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It's hardly up for debate that professionals today need to keep learning throughout their careers, but it's not always obvious how to do that.
A video on social media shows a high-ranking U.S. legislator declaring his support for an overwhelming tax increase. You react accordingly because the video looks like him and sounds like him, so certainly it has be him.
What will it take for the U.S. to return to the moon and send humans to Mars and beyond?
A drone delivery is great – on a perfect, sunny day. But what about when it’s windy? Most drones are not able to withstand wind because of their fixed-arm design.
From chariot racing in ancient Rome to the modern Kentucky Derby, horse racing has been celebrated in some form for more than a thousand years. Whether the horses’ hooves were pounding around in a dirt-filled coliseum or a racetrack surrounded by spectators in wide-brimmed hats, they probably had one thing in common: asthma.
Remember when your parents told you to “share your toys” with others? Now, Purdue mechanical engineering students are sharing their toys with the public as part of an annual toy fair that coincides with Purdue’s 150th anniversary.
Is government bad for business? Study shows investors with political agendas hurt shareholders and firms
Privately owned businesses are more efficient and profitable than governments. So goes the prevailing thought among financiers in the United States and many other countries.