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Sarah Gallo

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Makerspaces Dominate the University Library Scene

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Jan 16, 2019 10:00:00 AM

MakerspacesMore and more libraries are arming students with innovative, tech-savvy spaces meant for collaboration and creativity – also known as makerspaces. This begs the question: what exactly is a makerspace? How are they different from traditional library workspaces, and how are they fueling student productivity and innovation?

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Topics: Academic Institutions

Are Bioplastics Worth the Hype? New Research Says Maybe Not

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Jan 14, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Bioplastics

With rising temperatures across the globe, the prevalence of severe tropical storms and prolonged droughts, climate change is on the minds of many researchers, scientists and individuals living across the globe. As a result, the global demand for climate and eco-friendly materials and practices is exceptionally high.

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Artificial Intelligence: The Future of Airport Security?

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Jan 8, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Airport Security

Traveling for the holidays, you may have wished for a smoother, more efficient airport security process – one with shorter lines and fewer checkpoints. Thankfully, multiple companies are developing security devices powered by artificial intelligence (AI) in order to reduce time, increase effectivity and drive the future of security devices at large.

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Topics: Engineering

Medical Tourism Boosts International Healthcare Access

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Dec 19, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Medical Tourism

From fertility treatments to orthopedic surgeries, medical treatments at large are in high demand across the globe. However, not everyone has equal access to cost-effective, high-quality medical treatment and, as a result, medical tourism has gained much popularity in the global healthcare industry in recent years.

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Topics: Life Sciences, Healthcare