CBC – Dozens of young people from across New Brunswick gathered in Saint John Saturday to discuss ways to turn the tide on the drain of Maritimers who move West. The Technology, Entertainment and Design – or TED – speak was put on by a group of high school students who received a allow from the University of New Brunswick.
ALONEI HABASHAN, Golan Heights — Against a vista of green fields and snowcapped mountains, all is silent but for a gusting wind. Then comes a burst of gunfire from the Syrian civil war raging next door, where jihadist rebels are battling Bashar Assad’s troops in a village. Watching it all unfold from a few kilometers (miles) away are Israeli soldiers atop tanks behind a newly fortified fence, while a large-scale Israeli drill sends off its own explosions in the background.
Researchers are developing a new type of semiconductor technology, pictured here, for future computers and electronics based on “two-dimensional nanocrystals.” The material is layered in sheets less than a nanometer thick that could replace today’s silicon transistors.
| Reuters – TORONTO – Tired of checking the washing machine to see if a cycle has completed, or worrying that the lights were left on at home? Apps are increasingly helping people monitor and control objects remotely on their mobile devices. From Internet-connected washing machines and smart refrigerators to bathroom scales, gadgets that connect to the Internet are on the rise in homes, and apps are the means to monitor and control them.
SLCC has received scholarship money from the American Gas Association to fund scholarships for students interested in pursuing careers in the natural gas industry. Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 has received scholarship money from the American Gas Association (AGA). The AGA is funding scholarships for students interested in pursuing careers in the natural gas industry using proceeds from the 17th International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG-17).
Ten million people use London’s transport system. How will it cope with another million? Philippa Stockley asks architectural expert and author Peter Murray what London can do to prepare for the future Architectural expert and author Peter Murray thinks London needs better infrastructure if it is to cope with population growth Peter Murray is a British architect and author.
Manila Bulletin – “Who will win? The one who is innovative and refuses to give up in this tough and competitive world,” states motivational speaker Anthony Pangilinan, in an inspiring yet practical forum that gathered some of the most successful Northern Luzon-based entrepreneurs in the Plantersbank’s SME Speaker Series dubbed “Best Practice to Next Practice: Leading the Way in Business Innovation.” The session was held recently at the Lewis Grand Hotel, Clarkview Angeles City, Pampanga.
CASTLE IN THE AIR is one of the seniors in architecture at the University at Buffalo who created a concept for what an addition to the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens might look like. Photo submitted by Connie Oswald Stofko. BUFFALO The Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens could use more space for its exhibits and events.
CommunicAsia2013, EnterpriseIT2013 and BroadcastAsia2013 promise unique exposure for Philippine ICT Industry
Manila Bulletin – CommunicAsia, EnterpriseIT and BroadcastAsia – Asia’s largest and most established information and communications technology (ICT) and media communications events – will return to the Marina Bay Sands Singapore from 18-21 June this year. With a special emphasis on content, the 2013 edition of the shows will bring together experts and exhibitors from around the world to showcase and share the latest technology developments and insights, touching on the blend of technologies across the entire value chain of the ...
Moment after nail-biting moment, the events shoved us through a week that felt like an unremitting series of tragedies: Deadly bombs. Poison letters. A town shattered by a colossal explosion. A violent manhunt that paralyzed a major city, emptying streets of people and filling them with heavily armed police and piercing sirens.f Amid the chaos came an emotional Senate gun control vote that inflamed American divisions and evoked memories of the Newtown massacre.