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“[Footnote 1: It will not be out of place here to recall Ampere's ingenious rule for remembering the direction in which a current urges the pole of a magnetic needle.”
“I decided to pursue this story like a journalist and actually contact Unilever, Ben & Jerry's and Ampere, both by phone and email.”
“This so-called news emanated from a deal that consumer-products giant Unilever signed recently with a Silicon Valley company called Ampere Life Sciences.”
“Dr. Guy Miller, executive chairman of Ampere, said he couldn't say anything beyond what was in the original statement.”
“The partnership with PGGM and Ampere clearly demonstrates that institutional investors are willing to invest in well-structured offshore wind projects alongside market leading industry players, said Eldrup.”
“OPW – a consortium of the Dutch pension fund PGGM and the energy investment fund Ampere – took a 24.8% stake in the project in December 2010, joining majority owner Dong Energy (50.1%) and SSE (25.1%).”
“By capturing the tiny amounts of current produced by hundreds of nanowires kept in motion, the generators produce a direct current output in the nano-Ampere range.”
“Microsoft says that based on an 18 Ampere per hour battery, the Notebook Cooling Base will lessen battery life by only about 4%.”
“The work of Faraday, Volta, Ampere, and Ohm is honored by society, in that fundamental units of electrical measurement are named after them.”
“Dumas on Chemistry at noon; at a half hour later either Villemain or Ampere on French literature; at other hours, Guizot on Modern”
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