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The Dalles Chronicle
Sonrise takes a page out of historythe day in Salem Monday serving legislators as honorary pages. “I think it’s i
Sonrise takes a page out of history
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 56 minutes ago
the day in Salem Monday serving legislators as honorary pages. “I think it’s important for people to be involved in voting and government,” said Darlien France, office manager and board member at Sonrise, who organized the visit to the state... Read more
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WTRF Wheeling
Students of many disciplines invent, build fashion creationsPITTSBURGH (AP) - If you can design a building, why not design fashion? "There
Students of many disciplines invent, build fashion creations
WTRF Wheeling / Posted 7 hours ago
PITTSBURGH (AP) - If you can design a building, why not design fashion? "There are a lot of similarities to designing a garment and architecture, including the structure of the clothing," says Noopur Suckhlecha, a fourth-year Carnegie Mellon... Read more
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TribLIVE
Carnegie Mellon students of many disciplines invent, build Lunar Gala’s fashion creationsCarnegie Mellon students of many disciplines invent, build Lunar Gala's fashion
Carnegie Mellon students of many disciplines invent, build Lunar Gala’s fashion creations
TribLIVE / Posted 22 hours ago
Carnegie Mellon students of many disciplines invent, build Lunar Gala's fashion creations | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Carnegie Mellon students of many disciplines invent, build Lunar Gala's fashion creations If you can design a building, why not... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Engineer your future with this wide range of college coursesStaying in education until you are 18 doesn’t have to mean staying on at your c
Engineer your future with this wide range of college courses
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
Staying in education until you are 18 doesn’t have to mean staying on at your current school and studying traditional subjects so you can progress to university. You also have the option of studying diplomas and BTEC qualifications at college which... Read more
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Wired News
Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World. Now Watch Him Do the Same With AIA couple of years ago, Andy Rubin—the celebrated creator of Android and until r
Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World. Now Watch Him Do the Same With AI
Wired News / Posted yesterday
A couple of years ago, Andy Rubin—the celebrated creator of Android and until recently the head of Google’s mobile Internet efforts—helped his wife, Rie, build a bakery in a decommissioned train station in Los Altos, California. They called it... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in techSAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americ
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in tech
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americans make up a tiny fraction of the overwhelmingly white and Asian male workforces of major technology companies, the ranks of aspiring entrepreneurs and venture... Read more
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First Coast News
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in techSAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americ
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in tech
First Coast News / Posted 2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americans make up a tiny fraction of the overwhelmingly white and Asian male workforces of major technology companies, the ranks of aspiring entrepreneurs and venture... Read more
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KTVB Boise
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in techSAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americ
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in tech
KTVB Boise / Posted 2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americans make up a tiny fraction of the overwhelmingly white and Asian male workforces of major technology companies, the ranks of aspiring entrepreneurs and venture... Read more
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Boston Globe
John Wyatt, 69; MIT professor cofounded Boston Retinal Implant ProjectMore than a decade after he started teaching electrical engineering at the Mass
John Wyatt, 69; MIT professor cofounded Boston Retinal Implant Project
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
More than a decade after he started teaching electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, John Wyatt stepped into a classroom as a student, rather than as a professor. He had been there before, having graduated from MIT, but... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in techSAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americ
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in tech
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americans make up a tiny fraction of the overwhelmingly white and Asian male workforces of major technology companies, the ranks of aspiring entrepreneurs and venture... Read more
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USA Today
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in techSAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americ
13 leaders aiming to increase African Americans in tech
USA Today / Posted 2 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO — In Silicon Valley, they call it the 2% problem. African Americans make up a tiny fraction of the overwhelmingly white and Asian male workforces of major technology companies, the ranks of aspiring entrepreneurs and venture... Read more
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The Hill
Why TPP isn’t the real problem for American jobsWith a final deal reached on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), prepare for a
Why TPP isn’t the real problem for American jobs
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
With a final deal reached on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), prepare for another cacophony of protest in Congress that America is signing away jobs to other parts of the world. The naysayers will be overlooking one small fact. Even without trade... Read more
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Minda News
THAT WE MAY REMEMBER: February 7, 1974: The Jolo-caust[This piece is a combination of chapters 19, 20 and 21 of “Bugs & Bytes in bigg
THAT WE MAY REMEMBER: February 7, 1974: The Jolo-caust
Minda News / Posted 2 days ago
[This piece is a combination of chapters 19, 20 and 21 of “Bugs & Bytes in bigger print” published in 1999 by Said Sadain, Jr. editor of www.bugsnbytes.com. This piece was reprinted, with permission from the author, on 7 February 2004, the 30th... Read more
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The Seattle Times
College can make a huge difference in ex-prisoners’ livesThe Post-Prison Education Program has had some spectacular successes working wi
College can make a huge difference in ex-prisoners’ lives
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 days ago
The Post-Prison Education Program has had some spectacular successes working with people coming out of prison over the past decade. But just as impressive are the ex-prisoners who achieve the kinds of positive lives others take for granted. Violent... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Collegiate achievements of area residents: Feb. 7, 2016Salina DeCicco of Kingston was named to the president’s list at the University
Collegiate achievements of area residents: Feb. 7, 2016
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 3 days ago
Salina DeCicco of Kingston was named to the president’s list at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut for the fall semester with a 4.0 grade point average. Students earn president’s list status by achieving a grade point average of 3.7 or... Read more
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TribLIVE
Carnegie Mellon University to expand enrollment in business, computer science programs | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Carnegie Mellon University will add 45 seats in...
Carnegie Mellon University to expand enrollment in business, computer science programs
TribLIVE / Posted 3 days ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods Carnegie Mellon University will add 45 seats in... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
Classified February 4, 2016newest Barbershop is looking for licensed Barbers to fill its Brand new Locatio
Classified February 4, 2016
The Birmingham Times / Posted 6 days ago
newest Barbershop is looking for licensed Barbers to fill its Brand new Location in Forestdale area. Please Contact Jimmy at (205) 215-0057 BT... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Tech signs 29 athletes to join football programTech's incoming class includes 15 offensive players, 12 defensive players and t
Tech signs 29 athletes to join football program
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Tech's incoming class includes 15 offensive players, 12 defensive players and two listed as athletes. Of the 29 student-athletes, there are 21 from Michigan (including four from the Upper Peninsula) and eight from Wisconsin. "Our staff did a great... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Chapman University professor to speak at 32nd annual Friedman Lecture at Marietta College Published: February 3, 2016 5:30 PM MARIETTA — Vernon Smith, professor of eco
Chapman University professor to speak at 32nd annual Friedman Lecture at Marietta College
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 7 days ago
Published: February 3, 2016 5:30 PM MARIETTA — Vernon Smith, professor of economics at the Chapman University in Orange, Calif., is scheduled to deliver the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researcher developing portable method to detect tainted medicines and supplementsSoumyajit Mandal, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer sc
Researcher developing portable method to detect tainted medicines and supplements
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
Soumyajit Mandal, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Case Western Reserve University, inserts a bottle of pills into his authentication prototype. Credit: Case Western Reserve University Fake or low-quality... Read more
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TribLIVE
Veteran stayed sharp with engineering, hobbies | TribLIVE.com Neighborhoods Robert J. Simcic of Forest Hills Robert Simc
Veteran stayed sharp with engineering, hobbies
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
| TribLIVE.com Neighborhoods Robert J. Simcic of Forest Hills Robert Simcic left high school midway through his senior year to serve in the Marine Corps... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Re-3 School Board to hear new middle school updateThe Re-3 School Board will hear two presentations related to the new middle sch
Re-3 School Board to hear new middle school update
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 9 days ago
The Re-3 School Board will hear two presentations related to the new middle school at tonight's regular meeting at 7 at the District Support Center. The first one will be a construction update from Dan Spykstra, owner's representative from Wember.... Read more
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The Age
Education news in briefyoung medical researchers the chance to work with parliamentarians. Photo: Mich
Education news in brief
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
young medical researchers the chance to work with parliamentarians. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Interns to mix science and politics A novel internship project will take postgraduate medical researchers out of the lab and into the offices of... Read more
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Science Daily
Let them see you sweat: What new wearable sensors can reveal from perspirationSpecifically, it is for a flexible sensor system that can measure metabolites a
Let them see you sweat: What new wearable sensors can reveal from perspiration
Science Daily / Posted 10 days ago
Specifically, it is for a flexible sensor system that can measure metabolites and electrolytes in sweat, calibrate the data based upon skin temperature and sync the results in real time to a smartphone. While health monitors have exploded onto the... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
NHS grad part of UM business programCOLUMBIA — A Neosho High School graduate is among 18 students from the Universi
NHS grad part of UM business program
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
COLUMBIA — A Neosho High School graduate is among 18 students from the University of Missouri’s four campuses to participate in the UM System Entrepreneurial Scholars and Interns (ESI) Program. Posted Jan. 30, 2016 at 9:59 PM COLUMBIA — A Neosho... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Collegiate achievements of area residents: Jan. 31, 2016(pic) Alyssandra M. Steedle of Lake Katrine received her bachelor of science de
Collegiate achievements of area residents: Jan. 31, 2016
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 10 days ago
(pic) Alyssandra M. Steedle of Lake Katrine received her bachelor of science degree in marine operations, with a minor in intermodule and maritime security, from the State University of New York Maritime College in the Bronx on Jan. 29. Having... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New computational techniques could help researchers to pinpoint anatomical source of seizuresFor the third of all epilepsy patients who don't respond to medication, an alte
New computational techniques could help researchers to pinpoint anatomical source of seizures
News-Medical-Net / Posted 12 days ago
For the third of all epilepsy patients who don't respond to medication, an alternative is to locate the small cluster of neurons that act as the seed of a seizure's aberrant electrical activity and surgically remove it. Unfortunately, such surgeries... Read more
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Air Force Times
The truth behind 'The X-Files' Pentagon conspiracythe show’s recent season opener, in which Joel McHale played a conspiracy theor
The truth behind 'The X-Files' Pentagon conspiracy
Air Force Times / Posted 13 days ago
the show’s recent season opener, in which Joel McHale played a conspiracy theorist who sounded an awful lot like Alex Jones of Infowars fame. During Sunday's episode, McHale’s character alleged that a shady group of global elites are trying to keep... Read more
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PhysOrg
Reconfigurable origami tubes could find antenna, microfluidic usesThis illustration shows six different configurations that can be produced from
Reconfigurable origami tubes could find antenna, microfluidic uses
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
This illustration shows six different configurations that can be produced from a single tube through the redeployment of certain folds. Credit: Evgueni Filipov, Glaucio Paulino, and Tomohiro Tachi. Origami, the ancient art of paper folding, may soon... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years agoThe Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, ge
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years ago
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
The Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, gender, geography, background and religion. Here are their stories: Francis R. (Dick) Scobee Scobee was born May 19, 1939, in Cle Elum, Washington. After high school, he... Read more
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PhysOrg
Systematically searching DNA for regulatory elements indicates limits of previous thinking“Science is always subject to a set of assumptions,” David Gifford says. “What
Systematically searching DNA for regulatory elements indicates limits of previous thinking
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
“Science is always subject to a set of assumptions,” David Gifford says. “What this whole study demonstrates, in my opinion, is that it’s important to think carefully about our assumptions.” All the tissues in the human body are made from proteins,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Home-Schooling Private and PersonalMost people think that public and private schools are the best options for thei
Home-Schooling Private and Personal
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
Most people think that public and private schools are the best options for their children. But what they sometimes do not realise is that some children struggle to comprehend the curriculum, until their results come out and their marks are... Read more
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BC Local News
THE SCENEalex.browne@peacearchnews.com An iconic rock n' roll figure will be saluted at
THE SCENE
BC Local News / Posted 14 days ago
alex.browne@peacearchnews.com An iconic rock n' roll figure will be saluted at Blue Frog Studios, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Jan. 28 when music veteran Mike Demers leads his company in The Lonely – A Tribute To Roy Orbison. Presented by Rock.It Boy... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years agoThe Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, ge
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years ago
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 14 days ago
The Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, gender, geography, background and religion. Here are their stories: Francis R. (Dick) Scobee Scobee was born May 19, 1939, in Cle Elum, Washington. After high school, he... Read more
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PhysOrg
Let them see you sweat: What new wearable sensors can reveal from perspirationWearable sensors measure skin temperature in addition to glucose, lactate, sodi
Let them see you sweat: What new wearable sensors can reveal from perspiration
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
Wearable sensors measure skin temperature in addition to glucose, lactate, sodium and potassium in sweat. Integrated circuits analyze the data and transmit the information wirelessly to a mobile phone. Credit: Der-Hsien Lien and Hiroki Ota, UC... Read more
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Peace Arch News
THE SCENEalex.browne@peacearchnews.com An iconic rock n' roll figure will be saluted at
THE SCENE
Peace Arch News / Posted 14 days ago
alex.browne@peacearchnews.com An iconic rock n' roll figure will be saluted at Blue Frog Studios, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., Jan. 28 when music veteran Mike Demers leads his company in The Lonely – A Tribute To Roy Orbison. Presented by Rock.It Boy... Read more
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PhysOrg
New technique greatly enhances digital microscopy imagesThe image sensor of the wavelength scanning super-resolution apparatus collects
New technique greatly enhances digital microscopy images
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
The image sensor of the wavelength scanning super-resolution apparatus collects a “stack” of images of the sample. Credit: Ozcan Lab Researchers from the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA have created a new technique that greatly enhances... Read more
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Business Wire
PureTech Expands Scientific Advisory Board and Appoints New Senior Advisors“Our new advisors are visionaries in their fields and bring world-class experie
PureTech Expands Scientific Advisory Board and Appoints New Senior Advisors
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
“Our new advisors are visionaries in their fields and bring world-class experience to PureTech’s growing advisory network of distinguished scientists and clinicians,” said Daphne Zohar, Chief Executive Officer of PureTech Health. “We are delighted to... Read more
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The New Yorker
Marvin Minsky’s Vision of the FutureIn July of 1979, a computer program called BKG 9.8—the creation of Hans Berline
Marvin Minsky’s Vision of the Future
The New Yorker / Posted 15 days ago
In July of 1979, a computer program called BKG 9.8—the creation of Hans Berliner, a professor of computer Science at Carnegie-Mellon University, in Pittsburgh—played the winner of the world backgammon championship in Monte Carlo. The program was run... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
Living in the ‘90s? So are underwater wireless networksLike Beanie Babies and Steve Urkel, the systems we use to transmit information
Living in the ‘90s? So are underwater wireless networks
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 15 days ago
Like Beanie Babies and Steve Urkel, the systems we use to transmit information through water bring to mind the 1990s. The flashback is due to the speed of today’s underwater communication networks, which is comparable to the sluggish dial-up modems... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years agoThe Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, ge
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years ago
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 15 days ago
The Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, gender, geography, background and religion. Here are their stories: Francis R. (Dick) Scobee Scobee was born May 19, 1939, in Cle Elum, Washington. After high school, he... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years agoThe Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, ge
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years ago
The Record Searchlight / Posted 15 days ago
The Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, gender, geography, background and religion. Here are their stories: Francis R. (Dick) Scobee Scobee was born May 19, 1939, in Cle Elum, Washington. After high school, he... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years agoThe Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, ge
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years ago
Naples Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
The Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, gender, geography, background and religion. Here are their stories: Francis R. (Dick) Scobee Scobee was born May 19, 1939, in Cle Elum, Washington. After high school, he... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years agoThe Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, ge
Who were they? Stories of Challenger crew members who died 30 years ago
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 16 days ago
The Challenger crew represented a cross-section of America in terms of race, gender, geography, background and religion. Here are their stories: Francis R. (Dick) Scobee Scobee was born May 19, 1939, in Cle Elum, Washington. After high school, he... Read more
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PhysOrg
Living in the '90s? So are underwater wireless networkstest their underwater wireless network in Lake Erie. Credit: Douglas Levere, Un
Living in the '90s? So are underwater wireless networks
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
test their underwater wireless network in Lake Erie. Credit: Douglas Levere, University at Buffalo Like Beanie Babies and Steve Urkel, the systems we use to transmit information through water bring to mind the 1990s. The flashback is due to... Read more
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Newswise
Living in the ‘90s? So Are Underwater Wireless NetworksUnderwater Wireless Networks Engineers are speeding them up to improve tsunami
Living in the ‘90s? So Are Underwater Wireless Networks
Newswise / Posted 16 days ago
Underwater Wireless Networks Engineers are speeding them up to improve tsunami detection, walkie-talkies for scuba divers, and search-and-rescue work Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — BUFFALO, N.Y. – Like Beanie Babies and Steve... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Multichoice Uganda Oversees Eutelsat PicksMultiChoice Uganda recently announced winners of the 2015 DStv Eutelsat Star Aw
Multichoice Uganda Oversees Eutelsat Picks
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
MultiChoice Uganda recently announced winners of the 2015 DStv Eutelsat Star Awards competition, but the judges expressed some concern over lack of creativity and innovation in many of the entries. They suggested this was due to poor teaching skills... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
SUNDAY EDITION | New manufacturing training program picks up steam in Louisville– Inside Building 3 at General Electric’s massive Appliance Park, about a dozen
SUNDAY EDITION | New manufacturing training program picks up steam in Louisville
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted 17 days ago
– Inside Building 3 at General Electric’s massive Appliance Park, about a dozen high-powered robots pump their arms up and down as they shape stainless steel into tubs that line the inside of GE-made dishwashers. The only humans involved in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Going off grid: Researchers tackle rural electrificationFigure 1: This map shows the results of using the Reference Electrification Mod
Going off grid: Researchers tackle rural electrification
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
Figure 1: This map shows the results of using the Reference Electrification Model (REM) — a computer program designed at MIT with collaboration from IIT-Comillas University — to determine a minimum-cost electrification solution for each of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Will computers soon read our thoughts?machines It will convert electrochemical signals from the brain into digital d
Will computers soon read our thoughts?
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
machines It will convert electrochemical signals from the brain into digital data The project could open up new ways of controlling electronic devices It may also allow new ways of sending digital pictures and audio to soldiers An... Read more
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