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Local company wins inaugural RoboBowl

Finalists for the RoboBowl competition gathered last Thursday at the Posner Center before a panel of judges to determine whose robot would be the winner of a $20,000 first-place prize.

Visiting professor discusses issues with geoengineering

Carnegie Mellon’s recent history of research on geoengineering provided an interesting backdrop for visiting professor James Fleming’s lecture, titled “Fixing the Sky,” this past Thursday.

How Things Work

The tasks that near-field communication enables smartphones to complete sound like fantasy, but are quickly becoming ubiquitous in today's tech-world.

SciTech Briefs

A toddler’s selfishness can be distinguished by 15 months of age, researchers at the University of Washington found.

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