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First Ham Radio Licenses Issued

Ham Radio History Includes:Ham radio history overviewEarly foundationsFirst radio hamsEarly ham radio equipmentLicenses introducedCallsignsNational societiesFirst World WarTrans-Atlantic contactsWith the discovery of radio, people had very little idea of what it could be used for, let alone any regulatory position.
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CRISPR Edited Viruses Are the New Enemy of Superbugs

Phages are the new & 39;it& 39; treatment for deadly infections.By Jessica MileyMay 23, 2019The CRISPR gene editing technology is being used to edit bacteriophages (called phages for short) to fight superbugs. Phages are viruses that prey solely on bacteria. They can infect bacteria and then multiply in such high numbers that the deadly microbes explode.
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Social Robotics: How Scientists Are Teaching Robots to Teach

The tests were carried out under the supervision of a psychologist.October 23, 2019While some experts say robots and AI could signal the end of times, many also believe they can help fill crucial gaps in the workforce and aid people in a social, as well as mechanical capacity.A group of researchers recently tested Supervised Progressively Autonomous Robot Competencies (SPARC), a robot control methodology, in the classroom.
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$5B Facebook Fine: Farce or Forfeiture?

The Federal Trade Commission has handed down a record-breaking fine to the tech titan, but what& 39;s $5B when you& 39;re worth $585B?By Dana MillerJuly 13, 2019In a 3-2 vote, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has levied a $5B fine against Facebook in the wake of an ongoing investigation concerning the tech giant& 39;s alleged mishandling of user data in collaboration with the now-defunct Cambridge Analytica.
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That Eerie Blue Light from Nuclear Reactors? It's Cherenkov Radiation

Caused by particles traveling faster than light through a medium, Cherenkov Radiation is what gives nuclear reactors their eerie blue glow.July 07, 2019In the miniseries & 34;Chernobyl& 34; when the reactor first explodes, there& 39;s an eerie blue light emanating from it.In scary movies, it& 39;s always a bad idea to enter a room that has a spooky blue light coming out of it.
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