Science & Technology

Roommates, Have you ever texted in to vote for your favorite contestant during a live show? How about hopping on a call from your computer? If so, you can thank the brilliant innovator that we’re celebrating today, Dr. Marian Croak, who happens to be one of only two Black women in the National Inventors Hall […]

Port Charlotte, Fla.— The Florida Department of Health in Charlotte County (DOH-Charlotte) will be participating in and/or hosting multiple events, including: Sunlight Mission Health Fair and Cookout – March 25th 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Charlotte County Library – Free STI testing, Narcan kits, and education Easter Event / Safe Kids Day – […]

More than 1,000 artificial intelligence experts, researchers and backers have joined a call for an immediate pause on the creation of “giant” AIs for at least six months, so the capabilities and dangers of systems such as GPT-4 can be properly studied and mitigated. The demand is made in an open letter signed by major […]

THE LONG RECKONING: A Story of War, Peace, and Redemption in Vietnam, by George Black The lore of American military logistics celebrates triumphs of sustainment. Take the Civil War “Cracker Line,” a network of wagon roads and pontoon bridges opened in October 1863, which supplied the besieged federal forces at Chattanooga, Tenn.; the Red Ball […]

The University’s Black Student Union recently hosted a “Black Girls Rock” luncheon to recognize the achievements of members of the University community while offering inspiration, support, and a fun way to bring Chargers together. March 30, 2023 By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications The luncheon brought together students for a celebration of Black […]

Agency 01/04/2023 47 views 1 likes ESA is excited to announce a revolutionary new technology that could bring luck to people all over the world: four-leaf clover detection from space. The project, named LCP⁴ (Lucky Clover Project quadrupled), utilises state-of-the-art satellite technology combined with artificial intelligence, machine learning and quantum computing to create a new […]

11-MW battery will operate alongside existing solar facility Both are located inside the site boundary of Camp Lejeune on leased land   CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy is expanding its battery storage capabilities in North Carolina and has begun commercial operation of the state’s largest battery system, an 11-MW project […]

This story is the fourth in a four-part series exploring the role of the Institutional Review Board at the University of Utah. Find Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here. In this series we’ve often talked about “The IRB” in a way that makes it sound almost monolithic . . .

In an unprecedented settlement, the city of Philadelphia has agreed to pay $9.25 million to 343 protesters who were injured by police violence during the 2020 protests for racial justice. The announcement comes on the heels of another landmark settlement, reached earlier this month by New York City and the New York Police Department, which allocated

Associate Professor and recently named Trevor J. McMinn Research Professor of Biology Jamie Voyles has traveled the world to study diseases in wild animals. “It was an incredible honor to receive the McMinn Professorship,” Voyles said. “It’s important to continue to recognize women in science and to recognize science that may not be in the […]

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