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Can Therapeutic Robots Teach Us to Connect?

Connecting to other humans can be hard. It can be hard because of disorders like autism or depression. It can be hard because of behaviors learned from a young age. Or it can be hard because someone has an introverted personality. Whatever the reason (and there are plenty more of them), for some of us, […]

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More PLC Courses Being Offered as Demand for High Tech Jobs Increases

More and more colleges and universities across the country are adding new courses to keep up with the improving economy and increasing demand for high tech jobs. Many facilities deal in high-volume work with automated equipment, but they also need employees highly proficient in computer training in order to ensure their complex systems are safe […]

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Bullet-Shaped Bike Sets World Record for Fastest Human-Powered Vehicle

The AeroVelo team just broke the world record for the fastest human-powered vehicle at the World Human Powered Speed Challenge in Battle Mountain, Nevada. The team’s bullet-shaped bike hit 85.71 miles per hour, surpassing the previous record of 83.13 miles per hour. At the event, competitors are given 8 kilometers to generate as much speed […]

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World’s Largest Zero Gravity Testing Facility Reaches 510 ft. (142m) Below Ground

NASA built a pair of underground towers at the Lewis Research Center in the 1960s to study how combustion and fluid physics are affected by microgravity. The center, in Cleveland, Ohio, has been one of ten major NASA field centers devoted to aeronautics and space technology; it was recently renamed the John H Glenn Research […]

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Quantum Dots to Power Buildings in the Future

Quantum Dots As Energy Sources The University of Milan-Bicocca (UNIMIB) in Italy, and the US Department of Energy’s Los Alamo’s National Laboratory(LANL), led by Victor Klimov at the Center for Advanced Solar Photophysics (CASP), have teamed up over the past two years to developĀ a new technique that produces nanoparticles, or “semiconductor quantum dots,” in windows […]

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