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The Nomad Tribes of Africa

T. Greer : The trouble with these lists is that they were composed by public intellectuals and literary figures, not actual experts in well, anything really.

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Related Topix: Science, Ambient, Brian Eno, Eno

Thu Apr 17, 2014

San Diego NewsCape

Troops to Employment

San Diego, California - Unemployment rates for veterans under 24 years old continue to surpass those of their civilian peers by more than 7 percent, according to the Initially funded by the National Science Foundation in 2011, and now supported by industry partnerships and government collaborations, the program has placed 100 percent of its ... (more)

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Related Topix: Science, Pasadena, CA

EETimes

Quantenna Speeds Up WiFi

As several major companies roll out 802.11ac solutions with multi-user, multiple input-multiple output , local startup Quantenna Communications announced a chip that's a step ahead.

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Related Topix: Wireless, Quantenna, Emerging Technology, Science / Technology, Wi-Fi, CPU, Science

CiteULike

Learning with both unlabeled data and query logs for image search

Computers & Electrical Engineering , Vol. 40, No. 3. , pp. 964-973, doi:10.1016/j.compeleceng.2013.09.004 To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document.

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Hispanic Business

U.Va. Spinoff PsiKick's Batteryless Sensors Poised for Coming 'Internet of Things'

These chips could play a major role in an anticipated technology revolution being called the "Internet of Things," the "Sensor Revolution" or the "Industrial Internet" - a future where countless everyday items, from doors to gym equipment, have embedded wireless sensors tied together in a vast wireless network that enables countless new "smart" ... (more)

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Related Topix: Wireless, Emerging Technology, Science, Computer Science

Wed Apr 16, 2014

Hispanic Business

New Electrical Engineering Study Findings Have Been Reported by Researchers at Kwangwoon University

The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from , "A frequency-mixing architecture using two voltage-controlled oscillators is used to achieve a wideband operating frequency range, and the direct digital synthesizer -based chirping method with a two-point modulation technique is employed to provide a programmable and consistent chili) ... (more)

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Related Topix: Science

Slippery Brick

Night Vision Contacts

University of Michigan researchers have created a new material that detects infrared light.

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Wireless Design & Development

From Air Traffic Controller to Grad Research in Fiber Optics

When ECE graduate student Janice Blane was still a prospective student, considering advisers and research programs, she did what anyone would do: she contacted faculty members who were doing innovative research, asking about opportunities in their labs.

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Related Topix: Science, US Military, US Army, Afghanistan,

Business Journal

Siemens USA announces $660M in-kind software grants for Mass. schools

A student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute uses Siemens USA's manufacturing software.

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Related Topix: Siemens AG, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Science, UpTake

Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Battalion

Student NASA design fits like a glove

For their senior design project, a group of eight engineering students from different disciplines are working on a virtual reality glove to be utilized while training future NASA astronauts.

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Related Topix: NASA, Virtual Reality, Space, Cameras

Hispanic Business

University of Leeds -New technique could transform low-energy light detection

Release date- 14042014 - Researchers have discovered a way to use standard semiconductors to detect light over a much broader range of wavelengths.

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Current in Carmel

Column: Carmel was home to Indiana's first stoplight - and traffic trap

Leslie Haines was one of the most gifted - but unsung - native sons of Carmel, and he was a man ahead of his time.

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Related Topix: Carmel, IN, Science

Mon Apr 14, 2014

The Panda's Thumb

Once again, desperately dissing Avida

One of the characteristics of a pseudoscience is repeating discredited arguments as though they were new.

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Related Topix: Evolution Debate, Computers, Science

InMenlo.com

Good news for jigsaw fans - Menlo Park is home to Artifact Puzzles

The notion that "it would be fun to buy a laser cutter" kept creeping into Maya Gupta's brain.

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Related Topix: Menlo Park, CA, Science

Digital Trends

Research breakthrough brings body-heat-powered wearables a step closer

One of the greatest challenges facing tech companies as they seek to establish themselves in the fledgling wearable tech market is creating devices with a decent battery life while at the same time keeping them compact and light.

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Related Topix: Science

Sun Apr 13, 2014

Holtville Tribune

Engineers design video game controller that can sense players' emotions

Sometimes, a dozen ravenous zombies just aren't exciting enough to hold a video gamer's interest.

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Related Topix: Science, X360

Sat Apr 12, 2014

Hispanic Business

Structural design expansion of the faculty of electrical engineering...

Contract notice: Structural design under part 4, section 1 hoai for the rehabilitation, reconstruction, modernization and expansion of the faculty of electrical engineering and information technology, including the transition to the auditorium of the tu dresden.

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The Peninsula

IPEC, Prime Trade win Kahramaa tender

Doha: IPEC Ltd, a high technology UK-based company along with Prime Trade, which specialises in electrical engineering within the field of partial discharge test equipment, successfully won a tender for the supply of portable test equipment to Kahramaa.

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Related Topix: Science, Qatar, Middle East, World News

Digital Game Developer

Henry E. Halladay, Has Been Recognized by Americaa s Registry of Outstanding Professionals

Dr. Henry E. Halladay was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is currently a Consultant and Registered Professional Engineer in Washington and is retired from the Boeing Company.

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Related Topix: Minneapolis, MN, Science

Fri Apr 11, 2014

RedOrbit

Thermoelectric Generator On Glass Fabric For...

Image Caption: KAIST's thermoelectric generator can be bent as many as 120 times, but it still shows the same high performance.

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Related Topix: Science

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