Research Buoy Raises Red Flags About San Francisco Bay’s Health

 

According to the CBS,

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — A research buoy anchored off the San Francisco waterfront is raising red flags when it comes to the levels of carbon dioxide in the air we breath. Once a year, researchers pull the buoy out of the water and analyze the data it has gathered. “So when it comes up, you…

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Frequent Technology Use Linked to ADHD Symptoms in Teens, Study

A new study of 2,500 teenagers suggests that frequent use of digital media can lead to higher risk of developing ADHD-related symptoms . By Daniela Hernandez and Betsy Morris The Wall Street Journal July 17, 2018 11:00 a.m. ET . Parents, teachers and clinicians worry that use of digital media like social-networking sites, videogames and streaming services […]

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New Life-Saving Test Diagnoses Heart Attacks Faster At UC Davis — CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new life-saving test to catch heart attacks is now being used by UC Davis emergency room doctors. The test was rolled out about a month ago and has already reduced the number of patients in the ER. “I didn’t know where I was, what I was doing, I was in incredible…

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DMV Opening Several Offices On Select Saturdays — CBS Sacramento

We used to have many DMV and several of them were open on Saturdays. One day I called for renewal of drivers license. They told me DMV closed for Saturday’s.:)

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Dozens of DMV field offices across California will soon be open on Saturdays. The offices are being opened to try and ease wait times. We’re offering Saturday service in June. 40 offices will be open Saturday, June 16 and 23. Starting in July, the offices will open the first and third Saturday…

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What Are Carbon Nanotubes and Why Should You Care? — AIVAnet

Have you heard of carbon nanotubes? Probably not. They sound like a futuristic technology that has lots of vaguely high-tech properties. And that is pretty much exactly what they are. Carbon nanotubes are made from similar materials to carbon fiber, and while the nanotubes do have structural applications like carbon fiber, they also do so, so much more. In this article, we’re going to break down the what, why, and how of carbon nanotubes so that you understand what they are, and why they actually matter to you. What Are Nanotubes?

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Microsoft Seeks To Use AI To Help People With Disabilities

NEW YORK CITY (AP) — Microsoft is launching a $25 million initiative to use artificial intelligence to build better technology for people with disabilities. CEO Satya Nadella announced the new “AI for Accessibility” effort as he kicked off Microsoft’s annual conference for software developers. The Build conference in Seattle features sessions on cloud computing, artificial…

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