The Disaster-Proof Internet

https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a15895600/disaster-proof-internet/

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Google to Invest in Science "Made in Germany" and Become a "TUM Partner of Excellence"

Google and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have announced a long-term partnership. The cooperation in Munich will be based on research and innovation in the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics. As a “TUM Partner of Excellence“, Google will also donate 1 million euros to the TUM University Foundation, primarily to support talented young researchers. Google is the first non-European company to become an […]

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Antibiotic use may be tied to rise in ‘lifestyle’ diseases

Martin Blaser, MD, doesn’t dispute the fact that antibiotics have saved innumerable lives and revolutionized medicine. But when he looks at the global increases in recent decades of non-communicable diseases like diabetes, asthma, and obesity, and the concordant rise in antibiotic use, he sees a troubling connection. antibiotic resistance hosted

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Narmi integrates top fintech companies into digital banking platform for credit unions

Narmi, a financial technology company, showcases two of its remarkable fintech integrations – Billshark and Lemonade. Nikhil Lakhanpal, Co-Founder of Narmi, explained, “Currently, there is a huge disconnect between the FinTech world and the Credit Union world. Many FinTech companies have amazing technology and direct to consumer business models. Credit Unions have the desire to […]

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‘Ultra-intense laser’ stops electrons travelling at near-light speed for first time, mimicking black holes

Using a laser beam one quadrillion times brighter than the Sun, physicists have stopped electrons travelling at near-light speeds for the first time. The experiment produced a quantum mechanical phenomenon that was previously only thought to occur around black holes and quasars. This effect is termed a “radiation reaction”, and measuring how it works in a lab […]

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Welcome to Minnesota, the Startup Capital of the North

When NBC Sports announced it would web-stream a competition between startup ventures live from Minneapolis on Saturday, Minnesota companies were conspicuously absent from the line-up. Organizers behind the National Football League’s “First and Future” competition say the reasons vary — they excluded some companies with ties to the Rochester-based Mayo Clinic, for instance, because the judges include two prominent […]

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Here’s why 100 qubit quantum computers could change everything

At 100 qubits a single quantum computer processor would, theoretically, be more powerful than all the supercomputers on the planet combined. We may be closer to that milestone than you think and the world isn’t ready. Quantum computers are spooky devices that don’t follow the normal rules of physics. Instead of bits, like classical computers, […]

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How AR and VR Prepare Students for Jobs of the Future

Imagine a high school student in your district. Her class is learning about muscles, but instead of watching a video or reading about it in a book, she can move a virtual arm and see an exposed bicep muscle contract. Are engines her thing? She can safely experiment with a virtual torque wrench in a […]

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Escuchar música de videojuegos en el trabajo te hace más productivo | Vida y Estilo | Publimetro Peru

https://publimetro.pe/vida-estilo/noticia-escuchar-musica-videojuegos-trabajo-te-hace-mas-productivo-70393

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Rs 207cr sought to rejuvenate, revamp Noyyal river system – Times of India

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/coimbatore/rs-207cr-sought-to-rejuvenate-revamp-noyyal-river-system/articleshow/62761729.cms

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