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NCL Recruitment 2022 Notification Out for 390 non-executive positions; Check how to apply online, salary, eligibility

HURL has invited online application for the 390 non-executive position on its official website. Check out the NCL Recruitment 2022 Application Process, Age Limit, Qualification and other details here. Created on: May 18, 2022 11:05 ISTModified on: May 18, 2022 11:09 IST HURL Non-Executive Recruitment 2022 HURL Non-Executive Recruitment 2022: …

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IIIT HYDERABAD ORGANIZES WORKSHOP ON IoT AND oneM2M

HYDERABAD, India, May 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — IIITH held a workshop on IoT and oneM2M on June 13 and May 14, 2022 under its Academic Research Affiliation Scheme, with support from the India-EU Collaborative Project on ICT Standardization. The workshop was organized to train students and faculty from affiliated colleges …

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Ancient science is part of the engineering textbook – The New Indian Express

Express press service NEW DELHI: Introduction to Vedas, Puranas, Sanskrit, ancient sciences, engineering, astronomy, town planning and architecture will now be part of a new textbook for students of engineering and science who take a compulsory non-credit course on Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS). The textbook, slated for release by Union …

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Lunar water could come from Earth’s atmosphere

Not all of the moon’s water comes from its own surface; part of it is sealed off from Earth’s atmosphere, according to new research by Scientists at the University of Alaska’s Fairbanks Geophysical Institute published last month. Water present for future lunar explorers That’s good news for NASA’s Project Artemis, …

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Civil engineering assistant professor receives $3 million research grant from US Army Corps of Engineers

University Relations Cameron Murray, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Cameron Murray, an assistant professor of civil engineering whose research interests include structural concrete and quick-setting cements, recently received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to research new solutions to structural problems. military …

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What’s beyond 5G? Special issue of highl magazine

Drones may soon be responsible for sending digital data signals back from senders to receivers, according to a new collection of peer-reviewed research papers on the role of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS) in advancing wireless communications. Organized worldwide by an international editorial board, this special issue was published on April …

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Hawke’s Bay clinical engineer told girls not to do electrical engineering

Ashlea Morris, newest member of the Hawke’s Bay DHB clinical engineering team, has achieved her full registration, stands outside the Hawke’s Bay Fallen Soldiers Memorial Hospital. Photo / Provided A young clinical engineering technician makes leaps into the male-led field. The 24-year-old just got her electrical registration at Hawke’s Bay …

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Mobile robot company J-Elephant secures nearly 100 million yuan in angel and pre-A funding – Pandaily

Your browser does not support HTML5 audio Beijing mobile robot maker J-Elephant Technology Co., Ltd. announced on Wednesday that it had secured nearly 100 million yuan ($15.2 million) in angel and pre-A funding rounds. The Angel Round included joint contributions from Sequoia China Seed Fund, Legend Star and Sinovation Ventures. …

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Newly Certified Sustainable Offices at McGill: Spring 2022

Celebrating a sustainable spring can mean more than just starting seedlings. For three McGill workplaces, a sustainable spring has meant a recommitment to integrating sustainable practices into their daily lives, at home and in the office, with the Sustainable Workplace Certification Program. From developing a better understanding of the social …

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Dynamic Compression Plates Market is Booming Insights, Development Prospects, Trends and Growing Demands by 2028

The “Dynamic Compression Plates MarketThe report gives a detailed current market scenario that includes historical and projected market size in terms of value and volume, technological advancements, and macroeconomic and guiding factors of the market. The Dynamic Compression Plates Market report covers the global and regional market with an in-depth …

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Bharathidasan Institute of Management Partners with CMT Association to Equip Finance Students for New Era Jobs

The Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM), Tiruchi, has joined the CMT Association’s Academic Partnership Program, paving the way for certification of aspiring students and finance professionals for new era positions. Selection for the program signifies a strong commitment to student career preparation and applied learning. Academic Partnership Program institutions demonstrate …

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For neurons, where they start is not necessarily where they end

The making of a human brain remains a largely mysterious process that goes from an embryonic neural tube to more than 100 billion interconnected neurons in the brain of a newborn. To achieve this marvel of biological engineering, the developing fetal brain must grow, on average, at a rate of …

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IIT-Guwahati resumes physical classes after 2 years

Residence ” General ” Education ” IIT-Guwahati resumes physical classes after 2 years Posted By: Gopi April 18, 2022 Guwahati, April 18 (SocialNews.XYZ) The premier engineering institute IIT Guwahati (IIT-G) has resumed physics classes and research at full capacity after two years, officials said on Monday. IIT-G officials said the …

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Perovskite materials would be superior to silicon in photovoltaic cells, but manufacturing such cells on a large scale is a huge hurdle. Machine learning can help. –ScienceDaily

Perovskites are a family of materials that are currently the leading candidates to potentially replace today’s silicon-based solar photovoltaics. They promise much thinner and lighter panels, which could be manufactured with ultra-high throughput at room temperature instead of hundreds of degrees, and which are cheaper and easier to ship and …

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Development of a new tissue engineering strategy

It’s an old dream of medicine: if arbitrary types of tissue could be produced artificially from stem cells, then wounds could be healed with the body’s own cells, and one day it might even be possible to produce artificial organs. However, it is difficult to obtain cells in the desired …

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Council wins public works and engineering awards

The Council was recognized at the 2022 Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) Achievement Awards at Parliament on 10 March 2022. The prestigious awards honor the most outstanding projects and professionals in public works engineering. The Council received the environmental improvement project, or initiative, for the glass recycling plant. …

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UPSC Recruitment 2022: Apply for Assistant Engineer, Lecturer and Other Positions

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is inviting applications for Assistant Engineer and other positions for the year 2022. Interested candidates can apply through the official website of UPSC – upsc.gov.in. Applicants have until April 28, 2022 to apply for notified vacancies. Vacancy Details and Eligibility Criteria — Assistant Engineer …

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Snow forecast | @theU

For elderly Utahans, who can forget the Great Salt Lake City floods of 1983? Record rainfall the previous winter brought spring-like runoff from the mountains that temporarily turned downtown streets into raging rivers. Although flooding is no longer the concern it was nearly 40 years ago for the Salt Lake …

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Georges River Council Wins 2022 Engineering Excellence Awards | County Leader of St George and Sutherland

The Georges River Council received three awards from the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (NSW and ACT) for engineering excellence at its 2022 state conference on March 10. Winner of the ‘New or Improved Techniques’ category, the Council’s standardization of amenity block design was a long-term project with the …

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Momentum Gorakhpur – The Fastest Growing Education Brand in Eastern Uttar Pradesh

Formed in 2004, Momentum Gorakhpur is a famous coaching institute that helps various aspiring doctors and engineers to pass their entrance examinations like Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) to gain admission into the most reputable colleges in India. . Now, Momentum took the initiative to …

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Harrod is on Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Fall 2021 Dean’s List

WORCESTE – Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has announced that Kirsten Harrod, of Framingham, a member of the class of 2023 majoring in industrial engineering (BS), has been named to the university’s Dean’s List for Academic Excellence for the fall semester 2021. A total of 2,054 undergraduates met the criteria required …

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Organizations are increasing investment and exploration in quantum technologies with expectations of first commercial applications in 3-5 years

Capgemini SE Press contacts:Grux VictoryPhone.: +33 6 04 52 16 55E-mail: [email protected] Organizations are imore and more investment and exploration in qamount technology with the expectations of the first commercial applications in 3-5 years New research by Capgemini identifies 23% of organizations worldwide are currently work on or plan to …

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New Mayoral Nominations at the Department of Community Development « The Official Website for the City of Birmingham, Alabama

New mayoral appointments at the Ministry of Community Development Birmingham, AL – Birmingham Mayor Randall L. Woodfin announced a new appointment at the Department of Community Development. “This group of servant leaders has the experience and passion for advocacy that will serve our residents and communities well,” said Mayor Woodfin. …

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March 26. birthdays today

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Today’s Birthdays is the one-stop-shop where you can learn more about Kazakh personalities born on March 26. NAMES Nartai Bekezhanov (1890-1954) – Prominent Kazakh Akyn, singer, composer, deserving worker of the art of Kazakhstan. He was born in Shielinsk district, Kyzylorda region. His songs Tolkyn, Nartai sazy, Akhau, …

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Transformation of the College of Engineering

Survey School, which started with just eight students, became College of Engineering, Guindy Survey School, which started with just eight students, became College of Engineering, Guindy In 1794, the famous École Polytechnique was founded in Paris during the French Revolution. In the same year, about 8,000 kilometers away, the first …

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Observations of grain sliding have revealed unexpected motions that dictate the mechanical behavior of metals

Metallic materials used in engineering must be strong and ductile – able to withstand high mechanical loads while being able to resist deformation without breaking. However, whether a material is weak or strong, ductile or brittle is not simply determined by the crystal grains that make up the material, but …

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World’s tallest solar tree record broken – pv magazine Australia

With a photovoltaic panel area of ​​309.83 m2, the solar tree is officially certified by Guinness World Records (GWR) as the largest solar tree in the world. March 21, 2022 photo magazine The Indian site has been certified as a Guinness World Record. Image: CSIR-CMERI From pv magazine india Guinness …

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$100 Million Gift Creates New Design Research Center at MIT

A $100 million gift to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will establish a new interdisciplinary center focused on design research, thinking and entrepreneurship, the institute announced Wednesday. The donation comes from the Morningside Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the TH Chan family. The new center, known as the MIT Morningside …

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Top 10 Educational Entrepreneurs of the Year 2021-22 by The Indian Alert

NNA | Update: March 15, 2022 4:08 p.m. STI New Delhi [India], March 15 (ANI/PNN): Educational Entrepreneurship {E-Ship} is a personal attribute that combines innovation, responsibility, catalyst, risk-taking and a tolerant attitude. The list of educational entrepreneurs covered by The Indian Alert powered by Digisharks Communications is presented here; take …

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MP will make a name for itself in the export of spices

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said the state’s growth rate at 19.7% was the highest in the country at current prices. Agriculture contributed the most. Prime Minister Narendra Modi constantly encourages farmers to take more profitable crops in addition to traditional crops. Burhanpur has made a special place in the …

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Professor Damien Foster joins Aston University

Image: Professor Damien Foster to see Continued Credit: Professor Damien Foster Professor Damien Foster has joined Aston University as Head of the School of Computing and Computational Engineering in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. A Briton born in Cape Town, South Africa, Professor Foster has lived abroad for …

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Position of vice-rector for research and innovation at STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Stevens Institute of Technology – Appointment of a vice-president for research and innovation Stevens Institute of Technology is one of the oldest and most prestigious technological research universities in the United States. Our beautiful campus is located along the Hudson River in a college town that overlooks Manhattan. For more …

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President Biden announces key nominees

WASHINGTON – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intention to name the following people to serve as key leaders in his administration: Kate Heinzelman, candidate for General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency Joseph Goffman, nominee for deputy administrator of the Bureau of Air and Radiation, Environmental Protection Agency Paul …

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Buildings and Grounds Committee Renames Maury Hall, Discusses 2022 Major Capital Plan Revisions – The Cavalier Daily

The Board of Visitors’ Buildings and Grounds Committee met Thursday at 2 p.m. to approve the Maury Hall renaming, discuss major capital plan revisions and hear about sustainability initiatives at the University. The meeting was available to the public via live stream and was held in person in the Rotunda …

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GoGoA1 EV Training College Module Attracts Bharti Vidyapeeth Engineering Students

NNA | Update: 04 March 2022 15:21 STI Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]March 4 (ANI/NewsSee): With the buzz surrounding the promotion of electric vehicles, many students, especially from engineering schools, are strong believers in the development.To help better understand the process of electric vehicle conversions, retrofits, components and more, Shrikant Shinde Founder …

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Rose-Hulman Alumni Duo Brings Strategic Vision and Technology Expertise to the Board

The board added the knowledge, talent and experience of two successful alumni in technology career fields who also have an understanding and appreciation for developing higher education strategies. Kelly (Sullivan) Noel and Koushik Subramanian will begin their terms at the institute this spring. Noel is vice president of the business …

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1st of March. birthdays today

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Today’s Birthdays is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about Kazakh personalities born on March 1. NAMES Soviet and Kazakh scientist, member of Academy of Sciences of Kaz SSR, doctor of science (engineering), professor, laureate of State Prize of Kaz SSR, honored scientist of Kaz SSR Umirbek ZHOLDASBEKOV …

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From Data Engineering to Banking, List of Latest Courses Introduced by IITs This Year

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) has recently launched several long and short courses for students, faculty members as well as working professionals. From data engineering and cloud computing to natural language processing, here is a list of the latest courses introduced by IITs this year. IIT Madras Premier Banker …

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Origin of magnets observed directly for the first time using electron microscopy

The joint development team of Professor Shibata (University of Tokyo), JEOL Ltd. and Monash University succeeded in directly observing an atomic magnetic field, the origin of magnets (magnetic force), for the first time in the world. The observation was made using the new Magnetic Fieldless Atomic Resolution STEM (MARS) (1). …

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Bob Huggins Fish Fry turns 10 with $2.6 million to support the WVU Cancer Institute

Published on 02/23/2022 MORGANTOWN, WV — To celebrate Bob Huggins Fish Fry’s 10th birthday, supporters donated a record $2.65 million to benefit life-saving cancer care and research at the WVU Cancer Institute . Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy (left to right) and University of Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self …

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It’s Blockchain Course Boom Time in India

Job postings saw a 37% annual jump in 2021 and have risen 138% in the three years since August 2018, according to an August 2021 report from job search platform Indeed. The demand for these jobs among Indian software developers has soared 76% annually. Anticipating high demand, leading edtech platforms, …

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The Institute of Space Commerce welcomes Evelyn Miralles, former Chief Engineer at NASA, as a new Fellow

Evelyn Miralles Space Commerce Institute Miralles has a successful track record in creating partnerships and generating initiatives that lead to innovative solutions, to benefit our digitally connected world. We are deeply honored to receive Miralles in our Institute. The presence of Miralles will be fundamental in fomenting concrete actions to …

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Grant Will Fund Crop-to-Food Innovation Undergraduate Training Program | Nebraska today

A research team from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has received a $742,000 grant from the we Department of Agriculture to create the Undergraduate Research and Extension Experiments Program. The five-year Crop-to-Food Innovation program will provide students with 10-week summer research experiences and training in science communication and leadership. The project …

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Yushan Yan elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Yushan Yan, a professor of engineering at the University of Delaware and an expert in electrochemical engineering for sustainability, received one of the highest professional honors in his field upon his recent election to the National Academy of Engineering. Yan is the ninth current College of Engineering faculty member to …

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Research advances AI assistive technology for anesthesiologists | MIT News

A new study by researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) suggests the day is approaching when advanced artificial intelligence systems could help anesthesiologists in the operating room. In a special edition of artificial intelligence in medicine, the team of neuroscientists, engineers and doctors demonstrated a machine learning algorithm …

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Indian students in Qatar achieve top results in IIT-JEE exams

Doha: In the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT-JEE) Joint Entrance Examination recently held, two senior students from India’s MES school excelled in the best engineering entrance exam in India . IIT-JEE is an academic examination held every year and is considered the only prerequisite for admission to Indian Institutes of …

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Provide commission report to Surappa: Madras HC tells TN

The court gave the government two weeks to provide the report to Surappa, who served as VC of the state’s first engineering institute. He also asked Surappa to submit its response within four weeks of reviewing the report so that its response would be part of the proceedings. In making …

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Podcast: Beyond the scope of climate commitments

Published an hour ago Proposed by Schneider-Electric Listed in the Beyond the Scope of Climate Commitments podcast here Beyond the Scope is a new sustainability podcast series from Schneider Electric that brings together sustainability experts and influencers to offer insightful viewpoints on the solutions and decarbonization pathways that lie ahead. …

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The engineering student runs the fastest with a table tennis bat and ball; sets the Guinness World Record

Scoot over, Forrest Gump and his insane table tennis and cross-country running skills, Eshwar N, a mechanical engineering student from Karnataka, set a new Guinness World Record by becoming the fastest to run a mile while controlling the table tennis ball with the bat in mind-blowing 6 minutes 16.53 seconds. …

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Applications invited for 137 assistant vacancies, check vacancies details

IOCL Recruitment: Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL) invites applications for non-executive positions. Selected candidates will work as an engineering assistant and technical assistant position in various locations within the Pipeline Division. Thanks to this recruitment campaign, a total of 137 positions will be filled. Interested candidates can apply online through …

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MIT Press Publications Win 2022 PROSE Category Awards | MIT News

On January 25, the Association of American Publishers announced the finalists and category winners for the 46th annual PROSE Awards for scholarly work published in 2021. Six MIT Press publications were selected as finalists, and four of those titles are winners of the categories. Since 1976, the Association of American …

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DVIDS – News – From HBCU to STEM: Spotlight on NSWC Corona Black History Month Employees

Karon Myles is the Director of the STEM and Naval Engineering Education Consortium (NEEC) at Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Corona. She began her career here in February 1986, when she was hired as a mechanical engineer in the Firing Testing Effectiveness Branch. Less than a year later, she was …

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A Structurlam expert honored for his teaching passion

VANCOUVER — Michelle Kam-Biron, mass timber specialist at Structurlam, has received the Susan M. Frey Educator Award from the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA). Each year, the award highlights an individual who has a sincere interest and extraordinary talent in the effective teaching of practicing structural engineers. The …

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ME/MTech courses are losing their luster as seat vacancy rate is 60-65% over the past three years | Bombay News

Mumbai: A trend reversal seems to be underway in postgraduate technical degrees. Once sought-after courses for engineering graduates, the number of vacancies in Masters of Engineering (ME/MTech) has remained at 60-65% over the past three years. Figures released by the state’s Common Entrance Test (CET) cell reveal that nearly 70% …

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A game changer in water electrolysis technology

image: Block diagram of AEMWE, where the catalyst layer consists of ionomers and catalysts see Following Credit: Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) In recent times, hydrogen has attracted attention as a potential clean energy resource as an alternative to fossil fuels. In particular, there has been active research …

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South Korean Universities to Consider for International Students

The lesson China travel ban and Japan has meant some international students are exploring other study abroad options to avoid stalling. It is no wonder that “South Korean universities for international students” is becoming a trending term. South Korea – neighboring Japan – is one of the most diverse and …

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‘Itty bitty’ falloposcope imaging device first used inside fallopian tubes

Jennifer Barton, director of the BIO5 Institute at the University of Arizona, developed the high-resolution falloposcope. [Photo courtesy of the University of Arizona] After years of development, researchers at the University of Arizona have captured their first images inside the fallopian tubes with a new device that could be used …

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OPPO Research Institute publishes new white paper on zero-power communication – The Island

The OPPO Research Institute has officially released its new White Paper on Zero-Power Communication. The paper examines the technical positioning of Zero-Power Communication technology in the context of current unmet demand in the IoT space while outlining a future roadmap for the technology to grow in coexistence with other communication …

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Havens becomes the new director of the Great Lakes Research Center | News, Sports, Jobs

Garrett Neese/Daily Mining Gazette Timothy Havens, the new director of the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University, stands on an autonomous jetski at the GLRC January 14. The jetski, designed to operate on the high seas, was trained using cameras and GPS to record the jetski as an …

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Tec and DTU join forces in research — Observatory

This article was first published on LOGIN. The development of joint research and innovation projects and the opening of participation to professors, professionals and postgraduate students are the advantages of the agreement between Tec de Monterrey and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) . David Garza, President and Executive Chairman …

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WSP: high performance, low carbon

Using Life Cycle Assessments to Scale Integrated Carbon Reduction Practices for Buildings and Infrastructure Northampton, MA –News Direct– WSP The new Terminal B project with HOK was a 1.3 million square foot airport addition to the existing airport. The project consisted of a central hall, a mother house, pedestrian walkways …

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Alaska scientists study accelerating land subsidence affecting North Slope coastal communities

When a house on Qigalik Avenue in Point Lay was first built, a staircase led from an upstairs door to the ground. Thirty years later, an 8 foot ladder is now required to access the top step of the staircase. “Every year we have to add a step or two …

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Gender stereotypes in computer science and engineering start at age six: study

NNA | Update: January 15, 2022 3:29 p.m. STI Washington [US], Jan 15 (ANI): A recent study by a team of international researchers found that the perception that boys are more interested than girls in computer science and engineering starts as young as six years old.The research was published in …

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Rubber electrolytes produce cheap, reliable and safe EV batteries

Electric vehicles (EVs) require cheaper, more efficient and longer lasting batteries that won’t burst during use or pollute the environment if they are to become widely popular. Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology believe they have identified rubber – a common material – as a possible and beneficial alternative …

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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution shares details of microplastics detection project

Newswise – Woods Hole, MA (January 11, 2022) – Microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic that can be found in the ocean and the atmosphere. Scientists’ current understanding of microplastics is that they are prevalent around the world, but the impact they have on ecosystems and humans is largely unknown. …

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UPSC 2022 OUT Recruitment Notification @ upsc.gov.in, Apply Online for 78 Deputy Editor, Deputy Director and Other Positions

UPSC 2022 recruitment notification for various positions posted on upsc.gov.in. Check the degree, experience, selection criteria and other details here. Created on: Jan 8, 2022 10:17 IST UPSC 2022 Recruitment UPSC 2022 recruitment: The Union Civil Service Commission (UPSC) issued a notification of recruitment for the post of Deputy Editor-in-Chief, …

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AKTU appoints Professor Pradeep Kumar Mishra as new Vice-Chancellor

Professor Pradeep Kumar Mishra has become Vice-Chancellor of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow. Mishra was vice-chancellor of Jharkhand University of Technology, Ranchi. Professor Mishra will replace Professor Vineet Kansal who was given the additional VC charge in August of last year. He has been appointed VC for …

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NITW increases doctoral places from 150 to 200 from this academic year

Warangal: To provide an opportunity for young talents in technical research and other fields, the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal, has increased the number of doctoral students from 150 to 250 from the current academic year. According to NITW Director Prof. NV Ramana Rao, the institute will offer full-time …

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Patiala’s Thapar Institute becomes Covid hotspot as 57 students test positive in 3 days: The Tribune India

Karam PrakashTribune press servicePatiala, December 31 With 42 new cases of corona on Friday, the Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology has already become a cluster of Covid-19. The institute has reported around 57 cases in the past three days. Patiala’s health department informed that all cases were reported to …

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Prominent Philadelphia architect Dan Peter Kopple dies at 87

Dan Peter Kopple, 87, of Chestnut Hill, a prominent and prolific architect who worked on designs for the Philadelphia International Airport, 30th Street Station, the Penn Center, the American Courthouse on the Independence Mall and other iconic buildings and structures in Philadelphia and elsewhere, died Wednesday, December 15, of congestive …

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JEE Main, VITEEE, SRMJEEE, WBJEE; Check the status of the application for admission to engineering

Aspirants who are considering admission to the B.Tech/BE offered by various engineering schools can review the latest updates to the Engineering Admission Application Form. NEW DELHI: Thousands of students aspire to become engineers in India. To do this, they take various exams to be admitted to Bachelors in Technology (BTech) …

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Applications open for a scholarship of Rs 65000 to pursue graduate studies in medicine and engineering

Lotus Petal Foundation, a Gurugram-based NGO, has called for applications for the second Winnie Sun scholarship program for aspiring female students, especially from the weaker economic section, who wish to pursue graduate studies in the fields of medicine, engineering, nursing and pharmacy. The deadline to apply for the scholarship program …

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IIT-M institutes “Surendra and Dorothie Shah Chair”

The prestigious Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IIT-M) creates the “Surendra and Dorothie Shah Chair” with the aim of continuing cutting-edge research in the field of civil engineering materials. The professorial chair is established with the support of Professor Surendra P. Shah, an expert in engineering materials, whose work has set …

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IITs Set New Highs for 2022 Investments

Indian institutes of technology across the country have experienced historic internships this year. From the highest number of vacancies to the highest packages on offer, most IITs have completed their Phase I internships. Here are some important points: IIT Madras The Indian Institute of Technology in Madras saw a historic …

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Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology and Ginkgo Bioworks to Launch Associate Degree in Biotechnology Manufacturing

BOSTON, 20 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT), a private, non-profit university providing affordable education for people seeking technical and business careers, today announced a partnership with Ginkgo Bioworks (NYSE: DNA) to develop an associate’s degree in manufacturing biotechnology. The program will be hosted …

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Two alumni join us in supporting the IIT-K School of Medical Research

The Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur announced the signing of memoranda of understanding with two of its distinguished alumni, Dr Dev Joneja and Hemant Jalan, to support the establishment of the School of Medical Research and Technology (SMRT) at the ‘IIT Kanpur. Dr Dev Joneja and his wife Terri …

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New imaging technique for the early detection of

image: Researchers at SIT, Japan, are proposing a new method to detect the presence of abnormal red blood cells that can allow early diagnosis of the onset of blood damage caused by cardiovascular assistive devices. see Following Credit: Dr Antony P. McNamee from GU, Australia Red blood cells (RBCs) or …

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Launch of the Ecficio entrepreneurship festival

Hyderabad: The annual 2-day entrepreneurship festival, “Ecficio”, is launched at the VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (VNRVJIET). India International Innovation and Invention Expo (INEX 2021) and Global Young Scientist Challenge (GYSC 2021) were also launched during the launch of the fourth hybrid edition of the Fest, “Ecficio …

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7,000 manufacturers of engineered products to hold one-day shutdown | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: Some 7,000 manufacturers of engineering products across Ahmedabad will keep their factories closed on December 20. The Ahmedabad Engineering Manufacturers Association (AEGMA) has extended its support for the national call for the closure of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) by the All India Council of Association of MPMEs …

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NIT Andhra Pradesh to establish renewable energy research hub

The Andhra Pradesh National Institute of Technology is ready to establish a Joint Research and Technological Development Center (CRTDH) in the renewable energy sector. The hub, says the NIT, will offer assistance in solving technological problems for micro and small businesses by increasing their efficiency. It will also help MSMEs …

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Columbia Students Shine in 2022 Rhodes, Mitchell Scholars

Colombia News produces a newsletter every two weeks (subscribe here!) In this edition you will find rewards and milestones from November 12 to December 9, 2021. Got an award or milestone that you would like to see featured in the newsletter or an online article? Please send an e-mail to …

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Former Malayala Manorama Design Coordinator Anoop Ramakrishnan Dies at 52 | Kerala News

Kozhikode: leading visual designer and Manorama malayala the 52-year-old former design coordinator Anoop Ramakrishnan, of “Sarovaram” in Pavangad, is no more. He was Director and Creative Director of Mindway Design. He was instrumental in experimenting with new techniques in newspaper design, typography and graphic design. He has made very notable …

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DNA storage is accelerating, why has it become so popular?

On December 2, we told you that Microsoft Research has developed a new method that allows it to read and write much faster in DNA format. In the last month or so, three more new developments have emerged in DNA storage. Scientists at the Center for Synthetic Biology at Northwestern …

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Grad aims to improve the health of Indigenous people

December 3, 2021 Editor’s Note: This story is one in a series of profiles of notable fall 2021 graduates. Perhaps because her parents were the first responders on the reservation where she grew up in Tuba City, Arizona, or perhaps because Indigenous people are disproportionately affected by the disease, Ashley …

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USC Collaboration Helps FaceBase Reach 1,000 Dataset Milestone – USC Viterbi

The 1,000th dataset, produced at USC, analyzed the transcriptomes of cells in developing mouse cranial sutures. Image courtesy of Cristina Williams / USC Information Sciences Institute The rapid technological development of the past decade has enabled scientists to generate more data than ever before. At the same time, increased calls …

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IIT Tirupati opens recruitment for professor position with salary up to Rs. 1,01,500

Hyderabad: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Tirupati is seeking to recruit faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level and has placed an advertisement for the same. The faculty requirement is in various departments, including chemical engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, mathematics and statistics, physics, and the humanities …

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Coming Soon A Course On The Indian Knowledge System In Engineering Schools | India News

NEW DELHI: Engineering institutes will soon introduce an elective credit course on the Indian knowledge system with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) commissioning a textbook to be prepared by a faculty member of the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. The Ministry of Education is also setting up …

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Regulation of receptors and ligands in immune cells: A

image: neuraminidase suppresses autoimmune arthritis and encephalomyelitis by inhibiting the activity of dendritic cells and osteoclasts through the elimination of sialic acid, thus exposing the asialo-biantennial N-glycan (NA2) and generating inhibitory signals via the dendritic cell immunoreceptor (DCIR). seen Following Credit: Yoichiro Iwakura from Tokyo University of Science Immune cells …

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Virginia Tech Researcher Takes on Restoration of Florida Everglades with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine | VTx

Now in its ninth iteration, the committee continues to work with several federal and state agencies, including the US Army Corps of Engineers and the South Florida Water Management District. Walters has been appointed to six of the nine NASEM committees, including the current one, which held its first meeting …

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University of Washington joins international effort to support data science research and training in Africa

The University of Washington at St. Louis is joining a major international effort to advance data science, catalyze innovation and spur health discovery across Africa. Researchers at the School of Medicine are awarded one of 19 scholarships that will support data science research and training activities in Africa. Researchers will …

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Institute to Host Meeting with Ohio County Engineers and Other Transportation Executives | New

ATHENS – The Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University is working with county engineers from across the state to discuss how the college can support infrastructure research and deployment through Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment (ORITE). According to a press release from the university, …

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New Imaging Technology Developed By UCLA Research Team May Reduce Need For Skin Biopsies

Instead of surgically taking a skin sample, sending it to a lab, and waiting several days for the results, your dermatologist takes photos of a suspicious-looking lesion and quickly produces a detailed microscopic image of the skin. This could become routine in clinics, the result of a new “virtual histology” …

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Ikoyi Building: structural engineers blame collapse of original design change

Onwuamaeze dike The Nigerian Institution of Structural Engineers (NIStructE) attributed the cause of the building collapse on Gerald Road, Ikoyi, Lagos State, on November 1, to several variations from the original design of the building which was originally to be of six floors, but was later increased to 21 floors. …

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Cultural divide between IT and OT teams prevents 65% of organizations from having a unified cybersecurity strategy, according to Ponemon survey sponsored by Dragos

State of Industrial Cybersecurity report reveals that only 21% of organizations have reached full maturity for ICS / OT cybersecurity and regularly update C-suite and board on state of OT cybersecurity HANOVER, Maryland, November 10, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Dragos, Inc., the global leader in cybersecurity for industrial control systems …

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Three to Captain Women’s Basketball in 21-22

By: Kevin Beattie, Associate Sporting Director History links TROY, NY – The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) women’s basketball team will be led by a trio of senior student-athletes for the 2021-22 season, head coach John greene announced. Tina Heer, Brielle sharry and Emily Vallee are the team captains of the …

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KLA Corporation Opens New Artificial Intelligence Advanced Computing Laboratory at Indian Institute of Technology Madras Research Park

KLA, a Fortune 500 company with more than 12,000 employees worldwide, is a leading provider of process control and process activation solutions for the global semiconductor and electronics industry. At KLA India, engineers, data scientists and problem solvers design solutions that improve the performance of KLA’s process control products and …

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NEO Battery Materials Appoints University of Toronto Professors Mohini Sain and Ning Yan to Science Advisory Board

Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – October 29, 2021) – NEO Battery Materials Ltd. (TSX Venture Exchange: NBM) (OTCQB: FFNB) (“NEO“or the”Society“) is pleased to announce that the company has appointed Dr. Mohini Sain and Dr. Ning Yan of the University of Toronto to the Scientific Advisory Board. About …

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Those celebrating Pakistan’s T20 World Cup victory will face sedition charges: Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the sedition law would be invoked against those celebrating Pakistan’s victory over India. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath laying the foundation stone for various projects in Gorakhpur (PTI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said sedition law would be invoked against those …

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HiberCell and the Strasbourg Institute of Precision Medicine Release Data and Machine Learning Approach on Causal Biology of Severe COVID-19

NEW YORK, October 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – HiberCell, a clinical-stage biotechnology company that develops therapies to treat cancer relapses and metastases, and its academic collaborators in Strasbourg (France) published data from a study focused on defining the biological networks believed to be responsible for severe and often fatal …

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CSIR NEERI Recruitment: Apply for the position of Project Assistant, Project Associate at www.neeri.res.in.

CSIR NEERI recruitment: The National Environmental Engineering Research Institute of CSIR (NEERI) has issued a recruitment notification under which candidates will be hired for the positions of Project Assistant and Project Associate.Also Read – UP Assistant Professor Exam 2021: UPHESC Publishes Admission Card on uphesconline.org | Direct link here Eligible …

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