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位相技術研究会

位相技術研究会

17 January 1995 - At 05:46 JST an earthquake measuring a magnitude of 6.9 strikes just 20km from the city of Kobe, Japan. It was caused by the Philippine Sea Plate being pushed below the Eurasian Plate. Although it only lasted around 20 seconds, its proximity to the city resulted in severe damage, with 4,571 people killed and almost 7,000 buildings completely destroyed by resulting fires.  #HistSci  © Natsuko Utsumi / Liaison Agency

17 January 1995 - At 05:46 JST an earthquake measuring a magnitude of 6.9 strikes just 20km from the city of Kobe, Japan. It was caused by the Philippine Sea Plate being pushed below the Eurasian Plate. Although it only lasted around 20 seconds, its proximity to the city resulted in severe damage, with 4,571 people killed and almost 7,000 buildings completely destroyed by resulting fires. #HistSci © Natsuko Utsumi / Liaison Agency

太陽光発電応用研究会~新和工業(株)/次世代高性能蓄電池、家庭菜園向け電気さく

太陽光発電応用研究会~新和工業(株)/次世代高性能蓄電池、家庭菜園向け電気さく

チームIT神戸/アスリートの身体能力計測システム、電子制御機器を用いたムービングライトや各種センサー

チームIT神戸/アスリートの身体能力計測システム、電子制御機器を用いたムービングライトや各種センサー

運河プロジェクト/新製品の開発、共同受注の紹介

運河プロジェクト/新製品の開発、共同受注の紹介

Kickoff symposium held to mark establishment of Kobe University Hanoi Liaison Base (7 September 2015) | Kobe University

Kickoff symposium held to mark establishment of Kobe University Hanoi Liaison Base (7 September 2015) | Kobe University

Kickoff symposium held to mark establishment of Kobe University Hanoi Liaison Base (7 September 2015) | Kobe University

Kickoff symposium held to mark establishment of Kobe University Hanoi Liaison Base (7 September 2015) | Kobe University

24 October 1851: Willem Lassell discovers two additional major moons of Uranus from his home observatory and names them after two characters from Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock. With this discovery the total number of moons orbiting Uranus went up to five, a number that after 1985 would eventually increase to 27. #HistSci  © Time Life Pictures/NASA/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

24 October 1851: Willem Lassell discovers two additional major moons of Uranus from his home observatory and names them after two characters from Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock. With this discovery the total number of moons orbiting Uranus went up to five, a number that after 1985 would eventually increase to 27. #HistSci © Time Life Pictures/NASA/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

10 November 1885 - Gottlieb Daimler takes the first internal combustion motorcycle Reitwagen for a test ride. The motorcycle, essentially an engine attached to a wooden bike, was a key moment in history as it demonstrated that the two could be combined. Although steam-powered bikes existed before, this was the first to be gasoline-driven. #HistSci  © Jacques Boyer/Getty Images

10 November 1885 - Gottlieb Daimler takes the first internal combustion motorcycle Reitwagen for a test ride. The motorcycle, essentially an engine attached to a wooden bike, was a key moment in history as it demonstrated that the two could be combined. Although steam-powered bikes existed before, this was the first to be gasoline-driven. #HistSci © Jacques Boyer/Getty Images

#HistSci #OTD - 25 August 1900  Hans Adolf Krebs is born in Hildesheim, Germany. He is most famous for discovering the complicated sequence of chemical reactions involved in the breakdown of glucose into carbon dioxide and water, happening all the time in every single cell of your body. This steady release of energy keeps you alive and is known as the Krebs cycle.  © Keystone/Getty Images

#HistSci #OTD - 25 August 1900 Hans Adolf Krebs is born in Hildesheim, Germany. He is most famous for discovering the complicated sequence of chemical reactions involved in the breakdown of glucose into carbon dioxide and water, happening all the time in every single cell of your body. This steady release of energy keeps you alive and is known as the Krebs cycle. © Keystone/Getty Images

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