Google announced a major partnership for its Glass wearable device with Luxottica, the company behind several popular eyewear brands that include Ray Ban and Oakley. The Mountain View, Calif., tech giant said Luxottica will lend Glass its expertise in eyewear design and manufacturing. Additionally, Luxottica’s thousands of retail locations should help Google later on, when the tech company begins to sell Glass to the general public.
No matter how much you think you might know about a given topic, I can promise you there almost always going to be someone out there who knows more. Listen to them. Learn from them.. Using a variety of techniques, including gene expression analysis and gene network mapping, the CUMC researchers discovered how common forms of alpha synuclein contribute to sporadic Parkinson’s. “It turns out multiple different alpha synuclein transcript forms are generated during the initial step in making the disease protein; our study implicates the longer transcript forms as the major culprits,” said study leader Asa Abeliovich, MD, PhD, associate professor of pathology and cell biology and neurology at CUMC. “Some very common genetic variants in the alpha synuclein gene, present in many people, are known to impact the likelihood that an individual will suffer from sporadic Parkinson’s.
Bring your own beer, that’s all you gotta do. No license required. We try to keep it fun.”. “I think the connection that it just been to the community here in Dryden has been pretty cool,” said Catucci. “The fact that they are doing everything on bannock, on fried bread which is pretty good. Anytime you get bread that fried and then used as like a bun for a burger or as a dessert or inside of a meatloaf or substituted as fries for a poutine that a good day.”.
For more than 50 years, Dan Elliott has played rock in greater Syracuse. When Elliott was a high school kid in Minoa, his brother, Jack Abert, invited him to join a band called Monterays. They were good enough to earn the attention of Dan Leonard, a promoter and influential radio disc jockey in Syracuse.
It is generally agreed upon that house music got its name from the Chicago dance club “The Warehouse,” where DJ Frankie Knuckles, the “godfather of house,” presided over the dance floor. Knuckles came to the Warehouse in 1977, bringing with him the music and spirit of the New York disco scene. Knuckles was one of the first DJs to employ mixing and programming in an attempt to create a continuous, uninterrupted flow of dance music..