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I have a very good news for the project.

Pr. Celani send us the wires!

Wires on a Bird

Thank you Francesco.wires1-1






Wires on a Bird

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0 #8 Ryan Hunt 2012-10-17 04:39
Yes, this wire seems brittle and will be handled with gloves and as little as possible. I haven't touched it, yet, but I am very eager. I hope it wraps onto the supports in the test cell nicely. Small samples of this wire will be saved for future microscopy and analysis.
0 #7 Ecco 2012-10-15 12:38
Are special precautions needed to handle these wires by the way? I was thinking that bare hands handling could damage or otherwise negatively affect their surface due to skin oils.
0 #6 Robert Greenyer 2012-10-14 18:24
In the coming days we will be putting together media to make things a lot clearer for everybody.


explains our planned direction. All I have to add "of mice and men".

0 #5 Tony McConnell 2012-10-14 16:55
Thank you :) Something which appears so innocuous but could be so important! Thanks for all your efforts!
0 #4 Jim Johnson 2012-10-14 16:54
Congratulations , great milestone.

Can't help but wonder next: what is the strategy for MFMP replication of wire prep?
0 #3 Ecco 2012-10-14 10:47
Only 3 meters? Not very much for experimenting and tests (especially if one breaks). But I guess more can be obtained if necessary (although this will mean delay).

Images are still quite large. Only their display size has been reduced. For the sake of bandwidth saving I think you should include a physically reduced version for blog posts, and the original version as a link when clicking them. If you understand what I mean (the system admin surely will).

Have you changed the comment ordering, anyway? I think it used to be "first posts, first". It currently is "first posts, last". It's not very convenient when answering to the last post because one has to scroll up and down continuously to read the post he is referring to.
0 #2 Mathieu Valat 2012-10-14 10:28
I reduced the size of the pictures. It should be better now.
We received three times one meter.
0 #1 Ecco 2012-10-14 10:23

But I think images are too big. The big versions should be embedded as links from smaller ones that fit the blog, to save bandwidth and avoid breaking the layout.

By the way, how many meters of wire are you going to receive?

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