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Andare oltre il social media marketing: generare valore con la trasformazione digitale

Chi frequenta questo blog e legge gli articoli che ho scritto negli ultimi anni, sa perfettamente che il tema in oggetto non è cosa nuova. Vale – forse – comunque la pena di metterlo ben in chiaro: … 1,031 more words

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Automatic Vision-Correcting Displays Could Let You Ditch The Reading Glasses

MIT’s research department working with the University of California at Berkeley has created digital display tech that can automatically compensate for vision problems, eliminating the need for glasses or contacts for specific uses like reading or viewing GPS navigation devices for far-sighted folks, among other potential uses. 251 more words


Building a New Consensus on Infrastructure

As the US Congress struggles to find a long-term solution to funding the Highway Trust Fund, a new approach to prioritizing investments in transportation systems could greatly improve the infrastructure planning process. 638 more words


You Won't Need Your Glasses To See Your Computer Screen With UC Researcher's New Software

BERKELEY (CBS) — There is help on the way for anyone who has to wear glasses every time they look at a computer, or a phone. 241 more words


MIT Sloan Alumni-Student Mentoring Program

An affiliate researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Industrial Performance Center and a former fellow of the Sloan School of Management at MIT, Jean-Jacques Degroof continues to stay connected with his alma mater. 175 more words

Jean-Jacques Degroof

First international professor & pioneering geologist

Philadelphia-born Henry Darwin Rogers (1808-1868) was perhaps the first international (overseas) professor employed at the University of Glasgow.

He directed geological surveys of New Jersey in 1835 and Pennsylvania in 1836, becoming a freelance geologist and moved to Scotland in 1855.  57 more words

Glasgow Firsts

Yes, your pre-schooler can program too

It may be time to put those slackers — the preschoolers or first graders in your household — to work coding.

I’m only half kidding here. 106 more words