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2011-12-15 12:06:23

The coming years will bring increased personalization, innovation and flexibility in the media landscape, according to the Georgia Institute of Technology. These findings were announced in today's release of the FutureMediaSM Outlook 2012, a multimedia report that offers Georgia Tech's annual viewpoint on the future of media and its impact on people, business and society over the next five to seven years. "Georgia Tech's work in Future Media is part of our new Institute for People and...

2011-12-09 16:50:00

Representatives work to increase participation of women in technology and computing Boulder, CO (PRWEB) December 09, 2011 Three individuals working with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) will be among those honored at the White House today as âœChampions of Changeâ. The Champions of Change program, part of President Obamaâs âœWinning the Futureâ initiative, highlights a...

2011-11-17 10:30:04

Creating new, improved pharmaceuticals is sometimes very similar to cracking the code of a combination lock. If you have the wrong numbers, the lock won´t open. Even worse, you don´t know if your numbers are close to the actual code or way off the mark. The only solution is to simply guess a new combination and try again. Similarly, when a newly created drug doesn´t bind well to its intended target, the drug won´t work. Scientists are then forced to go back to the lab,...

Image 1 - Engineers Help Improve Flow Of Visitors In Georgia Aquarium's New Dolphin Exhibit
2011-11-15 04:03:10

[ Watch the Video ] More than 1,800 visitors can move smoothly through the Georgia Aquarium's new AT&T Dolphin Tales exhibit, entering and leaving through the same set of doors. Their experience is not by accident though -- before the exhibit opened, logistics experts at the Georgia Institute of Technology carefully studied how guests would move and recommended ways to improve their experiences while minimizing congestion. "We offered Georgia Aquarium leaders accurate predictions on...

Word of the Day
  • The hard inner (usually woody) layer of the pericarp of some fruits (as peaches or plums or cherries or olives) that contains the seed.
This word comes from the Greek 'endon,' in, within, plus the Greek 'kardia,' heart.