Ppt on technology and science

Successful Stories in Taiwan. National Museum of Natural Science World’s second 3D application HD Tele-surgery Show Chwan Memorial Hospital National Science.

’s second 3D application HD Tele-surgery Show Chwan Memorial Hospital National Science & Technology Museum World’s first 4k 3D application National Center for High-Speed Computing High /Theme Park Asia’s first 4k Dynamitic Experience Theater Taipei Post-Production Company Post-Production for Digital Cinema Successful Story in Taiwan (1) National Science And Technology Museum Application: 3D Previous system: IMAX Screen size: 950” Seats: 320 Concern the maintenance cost & contents issue Model: SXRD 4K /


Customer projects integrated within curriculum at Media Technology programmes Erkki Rämö Metropolia University of Applied sciences.

ämö Metropolia University of Applied sciences Student project types ”Toy projects”, no real customer Internal projects ”Free” customer projects Semi-commercial customer projects Commercial customer projects Learning in working life -projects Customer projects (Fim) 1994-97 Customer projects of (Fim) 1998-99 Customer projects (Fim) 2000-2001 Customer projects of Media Technology(Euro) 2002 Customer projects of Media Technology(Euro) 2003 Customer projects/


Technology In Action Chapter 1 1 Preparing for Your Career Computer careers in: –Business –The Arts –The Medical Field –Law Enforcement –Legal Fields –Education.

6 Computers in the Legal Fields Surveillance cameras Forensic animation NEXT SLIDE Technology In Action Chapter 1 7 Computers in Education Computer technology in the classroom NEXT SLIDE Technology In Action Chapter 1 8 Computers and the Sciences Supercomputers Archaeology –Mummy of Nesperennub Skull of Nesperennub scanned in its painted case NEXT SLIDE Technology In Action Chapter 1 9 Computer Gaming Careers Programming 3D animation NEXT/


Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 1 Engaging.

, Pakistan 2 Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 3 Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 4 Petro-Canada is one of Canada’s largest oil and gas company’s. Headquarted in Calgary, Alberta, and with more than 5600 employees around the world, Petro- Canada/


U NIVERSITY OF M ASSACHUSETTS, A MHERST Department of Computer Science Emery Berger University of Massachusetts, Amherst Operating Systems CMPSCI 377 Lecture.

Working Set U NIVERSITY OF M ASSACHUSETTS, A MHERST Department of Computer Science 41 Multiprogramming & VM Multiple programs compete for main memory Processes move memory from and to disk Pages needed by one process may get squeezed out by another/ 10000: 8GB extra = $150,000! Fast RAM – new technologies Cosmic rays… 8GB Sun RAM = 1 Ferrari Modena U NIVERSITY OF M ASSACHUSETTS, A MHERST Department of Computer Science 51 New Approach: SAVMM Scheduler-Aware Virtual Memory Management Scheduler: proportion/


ODEE Departmental Impact Grants money & time to impact key courses with learning technology.

ODEE Departmental Impact Grants money & time to impact key courses with learning technology 2 Office of Distance Education & eLearning go.osu.edu/grants ltgrants@osu.edu 3 program/review system for student research poster session Economics HyFlex lecture and recitation for 600+ student introductory GE course Office of Distance Education & eLearning 2014 ESL SENR Economics 2013 Ed Studies Math Ed Tech English 2012 Animal Sciences Spanish Engineering Public Health Veterinary Medicine 2011 Statistics Histology /


Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University CIS 536/636 Introduction to Computer Graphics Lecture 28 of 41 William H. Hsu Department of Computing.

Computer Graphics Lecture 28 of 41 William H. Hsu Department of Computing and Information Sciences, KSU KSOL course pages: http://bit.ly/hGvXlH / http://bit/ (vs. other artifacts)  Some overlap within information technology  Computational Information & Knowledge Management (CIKM)  Software Engineering: Operating Systems  Computer Graphics  Wearable Computers & Ubiquitous Communication/Computing Computing & Information Sciences Kansas State University CIS 536/636 Introduction to Computer Graphics/


Nano technology Definition of nano technology Nano shell Nano particles Carbon nano tubes &its application. Application of nano technology.

its application. Application of nano technology What’s Nano technology?.. is a science that deals with the study, control, development and alteration of structures of less than 100 nanometers (one nanometer is a billionth of a meter; Nano technology may able to create many / electron micrograph shows a carbon nanotube sheet pic2**/.An artificial muscle made from a sheet of these carbon Application of nano technology 1- In medicine a-binding 5-fu drug to the CU (drug delivery) Pill camera has video chip& lab /


T.A. Blakelock H.S. Energy SHSM Course Bundle 4 Technological Studies 1 Physics ( 1 Science for Workplace pathway) 1 Mathematics 1 English 2 Co-op credits.

the Grade 12 year (4 credits) Two of:Construction (TCJ4C1) Manufacturing (TMJ4C1 or 4M1) Transportation (TTJ4C1) Technological Design (TDJ4M1) Intro to Engineering (IDC4UE) Science/Physics: SPH4C, SPH4U,or SNC4E English:ENG4E, ENG4C, or ENG4U T.A. Blakelock H.S. Energy /S. Energy SHSM Ontario Skills Passport Money Math Scheduling or Budgeting & Accounting Measurement and Calculation Data Analysis Numerical Estimation T.A. Blakelock H.S. Energy SHSM Ontario Skills Passport Job Task Planning & /


Www.mcs.gov.ilwww.mcs.gov.il Culture & Sport Science & Technology: www.most.gov.ilwww.most.gov.il iMus – Israeli Museums System Public web portal www.iMus.mcs.gov.il.

immigrants (to Israel)  Accessibility challenged  To supply a web portal for museums, exhibitions, collections & artifacts Data source  Metadata & images imported from MANA  Artifacts: per IP and importance www.mcs.gov.ilwww.mcs.gov.il Culture & Sport Science & Technology: www.most.gov.ilwww.most.gov.il Search process Artifact search EuropeanaiMus Artifact General info Artifact Entire public info Museum search iMus Museum website Museum/


ODEE Departmental Impact Grants money & time to impact key courses with learning technology.

ODEE Departmental Impact Grants money & time to impact key courses with learning technology 2 Office of Distance Education & eLearning go.osu.edu/grants ltgrants@osu.edu 3 / review system for student research poster session Economics HyFlex lecture and recitation for 600+ student introductory GE course Office of Distance Education & eLearning 2013 SENR Economics 2013 Ed Studies Math Ed Tech English 2012 Animal Sciences Spanish Engineering Public Health Veterinary Medicine 2011 Statistics Histology 2010 /


IntroOH-1 CSE 5810 Challenges for Health Care Prof. Steven A. Demurjian, Sr. Computer Science & Engineering Department The University of Connecticut 371.

)  Stakeholders (providers, patients, hospitals, vendors)  Role of standards (high, medium, low, none) IntroOH-7 CSE 5810 Wireless Body Sensor Network Algwaiz, Aljoharah  Standards used  Key technology problems  Key people problems IntroOH-8 CSE 5810 Security and HIT for HIE Baihan, Mohammed  Computer Science Research area(s)  Stakeholders (providers, patients, hospitals, vendors)  Role of standards (high, medium, low, none) IntroOH-9 CSE 5810 Security/


FUTURE STSCOPYRIGHT F. GADEK 12022013 1 TOPIC – “ THE FUTURE OF “ THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY “ { “STS” } BY FRANK J. GADEK, PH.D.

LIVES FUTURE STSCOPYRIGHT F. GADEK 12022013 3 “ OVERALL I AM CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC “ WE HAVE LEARNED A LOT & ADAPTED ACCORDINGLY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY HAS GREATLY IMPROVED MUCH IN OUR DAILY LIVES COMPARED TO THE PAST BUT WE HAVE NOT MOVED EFFICIENTLY & FAST ENOUGH AS /& IT CAN BE MINIMIZED AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE STILL IT IS A GREAT TIME OF “ FERMENT “ IN MANY WAYS BOTH + AND - !!! FUTURE STSCOPYRIGHT F. GADEK 12022013 4 NATURALLY THE CHALLENGE FOR ALL IS TO – MAXIMIZE THE POSITIVES MINIMIZE THE NEGATIVES WHILE /


Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department, CSC592 1 Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Science Department, CSC592 2 Software Development Simple Tools Power Tools Blueprints International Space Station International Airport Baggage Handling System Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department, CSC592 3 Models in Engineering Benefits of models – Help us understand and/– Model Specification – Model Transformation Model to model Model to code – Managing technologies – Model Analysis Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department, CSC592 6 6 Transformation Languages Needed to support MDE! Model B MM/


LAS Online: Reinventing the Academic Enterprise Jim Witte Applied Technologies for Learning in the Arts & Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences,

Technologies for Learning in the Arts & Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Our poster has three (3) parts. ① What is LAS Online? ② Rethinking basic college functions ③ Why “LAS Online” is important for the University of Illinois Urbana- Champaign LAS Online is our college educational technology/ be online What does a good online course look like? Diverse modes and media –Video –Simulations –Podcasts –Formative assessment (embedded quizzes) –SYNCHRONOUS /


PROFESSIONAL LECTURE SERIES Click to add Seminar Category (E.g. Health Science, Electrical Engineering. Biological Science, Architectural Engineering,

(15min) What is a typical day like in your job? Tell some stories…. Show photos, videos. (10min)How do you use science/math/technology in your work? Will their studies pay off in STEM? Give them some hints on how to prepare for a career like yours. (10min/.net at least 5 days prior to your speaking date for content approval (school policy). Note: All seminars are video recorded and post on our school website. All PPTs are also posted.wvavken@vcs.net PROFESSIONAL LECTURE SERIES Q & A Click to add your email /


Science Review 2011-12 Conceptual Physics Chapters 1-8.

& Calculations Quantitative vs. Qualitative: #s vs. words Precision vs. Accuracy: grouping vs. accepted # Science vs. Technology Science- answer theoretical questions Technology- solve practical problems Mechanical Equilibrium Force is a push or a pull Equilibrium Rule:  F = 0/s 2 )/ kg = meter/ second 2 Newton’s 3 rd Law Reaction is equal & opposite to action forces Force and Mass with Acceleration – force/ mass = acceleration – Lighter object accelerate faster with same force. Lift – Downward thrust of/


Department of Geoinformation Science Technische Universität Berlin WS 2006/07 Geoinformation Technology: lecture 9b Triangulated Networks Prof. Dr. Thomas.

. Dr. Thomas H. Kolbe Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation Science Technische Universität Berlin Credits: This material is mostly an english translation of the course module no. 2 (Geoobjekte und ihre Modellierung) of the open e-content platform www.geoinformation.net.www.geoinformation.net 2 T. H. Kolbe – Geoinformation Technology: lecture 9 Department of Geoinformation Science WS 2006/07 Excursion: Voronoi Diagrams Given: a/


Rajesh J. ValeDepartment of Computer Science 2009 IPTV Rajesh Vale.

of Computer Science 2009 Objective Use existing infrastructure/technology for – Access – Transport – Video encoding – Authentication – Billing To provide Television services (Live & VoD) to consumers. Rajesh J. ValeDepartment of Computer Science 2009 Access / Transmission sequence : IBBPBBPBBPBB CBR Vs VBR – CBR is preferred for predictability and efficient network engineering Rajesh J. ValeDepartment of Computer Science 2009 bTV: QoE Channel surfer experience – Load on network Immediate channel change/


Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, IL, USA 6 th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing (REC 2014)

Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, IL, USA 6 th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing (REC 2014) REC 2014 Theme Reliable/the Louvre in Paris The Museum of Science & Industry - largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere Millennium Park Cloud Gate aka The BeanJay Pritzker Pavilion Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) Founded in 1894, IIT offers programs in engineering, architecture, the sciences, humanities, psychology, business, law, and design. In 1976, the American /


Hiren C Chaudhari, G. H. Patel College of Engineering & Technology, Vallabh Vidyanagar.

, India & China restored ambassadorial relations in 1976. In this backdrop it is essential to know the various to and fro visit of the premiers & other high level dignitaries of both the countries. 2 In 1979, the then /Besides the JWG (on the border issue) & the Joint Economic Group (on economic & commercial issues), there are bilateral exchanges in Science & Technology, outer space, mining, audit, defence, personnel & culture. Premier Li Peng visited India in December 1991. Prime Minister Narasimha Rao/


Bachelor of Science in Information Technology California State University Channel Islands.

will select 15 units of IT elective courses. Courses will be selected from two of the following areas to form intermediate and advanced level concentrations:  Computer Networks  Web Technology  Databases 8/21/2003CREATE CSUCI BSIT Mathematics/Science Courses Discrete Mathematics Laboratory Science course to complete a one year sequence with the course taken at the community college 8/21/2003CREATE CSUCI BSIT Timeline 8/


AKS 50: THE 20 TH CENTURY WORLD. Impact of Science & Technology: Space Exploration  Launching of manned & unmanned space shuttles & commercial satellites.

Science & Technology: Communications  Fax Machines  Internet  E-Mail Impact of Science & Technology: Health & Medicine  Laser surgery  Ultrasound  CAT scans  MRI imaging techniques Impact of Science & Technology: Genetics  Isolation of individual genes  Genetic engineering  Cloning Impact of Science & Technology/rules of trade between nations  Goal is to help producers of goods and services, exporters, and importers conduct their business Global Security Military Alliances  Increased each member /


Chapter 20, Section 1 (Impact of Science & Technology)

Chapter 20, Section 1 (Impact of Science & Technology) Technology has changed the way we communicate In years past, we spoke in person, wrote letters,/ in offices, most homes, & even portable (laptops, I-Pads, etc.) Internet opened door for telecommuting (home) & makes information available to anyone Technology has changed health and medicine More powerful microscopes, the laser, & ultrasound advanced surgical techniques CT scans & MRI techniques (medical imaging) improved healthcare (injuries, tumors, etc.)/


Science Technology & Experimentation CONFERENCE 2011.

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PORTUGUESE ENGLISH HISTORY MATHS GEOGRAPHY SCIENCE MUSIC ARTS P.E.I.C.T.

ARTS P.E.I.C.T. It’s Music. PORTUGUESE ENGLISH HISTORY MATHS GEOGRAPHY SCIENCE MUSIC ARTS P.E.I.C.T. It’s English. PORTUGUESE ENGLISH HISTORY MATHS GEOGRAPHY SCIENCE MUSIC ARTS P.E.I.C.T. It’s Information and Communication Technologies. PORTUGUESE ENGLISH HISTORY MATHS GEOGRAPHY SCIENCE MUSIC ART P.E.I.C.T. It’s Art. PORTUGUESE ENGLISH HISTORY MATHS GEOGRAPHY/


Supporting 100G Users Jennifer Schopf Director, International Networks University Information Technology Services Indiana University

Information Technology Services Indiana University jmschopf@indiana.edu Supported by the National Science Foundation Supporting Greater than 10G Users Jennifer Schopf Director, International Networks University Information Technology Services Indiana University jmschopf@indiana.edu Supported by the National Science / We Seeing 1)The hardest part is working with the links between the end user’s site and the testbed 2)How many applications *really* need this? 3)Language issues 4)Baseline functionality issues/


2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Patient Safety Science & Technology Summit 2014.

2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Patient Safety Science & Technology Summit 2014 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Erin DuPree, MD Chief Medical Officer and Vice President, The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Healthcare Associated Infections Healthcare associated infections (HAI/ President & CEO, Cedars-Sinai Health System Sharon Rossmark, MBA Vice-Chair, Sinai Health System 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Patient Safety Science & Technology Summit 2014


Education in Global ICT Ronny Juwono Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Internasional Batam 2010.

 Portable  Handheld  ? Computer Network –Stand Alone  Intranet  Internet  ? Multimedia –Graphics/Sound  2D Animation  3D  ? Other Technologies Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Internasional Batam - 2010 Fast Development of ICT O Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Internasional Batam - 2010 Content Development with ICT Academic management issues Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Internasional Batam - 2010 ICT to ease education problems Teaching – learning process issues Faculty of/


International Center for Leadership in Education Dr. Willard R. Daggett Biotechnology Nanotechnology Information Technology.

Mainframe Number Crunching Information Processing Power Moore’s Law Information Technology Processing Processing Communications Communications Bio Technology Biological Science Biological Science Practical Application Practical Application Nano Technology Atom Up Atom Up Info Tech Nano Tech Bio Tech 2000/Technology Levels C DC DA BA BC DC DA BA B 1 2 3 4 5 4 5 6 3 2 1 Bloom’s Application Bio / Nano / Info ‘68‘78‘88‘98‘08 Capacity Applications Size International Center for Leadership in Education, Inc. and/


19 Outlook * TECH Computer Science 19.1 Introduction 19.2 Semiconductor technology 19.3 Intreconnection technology 19.4 Optical computing 19.5 Bio-electronic.

* TECH Computer Science 19.1 Introduction 19.2 Semiconductor technology 19.3 Intreconnection technology 19.4 Optical computing 19.5 Bio-electronic computing 19.6 Final remarks 19.7 References CH01 Semiconductor technology: Go Big Wafer Scale Integration Semiconductor technology: Go Small Nano-Electronic devices Nano-Electronic Micro-Structures Optical Computing The guiding light to future computing Bio-electronic Computing Cyborg  neuron and silicon connections Chemical/


Science Librarians in the 21 st Century Michael Leach Harvard University

27 June 20052 Science Librarian = Research Librarian User Needs Analysis –Ongoing –Feeds: Collection development Search tool selection Interface and tool design Evaluation of all services Prioritization of services ACRL-STS, 27 June 20053 Science Librarian = /” Read the research groups’ prior work –Be an investigator/collaborator yourself E.g. Grid technology design ACRL-STS, 27 June 20055 Science Librarian = Digital Objects Librarian The expansion beyond monographs & serials Some digital objects: –Datasets /


2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Patient Safety Science & Technology Summit 2014.

Science & Technology Summit 2014 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: David Classen, MD, MS CMIO Pascal Metrics, Associate Professor of Medicine, the University of Utah, Active Consultant in Infectious Diseases, the University of Utah School of Medicine 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Medication Errors 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Health IT and / Update on Medication Errors 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Medication Errors 2014 Summit Co-Convener:Founder: Patient Safety Science & Technology Summit 2014


How to be a good graduate student Patrice Koehl Computer Science, UC Davis.

Economic:High paying jobs -Boredom:For fun Why do we do CS research? -Intellectual: to advance science or technology -Passion:You are driven to it (your way to be creative) -Ego:I must be really /situation! - Good incremental work (most frequent for graduate students?) - Useful work - Aesthetically pleasing work - Starts from, and leads to good questions - Timely Avoid “me-too” Research! The Whole Brain Model: Ned Herrmann DissatisfactionCreativity PersistenceIntuition SuspiciousIntelligence OrganizationOpen/


School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Pakistan Research Profile Rehan Hafiz.

School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Pakistan Research Profile Rehan Hafiz Overview  Ph.D., Electronics Engineering/ for optical tomography  Concept –Optical tomography : A technique to get concentration maps of gases in a reactor  Goal –Increase efficiency and applicability of Optical absorption measurements  Achievements –FPGA based Laser noise suppression (AIP Journal) –Optical absorption measurements in particle- containing ambient (/


Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department, CSC592 1 Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department University of North Carolina, Wilmington

A practical introduction to the development of distributed systems Devon M. Simmonds Computer Science Department, CSC592 10 CSC592 Distributed Systems Overview – A practical introduction to the development of Distributed Systems – Important theoretical underpinnings – Use of middleware technologies: SOAP, EJB, Java RMI, CORBA, Jini – Introduction to aspect-oriented software development and AspectJ language. – Course web page: http://people.uncw.edu/simmondsd/course s/Fall08/


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FUTURE WINE & WMCOPYRIGHT F. GADEK 12022013 1 TOPIC – “ THE FUTURE OF “ THE FUTURE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY “ { “STS” } BY FRANK J. GADEK, PH.D.

FUTURE WINE & WMCOPYRIGHT F. GADEK 12022013 3 “ OVERALL I AM CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC “ WE HAVE LEARNED A LOT & ADAPTED ACCORDINGLY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY HAS GREATLY IMPROVED MUCH IN OUR DAILY LIVES COMPARED TO THE PAST BUT WE HAVE NOT MOVED EFFICIENTLY & FAST ENOUGH AS DESIRED/ IT CAN BE MINIMIZED AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE STILL IT IS A GREAT TIME OF “ FERMENT “ IN MANY WAYS BOTH + AND - !!! FUTURE WINE & WMCOPYRIGHT F. GADEK 12022013 4 NATURALLY THE CHALLENGE FOR ALL WINERIES IS TO – MAXIMIZE THE POSITIVES MINIMIZE /


IPads in Science. Introductions Melissa Lander Educational Technology.

iPads in Science Introductions Melissa Lander Educational Technology Visioning Teaching & Learning http://www.palmbeachsc hooltalk.com/groups/ipad pilot http://www.palmbeachsc hooltalk.com/groups/ipad pilot iPad Basics Available in TrainU iPad in Education Wiki & Resources The Basics Productivity & Management Elementary Science Apps Secondary Science Apps Universal Apps https://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store/ Volume Purchasing Program (VPP) VPP Manager Sets up VPP/


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Which Careers inSolar Energy areSTEM-Related? Which Careers in Solar Energy are STEM-Related? Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics.

Energy areSTEM-Related? Which Careers in Solar Energy are STEM-Related? Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Science researching materials that work more efficiently Physicists, Chemists, Materials Scientists; Atmospheric Scientists; Environmental Scientists Technology Electricians, Plumbers, Solar Photovoltaic Installers, Roofers; Plant Managers Engineering designing new systems; evaluating and improving current systems; applying research results to practical use; computer software developers/


Craig Owsiany Architectural Engineering – Construction Management STEM Building Hagerstown Community College Hagerstown, Maryland 21742 Science Technology.

62, 840 SF Cost: $15.6 M Duration: 18 Months Typical LabTypical Floor PlanEnergy Lab Craig Owsiany Architectural Engineering – Construction Management Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Building STEM Building Hagerstown Community College Hagerstown, Maryland 21742 Outline o Overview o Analysis I: Mat Slab Redesign o Analysis II:/Analysis III: Curtain Wall Redesign o Conclusion/Findings o Acknowledgments o Questions Sum Live and Deal Loads Compare Against Design Load Design>Actual=No Redesign Design


Careers in Science. Scientific Careers Careers in Science? Can you name a few? Are there other careers in science?

pizza was cooked in is a technological system created by a scientist? Even pizza involves a career in science! Pizza http://www.manufacturingiscool.com/pizza. htmlhttp://www.manufacturingiscool.com/pizza. html Pringles What careers in science could possibly be related to Pringles? Stacked Potato Chips Did you ever wonder why Pringles are always in tact (not broken) and full of flavor? A scientist is/


Experiences in Innovation in Russia Page Heller, PE Center for Technology Commercialization National Univ. of Science & Technology MISiS © 2012 MISiS,

Experiences in Innovation in Russia Page Heller, PE Center for Technology Commercialization National Univ. of Science & Technology MISiS © 2012 MISiS, All Rights Reserved, heller@misis.ru ITU Workshop on “/Russia, 10 September 2012 10 University Funding © 2012 MISiS Industry 6% 1% Moscow, Russia, 10 September 2012 11 Conclusions and Recommendations for Commercial Innovation Look to the future when creating standards Cultural barriers hinder innovation Developing countries need research Keep abreast of /


THE NATURE OF SCIENCE Mr. Fedell. A QUOTE BY STANSLOU CANNIZZARO “ It often happens that the mind of a person learning a new science, has to pass through.

try and explain phenomena…  Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)  Gravity, etc.  In our pursuit to explain phenomena or satisfy our own curiosity we often make very different discoveries… SCIENCE & SOCIETY ARE EVER-CHANGING  Chemistry has gone from alchemy to modern day chemistry in the span of approximately 300-400 years. It’s a relatively new science.  Scientists are working 24/7 to develop new technologies/


Strengthening our National Innovation System Gary R. Bachula Technology Administration U.S. Department of Commerce.

R. Bachula Technology Administration U.S. Department of Commerce “National Innovation System” zThe Production of Knowledge zThe Application of Knowledge Production of Knowledge zResearch & Development yScientists and Engineers: xUniversities/ yResources for Fundamental Science yInfrastructure for Fundamental Science: xLaboratories & Equipment xInformation Infrastructure yNumber, Quality & Skills of S&T Workforce “Barriers to Innovation” Next-Stage Applied Research & Technology Development yResources for the/


How Science Works Internet Research. Wikipedia

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COMMENCER UNE ACTIVITE EXPERIMENTALE EN PHYSIQUE DES HAUTES ENERGIES Cas de lAlgérie Chafik Benchouk Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari.

lAlgérie Chafik Benchouk Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediène, Alger (Laboratoire "Sciences Nucléaires et Interaction Rayonnement-Matière") Symposium "High Energy Physics for the Mediterranean and Africa" Paris, 25-26 May 2010/ 12  Conversion Collaboration de chercheurs en micro-électronique dun centre de recherche dAlger (CDTA : Centre de développement des technologies avancées) avec LAL-Orsay (A. Lounis) sur caractérisation détecteurs au silicium - existence compétence locale + /


Workshop on Machine Intelligence & Data Science Departments of Computer / Information Science Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering Mysuru 570 006.

Workshop on Machine Intelligence & Data Science Departments of Computer / Information Science Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering Mysuru 570 006 Karnataka IINDIA /Technology, Finland, under Indo - Finnish cultural exchange programme of UGC, India Recent Initiatives IOT Lab – Raspberry Pi – Smart phone systems Humanoid project Intelligent component in all IOT apps Fund Support - Microsoft Mobile Innovation project Important Recommendations Machine learning is a promising area, Adequate labs and/


CogSci Hampshire Complex Systems in Geoscience Learning Neil Stillings Cognitive Science Hampshire College.

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