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Paper trail
According to the Global Wallcoverings Association, global wallpaper sales increased by 10 per cent in 2010, and a 2011 report by Global Industry Analysts Inc predicts that the wall coverings market will reach $26bn by 2015 as more people look to ...
Maria Montessori: guru for a new generation of business innovators
“Larry and Sergey” are Mr. Page and Mr. Brin, the co-founders of Google, and Montessori refers to the unconventional education system that the Italian physician Dr.
First hint of Majorana fermions spotted in nanowires
Physicists in the Netherlands say that they have found the first evidence for the existence of "Majorana fermions" - particles that are their own antiparticles.
Tropical Depression: Your Saltwater Fish Tank May Be Killing the Ocean
But they're killing the coral reefs," says S�ren Hansen a co-founder of Sea and Reef Aquaculture, LLC, in Franklin, Me.
Single-Cell Level Systems Biology
Organizers: Andrea Califano (Columbia University), Manuel Duval (Network Therapeutics Inc.), Aris Economides (Regeneron Pharmaceuticals), Gustavo Stolovitzky (IBM Research), and Jennifer Henry (The New York Academy of Sciences)Presented by the Systems ...
Doodling for Dollars
While whiteboards long have been staples in conference rooms, companies such as Facebook Inc. are incorporating whiteboards, chalkboards and writable glass on all sorts of surfaces to spark creativity.
New material filters and polarizes terahertz radiation
This is extraordinary because conventional materials normally need to be thousands of atoms thick to be as effective. This high absorption is a result of graphene's unusual electronic properties, which result in its electrons moving extremely fast and ...
Memory Foraging: When the Brain Behaves Like a Bee
In search of nectar, a honeybee flies into a well-manicured suburban garden and lands on one of several camellia bushes planted in a row.
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 ...
Student Loan Borrowers Dazed and Confused by Servicer Shuffle
Yet, somehow, in succeeding months after leaving for failure to have the materials or staff to complete the advertised course, the debt increased to over $6800.