Why ‘soft robots’ have NASA, doctors, and tech whizzes so excited

The appeal of “soft robots” lies in their flexibility and versatility. NASA scientists envision them one day skittering across the surface of Mars. Others see them worming their way into the deepest recesses of the human body. Yet another possibility, according to Georgia Tech assistant engineering professor Ellen Mazumdar, is that they could be used to sift through the wreckage…

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How to Choose Top Quality CBD Products?

The CBD industry is currently experiencing a significant trend because of the passing of the 2018 farm bill. And as a result, there has been an increase in the demand for the products. CBD remains a controversial topic because of its origination. The users who have tested the compound have brought testimonies on its effectiveness, while the rest who haven’t…

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How DocuWare Works With Human Resources, Sales, And Marketing

Now it is completely accepted fact that catering is a very good and profitable business. I've shown how American healthcare is very good. Universal healthcare is another entitlement that increases the burden of non-producers on producers. The more the government gives people for free, the less incentive they have to improve their situation. We already have huge problems with people…

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What we are looking forward to in 2021

Normally at this time of year, most of us are concerned with figuring out our New Year’s resolutions (that we probably won’t keep beyond the first week of January). But as every single person knows, 2020 was not a normal year, and this is not a normal New Year’s Eve. Instead of resolutions, this might be a time to think…

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The top 10 business ebooks and audiobooks checked out from public libraries in 2020

The pandemic forced public libraries to close their doors, but they remained resilient in supporting local communities by moving important programs, tools, and resources online as much as possible. The pandemic also renewed (pardon the pun) people’s relationships with the library, encouraging readers and listeners to download digital services like OverDrive and its digital reading app, Libby, for free access…

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Under Biden, expect more scrutiny of Big Tech and mergers

Our mission to make business better is fueled by readers like you. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. The Biden administration is expected to take a tougher stance against acquisitions than President Trump’s while continuing a recent flurry of antitrust cases against Big Tech. “Antitrust law and policy are poised for a course correction,” says Andrew Gavil, an…

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Traditional vs. mobile method of placing orders. Pros and cons of both solutions

Difficult times and market requirements. How are the gastronomic facilities coping with the epidemic? The epidemiological situation in Poland has affected many aspects of our everyday life. Social contacts, the activity of cultural institutions or stores, as well as the rules of organizing sports or entertainment events have been limited. However, gastronomy became one of the most affected sectors –…

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Will working women recover in 2021? Six experts share their predictions

In 2020, working women suffered unprecedented losses, facing both disproportionate job loss and a mushrooming of caregiving responsibilities—a combination that could ultimately roll back much of the progress women have made in the workforce over the past years and decades. But, with a new year, a new presidential administration, and a coronavirus vaccine on the horizon, do women stand a…

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