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New job board to increase STEM careers in agriculture

New job board to increase STEM careers in agriculture

Western Growers has released a Careers in Ag Job Center for careers related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics in agriculture. There are 60,000 job openings in agriculture annually, and only 35,000 graduates to fill them, according to the U.S....

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Hill showcases STEM job opportunities | News

Hill showcases STEM job opportunities | News

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — Future Air Force scientists and engineers visited Hill recently during a Science & Engineering Palace Acquire Operational Training Assignment, which involved a base tour and briefings on Hill’s science and engineering workplaces Sept....

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STEM Picks Up STEAM

STEM Picks Up STEAM

IN 2015, SPEAKING ABOUT THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION, President Barack Obama proclaimed that science “is more than a school subject, or the periodic table or the properties of waves. It is … a critical way to understand and explore and engage with the world.” According to...

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Orlando: A Prime Destination for a STEM Workforce

Orlando: A Prime Destination for a STEM Workforce

Scientific teams are more diverse than ever and are often populated by people of varying ages. Understanding how to modify management styles according to the needs of different generations ensures enhanced group productivity, creativity, and collaboration. So whether...

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How Sales became a STEM Job

How Sales became a STEM Job

Manufacturing leaders repeatedly identify the skills gap as the most urgent problem facing U.S. manufacturing today. According to Deloitte, by 2025 about two million manufacturing jobs will be unfilled because employers will not be able to find enough qualified...

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Medical Sensors Market in Fast Growth Mode

Medical Sensors Market in Fast Growth Mode

By now we’ve all heard how important science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is for the jobs of the future. But there are certain jobs that are more people than technology focused, right? Well, maybe not. While traditional selling tactics...

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Is College Really Worth It?

Is College Really Worth It?

Currently, the Medical Sector is ready to accept any and every form of technological advancement that can make treatment methodologies better for them. Owing to this fact, one can confidently say that the future looks bright for the Global Medical Sensors Market....

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Saturn’s Moon Looks Ocean Habitable

Saturn’s Moon Looks Ocean Habitable

The new head of U.S. Cyber Command at the National Security Agency says he is prioritizing recruiting cyber security professionals, a profession experts say the world could soon see a shortage of. Now, a group of high school and middle school students are being taught...

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Crickets – the New Protein

Crickets – the New Protein

Currently, the Medical Sector is ready to accept any and every form of technological advancement that can make treatment methodologies better for them. Owing to this fact, one can confidently say that the future looks bright for the Global Medical Sensors Market....

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The Surprising Science of Alpha Males

The Surprising Science of Alpha Males

KANSAS CITY — Earlier this year a study published in the Journal of the International Union of Crystallography investigated the structure of milk protein crystals found inside baby Pacific beetle cockroaches and found it may serve as a potential protein supplement for...

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Space Force – the 6th (and Newest) Military Branch

Space Force – the 6th (and Newest) Military Branch

In this fascinating look at the "alpha male," primatologist Frans de Waal explores the privileges and costs of power while drawing surprising parallels between how humans and primates choose their leaders. His research reveals some of the unexpected capacities of...

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Scientists find a second ‘brain’ in the gut.

Scientists find a second ‘brain’ in the gut.

President Donald Trump appeared to sign an executive order directing the Pentagon to create a new ”Space Force,” a move that could radically transform the U.S. military by pulling space functions variously owned by the Air Force, Navy and other military branches into...

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Why AI Won’t Overtake the World, but Is Worth Watching

Why AI Won’t Overtake the World, but Is Worth Watching

IN 2015, SPEAKING ABOUT THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION, President Barack Obama proclaimed that science “is more than a school subject, or the periodic table or the properties of waves. It is … a critical way to understand and explore and engage with the world.” According to...

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First 3D Printed Human Corneas

First 3D Printed Human Corneas

Scientific teams are more diverse than ever and are often populated by people of varying ages. Understanding how to modify management styles according to the needs of different generations ensures enhanced group productivity, creativity, and collaboration. So whether...

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Are You An Aspirational Recycler? That’s Not A Compliment

Are You An Aspirational Recycler? That’s Not A Compliment

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — Future Air Force scientists and engineers visited Hill recently during a Science & Engineering Palace Acquire Operational Training Assignment, which involved a base tour and briefings on Hill’s science and engineering workplaces Sept....

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Should I become a specialist or a generalist?

Should I become a specialist or a generalist?

Western Growers has released a Careers in Ag Job Center for careers related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics in agriculture. There are 60,000 job openings in agriculture annually, and only 35,000 graduates to fill them, according to the U.S....

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Email—yes, email—is the next great media platform.

Email—yes, email—is the next great media platform.

Scientific teams are more diverse than ever and are often populated by people of varying ages. Understanding how to modify management styles according to the needs of different generations ensures enhanced group productivity, creativity, and collaboration. So whether...

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Top 10 Wearable Devices

Top 10 Wearable Devices

The first human corneas have been 3D printed by scientists at Newcastle University, UK. It means the technique could be used in the future to ensure an unlimited supply of corneas. As the outermost layer of the human eye, the cornea has an important role in focusing...

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Cruz foam from shrimp shells could keep beaches clean

Cruz foam from shrimp shells could keep beaches clean

Since the 17th century we’ve been strapping bits and pieces to our bodies in pursuit of technological nirvana. Wearable technology is arguably the most exciting area of consumer technology at the moment, but its beginnings go a lot further back than you might expect....

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This is What Work Will be Like for the Class of 2018

This is What Work Will be Like for the Class of 2018

Since the 17th century we’ve been strapping bits and pieces to our bodies in pursuit of technological nirvana. Wearable technology is arguably the most exciting area of consumer technology at the moment, but its beginnings go a lot further back than you might expect....

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This App Delivers Leftover Food to the Hungry

This App Delivers Leftover Food to the Hungry

Beaches need a break from plastic and careless people. Until then, a startup in California has an idea for a bio-version of Styrofoam, made from shrimp shells. Cruz Foam, of Santa Cruz, California, had "the most unusual idea" among a list of startups pitching...

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The Future of Healthcare: Mobile Apps

The Future of Healthcare: Mobile Apps

Goodr has created a system that has diverted nearly a million pounds of food in Atlanta from landfills–and into kitchens. Source: Read the full article at https://www.fastcompany.com/40562448/this-app-delivers-leftover-food-to-the-hungry-instead-of-the-trash

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The $1Billion Company Building Wearable AI for the Blind

The $1Billion Company Building Wearable AI for the Blind

If you’re waiting for the impact that medical apps will have on patients and society at large, then wait no longer. That future is here right now, as medical apps have already initiated a huge sea change in how patients relate to doctors, and vice versa. Source:  Read...

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Why Health Isn’t Digital

Why Health Isn’t Digital

Goodr has created a system that has diverted nearly a million pounds of food in Atlanta from landfills–and into kitchens. Source: Read the full article at https://www.fastcompany.com/40562448/this-app-delivers-leftover-food-to-the-hungry-instead-of-the-trash

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11 Wild Predictions Elon Musk has Made about the Future

11 Wild Predictions Elon Musk has Made about the Future

Elon Musk's aerospace company, SpaceX, launched a Falcon 9 rocket at 12:33 a.m. ET on Tuesday. The launch is the company's 50th of Falcon 9 since the rocket first flew in June 2010. The mission flew a bus-size satellite to an orbit 22,300 miles above Earth. While much...

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Submarine Drones – Shipwrecks – Amazing Finds

Submarine Drones – Shipwrecks – Amazing Finds

Killer robots, electric jets, and living on Mars. These are just a few of the things that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the future holds.  Here's a look at some of his boldest predictions about what's to come. All forms of transport will eventually become...

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Why You Should Grow a Lawn for Bees

Why You Should Grow a Lawn for Bees

Elon Musk's aerospace company, SpaceX, launched a Falcon 9 rocket at 12:33 a.m. ET on Tuesday. The launch is the company's 50th of Falcon 9 since the rocket first flew in June 2010. The mission flew a bus-size satellite to an orbit 22,300 miles above Earth. While much...

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8 Jobs Every Company will be Hiring for by 2020

8 Jobs Every Company will be Hiring for by 2020

Killer robots, electric jets, and living on Mars. These are just a few of the things that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the future holds.  Here's a look at some of his boldest predictions about what's to come. All forms of transport will eventually become...

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The Business Case for Mentoring Veterans

The Business Case for Mentoring Veterans

Americans tend to differ over the best career advice to give high school students, with younger adults urging them to follow their dreams and older Americans telling them they should enter occupations in the fields of science, technology, engineering and...

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