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Benjamin Thomas said : "Mosquitoes remain the deadliest animal on Earth by far," "Unfortunately, our current methods for tracking and gathering data about them typically cost a great deal in terms of time and resources, so we have lacked a lot of entomological data about many species and their female populations, which are typically transmitters of diseases" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Once our instrument is deployed in the field, we could ideally collect data through an internet connection over the course of a few days," "This could provide us with a huge amount of information about mosquitoes and other insects in the environment. In the long term, future studies could even tell us about how a given population's spatial distribution is evolving as a result of climate change" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "In cases like the Zika outbreak, we were mostly following its spread by following reports of illness, always leaving us one step behind the mosquitoes transmitting the virus," "We have been developing a new optical instrument capable of scanning the environment and measuring hundreds of insects per hour in real time. This could give us a better method of gathering large-scale entomological data while helping us track specific species that we know are dangerous in response to an outbreak" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Our laser system now incorporates two different infrared wavelengths within the same optical path, so depending on if a species is brown, black or striped, it will affect the strength of the signal coming back from one of the two channels differently," "We have also begun measuring how the light is polarized to better understand surface and shape of insects. For instance, just by measuring the polarization of light coming back to us, we can now tell whether the mosquitoes are carrying eggs or not" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas explained : "In our lab, the mosquitoes are placed in a tube enclosure and will transit through our instrument's laser path, and based on their wing movement, they'll produce a specific signature of light that reflects back toward the instrument," "That backscattering of light holds the information that we need to identify whatever crosses the beam ... whether it is a bee, a housefly, a male mosquito or female mosquito. Alongside our laser, we have a telescope that collects all this light and we can analyze that data in real time" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Mosquitoes remain the deadliest animal on Earth by far," "Unfortunately, our current methods for tracking and gathering data about them typically cost a great deal in terms of time and resources, so we have lacked a lot of entomological data about many species and their female populations, which are typically transmitters of diseases" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Once our instrument is deployed in the field, we could ideally collect data through an internet connection over the course of a few days," "This could provide us with a huge amount of information about mosquitoes and other insects in the environment. In the long term, future studies could even tell us about how a given population's spatial distribution is evolving as a result of climate change" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "In cases like the Zika outbreak, we were mostly following its spread by following reports of illness, always leaving us one step behind the mosquitoes transmitting the virus," "We have been developing a new optical instrument capable of scanning the environment and measuring hundreds of insects per hour in real time. This could give us a better method of gathering large-scale entomological data while helping us track specific species that we know are dangerous in response to an outbreak" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Our laser system now incorporates two different infrared wavelengths within the same optical path, so depending on if a species is brown, black or striped, it will affect the strength of the signal coming back from one of the two channels differently," "We have also begun measuring how the light is polarized to better understand surface and shape of insects. For instance, just by measuring the polarization of light coming back to us, we can now tell whether the mosquitoes are carrying eggs or not" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas explained : "In our lab, the mosquitoes are placed in a tube enclosure and will transit through our instrument's laser path, and based on their wing movement, they'll produce a specific signature of light that reflects back toward the instrument," "That backscattering of light holds the information that we need to identify whatever crosses the beam ... whether it is a bee, a housefly, a male mosquito or female mosquito. Alongside our laser, we have a telescope that collects all this light and we can analyze that data in real time" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Mosquitoes remain the deadliest animal on Earth by far," "Unfortunately, our current methods for tracking and gathering data about them typically cost a great deal in terms of time and resources, so we have lacked a lot of entomological data about many species and their female populations, which are typically transmitters of diseases" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Once our instrument is deployed in the field, we could ideally collect data through an internet connection over the course of a few days," "This could provide us with a huge amount of information about mosquitoes and other insects in the environment. In the long term, future studies could even tell us about how a given population's spatial distribution is evolving as a result of climate change" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "In cases like the Zika outbreak, we were mostly following its spread by following reports of illness, always leaving us one step behind the mosquitoes transmitting the virus," "We have been developing a new optical instrument capable of scanning the environment and measuring hundreds of insects per hour in real time. This could give us a better method of gathering large-scale entomological data while helping us track specific species that we know are dangerous in response to an outbreak" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Our laser system now incorporates two different infrared wavelengths within the same optical path, so depending on if a species is brown, black or striped, it will affect the strength of the signal coming back from one of the two channels differently," "We have also begun measuring how the light is polarized to better understand surface and shape of insects. For instance, just by measuring the polarization of light coming back to us, we can now tell whether the mosquitoes are carrying eggs or not" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas explained : "In our lab, the mosquitoes are placed in a tube enclosure and will transit through our instrument's laser path, and based on their wing movement, they'll produce a specific signature of light that reflects back toward the instrument," "That backscattering of light holds the information that we need to identify whatever crosses the beam ... whether it is a bee, a housefly, a male mosquito or female mosquito. Alongside our laser, we have a telescope that collects all this light and we can analyze that data in real time" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas reports ( about Dylann Roof ) : “in the spirit of Dylann Roof,” External link

CBSnews Thursday, February 16, 2017 11:42:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas estime : “à moyen terme, certaines seront remplacées par des bots, en particulier toutes les applications qui délivrent un service très occasionnel” External link

lenouveleconomiste Thursday, September 29, 2016 10:17:00 AM EAT



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Benjamin Thomas

Last updated on 2017-09-01T23:05+0300.

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Benjamin Thomas said : "Mosquitoes remain the deadliest animal on Earth by far," "Unfortunately, our current methods for tracking and gathering data about them typically cost a great deal in terms of time and resources, so we have lacked a lot of entomological data about many species and their female populations, which are typically transmitters of diseases" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Once our instrument is deployed in the field, we could ideally collect data through an internet connection over the course of a few days," "This could provide us with a huge amount of information about mosquitoes and other insects in the environment. In the long term, future studies could even tell us about how a given population's spatial distribution is evolving as a result of climate change" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "In cases like the Zika outbreak, we were mostly following its spread by following reports of illness, always leaving us one step behind the mosquitoes transmitting the virus," "We have been developing a new optical instrument capable of scanning the environment and measuring hundreds of insects per hour in real time. This could give us a better method of gathering large-scale entomological data while helping us track specific species that we know are dangerous in response to an outbreak" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Our laser system now incorporates two different infrared wavelengths within the same optical path, so depending on if a species is brown, black or striped, it will affect the strength of the signal coming back from one of the two channels differently," "We have also begun measuring how the light is polarized to better understand surface and shape of insects. For instance, just by measuring the polarization of light coming back to us, we can now tell whether the mosquitoes are carrying eggs or not" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas explained : "In our lab, the mosquitoes are placed in a tube enclosure and will transit through our instrument's laser path, and based on their wing movement, they'll produce a specific signature of light that reflects back toward the instrument," "That backscattering of light holds the information that we need to identify whatever crosses the beam ... whether it is a bee, a housefly, a male mosquito or female mosquito. Alongside our laser, we have a telescope that collects all this light and we can analyze that data in real time" External link

sciencedaily Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:47:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Mosquitoes remain the deadliest animal on Earth by far," "Unfortunately, our current methods for tracking and gathering data about them typically cost a great deal in terms of time and resources, so we have lacked a lot of entomological data about many species and their female populations, which are typically transmitters of diseases" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Once our instrument is deployed in the field, we could ideally collect data through an internet connection over the course of a few days," "This could provide us with a huge amount of information about mosquitoes and other insects in the environment. In the long term, future studies could even tell us about how a given population's spatial distribution is evolving as a result of climate change" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "In cases like the Zika outbreak, we were mostly following its spread by following reports of illness, always leaving us one step behind the mosquitoes transmitting the virus," "We have been developing a new optical instrument capable of scanning the environment and measuring hundreds of insects per hour in real time. This could give us a better method of gathering large-scale entomological data while helping us track specific species that we know are dangerous in response to an outbreak" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Our laser system now incorporates two different infrared wavelengths within the same optical path, so depending on if a species is brown, black or striped, it will affect the strength of the signal coming back from one of the two channels differently," "We have also begun measuring how the light is polarized to better understand surface and shape of insects. For instance, just by measuring the polarization of light coming back to us, we can now tell whether the mosquitoes are carrying eggs or not" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas explained : "In our lab, the mosquitoes are placed in a tube enclosure and will transit through our instrument's laser path, and based on their wing movement, they'll produce a specific signature of light that reflects back toward the instrument," "That backscattering of light holds the information that we need to identify whatever crosses the beam ... whether it is a bee, a housefly, a male mosquito or female mosquito. Alongside our laser, we have a telescope that collects all this light and we can analyze that data in real time" External link

phys Thursday, December 13, 2018 7:25:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Mosquitoes remain the deadliest animal on Earth by far," "Unfortunately, our current methods for tracking and gathering data about them typically cost a great deal in terms of time and resources, so we have lacked a lot of entomological data about many species and their female populations, which are typically transmitters of diseases" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Once our instrument is deployed in the field, we could ideally collect data through an internet connection over the course of a few days," "This could provide us with a huge amount of information about mosquitoes and other insects in the environment. In the long term, future studies could even tell us about how a given population's spatial distribution is evolving as a result of climate change" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "In cases like the Zika outbreak, we were mostly following its spread by following reports of illness, always leaving us one step behind the mosquitoes transmitting the virus," "We have been developing a new optical instrument capable of scanning the environment and measuring hundreds of insects per hour in real time. This could give us a better method of gathering large-scale entomological data while helping us track specific species that we know are dangerous in response to an outbreak" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas said : "Our laser system now incorporates two different infrared wavelengths within the same optical path, so depending on if a species is brown, black or striped, it will affect the strength of the signal coming back from one of the two channels differently," "We have also begun measuring how the light is polarized to better understand surface and shape of insects. For instance, just by measuring the polarization of light coming back to us, we can now tell whether the mosquitoes are carrying eggs or not" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas explained : "In our lab, the mosquitoes are placed in a tube enclosure and will transit through our instrument's laser path, and based on their wing movement, they'll produce a specific signature of light that reflects back toward the instrument," "That backscattering of light holds the information that we need to identify whatever crosses the beam ... whether it is a bee, a housefly, a male mosquito or female mosquito. Alongside our laser, we have a telescope that collects all this light and we can analyze that data in real time" External link

eurekalert Thursday, December 13, 2018 6:54:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas reports ( about Dylann Roof ) : “in the spirit of Dylann Roof,” External link

CBSnews Thursday, February 16, 2017 11:42:00 PM EAT

Benjamin Thomas estime : “à moyen terme, certaines seront remplacées par des bots, en particulier toutes les applications qui délivrent un service très occasionnel” External link

lenouveleconomiste Thursday, September 29, 2016 10:17:00 AM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
rapist13.33%EN08/25/201725/08/2017
jeune20.00%FR04/16/201716/04/2017
consultant6.67%FR09/29/201629/09/2016
rouleur6.67%FR07/30/201630/07/2016
barber33.33%EN06/11/201611/06/2016
organisateur20.00%FR12/24/201224/12/2012
Names Lang Count
Benjamin ThomasFR43.44%
Benjamin ThomasEN31.97%
Benjamin ThomasPT12.30%
Benjamin ThomasSV9.84%
Benjamin THOMASEN1.64%
Benjamin THOMASFR0.82%


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