[Part 4 of the VR in Education series, “In Education We Need To Do More Than Sharpen Existing Tools.”] Could virtual reality (VR) technologies be a true game-changer in our education systems? Despite the high-growth market projections, all indications point toward VR taking a while to make its way into classrooms as solution providers develop […]

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[Part 3 of the VR in Education series, “In Education We Need To Do More Than Sharpen Existing Tools”] When a technology like virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR) is described as having the potential to change our lives even more than the smartphone, you can bet that the demand for, and interest from, […]

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Abraham Lincoln once said ‘If I had six hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend the first four hours sharpening the axe.” In today’s world, particularly in education, we understand that sharpening existing tools are no longer the best way to do the job. In industry, organizations spend billions of dollars on learning content […]

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Celebrating its 28th year, the San Diego Section of the American Chemical Society (ACS) celebrated National Chemistry Week (NCW) by hosting ChemExpo on Saturday, October 24th in collaboration with Miramar College Chemistry Faculty. NanoTecNexus was proud to be among the exhibitors this year showcasing a variety of hands-on nanotechnology demonstrations. About a thousand middle and […]

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Editor’s Note: Great video done by PBS and perfect topic given our upcoming event.  Don’t miss out on Early Bird Tickets!!!  Register now. PBS series “It’s Okay To Be Smart” takes a look at how beer is made, and what external factors influence the final product. Most people have a general idea of how beer […]

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