SEATTLE, WA – NOVEMBER 27: Washington State Cougars head coach Mike Leach watches play from the sideline during a football game against the Washington Huskies at Husky Stadium on November 27, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. The Huskies won the game 45-10. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)A star college football quarterback had a bold message for his team’s fan base at his bowl game pep rally this evening.Washington State is set to face Iowa State in the Alamo Bowl on Friday night.The bowl destination was a bit disappointing for the Cougars, who are ranked No. 13 in the country following a two-loss regular season.Washington State’s star quarterback, Gardner Minshew, is making the best of the trip, though.Minshew got his fans fired up with a message at tonight’s bowl game pep rally.“We may have lost two games this year, but we’ve never lost a party,” he said.“We may have lost two games this year, but we’ve never lost a party.”- @GardnerMinshew5.Legend. What else can I say. Legend. pic.twitter.com/0Rj0oxMH2s— Brenna Greene (@BrennaGreene_) December 26, 2018Washington State and Iowa State are set to kick off at 9 p.m. E.T. on Friday night.The game will be on ESPN.
Thermo Scientific says it has the largest installed base of hand-held XRF spectrometers in Africa, used in mineral exploration and for other tasks. These units can be used for early stage exploration: soil survey and outcrop evaluation and advanced exploration and drilling: trend analysis to identify decreasing or increasing pattern of elements of interest to make “continue” or “stop” drilling decisions onsite. They can also assist with ore deposit modelling/mapping.The Niton XL3t XRF analyser offers features engineered to improve productivity and profitability:High sensitivity and measurement accuracyFlip-up, color, touch-screen displayErgonomic designEasy-to-use software50 kV x-ray tube provides approximately twice the x-ray flux of a 40 kV x-ray tubeHotfoot hot surface adaptor allows testing in petrochemical refineries up to (450°C).The Mining Indaba is at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, February 5-8. International Mining will be there.