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TECHNOLOGY
From Page 1A
boxes, that nature."
In 1992, Risser co-founded
Picometrix - a supplier of opti-
cal receivers and terahertz - with
Steven Williamson, who was a
researcher at the University's Cen-
ter for Ultrafast Optical Science.
Now a subsidiary of Advanced Pho-
tonix, Picometrix developed the
terahertz semiconductor.
With a wavelength between that
of visible light and microwaves,
terahertz waves either pass through
or ricochet off objects and can be
picked up by a sensor that would
vibrate "like a tuning fork," Risser
said. The frequency of the vibration,
he added, would identify the kind of
material hit by the waves.
Risser - who received his MBA
from the University in 1978 - said
he believes that the terahertz tech-
nology could be used in airports in
lieu of current scanning methods.
Recently, the Transporta-
tion Security Administration has
started using full-body scanners,
which allow airport officials to
see through clothing to find con-
cealed weapons, explosives or other
restricted materials.
According to a TSA statement
released in Jan. 3, there will be new

security measures for all United resulting from the new technology
States and international aircrafts because the waves are at a low fre-
flying to the U.S. quency, according to Risser.
"TSA directed the increase use "Terahertz is safe," he said. "It's
of enhanced screening technolo- unlike X-rays that do damage to
gies and mandates threat-based DNA... You get more terahertz out
and random screening for major- of light bulbs than you get from our
ity passengers on U.S. bound terahertz generator."
international flights," the state- But Risser said, despite the tech-
ment said. nology's laboratory success, it could
Risser said he thinks the tera- be one to two years before terahertz
hertz technology will help put con- scanners find their way into airports.
cerns about privacy to rest - while TSA., he said, has agreed to fund pre-
still maintaining a secure environ- liminary work but has not yet agreed
ment for air travel. to fund an airport prototype.
"(Terahertz) allows us to do that "(TSA) would have to decide that
(scanning) without the imaging they would want to deploy some-
concerns, the strip search," Risser thing like this," Risser said. "Right
said. "You can just point it and click now, they just tend to throw more
it, and if any material is picked up people at the problems, rather than
a red light comes on, and then you an advanced sensor."
send in the guy who tackles people." Douglas Laird, president of the
Risser said terahertz technology Nevada-based airline security
is superior to other devices cur- consulting firm Laird & Associ-
rently being employed by the TSA ates, Inc., said Umar Farouk Abdul
because of its ability to detect a Mutallab's failed attempt to blow
variety of dangerous materials. up a Northwest Airlines flight from
"Metal detectors will tell you if Amsterdam to Detroit showed that
you've got metal, and you need to more needs to be done to protect
have a fair amount of it," he said, airline travelers.
adding that they still would not be Laird said though he does not
able to pick up the metal in a belt know the specifics of the terahertz
buckle. "So those aren't very effec- technology, TSA has to implement
tive for plastic explosives or ceram- the full-body scanners that it has
it weapons." at its disposal until terahertz has
In addition, travelers won't have been put through the necessary
to worry about health problems field tests.

DPS officer on unpaid leave

Officer arrested for
cocaine possession,
news outlet reports
By DEVON THORSBY
Daily StaffReporter
A University Department of
Public Safety officer has been
placed on unpaid leave after being
arrested in Ypsilanti for cocaine
possession, according to AnnAr-

bor.com. Lieutenant Monica Yesh, who
DPS spokeswoman Diane heads the Livingston and Washt-
Brown confirmed in an inter- enaw Narcotics Enforcement
view yesterday that an officer was Team, told AnnArbor.com that the
placed on unpaid administrative arrest was made by both Ypsilanti
leave on Jan.14, 2010, pending fur- police as well as LAWNET offi-
ther investigation. cers.
Brown could not comment Brown said if any University
further on the specific case due officer is convicted of a crime, he
to the ongoing investigation, but or she is typicallyterminated.
said DPS policy typically places Yesh told AnnArbor.com no
University officers on leave when charges have been filed yet, but
faced with possible criminal an investigation is still under
charges. way.

SALON
From Page 1A
the waxing process so they know
what to expect.
"Even if you are just waxing
your eyebrows it can be painful,
so we try to be as fast as possible
and make it as fun as we can,"
Wood said.
-At The Wax Loft, Tober and
Wood use all organic products
made locally in Kalamazoo,
Mich. Tober added that they try
to make the salon "as green as
possible."

One product they use is Nufree "I would definitely go to
- a soy-based, antimicrobial, The Loft before spring break,"
non-wax hair-removal system Schwartz said. "It's in a great
that causes less pain, redness and location, and I've heard good
swelling than wax-based treat- reviews so far."
ments. Finipil - an antimicrobial In addition to waxing and
and antibacterial lotion - is used facial services, Tober said they
after Nufree is applied to slow are looking to hire a manicurist
hair growth. in hopes of becoming the go-to
New students, along with loyal beauty haven for students.
customers from their previous "Ultimately, we want The Wax
location, have filled the appoint- Loft to become sort of a home
ment book, Tober and Wood said. away from home for our guests,"
LSA sophomore Samantha Wood said. "We have heard
Schwartz has not yet been to The countless stories of waxings gone
Wax Loft but said she plans to wrong and hope to be a place our
check it out. clients come to know and trust."

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ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Tread carefully when dealing with
partners and close friends today. Don't
react to criticism or negative comments
from others. Possibly, you might be the
one who is critical! (Oops.)
TAURUS
(April 20to May 20)
An authority figure or someone who is
older or more experienced than you
wants to introduce reforms and make a
clean sweep of things at work. You're
not impressed.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Children might be burdensome today.
Romance is just as bleak and disappoint-
ing. Avoid power struggles that will only
make things worse. Run away! Run
away!
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
Avoid difficult discussions with par-
ents and 'older relatives today. People
will be critical and unforgiving. (You
need this like a fish needs a bicycle.)
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Avoid negative thinking today. The
truth is, things look worse today than
they really are. Your glass is not only
half-empty, it's cracked!
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Financial matters look a bit gloomy.
Salaries might disappoint. Expenditures
might be too high. It's hard to make ends
meet. (Things are not as bad as they
seem.)
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Differences and heated debates with
others make you cut yourself off. The
result is that you might feel lonely and
unloved. Of course, this isn't true! You
just feel this way today.

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
It's hard to maintain a positive attitude
today. Don't worry -join the club; we
number in the millions. This is just a
passing dark cloud on your horizon.
Have courage!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
Someone older, perhaps a friend or an
acquaintance, might rain on your parade
today. Don't take this seriously. What
does this person really know about your
life?
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
Authority figures are difficult to deal
with today; therefore, give them a wide
berth! Do not wake the sleeping giant.
Don't ask for permission for anything.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
Travel plans might be disappointing.
Authority figures in medicine, the law
and higher education might discourage
you. Don't take this seriously. It's atem-
porary situation.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
You might be disappointed in your
share of something. Perhaps you think
others are stingy or unfair? (You could
be right.) Wait until another day to
defend yourturf, because today, you lack
the self-confidence and righteous indig-
nation to do a good job.
YOU BORN TODAY You're an inde-
pendent thinker who has ambitious
goals. (You're success-oriented!) People
love your friendly nature because they
know you have a kind, humanitarian
impulse. You're imaginative. You love
novelty and innovation. You know how
to work cooperatively with others. Make
sure you make time this year to study or
learn something valuable. Your rewards
soon will follow!
Birthdate of: Ina Garten, chef; James
Joyce, author; Farah Fawcett, actress.

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