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November 17, 1904: Death of Thomas M. Drown

November 17, 1904Death of Thomas M. Drown. “Drown was known as a chemist and metallurgist and he was the fourth President of Lehigh University. 218 more words


These are the universities around the world most likely to get you a job

Given the astronomical price tag on a college degree today, you’d better hope getting one actually pays off.

For a measure of that, it can be helpful to look at schools’ track records when it comes to offering job prospects. 269 more words

Watch: the beautiful science of cream hitting coffee

(Source: www.vox.com)

I’m going to show you a magic trick.

Get out a hot cup of coffee and an eye dropper filled with cold milk or cream. 307 more words


AI Can Be Made Legally Accountable for Its Decisions

Computer scientists, cognitive scientists, and legal scholars say AI systems should be able to explain their decisions without revealing all their secrets.

By Emerging Technology from the arXiv… 456 more words


Monumental Americans: Mildred Dresselhaus "The Queen Of Carbon Science"

In light of the fight against confederate monuments – let’s put up statues of monumental Americans like Mildred Dresselhaus. Known as “the Queen of Carbon Science,” the electrical engineer worked at MIT for 57 years and was a pioneer for women in science leadership positions. 24 more words


Careers Advice for an unpredictable AI future

All Careers practitioners know that a portion of their professional skills toolbox should be dedicated to gaining an understanding of the future labour market and the winds of change that are likely to shape that market. 1,303 more words

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Kudos launches solution to illegal sharing of copyright content

For immediate release, November 15th, 2017 –– Kudos, the award-winning service for maximizing the reach and impact of research publications, has announced the launch of its shareable PDF solution, which helps publishers prevent copyright infringement and reclaim lost usage from sharing of research articles on scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs). 583 more words

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