Rolex Learning Center

The Rolex Learning Centre is the campus hub and library for the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, in Lausanne, Switzerland. Designed by the winners of 2010 Pritzker Prize, Japanese-duo SANAA, it opened on 22 February 2010. Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, partners of the Tokyo-based design firm SANAA, were selected as the lead architects in EPFL's international competition in December 2004; the team was selected among famous architects, including Pritzker Prize Laureates such as Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Jean Nouvel, Herzog & de Meuron, Ábalos & Herreros and Xaveer De Geyter. The construction took place between 2007 and 2009, it cost 110 million Swiss francs and was funded by the Swiss government as well as by private sponsors, Logitech, Bouygues Construction, Crédit Suisse, Nestlé, Novartis and SICPA. The building opened on 22 February 2010 and was inaugurated on 27 May 2010; the main library, containing 500,000 printed works, is one of the largest scientific collections in Europe.

Multimedia library – 500,000 volumes Student workspaces – 860 seats Multipurpose hall "Forum Rolex" – 600 seats Café and bar – 53 seats + exterior Food court – 128 seats + exterior Restaurant – 80 seats Career Centre Library staff office EPFL Precious Book Collection Student Association Office Alumni department Research Laboratory for Computer-Human Interaction in Learning and Instruction Centre for Digital Education - CEDE Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes Crédit suisse bank Bookshop "La Fontaine" Parking On 2 April 2015, the press conference of Federica Mogherini and Mohammad Javad Zarif following the negotiations of the ministers of foreign affairs of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, the European Union and Iran for a Comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear programme was held in the Learning Centre. Part of the 2014 film Love Is the Perfect Crime. Cantonal and University Library of Lausanne Lausanne campus Official website EPFL Library Learning Centre construction blog Photo documentation of the construction EPFL Learning Centre on YouTube

Renewable energy in Thailand

Renewable energy in Thailand is a sector, developing in Thailand. With its current rate of carbon emissions, Thailand must follow suit from its neighbors by cutting emissions down through the use of renewable energy. Several policies, such as the Eleventh Plan, set goals for renewable energy, such as biofuel implementation, in order to reduce the reliance of nonrenewable energy. For example, the use of biofuel can provide many benefits, such as reducing carbon emissions and reducing reliance on imported fuel; some of the major renewable energy sources would be wind power, solar power, biofuel. Total Renewable Energy Installed Capacity Solar power in Thailand has been expanding since in 2011. Thailand was targeted to reach 55 MW by 2011. Wind power in Thailand amounts to an installed production capacity of 223 MW as of the end of 2013. Installed capacity was 112 MW by the end of 2012, with 111 MW added in 2013; this ranks Thailand 34th in the world by installed capacity. Energy in Thailand Solar power in Thailand Wind power in Thailand Hydroelectricity in Thailand Renewable energy by country Media related to Renewable energy in Thailand at Wikimedia Commons Thai Solar Energy Company

Conus bruuni

Conus bruuni is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies. These snails are venomous, they are capable of "stinging" humans, therefore live ones should be handled or not at all. The size of the shell varies between 61 mm; this marine species occurs off New Zealand and off New Caledonia. Tucker J. K. & Tenorio M. J. Systematic classification of Recent and fossil conoidean gastropods. Hackenheim: Conchbooks. 296 pp. Puillandre N. Duda T. F. Meyer C. Olivera B. M. & Bouchet P.. One, four or 100 genera? A new classification of the cone snails. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 81: 1-23 The Conus Biodiversity website Cone Shells - Knights of the Sea "Afonsoconus bruuni". Retrieved 15 January 2019