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The First Phonautograph in America (1859)

In 1859, a wealthy Philadelphia merchant named Charles N. Bancker bought a phonautograph for his lavish private collection of scientific apparatus.  It may have been the first phonautograph ever sold, and perhaps even the first one professionally built.  6,064 more words

Charles Bancker

Stories From Main Street: Stevens Students Recreate Historic Steamboat

HOBOKEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — WCBS 880’s Sean Adams is taking a look back at the history of the America’s Cup before it sails into New York Harbor later this week. 338 more words

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Redirect: "Maintaining Space" from The Maintainers Blog

In the first part of April 2016 I participated in a fascinating conference with the title, “The Maintainers,” held at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. 356 more words

History

The top 10 colleges for a computer science degree

Looking for a major that can basically ensure a solid paycheck upon graduation? Yeah, computer science might be for you. Computer science majors can code their way to the top at a variety of technology companies, or they can spend their days creating cool new apps that will change our lives for the better (Snapchat, anyone?) 1,435 more words

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A Clash of Engineering Cultures? NASA Engineers, R and D Culture, and the Space Shuttle as an Operational System

One of the more interesting conferences being organized is set to take place on April 8, 2016, at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. 550 more words

Space

5 Steps to Successfully Promote an Event on Social Media

Sandra Ordonez (@NYCOrdonez) is social media and public relations manager at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Stevens Institute of Technology was recently named the winner of the… 783 more words

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