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Jerome C. Hunsaker and the Development of Aviation in America

I gained a new appreciation for Jerome Clarke Hunsaker (1886-1984) at the recent NACA Centenary Symposium held in Washington on March 3 and 4, 2015. His fingerprints are all over the history of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and the larger aviation efforts in the United States for much of the first century of flight. 953 more words


When it comes to company culture, Boston-based HubSpot could very well be the next Google.

At the very least, it’s one of the most unique places to work in the tech industry today.

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Service Design, Service Management

The dark side

This breaks my heart a little. Just imagine that you’re a proud parent of a son or daughter who has applied to, and been accepted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the most prestigious universities in the world. 557 more words


Clever App Reveals a Snapshot of Your Location—In the Past

THE MAKERS OF the augmented reality app Pivot want to create a time portal—on your phone.

The app aims to bring glimpses of history to your smartphone screen, using images tied to wherever you happen to be. 379 more words



"rethink your impossibilities"
~ george westermann

diese woche vom 25. – 26. fand in der wirtschaftskammer wien die 2015 MIT europe conference in vienna statt. eine veranstaltung, die durch die offensichtlich gute zusammenarbeit zwischen WKO und MIT heuer bereits zum 5ten mal zustande gekommen ist. 700 more words


Can Scientist create a computer like JARVIS ?

Have you seen the movie IRONMAN then you might be well aware of this Computer called ‘JARVIS’. By the way for those who don’t know JARVIS is the name of an Artificial Intelligence computer actually it has an acronym Just a Rather Very Intelligent System. 558 more words


The Brain In The Supermarket - Study: Simple “Index Strategy” Helps Consumers Make Choices

by Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office

Say you’re out shopping for basic household goods — perhaps orange juice and soup. Or light bulbs. Or diapers for your young child. 801 more words

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