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Major Department of Energy (DOE) Contract Awarded to Allegheny Science & Technology, New West Technologies Team

It is awesome to see our brothers and teammates from West Virginia win a big one. It really helps our commitment to improving the I-79 corridor and strengthen New West and Civergy’s team of best in class partners within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for the Department of Energy. “Allegheny Science & Technology…

2014 World Cup — Who’s your pick?

by borisbenko. After a number of tense qualifying soccer (football for everyone else) matches, fever reaches high pitch: Brazil World Cup 2014 is about to begin! With opinions varying wildly, everybody seems eager to guess the winner these days; worldwide punditry united, both amateurs and professionals, prominent and no-name experts, including betting shops and even Goldman Sachs analysts…

$ 17bn to be replaced by 95,000 service robots

In the past, U.S. companies could not compete with the cheap labor found offshore but things are changing rapidly. Many industry insiders not only agree that technology, including 3D printing will bring back manufacturing to our shores but also the steadily decline in economic growth that once prosperous, off shore countries are beginning to experience. This past year,…

6 hours deserts receive more energy we consumes in a year

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DESTERTEC s a global civil society initiative aiming to shape a sustainable future. It is a non-profit foundation that grew out of a network of scientists, politicians and economists, who together developed the DESERTEC Concept. All kinds of renewables will be used in the DESERTEC Concept, but the sun-rich deserts of the world play a special role: within six hours,…

$600 Million stolen and still no real news

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This is an ongoing story that has really not gotten a lot of coverage. It is now estimated that over $600 Million was profited from the pre trading of the interest rate change in September. Three to seven milliseconds before the fed moved interest rates, billions of dollars of trades were input that took advantage of the…

Red October Kaspersky #1 threat — Global Reach

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Kaspersky named “Red October” this years top cybersecurity threat. Red October was a large scale cyber-espionage network that target various international diplomatic service agencies. This cyber-espionage network was used to analyze and reveal various aspects of the the global critical infrastructure. Initial it was thought that the network was largely focused on Eastern Europe and…

Sun never set on the British Empire 9 out of 10 countries invaded — Wyly Wade

Over the expansion of the British Empire new research was able to show that 9 out of 10 countries have been invaded by the British Empire at one point or the other.  New research shows that practically everyone has been invaded by British troops at one point or another. A “staggering 90% of the world’s nations” have been overrun by…

Interactive world map of temperature, solar incidence, terrain, population and others.

Users of the SolarGIS global database will already be familiar with the solar planning database which GeoModel Solar says has been described by the University of Geneva as „the most accurate solar resource database available on the market“. In addition to featuring the SolarGIS global database at Intersolar Europe 2013, GeoModel Solar will also be unveiling two updated online tools…

3D printing regardless of scale — New from MIT Alums

Rising designers and MIT alums Marcelo Coelho and Skyler Tibbits introduce hyper form, a way to print objects regardless of scale. 3-D printing has become the rallying cause for a rising generation of designers, engineers, and architects. There seems to be few limits to what the technology can do or what range of products it can spawn,…

3D printing scales up and integrating

The Economist has a good article on the current state of 3D printing at 3D printing scales up. Having been privileged to have watched several technologies evolve from early stage clunkiness to significant economic and cultural impact this seems like something to watch. It’s still very early days for 3D printing. Looking at 3D printing in…

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