STUDY: By 2040, Not Enough Water to Meet DemandA recent study circulated by Aarhus University in Denmark predicts that if the current global power consumption pattern continues, there would not be enough water in the world to meet the demand by 2040.  #watersupply   #watershortageproblem   #aarhusuniversity▼ Reshared Post From Robert Bagatsing ▼If global power consumption continues, there”ll be no water by 2040http://bit.ly/1pKxHC9#Energy #CSR #Susty #Water #Marketing #Marcom #Renewables #Solar #Hydropower #Wind #AltaaqaGlobal  #CauseMarketing   #Socialimpact   #socialinnovation   #socialenterprise   #sustainability   #energymix  #WaterCrisis #WaterShortage #SocialResponsibilityhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8RPb/52acf39c

STUDY: By 2040, Not Enough Water to Meet Demand
A recent study circulated by Aarhus University in Denmark predicts that if the current global power consumption pattern continues, there would not be enough water in the world to meet the demand by 2040

#watersupply   #watershortageproblem   #aarhusuniversity

▼ Reshared Post From Robert Bagatsing ▼

If global power consumption continues, there”ll be no water by 2040

http://bit.ly/1pKxHC9

#Energy #CSR #Susty #Water #Marketing #Marcom #Renewables #Solar #Hydropower #Wind #AltaaqaGlobal #CauseMarketing   #Socialimpact   #socialinnovation   #socialenterprise   #sustainability   #energymix  #WaterCrisis #WaterShortage #SocialResponsibility

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Many Women Leave Engineering, Blaming Work CultureOver the course of three years, Nadya Fouad, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, surveyed 5,300 women who earned engineering degrees within the past six decades in order to figure out why so few stayed in engineering. Fouad reported that only 62 percent of respondents were currently working in engineering. Those who left the field provided their reasons for doing so in the survey.http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/08/12/339638726/many-women-leave-engineering-blame-the-work-culture#womenwednesday #engineeringhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8RK1/52acf39c

Many Women Leave Engineering, Blaming Work Culture
Over the course of three years, Nadya Fouad, a psychologist at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, surveyed 5,300 women who earned engineering degrees within the past six decades in order to figure out why so few stayed in engineering. Fouad reported that only 62 percent of respondents were currently working in engineering. Those who left the field provided their reasons for doing so in the survey.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/08/12/339638726/many-women-leave-engineering-blame-the-work-culture

#womenwednesday #engineering

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STEM Education Matters to Our National Security, Innovation and World LeadershipOver the last 230 years, the United States became a global leader, in large part, through the genius and hard work of its scientists, engineers and innovators. Today, a little over four percent of the workforce is employed directly in science, engineering and technology. Yet, this small group of workers is critical to economic innovation and productivity.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michele-nashhoff/stem-education-matters_b_5610942.html#STEM #education #nationalsecurity #innovation #leadershiphttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8RoI/52acf39c

STEM Education Matters to Our National Security, Innovation and World Leadership
Over the last 230 years, the United States became a global leader, in large part, through the genius and hard work of its scientists, engineers and innovators. Today, a little over four percent of the workforce is employed directly in science, engineering and technology. Yet, this small group of workers is critical to economic innovation and productivity.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michele-nashhoff/stem-education-matters_b_5610942.html

#STEM #education #nationalsecurity #innovation #leadership

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How Visuals Can Help Deaf Children ‘Hear’The Cooper Union in New York City is combining engineering and acoustics to create a unique learning environment for deaf and hearing-impaired schoolchildren. The college has installed an interactive light studio at the American Sign Language and English Lower School in New York City. The studio, comprising a 270-square-foot space, is equipped with a wall-mounted digital-projection system that works in conjunction with specially designed computer programs to display entertaining images and graphics on an interactive screen. The pre-kindergarten children using Cooper Union’s interactive light studio learn through their interactions with the moving images and light pulses, the displays enable the kids to actually understand the intricacies of sound, despite their hearing impairments.http://news.yahoo.com/visuals-help-deaf-children-hear-182413749.html#deaf #hearing #deafness #childrenhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8R93/52acf39c

How Visuals Can Help Deaf Children ‘Hear’
The Cooper Union in New York City is combining engineering and acoustics to create a unique learning environment for deaf and hearing-impaired schoolchildren. The college has installed an interactive light studio at the American Sign Language and English Lower School in New York City. The studio, comprising a 270-square-foot space, is equipped with a wall-mounted digital-projection system that works in conjunction with specially designed computer programs to display entertaining images and graphics on an interactive screen. The pre-kindergarten children using Cooper Union’s interactive light studio learn through their interactions with the moving images and light pulses, the displays enable the kids to actually understand the intricacies of sound, despite their hearing impairments.
http://news.yahoo.com/visuals-help-deaf-children-hear-182413749.html

#deaf #hearing #deafness #children

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What Tiny Drones Can Learn from HummingbirdsIn a new study, researchers at Stanford University’s Bio-Inspired Research and Design (BIRD) lab compared the flight of 12 different species of hummingbird with that of a Black Hornet Nano, one of the world’s smallest drones. Despite the sparrow-sized surveillance drone’s extremely efficient flying, it still can’t match the best of the hummingbird species tested, the Calypte anna, the findings suggest.http://news.yahoo.com/tiny-drones-learn-hummingbirds-135456618.html#drones #engineering #hummingbirdshttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8QxM/52acf39c

What Tiny Drones Can Learn from Hummingbirds
In a new study, researchers at Stanford University’s Bio-Inspired Research and Design (BIRD) lab compared the flight of 12 different species of hummingbird with that of a Black Hornet Nano, one of the world’s smallest drones. Despite the sparrow-sized surveillance drone’s extremely efficient flying, it still can’t match the best of the hummingbird species tested, the Calypte anna, the findings suggest.
http://news.yahoo.com/tiny-drones-learn-hummingbirds-135456618.html

#drones #engineering #hummingbirds

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Black Hat Security Conference Talk CancelledAttendees of the Black Hat security conference were looking forward to finding out next month how the average person can identify people using Tor, a browser that masks the identity of users so people can do things like buy and sell drugs online and communicate privately without fear of people intercepting their chats and emails.http://readwrite.com/2014/07/22/black-hat-tor-talk-pulledhttp://click-to-read-mo.re/p/8PHV/52acf39c

Black Hat Security Conference Talk Cancelled
Attendees of the Black Hat security conference were looking forward to finding out next month how the average person can identify people using Tor, a browser that masks the identity of users so people can do things like buy and sell drugs online and communicate privately without fear of people intercepting their chats and emails.
http://readwrite.com/2014/07/22/black-hat-tor-talk-pulled

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