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The US Department of Energy's longterm plan for dealing with material contaminated with plutonium and heavier elements from America's weapons program is to bury it underground at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in southeastern... [...]
Fri, Feb 12, 2016
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
After a six-week journey, LISA Pathfinder arrived at its destination today, an orbit around a point of balance in space where it will soon start testing technologies crucial for exploring the gravitational Universe. LISA... [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
Auris hybrid in the snow
A new lithium-ion battery that self-heats could be the answer for electric car owners who drive in frigid weather and suffer from winter “range anxiety,” researchers say. “It is a long standing problem that batteries do not perform well at subzero temperatures,” says Chao-Yang Wang, chair of mechanical engineering, professor of [...]
Thu, Feb 11, 2016
Source: TechNationNews.com
Young adults who spend a lot of time on social media during the day or check it frequently throughout the week often get less sleep than their peers who use social media less, a... [...]
Wed, Feb 10, 2016
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
A new water filter can remove toxic heavy metal ions and radioactive substances in just one pass. The filter membrane is a hybrid of two low-cost materials: whey protein fibers and activated charcoal. The... [...]
Tue, Feb 09, 2016
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
toy robots
Researchers are testing a way to control a single microbot that operates as part of a group. The robots are too small for batteries, so instead magnetic fields allow them to move independently while collaborating with a team. The robots tested are magnetic disks about 2 millimeters in diameter—about twice the [...]
Sun, Jan 24, 2016
Source: TechNationNews.com
graves in China
In the last 15 years, grave relocation has been taking place in China on a massive scale. To date, some 15 million deceased people's remains have been moved. A team at Stanford University is creating a digital platform to visualize the complex—and largely unreported—effort and to tell the human stories. They [...]
Sat, Jan 23, 2016
Source: TechNationNews.com
How the news media and public officials communicated risk to Americans during the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa may have influenced the public's willingness to help those in need. The Ebola outbreak gained... [...]
Fri, Jan 22, 2016
Source: AlwaysResearching.com
Project Tango tablet
When Thomas Schöps wants to create a 3D model of a building, he pulls out his tablet computer. As he completes a leisurely walk around the structure, he keeps the device's rear-facing camera pointing at the building's façade. Bit by bit, an impressive 3D model of the edifice appears on the [...]
Fri, Jan 22, 2016
Source: TechNationNews.com
man's robotic arm
Surgeons used a new technique to attach a thought-controlled robot arm directly to an amputee's stump, giving him a far greater range of motion with the advanced prosthetic limb. The system, involving an implant inserted into the bone at the end of the residual limb, allows test patient Johnny Matheny to [...]
Thu, Jan 21, 2016
Source: TechNationNews.com
Higher education in America is terribly expensive, period. Unless the student receives large amounts in grants, which only can be achieved by having an extraordinary brain (and a family financially able to allow their use) or a body capable to bright in any athletic competition, middle class people can't afford [...]
Mon, Sep 14, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: THOMAS CIZAUSKAS A bi-weekly, non-comprehensive roundup of news of beer and other things. Weeks 26/2719 July – 1 August 2015 1 August 2015It's been 50 years since the birth of U.S. ‘craft' beer. In August 1965, Fritz Maytag, heir to the Maytag washing machine [...]
Tue, Aug 11, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Fashion By He Didn't realize people wore those leg strap garter things…always saw them for sell just figured no one ever bought them.-He [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: Andrew Hamm The blog and Goldstein & Russell, P.C., are looking for someone to serve as both the firm manager for Goldstein & Russell, P.C., and the deputy manager of SCOTUSblog. The principal responsibilities [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch This is a welcome editorial in the Los Angeles Times, criticizing what is known in that district as “teacher jail.” The suspension of Rafe Esquith brought this issue to the fore. John Deasy suspended the entire staff of Miramonte Elementary School after two [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: Chris Durso If you took senior photos in high school, then you remember the forced smiles, terrible backdrop and questionable hair. Missouri-based high school senior, Brittany Nicole Creech, will remember her photos for tacos, chalupas and winning the internet. With the fast food restaurant [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch We learned a few days ago that Connecticut will require all juniors to take the SAT instead of the Smarter Balanced Assessments. This is a solution to the problem that most students fail the SBA, and that creates a dilemma: what will the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: Chris Durso If your burgers and pizzas just aren't super enough, the DC Super Hero Cookbook is here to save the day. Whether you need a super salad or a hero sandwich, the book is loaded with recipes and the appropriate action figures. Check [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch D.L. Paulson is a reader who has commented before on the entrepreneurs who are investing in privatization and disruption in public education. Here he comments again on GSV (Global Silicon Valley), a leading edge investment company in the education sector. GSV is a [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: dianeravitch Fareed Zakaria warns that fears about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) are greatly overblown. Zakaria comes close to acknowledging that the “crisis” rhetoric of so-called reformers is a myth,or as Berliner and Biddle called it years ago, “a manufactured crisis.” The demand [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ThisWorldWeLiveIn.com
View the article's original source Author: Sandy Sue As blasé as cats seem, they are actually quite sensitive creatures. Stress makes them sick, especially if they are inside cats and can't de-stress with normal feline activity like snapping a squirrel's neck or dashing up a tree to escape the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Fashion By He Hate it…Mondays suck-He [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: Ronald Collins If you are a Supreme Court watcher, several new or forthcoming books will be of special interest to you. Coming next month will be a book (his ninth) by Justice Stephen Breyer. [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet
View the article's original source Author: Chris Durso If you're hanging with some super friends, and would like to protect your beverage, Superhero Freaker Bottle Sleeves have come to save the day. Whether it's Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman — or you'd like to start your own drinking Justice League — [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: AllGoodEntertainment.com
View the article's original source Author: I'm a full-time mummy I like to bring our kiddos to the playground whenever situations and weather permits. One morning after dropping off our oldest kiddo at kindy, I brought our girls to the playground. Our girls left me and happily moved onto the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com
View the article's original source Author: neville@nevillehobson.com (Neville Hobson) Tweet Intro: The final episode of The Hobson and Holtz Report is coming in September, and more news about changes in FIR; new FIR Interview coming this week; two new FIR [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet
View the article's original source Author: Lyle Denniston A new challenge to the federal mandate requiring most Americans to obtain health insurance or pay a penalty stirred up a major constitutional debate in a federal appeals court on Friday. However, in the [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet
View the article's original source Author: Judy The Basic ConceptThe conventional Mystery Hangout or Mystery Skype has two classes simultaneously using the platform of choice, Google Hangout or Skype, to guess the location of the other school using yes/no questions. Many are familiar with the concept and plenty of information [...]
Mon, Aug 10, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: sheriwetherell You know a meal is good when the chatter stops and all becomes silent at the table once the food arrives. A recent dinner at Girin Seattle, an upscale Korean restaurant in the heart of Seattle's Pioneer Square district, had me spellbound and [...]
Fri, Aug 07, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Creative-Type Dad Back in 2011 I signed up for a little photo-sharing App called Instagram. I loved it from the start – the filters, the creativity of people from around the world of photographers, artists, interesting hobbyist, vinyl record collectors, hand-letterer's, foodies taking pictures [...]
Fri, Aug 07, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com
View the article's original source Author: Sarah As a mom, it's not fun to think about awful things happening, but it's wise to prepare for the worst. Consider teaching your newborn to take a bottle at least once in a while in case something unfortunate happens. A friend of [...]
Fri, Aug 07, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com
View the article's original source Author: Kquesen In Daniel Pink's book To Sell Is Human, he references a study by two business professors who analyzed the Hollywood pitch process to discover how writers got their movie and TV series ideas [...]
Fri, Aug 07, 2015
Source: EbusinessPlanet
View the article's original source Author: Tim Crowe Shopping on a full stomach is sensible advice to prevent buying up big on foods that you don't need. Now scientists have taken this idea further by showing that what a person eats before they shop can influence what they buy. It [...]
Wed, Aug 05, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: I'm a full-time mummy I have been sharing some of my favorite angpow pieces on an angpow collectors group in Facebook and some members have been telling me to continue sharing my memorable stories and so I thought, why not write it down, that [...]
Wed, Aug 05, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com
View the article's original source Author: You might remember a few weeks ago when I questioned the legality of the claims being made by the Dairy Farmers of Canada at a recent Canadian Obesity Network conference. The issues at hand were two-fold. Firstly claims were being made about milk products' [...]
Tue, Aug 04, 2015
Source: FamilyAgain.com
View the article's original source Author: Sandy Sue Several Teesha stamps on this card One of the items on my IPR Bucket List is to attend a Teesha Moore art retreat. I found Teesha years ago when I first started using rubber stamps. Hers were grungy, and weird, [...]
Mon, Aug 03, 2015
Source: HealthMyself.com
View the article's original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Some people were feeling emotional at last night's UX Speakeasy. If the amazing artwork didn't get you, the starry sky would have done it for sure. It was a lovely outdoor venue at SILO in Maker's Quarter in the heart [...]
Fri, Jun 05, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Why are we still asking the same questions about women and technology? Somewhere along the line when I wasn't paying attention, I passed through an unseen door into a place where I'm now looking backwards as much as forward when it [...]
Sat, May 16, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: Judy Now that I'm using an increasing variety of tools to stay connected as an educator, I am wondering if the allure is addictive. Do I need to check each of these daily, or even more than once a day, and oh, sometimes hourly [...]
Mon, May 11, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com
View the article's original source Author: Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk Just over 65 young women descended upon several computer labs and their adjoining classrooms at California State University San Marcos on Saturday. Yes, it was the third instantiation of the San Diego Women's Hackathon. The event was organized and implemented so [...]
Tue, Apr 28, 2015
Source: ComputersGate.com

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