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2014/04/17 20:34
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HOUSTON (AP) People with prosthetic hands have to handle everything with care. When picking up a delicate egg, they can't instinctively modulate how hard they're gripping it. When placing a glass on...
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2014/04/17 19:30
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When Jack Andraka was 13, a close family friend, who was “like an uncle” to him, passed away from pancreatic cancer. In his sadness and confusion (“I didn’t even know what pancreas was”), he turned to...
2014/04/17 11:12
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ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia State University officials say the school has appointed its first chief innovation officer. In a statement, GSU officials said former vice president for innovation and new...
2014/04/16 14:48
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... trips by shuttle. �Events like One Spark support transportation in our communities and enhance the vitality of Jacksonville,� said authority CEO Nathaniel Ford Sr. Transportation...
2014/04/15 15:40
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... by the National Science Foundation. The recently released NSF Higher Education Research and Development Survey for Fiscal Year 2012 places the university at 92nd overall among public and...
2014/04/15 02:56
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THE CANDIDATES Dr. Martin Abraham, dean of the YSU STEM College. Tony Atwater, a professor of mass communications and journalism at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Va. Christopher Brown, a...
2014/04/15 01:43
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LONGVIEW - LeTourneau University engineering students won first place in robotics and in circuit design competition at the IEEE Region Five Robotics Competition recently in Corpus Christi, Texas....
2014/04/14 15:40
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Researchers at the University of Kansas School of Engineering are working on a new way to identify in advance whether a chemical could be toxic. Jun "Luke" Huan, associate professor of electrical...
2014/04/14 13:39
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... it comes to nanomedicine, smaller is—surprisingly—not always better. UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science researchers have determined that the diminutive size of...
2014/04/14 09:00
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April 12, 2014 George E. Puhak III, 50, of Hazleton died Saturday evening at his residence. He was born in Hazleton, son of the late George E. Puhak Jr. and Elizabeth (Hirko) Puhak. He was a member...
2014/04/14 06:27
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Surf lifesavers, police, fire fighters and rescue workers across Australia and around the world could benefit from new unmanned surveillance technology developed in Brisbane, after the signing of an...
2014/04/13 23:09
2014/04/13 23:09
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A faded piece of papyrus unveiled in 2012 by a Harvard Divinity School historian, Prof Karen L. King, is back in the news. It caused controversy when it was named “The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” because...
2014/04/13 17:39
2014/04/13 17:39
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The sponginess of the environment where human embryonic stem cells are growing affects the type of specialized cells they eventually become, a University of Michigan study shows. This research is the...
2014/04/13 08:00
2014/04/13 08:00
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Adult learners from five local colleges were recognized on March 25 at the 21st annual Outstanding Adult Learners Awards Ceremony sponsored by the Luzerne County Council on Adult Higher...
2014/04/12 13:38
2014/04/12 13:38
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When Wil Hall graduates from Johnson & Wales University’s School of Engineering & Design in May, he has a job waiting at Modo Labs he’ll be familiar with – he is already interning in the position part...
2014/04/11 19:39
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Heartbleed cybersecurity problem began on New Year’s Eve 2011, about an hour before the stroke of midnight on a Saturday, when a British computer consultant in Staffordshire posted a new version...
2014/04/10 15:18
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... capabilities has never been greater, as companies, particularly in medical technology and life sciences, continue to develop breakthrough innovations and seek access to the public...
2014/04/10 12:39
2014/04/10 12:39
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University's Yonggang Huang has developed a flexible medical implant that harvests the energy of the beating heart. Such a device could power pacemakers, defibrillators and heart-rate monitors...
2014/04/08 15:17
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Groundbreaking Optical Device Could Enhance Optical Information Processing, Computers Newswise — At St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, a section of the dome called the Whispering Gallery makes a whisper...
2014/04/08 06:30
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When El Hadji Sall left Senegal as a young man to study electrical engineering at Howard University in Washington, DC, he planned to return home upon graduation. Thirty years later Mr Sall is still...
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