Reactions generated amazement, nitrogen ice cream was devoured, fire sprang to life and poems were whipped up as chemistry buffs across the nation celebrated National Chemistry Week Oct. 16–22.
In 1977, Intel introduced the 16-bit CPU at a small inaugural semiconductor event in Tokyo.
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Snapchat is a silly thing.
13- to 18-year-olds use it to send goofy photos and videos to each other. Brands use it to sell their products to those same 13- to 18-year-olds. Regardless of whether..
If you work outside the manufacturing segment, you may hold old stereotypes about what “factory work” is like. Perhaps you’re picturing a poorly lit, drone-like existence in which you stare at a..
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Like many buzzwords, the phrase is starting to be generically applied; many now use it to describe anything new or innovative. But..
It started with a scientist in a block building located in rural Missouri, forging forward on a shoestring budget out of belief in one groundbreaking idea. Since then, Brewer Science has invented..