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SVC Offers More Webinars in 2015 - Webinar Library has On-Demand Webinars for every presentation.
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Temple University professor charged with offering sensitive data to China - South China Morning Post (subscription)
South China Morning Post (subscription) Temple University professor charged with offering sensitive data to China South China Morning Post (subscription) Before coming to Temple in Philadelphia in 2009, Xi minted his reputation as a leader in research surrounding the growth of superconductive magnesium diboride thin films while on the faculty at Pennsylvania State University. Such research has allowed ...
source Google | Published on May 24, 2015

The bandage that can predict the wound - Toronto Star
Toronto Star The bandage that can predict the wound Toronto Star To induce the oscillating current into skin cells prone to bedsore damage, such as those on the back and buttocks, Berkeley researchers have embedded arrays of gold electrodes into thin films that can be placed over vulnerable areas. As small ... and more »
source Google | Published on May 23, 2015

Feds: Temple professor offered China data on US-made device - 6abc.com
6abc.com Feds: Temple professor offered China data on US-made device 6abc.com Researchers have found that magnesium diboride can conduct electricity at high temperatures, and Xi helped develop high-quality thin films needed for the technology to work. For people who know Xi, the charges come as a surprise. "I am shocked he was ... Temple physics department chair charged in alleged scheme to provide US ... Fox News Feds: Temple prof offered China data on technology The Detroit News Prosecutors: Professor offered China data on US-made device Monterey County Herald The Guardian  - Daily Mail all 155 news articles »
source Google | Published on May 22, 2015

Smart glass and the internet of things will make your office less stuffy - Quartz
Quartz Smart glass and the internet of things will make your office less stuffy Quartz Many people, especially those of us who work in offices, spend too much time indoors. One fix is to simply get outside more. Another is to offer cooped-up office workers views and light from outside. That's part of the reason that architects nowadays ...
source Google | Published on May 22, 2015

Massive MIT study says solar is the future, but governments need to be supportive - ZME Science
ZME Science Massive MIT study says solar is the future, but governments need to be supportive ZME Science A massive study conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology concluded that solar has the most chances to meet our planet's long term energy demands, while also reducing greenhouse emissions. However, governments should be more ...
source Google | Published on May 22, 2015

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Have you ever wondered how SVC selects a site for the annual Technical Conference and Exhibit? Selecting a site for the annual SVC TechCon is a most difficult task that relates directly to the success of the SVC TechCon. There are three groups of stakeholders that make up the SVC and each has specific criteria that make the TechCon site work for them. Learn more by reading the article from the SVC 2010 Summer Bulletin entitled, SVC TechCon Site Selection: A Multi-Faceted “Process” Read more >>

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