Photos by David M. Templeton
Beauty and Brains. Physics major and Miss Boston contestant Dianna L. Cowern ’11.
Victor Hung ’14, creator of MIT: The Game, launched the Facebook app early this year. Hung dedicated about two hundred hours to its creation.
Members of the police, fire department, and ATF wait on Amherst Alley as the Cambridge Police Bomb Unit disrupted a suspicious material on the 3rd floor of German House in New House midday on Tuesday. The material turned out “to be a collection of harmless materials” according to the News Office.
A worker makes electrical connections to a fireworks shell that has been loaded into its firing tube midday Saturday.
Firing tubes that have not yet been loaded with fireworks shells are seen midday Saturday.
The Leaf’s charging panel, underneath the Nissan badge on the front. SAE-J1772 inlet (right) for everyday AC charging, and JARI/CHAdeMO inlet (left) for high-voltage DC charging.
Battery temperature gauge on left; battery capacity gauge on right. More interesting is the top-center gauge, which fills to the right when energy is being spent by the motor, and to the left when it is being regenerated by braking. A more in-depth analysis of where the power is going can be found on the center console screen.
The 2011 Nissan Leaf hatchback: are we ready to go all-electric?
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