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We do have space for them as well as the land for them to come and set up, he said adding that TPM will be able to offer such rates due to the model it operates on. According to Shahazman, there is still a shortage of local talents, hence it is vital to create more successful homegrown companies in order for talents to flourish. “We want to create more successes amongst companies. When they are successful, they will be employers. That is the game we are playing. Contributions to the economy will come as more and more companies in TPM are successful,” he said. Some of the companies which have benefited from the programme are upstream oil and gas products designer MIT Technologies Sdn Bhd; energy efficient LED bulb solution provider Callotec Sdn Bhd and GeneNews Diagnostics, a creater of Colonsentry, a colon cancer detector. So far there are 108 incubation centres in the country which are still active out of the initial 132. Eight are dormant and the remaining closed.
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The craft would also serve as a luxury transport for friends and family looking to travel in style. Bringing back the zeppelin Should Brin's airship take off (both figuratively and literally) the design could inspire more aircraft like it, potentially revolutionizing the intensely lucrative cargo industry. Airship designer Igor Pasternak tells The Guardian that buoyant aircraft have the advantage of not needing runways, tracks, or roads to reach their destination, allowing them to deliver massive quantities of goods "from point A to point Z without stopping anywhere in between." Now, zeppelins did have occupy the spotlight over 80 years ago, but technical limitations and disasters like the Hindenburg in 1937 prevented airships from becoming the next major transport vessel. Thankfully, sources say that Brin's airship will be FAA-compliant, meaning that non-flammable helium will be used to lift the high-tech throwback instead of hydrogen.
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It works with existing cars, obtaining new shells from British Motor Heritage (a legitimate form of restoration) then sets out on a long, labour-intensive job of preparing and de-seaming them, refitting as much of the original equipment as is relevant, equipping each car with a 1275cc engine and much, much more. Every car has a redesigned dash that looks right for the car, yet houses niceties like air-con, sat-nav, Bluetooth capability, a starter button, a classy hifi, four dashboard eyeball vents, electric windows and a starter button on the dash. The wonder is that this stuff all fits, without appearing to be squeezed in. Brown and his designer, Mike Sampson, have taken great pains to make sure the interiorleather seats, Alcantara headlininglooks compactly, professionally designed. And it does. Sampson has designed an elegant new grille that splits the difference between an original Mini shape and that of the Speedback.
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Nobody needs our products to go from A to B. What customers love is to bring their own stories into our products, which is why Bespoke is so popular. “Is it the opposite of what others are doing when it comes to mass manufacture? Yes, sure, because Rolls-Royce is all about uniqueness, and about very special objects of art.” Customer experience key Taylor added that the heavy involvement in the development process was part of the appeal for the customer: “He’s got his new car now, but I think he might be thinking ‘when can I do the next one’, because he enjoyed the experience so much. It’s like a Masterchef moment, when you’re in the kitchen learning tricks from the pros. For that moment, he was a car designer.”
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THIS magnificent property has come on the market and is ideal for those people in North Lincolnshire who are currently looking for a family home. The four-bedroom detached house is located on Godnow Road, Crowle, and known as Croft House. It boasts a designer kitchen, two en suite bathrooms and an extensive forecourt driveway with electric gate entry.Moving into the property, the first thing you will notice is the stylish oak main front entrance. MORE: Scunthorpe music festival -...
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Interior designer Sallie Chater has worked hard to create a luxe look without the high-end price tag at her swellegant Bedford semi
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The music city’s reaction to the arena bombing has been emotional and intimate – and Mancunians wouldnt have it any other way Vic Gilmore paused to wipe away a tear from underneath his sunglasses before bending down at the edge of a widening sea of floral tributes in Manchester city centre to place a laminated yellow card that read: “Madchester. Have it”. “They’re just a few words that everyone knows from this city and sort of sum it up for a lot of people, I guess. I’m an old punk and take my inspiration from the mid-70s, but we’re all proud of what came out of this city in the 80s and 90s and it defines who we are,” said the musician and graphic designer. Continue reading...
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We see your glitter tears and barbed wire eyebrows , but if you really want to take beauty into the future, you'll at least consider these LED eyelashes. SEE ALSO: Anonymous found photos explore a century of hairstyles Dubbed F.Lashes , the illuminated eyelashes appear to change display animations depending on how you tilt your head or move your body. The LED eyelashes will come in pink, red, blue, light blue, white, yellow, green, and can be applied using normal eyelash glue, no elaborate cybernetic surgery required. Co-creator and Arduino designer Tien Pham showed the F.Lashes off on Friday. According to Pham, the lights on the LED eyelashes are powered by a tiny 3.3 volt watch battery and last about four hours. He also claims that they hold up well when exposed to sweat and don't emit any noticeable heat. Read more... More about Fashion , Wearables , Hacking , Beauty , and Makeup
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got on over the first two days of competition. Day one, a new West Coast, Ernie Els, the designer of some, was making headlines. He replaced the ball at the 12th.
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THE iPhone 8 release date is expected to hit in early September – but with three months to go, we don't yet have a clear picture of what exactly the next-generation iPhone will look like. Fortunately, one prominent designer has mocked up some promotional photos of the 10th anniversary smartphone based on the latest rumours.
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Dark ebony wood and ‘Dark Spiceleather are complimented by lighter paldao wood and ‘Moccasinleather. The minimalist ethic is taken to the extreme with the dashboard, which ditches everything except for one single physical control – everything else is hidden away to allow the materials to star. [gallery:4] This philosophy is perhaps best embodied in the Sweptail’s clock, which is simply carved into the same ebony veneer as the rest of the dash. The thinness of the veneer allows the numbers to be illuminated through the wood, letting the clock blend seamlessly into the rest of the dash. Behind the two enormous front seats, instead of a rear bench you’ll find an vast expanse of wood, ideal for storing designer suitcases on a trans-continental jolly. Above it sits a storage solution we never knew we needed – a hat shelf. How Rolls-Royce is that? But it gets better.
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A TIMELESS tale of an adorable fawn and his forest pals, or the death of childhood innocence? Either way, and nearly 75 years on, Disney classic Bambi packs as powerful a punch as it ever has. The Walt Disney Company bewitched generations of children and children-at-heart with its pioneering animated film, released in August 1942, about a wide-eyed young deer and his doting mom. But the shocking image of young Bambi curled up next to the doe after she is slain by hunters has become as iconic as any scene in cinema history, credited with opening up taboo conversations about death and helping youngsters cope with bereavement. It also kindled former Beatle Paul McCartney's interest in animal rights and has served as the template for every harrowing Disney death since, from Mufasa in The Lion King to Hiro's brother Tadashi in Big Hero 6. "You're creating a sense of what life was like for these animals in the forest and loss was part of it," production designer Paul Felix told journalists at Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California.
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By all accounts, Melania Trump has come out of her shell on this, her debut trip abroad as first lady of the United States. She has been by her husband's side, but she's also branched out on her own, visiting schools and hospitals, practicing cultural diplomacy, even having an audience with the pope -- revealing her Catholic faith.
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Tottering in a skin-tight silver skirt and purple chiffon blouse that’s slashed so low I worry she might have put it on backwards, Celia Sawyer doesnt look like your average interior designer.
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The craft would also serve as a luxury transport for friends and family looking to travel in style. Bringing back the zeppelin Should Brin's airship take off (both figuratively and literally) the design could inspire more aircraft like it, potentially revolutionizing the intensely lucrative cargo industry. Airship designer Igor Pasternak tells The Guardian that buoyant aircraft have the advantage of not needing runways, tracks, or roads to reach their destination, allowing them to deliver massive quantities of goods "from point A to point Z without stopping anywhere in between." Now, zeppelins did have occupy the spotlight over 80 years ago, but technical limitations and disasters like the Hindenburg in 1937 prevented airships from becoming the next major transport vessel. Thankfully, sources say that Brin's airship will be FAA-compliant, meaning that non-flammable helium will be used to lift the high-tech throwback instead of hydrogen.
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Bella attended an amFAR in France on Thursday night. The 20-year-old wore a barely-there dress and snake-like designer heels with coils that worked their way up her legs.
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The airship would also serve as a luxury transport for friends and family looking to travel in style. Bringing back the zeppelin Should Brin's airship take off (both figuratively and literally) the design could inspire more aircraft like it, potentially revolutionizing the intensely lucrative cargo industry. Airship designer Igor Pasternak tells The Guardian that buoyant aircraft have the advantage of not needing runways, tracks, or roads to reach their destination, allowing them to deliver massive quantities of goods "from point A to point Z without stopping anywhere in between." Now, zeppelins did have a chance in the spotlight over 80 years ago, but technical limitations and high-profile disasters like the Hindenburg crash in 1937 prevented airships from becoming the next big transport vessel. Thankfully, sources say that Brin's airship will be FAA-compliant, meaning that non-flammable helium will be used to lift the high-tech throwback instead of hydrogen.