Dubbed Zipbike, the new program won’t officially launch until January 2017, starting with 10 schools and then spreading to a total of 15 by the end of the year. Students and faculty can rent out cars and bikes using one app and one membership, the companies say. … [Read more...] about Zipcar is launching bike-share programs on 15 college campuses
Medical certification programs
Both Kohli and Scott and their teams are working to make UVC disinfection of personal protective equipment (PPE), such as face masks and N95 respirators, more efficient. Kohli's group advises hospitals and vendors repurposing existing UVC equipment for N95 respirator decontamination. Scott's group developed a machine that can be used by smaller medical facilities and a software program that helps users factor in the geometry of the disinfection room so that staff can deliver the most effective dose of UVC. … [Read more...] about Does UV light kill the new coronavirus?
With a nearly flawless rating on the App Store, this top-rated exercise and fitness tool will help you exercise individual body parts including your back and your neck, and there are over 60 workout programs that include nearly 300 exercises based on your individual fitness level and goals. … [Read more...] about Stay fit and healthy at home with this top-rated app
"We're looking at exploring the options to do that for the first time with one of the Indigenous remote communities across Australia at the moment," he said. "That's probably a two to three-year goal, but we're certainly doing the research for that now and aim to have a first base station in the next three to four years." … [Read more...] about iNTTN democratising access to telecommunications across Australia
It may also mean, however, a new era of spaghetti code (that is, unstructured and difficult-to-maintain code). Just because you're moving on from monolithic code (bad!) doesn't mean that you're not replacing it with "a distributed systems problem with implications for deployment, communication, monitoring, and so on" (also bad!), as Johannes Staffans has written. As with more traditional software development, developing easy-to-maintain microservices requires a thoughtful approach. … [Read more...] about How to avoid turning microservices into distributed spaghetti code