6 Ways Online Education Prevents Planetary Pollution

March 10, 2017 by  
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Most people consciously manage their impact on the environment to the best of their ability. But did you know that choosing to earn your degree online can help keep the earth clean at the same time? Unlike the convenience of cars, the convenience…

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Living in a time of ‘great winds’ of change

January 14, 2017 by  
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Businesses clinging to the tried-and-true status quo will undermine their ability to adapt and evolve in a time of volatile change.

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MIT Creates Self-Assembling Solar Cells That Repair Themselves

September 5, 2010 by  
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MIT’s Test Cell Patrick Gillooly, MIT Solar cells are intended to mimic the photosynthesis of plants — converting light into energy in the most efficient manner possible.

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The Case for Open Data in Transit (Video)

August 12, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Streetfilms From showcasing Bogota’s revolutionary transit policies , to the search for the mythical ZoZo , the thing I have always liked about StreetFilms is their ability to move beyond individual examples of best practice, and use that as a forum to explore the big ideas behind better transit and better cities. Their latest offering is no exception—looking at what happens when transit authorities hand over the keys to t…

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