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Dentsu and TUMSAT to Conduct Self-Driving Land/Water-Linked Multimodal MaaS Demonstration Field Test in Tokyo in Early September
Dentsu and TUMSAT to Conduct Self-Driving Land/Water-Linked Multimodal MaaS Demonstration Field Test in Tokyo in Early September
8/15/2019 7:55:53 AM
Dentsu Inc. (Head Office: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO: Toshihiro Yamamoto) and Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Campus: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President: Toshio Takeuchi; hereinafter "TUMSAT") will jointly conduct a demonstration test focused on self-driving land/water-linked multimodal 1 MaaS 2 combining land transport methods, including last one mile …
Disney Aspire Welcomes University of Arizona to Its Network of Educational Providers
Disney Aspire Welcomes University of Arizona to Its Network of Educational Providers
8/14/2019 5:41:01 AM
Disney Aspire, The Walt Disney Company’s 100% tuition-paid education plan for more than 90,000 hourly employees and Cast Members, welcomes University of Arizona to its network of schools.
Poet Combines the Beauty of Words and Pictures
Poet Combines the Beauty of Words and Pictures
8/13/2019 6:44:07 PM
Art is appreciated regardless of form. When two art forms are combined, this creates an extraordinary experience for the spectator. This is poet Thomas G.
A torque on conventional magnetic wisdom
A torque on conventional magnetic wisdom
8/13/2019 5:34:39 AM
Physicists at the  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  announced they have observed a magnetic phenomenon called the "anomalous spin-orbit torque," or ASOT, for the first time.
Foundation hosts summer school for young thinkers
Foundation hosts summer school for young thinkers
8/12/2019 11:08:37 AM
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, in collaboration with Leadership in Global Change, has hosted the first summer school for 15-18 year olds wishing to learn about the circular economy.
RoboMaster 2019 Competition Showcases The Future Of Robotics
RoboMaster 2019 Competition Showcases The Future Of Robotics
8/12/2019 5:57:32 AM
RoboMaster, an annual robotics competition for aspiring young engineers and university students, concluded its 2019 competition in Bao’an Stadium in Shenzhen, China.
Asbestos Concerns Temporarily Close University Building in California
Asbestos Concerns Temporarily Close University Building in California
8/9/2019 11:10:29 AM
This past May, a university in California announced that out of an abundance of caution, one of the university’s halls had been closed until further notice.
A key piece to understanding how quantum gravity affects low-energy physics
A key piece to understanding how quantum gravity affects low-energy physics
8/8/2019 12:00:02 PM
Researchers have, for the first time, identified the conditions for theories of quantum gravity to be compatible with one of the paramount predictions of quantum theory and relativity: The Unruh effect.  In a new study led by researchers from the University of Waterloo, the International School for Advanced Studies and the Complutense University of Madrid a, solid …
NSF awards $250 million to early career researchers
NSF awards $250 million to early career researchers
8/8/2019 11:47:56 AM
The National Science Foundation has invested more than $250 million in nearly 700 recipients of the Fiscal Year 2019 Faculty Early Career Development ( CAREER ) awards, one of NSF’s most prestigious honors.
Astrophysical shock phenomena reproduced in the laboratory
Astrophysical shock phenomena reproduced in the laboratory
8/7/2019 6:14:59 AM
Vast interstellar events where clouds of charged matter hurtle into each other and spew out high-energy particles have now been reproduced in the lab with high fidelity.
Tennessee Schools to Receive Bulletproof Backpack Inserts in Honor of Former School Resource Officer
Tennessee Schools to Receive Bulletproof Backpack Inserts in Honor of Former School Resource Officer
8/6/2019 1:30:00 PM
Blue Blood Brotherhood and ShotStopⓇ Ballistics, in connection with Sullivan County Tennessee Sheriff Jeff Cassidy, will be giving away 100 BallisticBoardⓇ bulletproof backpack inserts to Sullivan County Schools.   On February 26, 2019 Sullivan Central High School Resource Officer Sergeant Steve Hinkle was shot and killed in the line of duty.
Kappa opioid receptor influences naltrexone’s effects on drinking alcohol
Kappa opioid receptor influences naltrexone’s effects on drinking alcohol
8/6/2019 12:02:02 PM
Researchers at Yale University have identified how naltrexone, a medication used to treat alcohol use disorder, reduces craving and consumption in heavy drinkers.
Depression Painted through Poetry
Depression Painted through Poetry
8/2/2019 8:03:56 PM
What does depression feel like? How do people with depression conquer its struggles every day? We may not totally understand it, but readers can get a glimpse of the answers through Barbara Mezera’s book, From Despair to Hope and Healing.
Why People Must Know about the Seven Churches in Revelation
Why People Must Know about the Seven Churches in Revelation
8/1/2019 5:17:25 PM
Everything in the world has some history behind it. When it comes to this, religion never falls short. Christians, for example, need a lot of research in order to trace their religion’s origin, especially those stated in the Bible.
A New Twist to Bedtime Stories
A New Twist to Bedtime Stories
8/1/2019
Listening to bedtime stories before sleeping is one of the more common practices that most children have grown accustomed to. In her book, “Night Night, My Love,” Deborah Lorenzo elevates this practice.
US Rise to Power Documented in History Book
US Rise to Power Documented in History Book
7/31/2019 6:49:37 PM
America has long been formidable due to its economy, its international alliances, and sheer number of military bases. Historian and journalist James F.
How Hungry Brains Work: “They Don’t”
How Hungry Brains Work: “They Don’t”
7/31/2019 6:37:32 PM
In the American society, going to school hungry in America is all too common among students. According to The Washington Post, over 13 million kids across the country go to school hungry.
The Church with No Name Exposed by Former Member
The Church with No Name Exposed by Former Member
7/31/2019 6:19:33 PM
Bob Williston, in his personal accounts of his experiences under his erstwhile denomination, reveals disconcerting behaviors and practices of its highly regarded clergies or so-called workers.
Millennia-Old Artifact Relived in an Astounding New Book
Millennia-Old Artifact Relived in an Astounding New Book
7/31/2019 6:16:36 PM
Shijing is a classic collection of ancient Chinese literature dating back from the 11th to the 7th century BC. Author Sen Du and his partner Chen Zhong gathered hundreds of poems from this mythical book and translated them religiously in “108 Chinese Poems from ShiJing: 108 Chinese Ancient Quatrains before 77BC.”   Aside from Shijing, 108 poems were also curated from …
Eighteen Years of Surviving
Eighteen Years of Surviving
7/30/2019 6:49:56 PM
Mental health awareness has recently grown more serious nowadays. Mental problems may disable the person being diagnosed. But for author Franny Hill, it can only be considered a “disability” if it hinders you from becoming successful in life.