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Big 12 football kicks off season

first_imgLinkedin Facebook Twitter TCU News Now 3/17/2021 Despite projected results, key days still ahead in post-election process SportsFootballNewsBig 12 football kicks off seasonBy Noah Parker – September 18, 2020 2474 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR + posts Linkedin TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Noah Parkerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/noah-parker/ Previous articlePost office deals with increase in packagesNext articleSecond-Hand September: Clothing outlets encourage eco-friendly fashion Noah Parker Noah Parkerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/noah-parker/ Facebook TCU News Now 4/1/2021 Noah Parkerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/noah-parker/ printThe Big 12 kicked off their first football games of the season Saturday along with the Atlantic Coast conference. The two conferences’ return came amid widespread offseason deliberation and speculation as to whether there would even be a college football season. Seven out of the Big 12’s ten teams played their first game of the season last weekend. Every team except Kansas allowed fans into their stadiums in a limited and socially distanced capacityThe Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners were among the six teams who had fans in attendance for their respective wins against the University of Texas-El Paso and Missouri State University. Around 15,000 fans showed up in the DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium to see the Longhorns play, while Oklahoma announced a sellout crowd of 22,700. Both schools capped fan attendance at 25%. Fans at both games were spread out in pods throughout the stadium and were required to wear masks. Students in attendance in Austin were required to test negative for COVID-19 before entering the stadium.Texas head coach Tom Herman said after the game it really did feel like a real game despite the small, limited attendance.“We had smoke; we had fans; we were cheering; we had music, the whole nine,” Herman said. “At the end of the day, the only thing different about this game was that coaches are wearing masks, and there weren’t a whole lot of people in the stands.”TCU and SMU postponed what would have been their 100th meeting on Sept. 11 in Amon G. Carter Stadium, where the Frogs were set to make their home debut.Read more: Students must request tickets for football season TCU’s first game is now scheduled to take place at home Sept. 26 against Iowa State, with an attendance cap at 12,000 fans, including 3,000 students. Information about ticketing and policies for attending the game are available at gofrogs.com. Twitter ReddIt Noah Parkerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/noah-parker/ Noah Parker World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution ReddIt TCU News Now 2/10/2021 Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more

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BAE Systems Designs New Technology for Future UK Submarines

first_img View post tag: Technology Equipment & technology November 28, 2014 View post tag: UK View post tag: future View post tag: Submarines View post tag: New View post tag: BAEcenter_img Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today BAE Systems Designs New Technology for Future UK Submarines BAE Systems Designs New Technology for Future UK Submarines View post tag: Designs BAE Systems and scientists from The Open University have worked together to design new atmosphere monitoring technology for the UK’s future submarine programme, based on lessons learned from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta Mission.The analyser continuously monitors the precarious environmental atmospheres found on-board submarines and is capable of analysing dozens of gas species simultaneously with a response time of less than a minute. This new atmosphere analyser far exceeds the capabilities of the current system and shares many of the attributes of the instrument that recently landed on a comet. It needed to be much smaller and lighter than the current system and work in extreme environments, yet remain robust and operate for long periods with minimal human interaction.The proven prototype analyser is now being developed for manufacture by Analox Military Systems after it was awarded a £1million contract from BAE Systems. The final system will offer a significant increase in performance, improved reliability and lower procurement and through-life costs.Mark Scaife, an Engineering Manager at BAE Systems Submarines said: “Nuclear submarines are amongst the most complex machines ever devised, patrolling a hostile environment 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, in some of the most remote places known to man. The Atmosphere Analyser is capable of giving real-time readings to crews so they can react quickly to any dangerous build-up of gases, an invaluable safeguard and one that can potentially save lives.”Martin Bean, Vice Chancellor of The Open University said: “The project is a great example of how the expertise and know-how of the best research groups in British Universities can be harnessed by British industry and Government departments and applied into new areas that have significant national impact in strategically important areas. We are delighted that this work has been awarded a highly prestigious BAE Systems Chairman’s Silver Award for innovation – a wonderful recognition of the project’s success.”Mark Lewis, Managing Director of the Analox group said: “We are incredibly proud to be awarded this contract. Analox have been working with navies for over 20 years now and we are excited to be developing a product which will propel our relationships with navies for the next 20 years. The atmosphere analyser uses new exciting technologies to ensure we remain at the very forefront of the gas detection industry.”The system has been very successful in sea trials to date.Press Release; Image: BAE Systems View post tag: Systemslast_img read more

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