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MIT Design Lab and Puma Testing Shoes That Use Bacteria to Sense Fatigue Levels

MIT Design Lab and Puma have teamed up to develop shoes that adapt to your feet. Using bacteria, the insoles sense fatigue levels based on sweat. The shoe fabric ventilates based on heat patterns in the foot. According to MIT Design Lab, the design team aims to make athletic gear highly adaptable, personalized, and future-proof. […]

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Dedication of Jack Musich Mural “Meyer’s Pond” at Village Hall 7 PM Friday, April 20, 2018

On Friday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. the Arlington Heights Arts Commission will dedicate a new mural of “Meyer’s Pond” on the second floor of Village Hall, 33 South Arlington Heights Road. The mural represents an important piece of Arlington Heights’ history. “Meyer’s Pond” was located roughly where Village Hall, the new police station and […]

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Fox News Tucker Carlson: Is college still worth it?

Tucker: For our physicians, engineers and research scientists, college is essential and still worth it. But what about your average sociology or political science major? College is expensive and costs keep rising. MORE INFO BELOW ADS … ^^ MOBILE? USE VOICE MIC ^^  facebook …  GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/ArlingtonCardinal GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/CardinalEmergencies GET ALERTS […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Announces New iPad, Updated iWork Apps at Lane Tech College Prep High School Event

Tech giant Apple with CEO Tim Cook the keynote speaker made a big announcement in Chicago at Lane Tech High School Tuesday, and ABC 7 Chicago interviewed South Middle School Jennifer Smith for her reaction. On a drizzly March day in Chicago, Apple employees dressed in green and yellow — Lane Tech’s school colors — […]

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You Can Now Clone Your Dog or Cat with Viagen Pets Service

Dog or cat owners can order a biopsy kit and have a vet collect a tissue sample, which is preserved and applied to a surrogate mother at a later date. Genetic preservation, the act of collecting a tissue sample and preserving it for a future date costs $1,600. Cloning — the act of replacing the […]

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Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay Set to Close by University of Chicago

WISN 12 New featuring Yerkes Observatory with the largest refracting telescope in the world in 2013. The Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, owned by the University of Chicago is set for closure. University of Chicago is scheduled to cease operations at the 100 year-old observatory on October 1, 2018. Currently, there is no information […]

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VIDEO: SpaceX Celebrates Successful Falcon Heavy Rocket Launch from the Apollo 11 Launch Pad, Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX is celebrating its historic launch of the world’s most powerful rocket. Falcon Heavy launched into space carrying a cherry red convertible. CBS News Manuel Bojorquez reports. Falcon Heavy is a two-stage launch vehicle equal to eighteen Boeing 747s at takeoff. The launch vehicle uses three cores with nine engines for a total of 27 […]

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The Robot Revolution: The New Age of Manufacturing | WSJ Moving Upstream | Plus Cobots and Humanoid Robots

Hundreds of millions of jobs affected. Trillions of dollars of wealth created. These are the potential impacts of a coming wave of automation. In this episode of Moving Upstream, we travelled to Asia to see the next generation of industrial robots, what they’re capable of, and whether they’re friend or foe to low-skilled workers.  facebook […]

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Astronomical Winter Arrives Today at 10:28 AM CST with the Winter Solstice and the Harp Twins

The Winter Solstice is associated the shortest daylight hours of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and occurs this year at 10:28 a.m. CST. Due to the tilt of the earth’s axis and the position of the earth in orbit, the northern hemisphere is tilted further from the sun, and the southern hemisphere is tilted […]

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Top Scenic Pictures of the Week — Chicagoland

The Most Beautiful Scenic Pictures of the Week — Chicagoland sunsets, sunrises, skylines and more. Millennium Park pic.twitter.com/CPixewKZFc — Jessyca Malina (@jessycamalina) December 20, 2017 Tuesday Morning Along Chicago's Lakefront #ilwx #news #weather #chicago pic.twitter.com/VIR9jaa64L — Barry Butler (@barrybutler9) December 19, 2017 The Chicago skyline never gets old! pic.twitter.com/nsuTY8iSCz — Hyatt Centric CHI (@HyattCentricCHI) December […]

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Bat Locator App Will Make You a Citizen Scientist, Brings High Frequency Bat Sounds to Human Hearing Range

Citizen scientists who voluntarily collect and record data on bats, birds, frogs or other animals, have a new tool from a Boston-based company, Wildlife Acoustics, for finding bats. Danielle Gustafson, Board Member at Bat Conservation International, explains bat echolocation detection, which is facilitated by a technology company known as Wildlife Acoustics. The app with its […]

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Could Quantum Computers Overcome the Encryption Keys that Police Use to Prevent Eavesdropping on Police Communications?

Motorola, the main supplier of encrypted radios for police departments has reported for years that it is impossible to break their 256-bit key Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) feature. Their claim is that encryption keys are very complex and can change daily. Claims are made that breaking the AES 256 code with brute force could take […]

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