When it comes to university research and innovation, it’s well known that funding is becoming scarcer and researchers are under a lot of pressure to produce important findings. But what doesn’t get talked about too often is how research universities can make their funding really count. While university research can produce very important discoveries, it often falls short when it comes to translating those discoveries into actual impact and return on investment. Why is that? And how can the ROI of university inventions be improved?…
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Why Can’t Universities Get A Return On Their Research?
March 29th [Issue reported] We’re receiving emails from users who have had trouble logging into their feedly accounts on iOS using Google Authentication. We are working on upgrading our Google Sign-in so that it is compatible with iOS 9.3. The fix will be submitted to Apple for review shortly and should be available within 7-10 … Continue reading iOS Google sign-in not working [fixing]
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An assault against constitutional rights should never be written off as “not my problem.” If they’re coming after one, they’re coming after them all. We are the NRA, and we are Freedom’s Safest Place.
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Having shirked our responsibilities because recording a podcast on the Friday before a major Apple event on Monday would be a fool’s errand, The MacNN Podcast returns this week with analysis of the March 21 Apple Event, discovers the meaning of the cryptic press invitation tagline (maybe), celebrates the 15th anniversary of OS X, updates you on the latest wrinkles in the FBI and DOJ cases against encryption, and revives talk about the Apple Car because why not. All this and much, much more on this jam-packed catch-up episode….
The watchSugar app syncs with Dexcom, enables you to see live blood sugars on your Apple Watch display.
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Dave Miles talks with Adam Painchaud, Director of the Sig Sauer Academy in New Hampshire, about keeping the basics of gun handling, well, basic. Adam explains his approach to helping newcomers get their first rounds […]