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Can we save wildlife with 3D printing?

Sculpteo Blog – 7.18.19 (7.16.19)

We recently wrote about saving forests thanks to Additive Manufacturing, now new research was conducted to protect wildlife animals. Brandy Neiles, a resource biologist from South Dakota’s Gae, Fish & Parks, is changing the face of preserving the Bobcat population with his revolutionary development.

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Introducing the Honey Harvest

Nanoleaf Blog – 7.16.19 (7.13.19)

The team at Nanoleaf is made up of diverse, global citizens who are passionate about what we do and the communities that are home to us and our customers. Every summer, we run an initiative that seeks to use our voice to raise awareness and funds in support of an issue of global importance that matters, and that everyone can help solve.

Read more: Introducing the Honey Harvest – Nanoleaf.me

Any student can be inspired by the possibilities of computer science

Google YouTube Channel – 6.18.19 (6.13.19)

 

Google and 4-H, the nation’s largest youth development organization, are working together to provide young Americans the opportunity to learn computer science through hands-on activities in their own communities.

Source: Any student can be inspired by the possibilities of computer science

TCL and Melvin Gordon Partner to Support ENF and CHOC

TCL YouTube Channel – 6.18.19 (6.16.19)

 

We recently teamed up with LA running back, Melvin Gordon, to support the Emilio Nares Foundation (ENF) and CHOC Children’s Hospital through our #TCLcares initiative! Gordon joined patients in the ENF van as they were transported to appointments and presented a donation to ENF from money he raised through TCL’s annual 4K Football Challenge.

Source: TCL and Melvin Gordon Partner to Support ENF and CHOC

Stop Discarding Devices Frequently- It’s Risky for Mother Earth as Well As Your Cybersecurity

McAfee Blog – 6.17.19 (6.13.19)

Aunty, do you happen to have any waste paper at home? I need them for my Environment Day project,” chirped a bright little thing standing at my door early Sunday morning.

I am sure I have. What is your project this year?”

Oh! I want to emphasize on ‘Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.’ by making durable paper bags that people can pack their gifts in. It will also reduce the use of plastic.”

We need more such efforts on the part of all producers, consumers and recyclers to restore the balance on earth, which we have sadly turned into a dump yard of toxic waste that is polluting our land, water and air. The matter is serious and calls for judicious purchase and use of goods.

Read more: Stop Discarding Devices Frequently- It’s Risky for Mother Earth as Well As Your Cybersecurity

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