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View Resource Quantum Dots

This presentation, created by Gunjan Mishra at the University of Nevada - Reno, is a downloadable slideshow illustrating the history, formation, and application of quantum dots. While created as part of a lecture series, this website provides students with a concise outline of the unique characteristics of the particles.

View Resource Quaternary Studies: An Interdisciplinary Program

Rutgers University promotes its Graduate Certificate in Quaternary Studies where students take part in geology, geography, meteorology, and other disciplines interested in the last couple of million years of Earth's history. Students and educators can find information on the researchers involved with the program and the necessary course work.

View Resource Security and Privacy Aspects of Low-Cost Radio Frequency Identification Systems

While RFID technology can be very useful, the fact that information about items is collected remotely raises concerns about privacy and security. This issue is addressed in a research paper from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The authors review current RFID systems and their operation, and then propose a number of security mechanisms that could reduce the risk associated with their...

View Resource Bluetooth / 802.11 Protocol Adaptation for RFID Tags

This paper presented at the 2002 European Wireless Conference compares the performance of RFID systems that use ultra-high frequency (UHF) communications to those that use microwave communications. It is argued that although microwave-based devices, such as Bluetooth, are suitable for worldwide operation, systems that communicate in the UHF range have greater range and less interference.

View Resource The Birds and the Bees: Pollination and Dispersal

This pdf document, from the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, provides a brief overview of pollination and dispersal. The resource contains a nice comparative list of several "pollinator types and their respective pollination syndromes." Included in the document, is a chart of common pollinators and flower types that those who are new to the subject will find very helpful.

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