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How to develop a business page on LinkedIn to promote your organisation and post task openings

How to develop a business page on LinkedIn to promote your...

If you have a business, a LinkedIn company page can be a useful tool to provide information about your business and give people a central location to view job opportunities. Before you get started, however, keep in mind that you'll need to have an existing LinkedIn account and use the desktop version of the site…
Researchers produce velvety butter-like spread that’s 80% water

Researchers produce velvety butter-like spread that’s 80% water

It's not butter, but it feels like it. Jason Koski/Cornell University Cornell scientists have invented a low-calorie butter-like spread that's made up of 80% water and 20% oil. What should we call this magnificent marvel of modern science? Butter-ish? Butteresque? No Butters About It? The low-calorie spread is made using a high-internal phase emulsions process, also…
This app utilizes AI and ASMR to develop customized meditations

This app utilizes AI and ASMR to develop customized meditations

Mindwell, a meditation app that layers tones and frequencies with spoken guidance, launched an in-app AI predictive engine on Friday. Mindwell competes in the same meditation app space carved out by Headspace (launched in 2010 and valued at $320 million in 2017) and Calm (launched in 2012 and valued at $1 billion in February). According…
Researchers produce material that smells much better the more you sweat

Researchers produce material that smells much better the more you sweat

Eliminate sweat stink locked in your gym clothes. Orangetheory It isn't a sure-fire way to make your sweaty gym clothes smell like roses, but a new fabric might be able to give off a pleasant lemony aroma at the very least. Processes already exist to embed fabric with scents like those from aromatherapy essential oils,…
Scientists create contact lenses that zoom if you blink twice

Scientists create contact lenses that zoom if you blink twice

Enhance! Thomas Trutschel It is absolutely the stuff of science fiction: a contact lens that zooms on your command. But scientists at the University of California San Diego have gone ahead and made it a reality. They've created a contact lens, controlled by eye movements, that can zoom in if you blink twice. How is…
How to produce a custom-made timeline in Google Docs utilizing the ‘Drawing’ tool, for work discussions and more

How to produce a custom-made timeline in Google Docs utilizing the...

If you need to make a timeline graphic for a work or school presentation, but you don't want to download anything or pay to create it, you're in luck: There is a way to use Google Docs to get it done. Creating a timeline from scratch will require a bit of time and effort on…
3 tech officers who attempted to produce brand-new smart device and PC os describe why Huawei’s strategy to develop an Android replacement will be practically difficult (AAPL, GOOGL, FB)

3 tech officers who attempted to produce brand-new smart device and...

Huawei's plan to replace Google's Android with its own homegrown operating system may well prove to be mission impossible. Building the software itself likely won't prove all that difficult, say former executives who have experience with alternative operating systems. The real trouble Huawei will face will be in trying to replicate the kinds of apps,…
Researchers Produce Tectonic Map Of ‘Video Game of Thrones’ World

Researchers Produce Tectonic Map Of ‘Video Game of Thrones’ World

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The beaches of Dragonstone are actually the Cretaceous-Paleocene Zumaia-Flysch cliffs. HBO The successful TV series Game of Thrones, based on the novels by Fantasy-author George R.R. Martin, featured also a lot of geology. Filming locations included the mountain of Kirkjufell in Iceland for the reign of…
Researchers Produce Tectonic Map of ‘Video Game of Thrones’ Continents

Researchers Produce Tectonic Map of ‘Video Game of Thrones’ Continents

Scientists are among the millions of die-hard Game of Thrones fans digesting the show's finale. The striking landscape of Game of Thrones has led some researchers to build climate simulations that explain the erratic seasons depicted in the show, and others to piece together the geological history. Inspired by this work, we have built the…
Develop a ‘Noticing Wall’ for Your Kid

Develop a ‘Noticing Wall’ for Your Kid

Photo: Michelle Woo A while ago, my mother-in-law bought some math and reading workbooks for my six-year-old daughter. When I asked my daughter if she wanted to check them out, she just looked at the big, intimidating stack and said, “No thanks.” That was fine—she’s in kindergarten and I wasn’t about to push it. Later,…

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