infections

A Framework for Data-Driven Spatial Understanding of Lung Pathology to Inform New Treatment Approaches for COVID-19

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fluidigm Corporation (Nasdaq:FLDM), an innovative biotechnology tools provider with a vision to improve life through comprehensive health insight, today announced that researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have identified a phenotype of immune cell activity in the lungs of patients infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, that is distinct from activity observed with other respiratory infections. This phenotype has been identified based on spatial analysis of lung tissue at the single-cell level throughout the disease continuum. The analysis was conducted using Imaging Mass Cytometry™ (IMC™) on the Fluidigm® Hyperion™ Imaging System.

Results of the study, which have not yet been

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Exploring The Invisible Architecture Of Cities With Roman Mars

On a walk through your city or town, there are all sorts of sights and sounds to take in—big buildings, parks and patches of green space, roaring vehicles, and people strolling around. But according to Roman Mars, host of the 99% Invisible podcast, you need to look at the smaller, often unseen details to decode what’s really going on in the city. 

In the new book The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design, co-authors Mars and Kurt Kohlstedt show that you can learn a lot about the place you live in by taking a closer look at tucked-away architecture and pavement markings. There’s meaning behind the etchings on the covers of maintenance holes and water lines, and the cryptic spray painted symbols on the street that signify network and telecommunication cables. These signs and structures can tell stories about a city’s past

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James Wines: ‘Why can’t the sculpture be the architecture?’

One of modern architecture’s most arresting images is of a big box store, its brick walls crumbling on to its front canopy; a building falling apart. The Best store in Houston, built in 1975 is, perhaps, the worst kind of building: stuck on the edge of the suburbs, accessible only by car, in a sea of steaming tarmac. But it is also the most enjoyable piece of public art; witty, self-deprecating, eye-catching and self-critical. The construction of late capitalism in the style of late modernism illustrating its own collapse.

Almost as good was the Best store in Towson, Maryland, where the whole facade appeared to be lifting off, as if being ripped off by a hurricane. Or the one in Richmond, Virginia, with a chunk of the structure torn out, part of a forest appearing to grow in its place. The Best stores reverberated with Joseph Gandy’s drawings of John

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Xpeng Announces Next-gen Autonomous Driving Architecture at Auto Guangzhou 2020

GUANGZHOU, China–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Xpeng Inc. (“Xpeng” or the “Company”, NYSE: XPEV), a leading Chinese smart electric vehicle (“Smart EV”) company, today announced its next-generation autonomous driving architecture at Auto Guangzhou 2020.

Xpeng has significantly upgraded its autonomous driving software and hardware systems for the 2021 production models. The Company has become the first car manufacturer to adopt Lidar (laser for imaging, detection and ranging) as a new hardware component for its next-generation autonomous driving architecture, significantly improving the vehicle’s high-precision object recognition performance.

“Introducing Lidar technology into production vehicles is a breakthrough in popularizing autonomous driving, and an endorsement of our in-house R&D process. Our customers will benefit from this premium advanced technology, which makes autonomous driving more driver-friendly, safe and effective,” said He Xiaopeng, Chairman & CEO of Xpeng.

The new hardware architecture is a combination of high-definition (HD) cameras, millimeter-wave radars, ultrasonic sensors, Lidar, high-precision positioning and

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Study Utilizing Imaging Mass Cytometry Details Changes in Lung Tissue Architecture at the Single-Cell Level in Patients with COVID-19

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SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
Weill Cornell Medicine Researchers Utilize Fluidigm Hyperion Imaging System to Identify a Phenotype of Immune Cell Activity Distinct from Other Lung Infections

A Framework for Data-Driven Spatial Understanding of Lung Pathology to Inform New Treatment Approaches for COVID-19

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fluidigm Corporation (Nasdaq:FLDM), an innovative biotechnology tools provider with a vision to improve life through comprehensive health insight, today announced that researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have identified a phenotype of immune cell activity in the lungs of patients infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, that is distinct from activity observed with other respiratory infections. This phenotype has been identified based on spatial analysis of lung tissue at the single-cell level throughout the disease continuum.

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Forensic Architecture Release an Investigation of the Beirut Port Explosion

On August 4, a devastating blast shook Lebanon’s capital city of Beirut, killing over 200 people and wounding over 6,500. The massive explosion, caused by the detonation of a large depository of ammonium nitrate that had been stored unsafely at a warehouse in the city’s port since 2014, decimated large swathes of the city, including multiple galleries, museums, and art institutions. An examination by the Lebanese authorities has yet to yield any results or hold any officials accountable. As anger and frustration against the Lebanese government grow, the London-based research team Forensic Architecture (FA) has released the results of an investigation that details the events and failures that led to one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history.

FA launched its probe with an invitation from the Egyptian independent online publication Mada Masr. The research group used publicly available images and videos of the blast, among other open-source materials and

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Build a vaccine architecture – editorials

Rarely have the worlds of science, public health, economy and global balance of power intersected as they have in times of Covid-19. And rarely has so much hinged on a single variable — the development of a vaccine, or a set of vaccines, to provide immunity to every individual across the world from Sars-CoV-2. The good news is that the worst may be behind us: The world is close to a vaccine breakthrough. Pfizer and Moderna have achieved a high degree of efficacy — at over 90%, it is much safer than initially assumed — using radical technologies which have the potential to tackle other critical diseases. There are other vaccines too, many at the third stage of trial, with a high possibility of success. All of this means that by early next year, the world will have a basket of vaccine options on the menu to choose from. Health

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Serverless Architecture Market Emerging 24.7% Growth Rate, Application, Market Share and Forecast to 2026 – Reports And Data.

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Nov 19, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Global Serverless Architecture Market report released by Reports and Data encompasses vital aspects of the Serverless Architecture market and offers critical insights about the market size, share, global spread, trends, demands, and opportunities. The report discusses in detail the competitive landscape of the market on both the regional and global scale. It analyzes the key regions and market segments to offer a better understanding of the competitive scenario. Moreover, the report discusses in detail the latest product and technological advancements to offer a comprehensive understanding of the Serverless Architecture market. Furthermore, it sheds light on the lucrative growth opportunities and investments to assist the readers and businesses in developing strategic expansion plans. It also helps readers gain maximum return on their investments.

Market Size – USD 4.18 Billion in

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Mesh App and Service Architecture Market Report 2020 Industry Trends, Share and Size, Complete Data Analysis across the Region and Globe

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Nov 19, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The Mesh App and Service Architecture Market is estimated to record a significant growth throughout the forecast period. The ICT sector constitutes 4.8% of the European economy. Europe’s organization ERDF i.e. European Regional Development Fund has allotted approximately USD 23 billion for investments related to ICT during the funding period 2014-2020. ICT refers to the communication technologies including the internet, wireless networks, social networking, cell phones, video-conferencing, computers, software, and other media applications and services enabling users to access, retrieve, and manipulate information in a digital form.

Market synopsis:

The major factor driving the mesh app and service architecture market is the increasing demand for various mobile and web applications. These apps are becoming popular among mobile and web. Many enterprises are considering the applications to be important and are constantly developed

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