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Experts from the University of Cincinnati and the US Air Force Research Laboratory are joining forces to develop a lightweight, wearable device that can analyze sweat using a smartphone in order to perform a variety of health-related diagnostic tests.
Evolution of Onboard’s Listings API adheres to emerging RESO standards New York, NY (PRWEB) October 23, 2014 Onboard Informatics, the largest and most
New solution solves challenges of API design and consistency across distributed development teams SAN FRANCISCO, Oct.
KEPServerEX version 5.16 introduces collaboration with Splunk Inc., new Local Historian Plug-In, and expanded Power Suite PORTLAND, Maine, Oct.
After several years of modest growth, hiring is expected to jump a whopping 16 percent for newly minted degree-holders in 2014-15, according to key findings from Recruiting Trends. The annual survey, by Michigan State University economist Phil Gardner, is the nation’s largest with nearly 5,700 companies responding.
Due to budget cuts and other concerns, some school districts have been cutting back on home economics classes and the loss of these classes could be causing a significant drop-off in clothing maintenance skills among millennials.
For decades, women have played critical roles in spaceflight. From the early Human Computers at NASA Langley Research Center to today’s student engineers, women contribute to the mission.
Georgia's preeminent casting director recipient of the 'Icons of the Industry' Award Atlanta, Georgia.
WebWorks has filled a huge gap in the technical communication industry by combining the functionalities of GitHub and Dropbox for technical communicators. Austin, Texas, Oct.
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