ESP8266 Temperature & Humidity Sensor

https://tttapa.github.io/ESP8266/Chap10%20-%20Simple%20Web%20Server.html https://www.geekstips.com/two-esp8266-communication-talk-each-other/ This page contains a summary of what I have learned whilst trying to build a web-hosted temperature/humidity sensor module using the ESP8266 WiFi microcontroller. At the end of the project, you will end up with a WiFi-controllable Temperature & Humidity sensor, updatable over WiFi, with a webserver hosting your data on your local network using ChartJS. This is all wrapped up in a 3D printed housing model to it to finish it all up.
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Post Translational Modifications of Protein (MSc. Thesis)

Post Translational Modifications of Protein (MSc. Thesis)
For the final part of my MSc. degree in Applied Physics, I had the pleasure to join the conjoint work between the Chirlmin Joo Lab and Cees Dekker Lab. During my 1-year project, I got to experience single-molecule biophysics; a field I had been interested in for a long time. The main topic of my research was single-molecule biophysics. Specifically, we tried to characterize individual proteins using nanopores. This measurement method uses nanometer sized pores (or nanopores) to study protein structure by measuring the blockade current due to the protein passing through the pore as a result of the bias voltage (see cover image).
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How to build a static website with Hugo and host it on Azure Blobs

This is a complete guide on how I made this website. What makes this webpage “special”, is that it’s a static webpage. No server needed, no fancy routing needed, just some static files hosted on a filehosting service. This tutorial is meant for people who have never made a static webpage before, because that was me before I made this post. For reference, you can find the files I used to build this website on my Github Page.
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