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    By UTokyoADS
    Apr 4, '17 4:34 AM EST

    Staff and students from Obuchi lab had the pleasure of participating in a review at ETH Zurich this March. The visit was an excellent chance for the UTokyo team to learn about the organization and activities at ETH, and an opportunity for researchers at both institutions to exchange views. PhD students and researchers from Obuchi Lab and Gramazio Kohler Research of ETH Zurich conducted a joint presentation at ETH Zurich's newly constructed NCCR facility. Followed by the presentations, UTokyo students and researchers were given a series of demonstrations of robotic applications in digital fabrications.

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    • deborahpetit

      Very interesting point of view! I mean that we need to pay more attention to our rest, as our brain works in such a way that it doesn't perceive the information if you are tired. That's why if you need to make a great essay or prepare the report, don't do it if you are tired. Order it at the professional writing service people kee tho the last tendencies and always in a good mental shape.

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