Proud to have served as moderator for the Frontier Tech Forum Diversity panel mentioned in this article. ______________________________________________ By: Tracy Leigh Hazzard, CEO, Hazz Design@hazzdesign In both people and product, a lack of diversity spells disaster for your funding and success. I feel like we’ve reached a point with the word diversity, where we kind of skip […]

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Rising Media announced a series of special features and highlights for its upcoming Frontier Tech Forum event in San Diego, including an Amazon Alexa Hackathon, an interactive panel focusing on diversity in technology businesses, and a host of talks from key players in 3D printing, robotics, and virtual & augmented reality. “The opportunity to dissect […]

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Editor’s Note: As a proud marketing partner of the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego and their Contextual Robotics Forum, we wanted to share the summary of what was covered.  From all accounts, it was a fabulous success. Here is a portion of the story with a link to the rest.  Enjoy. Tackling Changes […]

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On Oct. 28, 2016, the University of California San Diego will host the annual Contextual Robotics Forum, a one-day event featuring talks by world leaders and local researchers developing robotics for the benefit of society. This year’s theme is “Shared Autonomy: New Directions in Human-Machine Interaction”. In just one day, attendees will get a big picture […]

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In a possible advance for diabetics, UC San Diego has created a way to measure glucose with a special ink that’s applied to the skin with an ordinary pen. The “bio ink” causes a chemical reaction that reveals glucose levels which are then read by a small wearable sensor. “This is a proof-of-concept step that […]

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Nanotechnology could dramatically improve energy storage for electronics, cars, and buildings. By Wendy Koch, National Geographic Published November 17, 2014 Tiny is big in the quest to build batteries that store more energy for cars, buildings, and personal electronics. Nanosize batteries that are 80,000 times thinner than a human hair represent a promising new front. […]

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By Colin Jeffrey, October 13, 2014 Artist’s impression of an electron wave in a crystal of nuclear-spin-free silicon-28 atoms (Image: Dr Stephanie Simmons, UNSW) In what are claimed to be new world records, two teams working in parallel at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia have each found solutions to problems facing […]

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