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US filmmaker repeatedly detained at border
One of the more extreme government abuses of the post-9/11 era targets U.S. citizens re-entering their own country, and it has received far too little attention.
Mr. Saladmaster still true to his craft
Chris Nahatis of Manchester is the longtime face and voice of Saladmaster. He is in his shop in Manchester in the home where he grew up.
No Forensic Background? No Problem
The "Forensic Consultant" certificate journalism grad student Leah Bartos received after watching 90 minutes of video instruction, taking a 100-question test and paying $495 to the American College of Forensic Examiners International Inc. (Photo ...
How mobility is stressing the chip industry
Qualcomm (s qcom) last week said it was having problems finding enough capacity to manufacture chips designed for mobile phones, something that's likely to become more common as the physics that govern how we make semiconductors buckles under ...
A Noble Betrayal
His sense was humor was decent for a scientist - especially for an applied nonmetal materials engineer. In the course of many long, late nights in her advisor's Building 66 lab, Chloe had heard about Dan - that he was fun to work with.
Silicon Graphics International CFO James Wheat quits
Before that he was CFO of Asyst Technologies Inc. for 15 months. In the past he worked at Solectron Corp. and Xerox Corp. (NYSE: XRX) His salary at SGI will be $350,000, and he'll be eligible for a “quarterly target bonus” of $56,875.
How to corner the MEMS market
Today, plasmas - gases with ionized, or electrically charged, atoms - are used in MEMS and microchip manufacture to both deposit materials and to etch patterns into them. But precisely controlling the plasmas is one of the manufacturing problems that ...
Doodling for Dollars
Others, like vacation-rental company HomeAway Inc. and retailer Zappos, are hiring graphic recorders, consultants who sketch what is discussed at meetings and conferences, cartoon-style, to keep employees engaged.
Studying the effects of coconuts being made into biofuel
I could then see how it could be applied to other communities.” Now back on campus, Agarwal is happy to be back among her classmates whom she calls eclectic, sharp and wonderfully warm and welcoming.
Donations from Community Giving at MIT advance work of nonprofits and volunteers
With the help of the Community Service Fund, Amphibious Achievement increased in size, expanding from a 15-person program to the current 69-person program.