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Rochester Institute of Technology color scientists offer an explanation for why the color of the dress that went viral has some people seeing blue/black and other seeing white/gold.
Designed for professionals looking for a solid grounding in cyber security; students will learn essential techniques in protecting systems and network infrastructures, how to analyze and monitor potential
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RIT Online leverages the university's extensive experience and domain expertise in distance learning; new courses, developed and delivered by RIT's expert faculty, emphasize small class sizes and a
Rochester Institute of Technology’s sponsored research portfolio grew by 12 percent in fiscal year 2014, reaching $52.7 million in funding.
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The con rit is a mythical creature of the oceans around southeast Asia, mainly off the coast of Vietnam. It is considered to be a type of sea serpent but with a strange appearance. Vietnamese folklore considers the con rit as a water dragon. In Vietnamese, the word con rit translates to millipede. Resembling a giant millipede, it is said to be about 50 feet long with jointed and armored segments, each being two to three feet in length with a pair of legs attached. The coloration of this...
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.