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Braille Reader Using Shape Memory Alloy

According to data from the 1994 National Health Interview Survey on Disability approximately 527,000 persons in the U.S. use some type of vision device. The following tables provide a breakdown of technology use by age of person and type of … Continue reading

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The Emerging Big Returns on Big Data

In this Big Data study by TCS they provide insights into how large companies across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America are investing in Big Data initiatives and deriving returns from it.

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National Entrepreneurship Challenge

The Entrepreneurship Cell, IIT Bombay is a place for all those who avoid taking beaten paths and believe in leaving trails in all walks of life. The Cell at IIT Bombay aims at manifesting the latent Entrepreneurial spirit of young … Continue reading

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Ten Inventions That Changed The World

If you think that the world’s greatest inventions came from the fevered minds of solitary geniuses, think again. As you scan this list of the 10 inventions that changed the world, note how many of them perfected workable designs. START … Continue reading

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An Article From Tech Crunch-Causes Relaunches As A Social Network For Social Good Action, Not Shallow Clicktivism

Click a link, click a petition, feel better without making a difference. That was the old Causes. Today, the new Causes launches to reactivate its 186 million registered million users. It’s an independent civic social network pushing education, donations, and … Continue reading

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