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Article ID: 693942

Atomically Thin Magnetic Device Could Lead to New Memory Technologies

University of Washington

In a study published online May 3 in the journal Science, a University of Washington-led team announced that it has discovered a method to encode information using magnets that are just a few layers of atoms in thickness. This breakthrough may revolutionize both cloud computing technologies and consumer electronics by enabling data storage at a greater density and improved energy efficiency.

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Article ID: 694013

GM 3D Parts Plan Could Spark Electric Cars

Cornell University

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Lee O'Neill Named as Director for Finance & Administrative Services at the Monell Center

Monell Chemical Senses Center

Lee O’Neill, MBA, has been appointed as the new Director for Finance & Administrative Services for the Monell Chemical Senses Center, effective May 1, 2018. He succeeds John K.T. Tran, MS, CRA, who is retiring after serving 30 years as Monell’s Finance Director.

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Northwestern’s TEACHx 2018 Promotes Teaching and Learning Through Technology

Northwestern University

Showcases instructors who are pioneering experiments in teaching and learning through technology Highlights opportunities for collaboration among instructors, students, learning designers and educational technology specialists Brings together growing educational technology community exploring best practices in online learning, learning analytics and active learning space

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Article ID: 693946

NUS Engineers Invent Smart Microchip That Can Self-Start and Operate When Battery Runs Out

National University of Singapore

BATLESS, a smart microchip developed by a team of researchers led by Associate Professor Massimo Alioto from National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Engineering, can self-start and continue to operate even when the battery runs out of energy. This novel technology could enable smaller and cheaper Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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MBA Students Collaborate Across Cultures at Cornell Tech Hackathon

Cornell University

There was $22,000 in prize money at stake when 130 American and Chinese students came together at Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus for the third annual Hackathon among Cornell MBA students from campuses in Beijing, Ithaca and New York City April 28-29.

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Article ID: 693925

Is It Time to Put Down Your Phone?

California State University (CSU) Chancellor's Office

San Francisco State professors say there’s a strong link between digital addiction — especially in the form of compulsive smartphone use — and anxiety and depression.

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Article ID: 693922

Newly Improved Glass Slide Turns Microscopes Into Thermometers

University at Buffalo

A study published today in Nature Communications describes how an updated version of the microscope slide can enable scientists to see tiny objects while also measuring their temperature. The advancement, made possible by a new transparent, has the potential to streamline and enhance scientific research worldwide, from clandestine government biology labs to high school chemistry classes. It may also have implications in computers, electronics and other industries.

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Article ID: 693921

Researchers Develop an App for Crowdsourced Exercise Plans, Which Rival Personal Trainers in Effectiveness

University of Washington

Researchers at the University of Washington and Seattle University have created CrowdFit, a platform for exercise planning that relies on crowdsourcing from nonexperts to create workout regimens guided by national exercise recommendations and tailored around user schedules and interests.

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Article ID: 693906

ACM’s Software System Award Honors Project Jupyter Team

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

The Project Jupyter team has been honored with an ACM Software System Award for developing a tool that has had a lasting influence on computing. Project Jupyter evolved from IPython, an effort pioneered by Fernando Pérez, a staff scientist in Berkeley Lab's Computational Research Division.

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