October 25, 2020

Materials Science to Empower Quantum Information Technologies

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Quantum materials have exotic physical properties that arise from quantum mechanical or topological properties of their electrons. These materials display novel surface properties, magnetic effects, and optical properties, and are expected to lead to, for example, qubits with enhanced coherence times and sensors with unprecedented accuracy. This session will focus on near term applications...

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ACT Writing Section Tips: How many essay paragraphs?

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In this Tuesday ACT video, Magoosh’s ACT expert Kristin Fracchia discusses how many paragraphs ACT Writing section essays should have. You’ve probably learned the five paragraph essay structure in school – an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. It just so happens that it’s best to use this exact structure when you’re writing...

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English Reading in Schools – The Integration and Innovation of Information Technology

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Nov. 28th, 2017 In the Internet era, traditional teaching approaches have been greatly impacted and overturned. English reading based on technology can not only solve the problem of massive reading resource selections, but also provide readers with incredible reading experiences and human-computer interactions. It also integrates AI technology, speech engine and Big Data to...

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May's Diabetes Technology Report No needle CGM approved in Europe, Investors Calls and more

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Welcome to May’s Diabetes Technology Report. In this months episode: SugarBEAT, first no needle CGM has received CE mark, information from investors calls about Dexcoms, FreeStyle Libres, Insulets and Tandems future plans and Beta Bionics has just began home clinical trials of their Bionic Pancreas System. Links SugarBEAT Video Credit: Dexcom Investors Call Transcript...

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