X-ray Laser Shed New Light On Quest For Faster Data Storage

Automotive Storage Shed Foundation & Building Erection

An experiment at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratorys x-ray laser has revealed the first atomic-scale details of a new technique that could point the way to faster data storage in smartphones, laptops and other devices. Researchers used pulses of specially tuned light to change the magnetic properties of a material with potential for data storage. Then they used SLACs Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) x-ray laser to directly measure those magnetic changesand discovered that they took place in less than one trillionth of a second, about a billion times faster than previously observed in similar materials. This is much shorter than the previously established limit of several thousandths of a second in this type of material, and suggests a possible new approach for memory devices, said Teresa Kubacka, a doctoral researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and lead author of the study.
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Obtaining Documents: The solicitation documents, including the Plans and Spe- cifications, will be available electronically on the College Procurement Services website at: http://www.chemeketa.edu/b usprofession/procurementservices/bidann ounce/ under the “Construction heading. Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference: A Man- datory Pre-Bid Conference will be held Thursday, March 13, 2014, 9:00AM PST, behind Building 4 in the Automotive Lot located at 4000 Lancaster DR NE, Sal- em, OR 97305. Offeror’s failure to attend the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will result in rejection of any Offer submitted. Deadline for Protest of Solicitation Doc- ument Specifications or Contract Terms: Protests must be received by the Procur- ement Services Office of the Business Services Department of Chemeketa Commu nity College by no later than 2:00 PM PST, March 19, 2014; see Item #16, Protest Process of “Instructions to Offe- rors” for additional details. Submission of Offers; Opening: Offers must be received by the Procurement Services Office of the Business Services Department of Chemeketa Community College by no later than 2:00 PM PST, March 26, 2014, as set forth below. Imm- ediately after the time set for the close of submission, Offers will be opened and Offers will be publicly read aloud in Bui- lding 2, Room 202J.
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Build A Colonial-Style Storage Shed

The 10 x 16-ft. outbuilding has easy-to-install plywood siding, three large windows and two pairs of doors. The entire building could be used for storage, but we decided to divide the interior space into two separate areas: a 4 x 10-ft.
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Potato storage shed on fire in Fort Kent

Firefighters from several St. John Valley departments were at the scene of a massive fire Thursday night at a potato storage shed on Pump House Road just off U.S. Route 1 east of downtown.

John Valley departments were at the scene of a massive fire Thursday night at a potato storage shed on Pump House Road just off U.S. Route 1 east of downtown. Julia Bayly Firefighters from several St. John Valley departments were at the scene of a massive fire Thursday night at a potato storage shed on Pump House Road just off U.S. Route 1 east of downtown. Julia Bayly Firefighters from several St. John Valley departments were at the scene of a massive fire Thursday night at a potato storage shed on Pump House Road just off U.S.
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