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Technology At The Olympics August 6, 2021

It’s unfortunate that spectators weren’t allowed to attend the Olympics in person to cheer on their favorite athletes. If spectators were allo

Boom, We’re There! July 9, 2021

Have You Ever Taken A Long Flight? A flight from San Francisco to New York City takes an average of five to six hours and International flights take e

A Bridge Made Of Grass? July 1, 2021

The Q’eswachaka Bridge: A bridge made of woven grass is one of the few remaining relics of the Inca road system. The Q’eswachaka bridge hangs sixt

No More Flooding In Venice? November 6, 2020

Every city is known for something. San Francisco, for example, is known for the Golden Gate Bridge. Paris is known for the Eiffel Tower. Venice is kno

Think Airplanes Are Speedy Now? October 23, 2020

While many of us are sheltering in place and not doing much air travel, it doesn’t mean that airplane makers aren’t working on taking the airplane

Preparedness: Earthquakes October 16, 2020

It’s been over thirty years since the people of the Bay Area in California witnessed what a 6.9 magnitude earthquake can do to a city. On October 1

Female Pioneers In Technology August 30, 2020

Computers have come a long way, thanks to the many pioneers in the field. Frances Allen (1932–2020) was one such pioneer. She was a computer scienti