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UC Davis students build coffee can radar project inspired by MIT

Blinking lights is a lot of fun, but if you’re getting an EE degree the cool stuff becomes a bit more involved. In this case, building your own radar is the thing to do. Here’s a coffee can radar setu... read more

Hella Good: Mixing Science and California Slang to Name a Really Big Number

UC Davis student Austin Sendek seems to think so. He has initiated a Facebook campaign to designate a scientifically accepted prefix for this number, 10^27. The prefix he chose is “hella” because it i... read more

How the Collapse of Nokia Is Igniting Europe's Next Silicon Valley

The story of Finland’s fascinating emergence as a hotbed for startups — quite possibly the next Silicon Valley of Europe — can’t be ... of business and tech students took a class trip to MIT several y... read more

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