I am happy to announce the fifth year of Ohio Wesleyan University’s REU program in scientific computation, with projects in astronomy, computer science, mathematics, and physics. Attached is a flyer with information for you to share with students in your department. We hope that you will encourage your students to consider our program..
There only one thing that makes me hungrier than fasting on Yom Kippur: bike rides. Since food is fuel, you want to make sure you have something substantial stashed either in your fanny pack or basket. Carbohydrates are a great source of energy, so now your chance to cosplay as a triathlete by triumphantly announcing you are pre or mid ride.
Eighty six years after Dachau opened as a concentration camp, few want to be associated with this infamous place. Today, the nearby town boasts one of the lowest unemployment rates in Germany and has many historical sites, but very few of the multitudes of daily visitors to the memorial site show any interest in exploring the town, which is also known for its inexpensive housing. Most of the local women prefer to give birth in another city so that their children will not bear the stigma of having Dachau as their place of birth..
Come and celebrate the youth power with News 24’s Jashn e Youngistan. News24 is taking a unique initiative to appreciate and encourage the dynamic young power of the country as it is the youth in whose hands lie the future of a nation. Your very own channel News 24 will be honouring and appreciating the youth power from the platform of its conclave Jashn e Youngistan on 24th November 2018..
In the first such trial, Google has donated five pairs of its Glass eyewear to Newcastle University to allow researchers to test how the devices could be used to support people with chronic conditions.”Google Glass opens up a new space for exploring the design and development of wearable systems. The beauty of this research project is we are designing the apps and systems for Glass in collaboration with the users so the resulting applications should exactly meet their needs,” lead researcher John Vines explained.The team has been working with a group of Parkinson’s volunteers aged between 46 70 years. They are working on the new technology to provide discreet prompts linked to key behaviours typical of Parkinson’s, such as reminding the individual to speak up or to swallow to prevent drooling.Glass can also be used as a personal reminder for things such as medication and appointments.