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Dr. John Licato, our new CS Faculty at IPFW, programmed these Robots and will present a paper in Japan in September, 2015!  We are so honored and excited to have him here with us!
A king is seeking a new advisor, and to do so he invites three wise men to his castle. He tells them he will place a hat on each of their heads that will be either white or blue, and at least one of the hats will be blue. The wise men must work out the color of their own hat they are wearing without talking to each other to become the advisor. After a few minutes of sitting in silence, one of the wise men stands up and guesses correctly.
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(WHNT) -  College application deadlines are approaching, and students are working on more than just their application essay. They're turning to social media to make sure they're putting their best ...
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The BLS states, that in 2018, more than 40% of jobs will be filled by someone who studied computer science, information systems, or technology in college.  The remaining 60% will still need to have some type of experience writing code.
 
Reason #2: Knowledge is power.
The advent of services like Squarespace has an increasing number of people asking whether learning code is still a worthwhile endeavor. The potential answers—like good code—pertain to the things that may not be readily apparent, but make all the difference in the world: what you need, what you love, and what will best serve you at the end of the day.
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Freshman Fest tomorrow! Lots of fun things to see & do. Wear your walking shoes & bring your appetite for free food. Last chance for advising & course changes before Monday!
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Scientists create nanotubes that suck water from air..

We know that, water is very essential to our life. Especially in desert areas, water is a demand one. So, researchers from the Rice University considering the life of the Stenocara beetle in the desert areas and they noticed how that kind of beetles survives in the desert.

These kind of beetles stretches its wings and by the help of this they collect the water from the morning fog and so the beetles survives its life by this manner. The same concept is used in this nanotubes. The top of the nanotubes attracts water from the air. The bottom of the nanotube repels water. The combination traps water inside each tube for later extraction. This process doesn’t require any energy at all..

Consider areas of the world where water is scarce (and becoming more scarce thanks to climate change). What if we could grow a large forest of carbon nanotubes that collect water from the air? Of course, because carbon nanotubes are so small, it would take a lot of them, and a lot of work, to make something like that a reality. However, it’s not unthinkable that we might be able to create a cup with a nanotube forest inside it, perhaps for those adventurers brave enough to go into the desert alone.

http://www.dvice.com/2014-6-12/scientists-create-nanotubes-suck-water-air

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http://news.rice.edu/2014/06/11/nanotube-forests-drink-water-from-arid-air/

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We're hurtling towards the future faster than we can imagine. While most of us don't usually think about it, as our cars, trains, planes, ships and lord knows what else all get faster, they're going to face increasingly higher stress levels and will need to withstand higher and higher impact collisions safely. That's where Nikhil Gupta, an Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the New York University Polytechnic Institute...
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Mr. David Kimmey, Master's of Applied Computer Science student, has been selected for the presigious Graduate Research Assistantship for the university!  He will do great things!
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You can order at the bakery case, or order from them menu at the door... its really sort of confusing the first time you go there. I couldn't figure out if it was a cafeteria, or what. Just go with the flow and ask someone! The tomato basil soup was really good as was the break. I had the turkey, bacon sandwich. Everything was good, but on the higher priced side of "deli."
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Organic, fresh food in the restaurant. Well done, Chef. Highly trained and delightful staff. Huge international clientele, mostly male with a few families. Awesome pools, pretty and comfortable. Rooms odor free and reliable high comfort standards! Can't say enough about getting fresh vegetables while traveling! Plus, the owner was on site today when an elevator had an issue. Things are addressed immediately here!
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Take International Drive!!! Don't take I-4. It backs up for miles with anxious tourists who are just crazy & impatient!!!!! If you do, keep left on the exit ramp. If you cant get over to eventually turn right, go left $ find a place to make a safe turn around & go back.
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Josh was the most helpful rep! So patient and he just has the experience and knowledge to get you into just the right apartment! We are so happy!
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