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Precision tooling for traveling robot
Rudolph Technologies of Bloomington uses Andrew Tool to make the camera focusing gears for its computer chip inspection equipment.
Know Your Neurons: The Discovery and Naming of the Neuron
Different Types of Neurons (click to enlarge). A. Purkinje cell B. Granule cell C. Motor neuron D. Tripolar neuron E. Pyramidal Cell F. Chandelier cell G. Spindle neuron H. Stellate cell (Credit: Ferris Jabr; based on reconstructions and drawings by ...
With IPv6 being turned on, is keeping IPv4 a bad idea?
The need to eke out its more limited address space has led to technologies such as Network Address Translation, which allows the use of numerous private addresses behind a single IP address.
Beware The 'Tell Me About Yourself' Job Interview Question!
Let's assume that Suzanne Smith is applying for a chemical engineering position with XYZ, Inc., and at the beginning of the job interview, the hiring manager asks, “Well, Suzanne, in order to get the ball rolling, tell me a little bit about yourself ...
7 Online Moguls Who Earned Their Business Degree
Jason Kilar has been a veteran on online companies since he graduated from Harvard's MBA program, though he has arguably found the most professional success as CEO of Hulu, the Online Video Joint Venture of NBC Universal Inc. Hulu is a website ...
Pondering: Setting a Goal for Success
If I asked you what your current goal is what would you say? Do you have set goals or are you just winging it and hoping for the best?
11 Questions To Answer Before Interviewing a Digital Marketing Agency
When we dig deeper, most companies don't want social media or blogging because those are just the tools (the technologies, not the people); they want more revenue, they want more brand awareness, they want business results. So, dig down to what you ...
NASA announces Venus Transit of the Sun to take place June 5th
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, D.C. - On June 5th, 2012, Venus will pass across the face of the sun, producing a silhouette that no one alive today will likely see again.
Tech and Biotech: Fitchburg startup, Intuitive Biosciences, buys Gentel Bio assets
Established in 2000, the company developed a protein chip technology to screen for diseases and a blood test to identify allergies.