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High-efficiency surface plasmon meta-couplers: concept and microwave-regime realizations - Nature.com

Figure 4a shows the normalized angular distributions of the scattered FF waves at two typical frequencies. Although the scattering was very strong dominated by specular reflection at a frequency of f = 8.2 GHz (outside the working frequency band of our ...

Effectiveness of acupuncture and related therapies for palliative care of cancer: overview of systematic reviews - Nature.com

Only five (21.7%) provided an a priori design to the SRs (AMSTAR Item 1). Although all of the SRs provided references to the included studies, only six (26.1%) provided lists of both included and excluded studies (AMSTAR Item 5). None of the SRs stated ...

When Today's Hulk And Tom Strong Got Meta In Very Similar Ways (UPDATE: Now FF Joins In) - Bleeding Cool News

That's a scene from today's Guardians Of The Galaxy. More on that later. But it's another of the timequake scenes kicked off by the end of Age Of Ultron. So, you know, stuff is up. And it's in that context that Incredible Hulk gets involved with ...

Why Did Medium Choose FF Tisa Web Pro As The Font For Posts? - Forbes

FF Tisa Web Pro accommodates a wider spectrum of article types while minimizing, more than its predecessor, the conflict of its presentation with the context of the article. FF Tisa Web Pro was actually used before FF Meta Serif as we grew Medium ...

FF Meta is a humanist sans-serif typeface family designed by Erik Spiekermann and released in 1991 through his FontFont library. According to Spiekermann, FF Meta was intended to be a "complete antithesis of Helvetica", which he found "boring and bland". It originated from an unused commission for the Deutsche Bundespost . Throughout the 1990s, FF Meta was embraced by the international design community with Spiekermann and E. M. Ginger writing that it had been dubiously praised as the Helvetica of the 1990s.

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Category Sans-serif
Classification Humanist sans-serif
Designer(s) Erik Spiekermann
Foundry FontFont

FF Meta is a humanist sans-serif typeface family designed by Erik Spiekermann and released in 1991 through his FontFont library. According to Spiekermann, FF Meta was intended to be a "complete antithesis of Helvetica", which he found "boring and bland". It originated from an unused commission for the Deutsche Bundespost (West German Post Office). Throughout the 1990s, FF Meta was embraced by the international design community with Spiekermann and E. M. Ginger writing that it had been dubiously praised as the Helvetica of the 1990s.

FF Meta has been adopted by numerous corporations and other organizations as a corporate typeface, for signage or in their logo. These include Imperial College London, The Weather Channel, Free Tibet, Herman Miller, Zimmer Holdings, Mozilla Corporation, Mozilla Foundation, and Fort Wayne International Airport. The University of Hull uses FF Meta Serif alongside FF Meta.

Donald Trump used FF Meta initially as his primary campaign typeface before choosing Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate. After Pence was chosen, Trump switched to Montserrat, a free typeface that is part of the Google Fonts library.