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August 2, 1922: Your Call Is Important to Us

Alexander Graham Bell was one of those curious inventive sort of kids, the kind that love to experiment and blow up the garage with their chemistry set when they’re eight. 290 more words

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Inspire Architects & Building Professionals with an Emotional Call-To-Action

Building product manufacturers spend a lot of time and resources trying to get products specified by architects, designers or other building professionals. It can be difficult to get their attention, and even more difficult to get them to try something new. 245 more words

Product Marketing

MTU Researchers Designing Speakers Of Carbon Nanotubes

HOUGHTON — Troy Bouman reaches over, presses play, and the
loudspeaker sitting on the desk starts playing the Michigan Technological University fight song. But this is no ordinary loudspeaker. 578 more words

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New Look! New Face! New SainsHack!

We proudly present the new user interface of our scientific online magazine, SainsHack!. Without any doubt, we predict thath with its new face, many visitors will visit this SainsHack. 103 more words

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The Most Acoustically Varied Video You'll See This Week

Audio nerds have already started watching the video, but for those of you who are confused, here’s an explanation.

A guy named the “Wikisinger” decided to try a musical experiment. 106 more words

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