That’s a big spike, but the Patriots were already expected to be the best team in the AFC East before Brady’s return. The nullification of Brady’s suspension will really matter when the playoffs start — the Patriots are now expected to have the second-best record in the AFC (New England passed the Broncos, though they still rank behind the Colts). So Goodell’s inept handling of Brady’s suspension didn’t just gift the Patriots nearly half a win; it might also have gifted them a higher playoff seed.UPDATE (Sept. 3, 3:42 p.m.): This post has been updated throughout with new data from an updated Football Power Index model. Somebody ought to teach Roger Goodell how to suspend a guy properly. On Thursday, Judge Richard Berman overturned Teflon Tom Brady’s four-game suspension in connection with the Deflategate scandal. You can read all sorts of legal analysis elsewhere, but here’s the basic gist: Goodell, the NFL commissioner, didn’t justly suspend Brady, nor did he properly notify Brady during the process that a four-game suspension was a possible punishment. (Berman did not rule on whether Brady was involved in Deflategate in the first place.)The Patriots rejoiced, which they’ve gotten good at in the past decade and a half. And they should: Now that Brady is eligible to play the first four games of the season, the Patriots are even more likely to make the playoffs than they already were. ESPN Stats and Info projected1The projection is derived from Stats and Info’s Football Power Index, a nifty model that assigns every NFL team a strength rating for its offense, defense and special teams and then simulates the schedule 10,000 times, tracking how often each team wins its division, conference and even the Super Bowl. that without Brady for four games, the Patriots would make the playoffs 68 percent of the time. Now it’s 74 percent.
With the faintest of grins, Ohio State’s Lenzelle Smith Jr. made sure to note that former Kansas big man Thomas Robinson won’t be in Columbus to bully the Buckeyes in the paint Saturday. “That’s a huge relief,” the junior guard said, as if the thought of the hulking 6-foot-10, 240-pound forward evoked memories – perhaps agonizing ones – of what happened the last time the teams met. Largely thanks to his 19 points and eight boards in last year’s Final Four matchup, Robinson, who was selected as the 5th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, helped ensure the anti-climatic end to what would’ve been OSU’s first national championship berth since 2007. Kansas coach Bill Self’s squad rallied from nine down at halftime to best the Buckeyes, 64-62, before falling to Kentucky on the sport’s biggest stage. Word of that might’ve taken some time to reach Smith Jr., though. “I didn’t continue to watch college basketball,” he said. Almost eight months later – and more than a year ago since the Buckeyes’ first setback against the Jayhawks in a similarly hyped early-season matchup last December – OSU (9-1) might have another chance at revenge. But Smith Jr., who admitted to have “been waiting for this game since our schedule got released” stopped short of calling Saturday’s game revenge. “My mindset’s not on revenge,” he said. “We’re two different teams right now.” Smith Jr. likely is right in his assessment of playing the Jayhawks without Robinson and the likes of former guard Tyshawn Taylor among others. Kansas (9-1) might not be quite the team it was last year – but maybe neither are the Buckeyes, which find themselves in a similar boat without the inside presence of former forward Jared Sullinger. “We’re trying to do our best with what we still have,” Smith Jr. said. And while the teams – in their personnel and dynamics – are different, the stakes aren’t quite as dissimilar. Similar to both meetings in 2011, Saturday’s showdown finds both clubs toward the top of the Associated Press poll-OSU at No. 7 and Kansas at No 9. In a 30- or 40-game season, such a contest seems to inevitably have an inability to genuinely shape the course of success for either program. But the outcome could serve as a projection. It did last season, after all. “Obviously you’re going to hopefully learn quite a bit about your basketball team as you get ready to head into January, February, March,” said OSU coach Thad Matta. “My job is to keep thinking big picture and knowing what lies ahead, but you use this game as an opportunity.” Even inside the confines of the Schottenstein Center, Matta maintains an “experienced, seasoned” Jayhawks squad pose a threat that will almost certainly challenge an OSU team that’s been largely untested – save for a 73-68 loss against Duke on Nov. 28 at Cameron Indoor Stadium. “I think Kansas right now is playing at a level as high as anybody in college basketball,” Matta said. “They start four seniors. Man, it’s like wow.” Smith Jr. said Saturday might just to come down to which team proves more durable. “I think for both teams this game is going to be a toughness match,” he said. He’s not alone in that theory, either. “Who’s going to be the tougher basketball team?” said OSU junior guard Aaron Craft. “They do a phenomenal job of getting second-chance points, grabbing 50-50 balls, really limiting possessions for us offensively. “We have to find a way to overcome that – if not match that, or be better (than) their intensity and their toughness. Because that’s what Kansas basketball is about.” The features Craft listed seem to be suggestive of a team matching its talent with as much effort. OSU, arguably, has struggled with that coming into its game against the Jayhawks, and it might have been best exemplified against a mediocre Big South squad Tuesday, when OSU eked out perhaps its most ugly win of the season, 66-55, against Winthrop. “I guess what we’ve learned is we’re not gonna be able to just come out here any given night and think we’re gonna play our best basketball,” Smith Jr. said. “We have to mentally prepare for that leading up to the game.” “It’s part of being a winner and we’ve lacked on some (of) that sometimes.”
Despite having lost the final of the China Cup 1-0 to Uruguay, Ryan Giggs has described himself as happy with the entire squad’s overall performance in the tournamentWales had their chances to open the scoring against Uruguay with Andy King twice coming close to scoring against goalkeeper Fernando Muslera. Gareth Bale later forced the Uruguayan into another fine save, but they appeared to lose their rhythm after Edinson Cavani scored after the break in his 100th appearance at international level.“Of course, against teams like that you’re going to ride your luck but they showed us the utmost respect,” said Giggs, according to Sky Sports.“We won’t play against much better teams than that in terms of experience and talent. It was a great learning curve for the players and a great test which I thought they stood up to.“What I want from my team is to go to the end and I thought we did. Suarez and Cavani were going to the end, and we were still in the game.“Ryan Hedges put in that fantastic cross right at the end, and on another day we’d have got someone on the end of it.”Players who made it public that they weren’t happy in their club Jozef Fabian – September 12, 2019 Football is about so much more than what happens on the pitch.Overall the newly appointed Wales manager was pleased with their overall performance in the tournament and believes that there is a lot of promise within the squad.“We’ve had two very different opponents and two different performances, but equally pleasing in many ways.“I have learned there is a fantastic team spirit which I knew beforehand but then witnessing it was brilliant.“There’s also a lot of quality in the squad, and more that’s been left at home as well.“I’m really happy with the young lads who have come in and done well and with the squad as a whole.”
West Ham captain Mark Noble welcomed the news that Declan Rice had signed a new long-term contract and expects big things from him in the futureThe 19-year-old midfielder has already made 51 appearances for West Ham after graduating the academy and he’s now committed his future to the club until June 2024.And Noble, who himself came through the youth ranks, is delighted with the news that Rice will be sticking around and revealed the advice he gave him.“It is fantastic news for both Declan and for the football club,” Noble told the club website.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“I have spoken to him regularly about his situation and Declan is on a massive high now. He’s come into the team, he’s playing fantastically well and now he has signed a new long-term contract, which he thoroughly deserves.“I’ve said to him that I’m always here for him because times aren’t always good and aren’t always smooth playing in the Premier League at a high level, so I’ve told him to keep learning, keep improving and keep enjoying it.“For him, I think the sky is the limit and I’ve always said that. He’s a top player and every day that I can help him along in his journey is something to be proud of.”West Ham will face Burnley on Sunday at Turf Moor in the Premier League.
This week it was reported that the social magazine platform, Flipboard, raised an additional $50 million, which speculatively ups its valuation to $800 million.Reports suggest that Rizvi Traverse Management and Goldman Sachs led the fundraising efforts. However, Flipboard has declined to comment on, or confirm the transaction.The company has been growing quickly since launching just 3 years ago. Flipboard’s last round of capital injection came back in 2011, when it rallied $50 million on a $200 million valuation. More than 2 million magazines are active on the platform, and it has been evolving in several ways–in product and partnerships. But the latest angel investment begs to ask: what’s next? Speculating what the company might do with the money is anyone’s guess at this point–especially because its fundraising efforts have not been confirmed by any of the parties involved. Nevertheless, the company’s rapid growth and quest for more liquidity suggests big things could be on the horizon.Whether it’s preparing for an IPO, a major acquisition, a robust product launch or a countless other possibilities, one thing seems certain: Flipboard isn’t done growing.
Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLocal Scholarship Opportunities For Wilmington Graduating Seniors (2019 Edition)In “Community”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 3 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At Regis CollegeIn “Education”Wilmington Public Schools Receives $750,000 Grant To Improve The Health Of Its StudentsIn “Education” WILMINGTON, MA — Last month, the Nan’s Circle of Hope Board Members announced the awarding of nursing scholarships to Thea Alberti, Clara Walsh, and Christine Santos.“The Sullivan family takes great pride in honoring JoEllyn’s memory and dedication to the nursing profession. Her love for nursing continues to make an impact on the lives of incoming nursing students as they enter college,” said Jay Sullivan. “To date, the Foundation has awarded $13,250 to high school graduates looking to enter the nursing profession.”Thea Alberti, graduate of Wilmington High School, will be attending Colby Sawyer’s Nursing program. Clara Walsh, graduate of Woburn High School, will be attending the University of Massachusetts-Lowell Nursing Program. Christine Santos, graduate of Tewksbury Memorial High School, will be attending Worcester State’s Nursing program.About Nan’s Circle Of HopeNan’s Circle of Hope Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization started to honor the life and career of JoEllyn Ryan Sullivan. JoEllyn and her family have lived in Wilmington for over 30 years. She graduated from Mount Auburn School of Nursing and has been a registered nurse with Mount Auburn Hospital for 41 years working in a variety of areas, including surgical, oncology and telemetry. Given her vast experience and compassionate outlook, she mentored many young nurses entering the profession from school. She was awarded the Preceptor of the Year award for her efforts. She was well respected by all members of the Mount Auburn team, from the medical assistants to the hospital executives, because of her dedication and work ethic. Her career was cut short by a diagnosis of cancer in April of 2016.Nan’s Circle of Hope Foundation will raise money to benefit local students entering the medical profession. Multiple scholarships will be given each year to seniors who reside in Wilmington and students who attend Shawsheen Regional Technical High School. Our goal is to honor JoEllyn’s passion for helping others throughout her life. If you would like to help future graduates, please visit our website HERE. The 2019 Annual golf tournament will be held on September 6, 2019 To register for this fun event, please visit the tournament site HERE.Thea AlbertiChristine SantosClara Walsh(NOTE: The above press release is from Nan’s Circle of Hope Foundation.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Japanese auto major Honda’s big ticket item – the fourth generation City sedan has finally made its way into the burgeoning Indian market with a price tag of ₹7.42 lakh.City, the most desired car from Honda on Tuesday finally bid adieu to the speculations and the rumours around it since its global unveiling in November last year. The company launched the car in five trims in the domestic market-Honda City E, City S, City, SV, City V and City VX. This is the first time Honda is offering its City sedan in both petrol and diesel options in the country. Honda City diesel is going to be India’s most fuel efficient car by offering a fabulous 26kmpl mileage. The petrol version of the City sedan packs a 1.5-litre i-VTEC engine, which churns out a power of 119 PS @ 6600 rpm and 145 Nm torque @ 4600 rpm. The diesel variant comes with a 1.5-litre i-DTEC engine, which is also used in the Honda Amaze. It is mated with a 6-speed manual transmission and pumps in 100 PS power @ 3600 rpm and 200 Nm torque @ 1750 rpm. The petrol model of City comes in two variants: 5-speed manual and automatic, which is offered with a CVT automatic gearbox.The petrol variants of the City sedan is priced between ₹7.42 lakh and ₹10.98 lakh, while the diesel variant starts at ₹8.62 lakh and the top variant comes for ₹11.10 lakh.Dealers across India have started accepting bookings for Honda. The delivery of the City petrol will commence from mid-February, while the diesel models will be available in the market immediately, said the company. According to Honda, the bookings have already crossed 9,000.Price and ModelsHonda City petrolPetrol E MT: ₹7.42 lakhPetrol S MT: ₹ 8.04 lakhPetrol SV MT: ₹8.49 lakhPetrol V MT: ₹8.99 lakhPetrol VX MT: ₹9.93 lakhPetrol V CVT: ₹9.49 lakhPetrol VX CVT: ₹10.98 lakhHonda City DieselDiesel E MT: ₹8.62 lakhDiesel S MT: ₹9.24 lakhDiesel SV MT: ₹9.66 lakhDiesel V MT: ₹10.16 lakhDiesel VX MT: ₹ 11.10 lakh
.The first phase of Upazila Parishad elections will be held on 10 March next, reports UNB.Election commission secretary Helal Uddin announced the election schedule at a press conference at the EC secretariat on Sunday.The last date for the submission of nomination papers is 11 February while that of withdrawal on 19 February. The scrutiny of the nomination papers will be held on 12 February.On 10 January, EC secretary Helal Uddin Ahmed said the polls would be held in phases starting from the first week of March.The first Upazila Parishad elections were held in 1985, while the following three were held in 1990, 2009 and 2014. The last one was organised in six phases.Besides, the election commission fixed 4 March for the elections to the JS reserved seats.The last date for the submission of nomination papers is 11 February while that of withdrawal on 16 February. The scrutiny of nomination papers will be held on 12 February.
© 2018 Science X Network The thermoelectric helical coil architecture was fabricated using monocrystalline silicon as the active material. The mechanically guided assembly generated 3-D helical structures from 2-D serpentines via compressive buckling. The serpentines incorporated silicon ribbons with p- and n-type segments, and the system was encapsulated on the top and bottom with polymer coatings. The architecture enabled transformation of the system from 2-D to 3-D during deployment and use. Although heavily doped with silicon, the 3-D coils were able to provide remarkable levels of mechanical compliance and robustness during handling and bending applications. The assembly did not significantly deviate from the geometry predicted using finite element analysis (FEA). Such material characteristics made the system well-suited to form intimate thermal interfaces to the human body, such as the wrist or ankles. Miniaturized semiconductor devices with energy harvesting features have paved the way to wearable technologies and sensors. Although thermoelectric systems have attractive features in this context, the ability to maintain large temperature differences across device terminals remains increasingly difficult to achieve with accelerated trends in device miniaturization. As a result, a group of scientists in applied sciences and engineering has developed and demonstrated a proposal on an architectural solution to the problem in which engineered thin-film active materials are integrated into flexible three-dimensional (3-D) forms. The approach enabled efficient thermal impedance matching, and multiplied heat flow through the harvester to increase efficient power conversion. In the study conducted by Kewang Nan and colleagues, interconnected arrays of 3-D thermoelectric coils were built with microscale ribbons of the active material monocrystalline silicon to demonstrate the proposed concepts. Quantitative measurements and simulations were conducted thereafter to establish the basic operating principles and key design features of the strategy. The results, now published on Science Advances, suggested a scalable strategy to deploy hard thermoelectric thin-films within energy harvesters that can efficiently integrate with soft material systems including human tissue to develop wearable sensors in the future. Thermoelectric devices provide a platform to incorporate ubiquitous thermal gradients that generate electrical power. To operate wearable sensors or the “Internet of Things” devices, the temperature gradient between the surrounding environment and the human body/inanimate objects should provide small-scale power supplies. Continued advances in the field focus on aggressive downscaling of power requirements for miniaturized systems to enhance their potential in thermoelectric and energy harvesting applications. Integrated processors and radio transmitters for example can operate with power in the range of subnanowatts, some recent examples are driven via ambient light-based energy harvesting and endocochlear potential. Such platforms can be paired with sensors with similar power to enable distributed, continuous and remote environmental/biochemical monitoring. Two key challenges in the development of miniaturized thermoelectric harvesters include matching the requisite thermal impedance and mechanical compliance of the active materials to integrate in biological systems. A well-developed system for device flexibility includes combining thin film polymers with metal foils such as wires or ribbons. In the study, Nan et al propose and demonstrate a solution by developing a two-dimensional (2-D) precursor system in the development of functional 3-D helical coils. The naturally flexible nature of the coils enabled the systems to conform to complex biological surfaces, even those dynamic with time, to ensure excellent thermal contact with the heat source. Furthermore, the 3-D nature of the system provided a multifold increase in the surface area for higher heat exchange capacity to yield maximum power. Mechanical deformability and durability of 3D thermoelectric harvesters. A) simulated distributions of strain in the silicon thermoelectric leg before and after uniaxial stretching in the plane by 60 percent. Results indicated reductions in strain on stretching as expected based on compressive buckling used to form 3D structures. B) Results of experimental durability tests involving multiple cycles of uniaxial stretching and release on a coil structure. The data only indicated a small increase in the electric resistance. C) Optical images (top) and simulated structures (bottom) after in-plane stretching. D) Simulated values of the maximum local strain. A maximum compression of 26 percent is possible prior to reaching fracture strain of silicon – the limiting factor of the system. Inset shows the deformed structure after compression and includes a strain distribution map of the silicon leg alongside the fracture point. E) Experimental measurements of the device resistance upon vertical compression. At a compression of 40 percent, the device showed open-circuit behavior due to silicon fracture. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aau5849. To improve mechanical and thermal properties of the 3-D coils, the scientists used FEA software for computationally guided optimization of the resulting device. In principle, the 3-D architecture of the device was advantageous for effective harvesting. Therefore, by design, the 3-D helical coil system included a tapering geometry that increased in width toward the top as engineered using FEA to optimize thermal and mechanical responses. The design scheme in the study was enhanced specifically for harvesting in miniature devices. Increased cooling capacity of the device design had greater benefits to contrast any losses owing to parasitic heat flow in the system.Nan et al, also conducted mechanical compliance tests on the devices to understand their capacity to endure substantial bending, in-plane stretching and out-of-plane compression, as with previous reports. The 3-D structures could be stretched by up to 60 percent in the in-plane direction for hundred cycles and vertically compressed up to 30 percent, with minimal degradation in electric properties. The devices showed exceptional mechanical compliance as predicted by FEA. Uniaxial stretching across 200 cycles did not result in electrical or mechanical failure. The 3-D coil showed resilience with potential for interfacial integration within miniature devices. Energy harvesting with thermoelectric coils and a road map for power enhancement. A) Schematic illustration of the measurement conditions testing the performance of harvesting devices. B) Measured power output characteristics showing a maximum power of 2 nW. C) Projected power output achieved by using known thermoelectric materials with thermoelectric figure-of-materials zT higher than that of Si. Credit: Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aau5849. Journal information: Science Advances Citation: Stretchable thermoelectric coils for energy harvesting in miniature flexible wearable devices (2018, November 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-11-stretchable-thermoelectric-energy-harvesting-miniature.html Enhanced power factor in transparent thermoelectric nanowire materials 3D thermoelectric coils as active components of flexible and deformable systems to harvest electric power for wearable technologies. A) Schematic illustration of fabrication and 3D assembly. Thin-film p- and n-type materials were patterned into 2D serpentine shapes and transferred onto a layer of polyimide (PI) to form the active materials. The 2D precursor structures were completed with metal junctions and a surface coating of PI patterned via photolithography and etching. Chemical bonding such systems to pre-structured silicone substrates at selective locations were followed by pre-stretch to initiate a process of geometrical transformations to yield the final 3D architecture. B) Optical images of resulting 3D thermoelectric coils. The geometry of the structure and elastomer substrate combined to provide mechanical robustness against handling and mechanical deformation. C) An array of 8 x 8 coils. The magnified view shows the 3D structure is consistent to the geometry predicted by FEA. The colored profile represents strain in the silicon leg. D) The 8 x 8 array can be attached to the skin on the wrist and on the ankle. Photo credit: Xiwei Shan, UIUC Lab, Science Advances, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aau5849. , Nature Biotechnology , Nano Energy More information: Kewang Nan et al. Compliant and stretchable thermoelectric coils for energy harvesting in miniature flexible devices, Science Advances (2018). DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aau5849U. Pelz et al. Fabrication Process for Micro Thermoelectric Generators (μTEGs), Journal of Electronic Materials (2015). DOI: 10.1007/s11664-015-4088-7 Chunlei Wan et al. Flexible thermoelectric foil for wearable energy harvesting, Nano Energy (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2016.09.011 Patrick P Mercier et al. Energy extraction from the biologic battery in the inner ear, Nature Biotechnology (2012). DOI: 10.1038/nbt.2394 Power output projections of the harvesting devices were also characterized to show consistent results aligned with design expectations. The open-circuit voltage of the device did not diminish across time in the measurements indicating that the thermal profile of the device was in a steady state. In the study, the authors generated a road map for power enhancement and a fabrication scheme to engineer energy harvesting devices with materials other than silicon – including organic variants.The authors recommend additional research on deposition methods, doping and patterning for organic and composite materials. The materials should not succumb to electrical resistance during mechanical transformation from 2-D to 3-D. With silicon used in the study, a three-fold increase in resistance was observed during the transformation potentially due to electrode contact, device degradation or plastic deformation in some parts of the device. The study represents a promising strategy to integrate thin-film materials in harvesters with soft material systems (including human skin) to realize energetically optimized wearable electronic devices in the future. This document is subject to copyright. 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Technology company KIT digital has named Mark Christie as its new chief technology officer.Christie co-founded the IP video solution provider ioko, which KIT digital acquired in 2011. The company said his appointment was in line with KIT digital’s sharpened focus on software solutions for tier-one clients.
Cutting TV advertising budgets has a disproportionate negative effect on sales, according to the research arm of TV technology giant TiVo.According to a study carried bout by 84.51 in partnership with TiVo Research and media companies A+E and Turner, consumer packaged goods brands that cut their advertising budgets between 2013-14 saw a much greater reduction in sales year-over-year.According to the study, for 11 of the 15 consumer packaged goods brands analysed, sales returns dropped by a combined US$94 million (€86 million) when TV spend was cut year-over-year. This accounted for 69% of the 2013 incremental sales attributed to TV advertising.In 2014, the average on-air brand was reaching only 25% of its purchasers in an average week, down from 35% in 2013, leaving 75% open to competition.According to the survey, all 15 brands posted reach declines, and nearly all brands that decreased spending also saw a decrease in return. For the 11 brands that reported a loss in sales, for every dollar decline in ad spend, they lost three times that amount in return. The correlation was disproportionate in favor of higher TV spend.The TiVo Research study was based on a combined data stream of 84.51’s in-store sales with TiVo Research’s viewing data for over two million households.“In today’s multi-screen content universe, consumer brands are reallocating advertising dollars to digital spend, however, our research found that TV advertising is more effective than ever. This study confirms a direct link between TV advertising spend and ROI for brand advertisers,” said Betsy Rella, vice-president, research, TiVo Research.“We see marketers constantly struggling to find the most effective advertising media, with many cutting their TV advertising efforts,” said Nishat Mehta, Head of Brands, 84.51. “We wanted to better understand the effects of changes in TV spend. These results will help the industry make more informed decisions about optimising their media planning.”
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