Many international universities are fostering students' natural curiosity and ingenuity to create new products to help their fellow citizens. Such is the case at HCM City University of Transport where, as the name implies, Vietnamese students focus on developing new, efficient forms of transportation. Recently, they revealed prototypes of the students' solar-run scooter and a new battery-operated wheelchair that can be produced at a much lower cost that those produced in western countries.
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Lenovo is showing off a new 11.6” laptop aimed towards elementary and high school students. The ThinkPad X130e pairs a durable exterior design with power-efficient Intel or AMD processors in an attempt to appease the IT departments of schools everywhere.
Kids with any trait that's not the norm often get teased or mocked by other children. It's an unfortunate fact of life. But a new study conducted by psychologists at Kansas State University had some surprising results regarding which children are most likely to be chided by their peers.
In what is believed to be the first instance of electronic gamers reaching a scientific discovery before trained research scientists, University of Washington (UW) gamers did indeed produce a model of an enzyme in AIDS and other viruses that scientists have been trying to model for more than 10 years. This was not just an academic exercise to test the new UW Fold-it game; discovery of the AIDS molecule in question opens the door to a whole new line of retroviral drugs.
Maybe some day we will run our cars on mussel power....