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Meet Light Rider: The World’s First 3-D–Printed Motorcycle

(Source: www.architecturaldigest.com)

From bridges to shoes to metals used in airplanes, 3-D printing has revolutionized the ability to create lightweight and affordable parts. Just recently, the innovative technology has helped launch another exciting product: the world’s first 3-D–printed motorcycle. 212 more words



I should really put more trust in my intuition.

When you turn 16 in Nebraska, there’s a law that says it’s illegal to drive with more than one person that’s not a family member. 1,603 more words

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs | Book Review

Hey, guys! I’m back with another book review!

This time, I’m reviewing the #1 New York Best Time Seller, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children  1,170 more words


Working Together to Create Sustainable Change

This morning, 8:00 a.m. @ 5.24.16 Geneva, Switzerland, time, a call for youth empowerment and activism was declared by several impressive speakers at the NCD Alliance’s event. 1,045 more words

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The Walking Bicycle strolls along at 15 mph

This looks like it could be a hit for New Yorkers. It’s light, easy to store, and extends your walking range for miles.

The Walking Bicycle is a machine that turns your normal walking action into forward momentum, but with a lot more speed than you could manage on your own. 27 more words

A small book haul

Last weekend, I discovered that MPH(a book store chain) had a book sale at the Singapore Expo. It took up half an exhibition hall.

At 10 books of any kind for $50, I couldn’t pass it up. 142 more words


Student Insights: How a Study Group Helped Amy Thrive

Amy Barry is a top Touro University California student in the Joint MSPAS/MPH program.

I attribute my success in Touro’s Physician Assistant program to the people I have surrounded myself with and the study group we have formed. 332 more words

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