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As we head into the collegiate championship basketball tournament, we wanted to highlight some of the entrepreneurs and businesses making big plays in Missouri. Help us spread the word during Missouri Madness Month on how the Show-Me State helps entrepreneurs become champions by telling us your story @MoEcoDevo and using the hashtag #MOMadness.
University of Missouri is implementing a new video recording technology - Lightboard at Educational Technologies at Missouri's Instructional Media Studio. With Lightboard, instructors can now write while facing their audience. Lightboard is great for technical subjects. It allows instructors to draw highly visible diagrams and equations, work with their drawings in a natural way, face the camera and capture high quality video. Watch this short video to see how it works.
Hello World’s Ashlee Vance paid a recent visit to Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavik to see the next part of the green energy story. He found a start-up called Icewind that is building a new type of funky wind turbine designed to perform well in low-wind conditions but also to slow itself down in high-winds, preventing it from catching on fire or ripping apart. Watch the full episode of 'Hello World: Iceland': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8ZRTJQAcjU Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 And subscribe to Bloomberg Politics for the latest political news: http://www.youtube.com/BloombergPolitics?sub_confirmation=1 Bloomberg is the First Word in business news, delivering breaking news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market...
Take a spin around the globe with us as we highlight five manufacturing technologies GE researchers are developing. If you're a fan of 3D printing, you'll like the new additive technology being featured called Direct Write. Automation, robotics, non-invasive material analysis, and a high tech machining process that can precisely drill holes using a spark. It's all part of advanced manufacturing tech at GE that we're driving 24/7 across our global sites.
YUNNAN, CHINA — Scientists in China are producing solar panels that can produce energy from the last source you'd expect — rainwater. In a study published in the journal Angewandte Chemie, researchers in China introduced a new type of solar panel that adds a layer of graphene, or carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure, to dye-sensitized solar cells. A flexible layer of indium tin oxide and plastic is included underneath. Graphene has unusual properties that allow electrons to move freely throughout the entire layer. According to the researchers, rainwater contains positively charged ions like ammonium, calcium and sodium. When water binds to the panel's surface, a double-layer of positive ions and negatively charged electrons is created, which ends up producing a voltage and curr...
The police department in Ferguson, Missouri, is among many experimenting with the Alternative, a new technology that its creators say makes bullets less deadly. It's become more relevant in the wake of high-profile police shooting cases. Mark Strassmann reports on how it's meant to save lives on both sides of the gun.
Missouri S&T students craft shipping containers and discarded wooden pallets into a home that will compete against other universities in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon. Students spend two years designing, building and testing sustainable technologies in a solar-powered home that could foreshadow future building techniques. For more information about Missouri University of Science and Technology, visit: http://www.mst.edu
The top headline in this week's technology news, the Missouri Technology Corporation recognized as top venture capital investor in the Midwest, LaunchCode opens new tech training space in North St. Louis, and Kansas City’s STEM education reputation is growing. To find out more about what's happening in technology in Missouri visit missouritechnology.com; ded.mo.gov/infotech or ded.mo.gov/bio
Bill Anderson, Acting Executive Director of of the Missouri Technology Corporation, shares how his non-profit organization is working to promote entrepreneurship and foster the growth of new and emerging high-tech companies in the state of Missouri.
A multidisciplinary team of faculty from Missouri University of Science and Technology connect the school’s strengths in sustainable energy research, architectural design, environmental sustainability and transportation infrastructure through secure computing, sensing and network communications. These technologies are guided by behavioral and environmental psychology, sociology and history to develop a more secure, sustainable society. For more information about Missouri University of Science and Technology, visit: http://www.mst.edu
Information about the mission and a different kind of community garden: using leading-edge technologies to grow vegetables year-round for donation to those in need in the Mid-Missouri area. Heart of Missouri Gardens is a project of The NEEED Project.org.
The SURE HOUSE started with a simple question: how can we design a home which both reduces its energy use and adapts to the realities of a changing, more extreme climate. Our answer emerged as a new direction in storm resilient coastal housing. We merged the inherently efficient indoor/outdoor rooms and open floor plan of the quintessential 60’s style modern beach cottage with state of the art building science, the latest renewable energy technologies, and fiber-composite materials repurposed from the boat building industry. The result is a building armored against extreme weather that uses 90% less energy than its conventional cousins, powers itself through clean solar energy, and in the aftermath of a storm becomes a hub for emergency power to the neighborhood… all of this packaged as a ...
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