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Though Broecker is indeed known as a cantankerous and demanding man who can be dangerous to cross, his audience was in a forgiving mood Friday afternoon, having gathered for several hours of talks and songs honoring "Wally Broecker's 50 Years of Innovation." And rightly so. Were … [Read more...] about Columbia University Honors One of Its Top Geoscientists
Before silicon got its own valley, this mild-mannered element had to vanquish many other contenders to prove itself the premier semiconductor technology. It did so in the 1950s and 1960s. Today, carbon is poised at a similar crossroads, with carbon-based technologies on the verge … [Read more...] about Mildred Dresselhaus: The Queen of Carbon
After graduating with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of British Columbia, Scott Lee was prepared to be unemployed for a long, long time. During a Comic-Con that was so long ago that it actually featured comics as the main event, he was even told that he would never … [Read more...] about One artist’s journey from DC Comics to the soul of ‘Splinter Cell’
Shock and confusion enveloped the tech world on Monday with the news that Steven Sinofsky, head of Microsoft’s $18 billion Windows division, was leaving the company effective immediately. The move comes less than a month after the debut of Windows 8 and the launch of … [Read more...] about Why did the man behind Windows jump ship, and who’s left to steer?