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Technology    June 6, 2016
Posted by Prachi Patel

Researchers have decoded the genomes of mammoths and a 700,000-year-old horse using DNA fragments extracted from fossils in the past few years. DNA clearly persists far longer than the bodies for which it carries the genetic codes. more By clicking on this link, you are now leaving ThinkFurtherAlger.com. The reference to a link to a […]

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Technology    January 27, 2016
Posted by Andrei Vakulenko

Not since the extinction of the dinosaurs has Earth lost so much life. This time, however, it can’t be attributed to asteroids, volcanic eruptions or an ice age: Humans are the perpetrators. According to the Center for Biological Diversity, 99 percent of today’s threatened species are at risk because of human activities, which range from […]

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October 30, 2015
Posted by Jacob Morgan

Work just isn’t what it used to be. The idea that employees are cogs, managers are slave drivers, and that work itself is drudgery is becoming obsolete. Many organizations around the world are starting to explore and examine what the workplace of the future is going to look like. Of course conversations around millennials, culture, management, workplace design, and the like are common. However, technology is actually the central nervous system that holds everything together […]

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Technology    October 23, 2015
Posted by Nicholas Provenzano

Looking ahead five years can be a daunting task, but not too difficult if we pay attention to trends in education and technology. The traditional classroom will be considered more of a relic than ever before, wearable technology will become more commonplace and change the way students consume content, and the abilities to connect with […]

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Technology    November 21, 2014
Posted by Jennifer Healey

Dr. Jennifer Healey:  I’ve always been fascinated by technology because I think it’s the one thing that can make us have the best lives possible, that things could do things for us that we couldn’t do for ourselves.  I think the handoff to automation will be gradual over the next 50 years.  I think we’re […]

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