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Professors need to be entertaining to prevent students from watching YouTube in class
Students think it is instructors' responsibility to ensure they don't surf the web in class, according to a new study. (2019-06-26)
Digital native fallacy: Teachers still know better when it comes to using technology
Members of today's younger Net Generation aren't more tech savvy than their teachers just because they were born into a world full of computers. (2014-10-20)
Michael Kintner-Meyer proposes value of smart charging at EVS24
Dr. Michael Kintner-Meyer proposes the value of smart charging technology developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. (2009-05-11)
Louisiana Tech incubator start-up company gets $100,000 grant
A start-up company headquartered in the Louisiana Tech Technology Incubator recently received a $100,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Science Foundation. (2007-02-23)
ESA receives award for Technology Transfer
ESA has received an award for achievement in the public sector, for its Technology Transfer activities, announced at the first annual International Marketplace and Conference for Technology Transfer Professionals (IPTEC) in Cannes last month. (2006-03-09)
ORNL team earns national award of excellence
A major breakthrough in imaging technology produced at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has earned a 2002 Federal Laboratory Award of Excellence in Technology Transfer. (2002-06-21)
Everything old is new again
CPU Technology, a Navy Dual Use contractor, is the Navy winner of the DoD Dual Use S&T Achievement Award for a system-on-a-chip (SOC) technology that will modernize obsolete computers on Navy ships and aircraft while preserving existing software. (2000-11-06)
Landmine detection
The nuclear quadrapole resonance technology developed at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C., is now being adapted by Quantum Magnetics Inc. of San Diego for landmine detection. (2000-01-05)
AAAS Report Cautions Georgia's Economy Threatened By Proposed Cuts In R&D Programs
Leaders to Analyze State's Future in Science & Technology at May 20th Meeting in Atlanta WASHINGTON, D.C. (1996-05-15)
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