Month: December 2018

Virtual Reality Helps Students Understand The Reality Of Ocean Acidification

December 4th, 2018 by Steve Hanley  Virtual reality can be so much more than another device that lets young males carve each other up in interesting new ways in combat-themed video games. Researchers at Stanford and the University of Oregon have created a VR presentation they call the Stanford Ocean Acidification Experience and presented it …

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10 useful and free networking tools that are Windows 10 apps

Networking tools for Windows are typically command-line programs or desktop applications. Under Windows 10, there’s a third format: apps that you download from the online Microsoft Store. Here we’re highlighting 10 networking tools that are available in the Microsoft Store and can be pinned as tile icons on the Windows 10 Start menu for convenient …

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Servelec and Totalmobile developing new EPR and social care apps

Healthcare workers using Servelec’s Mosaic and Rio clinical systems will be able to access information from their mobile device following an extended partnership with Totalmobile. The companies are developing a suite of role-based applications that will allow users of Servelec’s electronic patient record (EPR) and social care  products to work off their tablets and smartphones, rather …

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Trump Administration Attacks Cleantech Policies 90% Of Americans Support — #Not #Smart

Air Quality Published on December 4th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan December 4th, 2018 by Zachary Shahan  Apparently, Donald Trump isn’t unpopular enough. His latest attempt to woo the American public (aside from attacking US heroes and his longtime right-hand man) is for his administration to hate on US government support for true energy independence, …

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Coal Is On The Way Out — Natural Gas Is Next

Batteries Published on December 3rd, 2018 | by George Harvey December 3rd, 2018 by George Harvey  Shortly after reading Tina Casey’s CleanTechnica article, “New Report Outlines Investor Risk of Supporting Coal Power,” I found myself looking at the November edition of the EIA’s Monthly Energy Review. Of course, I found myself connecting the two. As …

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Tesla Chair & Tesla Model 3 Led Tesla Headlines In November — #Pravduh November Report

Cars Published on December 3rd, 2018 | by Chanan Bos December 3rd, 2018 by Chanan Bos  Intro The number of articles about Tesla this past week and even this past month is quite low. Nonetheless, we do see something unusual in the raw data that you don’t see on any of the charts. One of …

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