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Over 250 Students to Test Robotics Programming Skills at FLL 2015

Over 250 Students to Test Robotics Programming Skills at FLL 2015

Coderina, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that works to promote STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) education is bringing FIRST® LEGO® League, an exciting and fun global robotics program that ignites an enthusiasm for discovery, ... NigeriaCommunicationsWeek, 2 weeks ago
World Magazine

The Gunman: A typical action flick with a few timeless principles

The Gunman aims for viewers who enjoy ricocheting bullets, exploding IEDs, and kick-em-stick-em knife fights. The year is 2006, and Jim Terrier (a super-muscular Sean Penn) works by day as a security contractor for an international mining company ...
 World Magazine1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Fraser an unlikely radical

Everyone is familiar with the political movement of youthful leftists to the right. The alternative drift - of conservatives to the left - is far less common. As I read Malcolm Fraser's new book on Australian foreign policy, Dangerous Allies, which ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago

The American Empire is a Threat to Every Nation's Security

President Obama just declared Venezuela a threat to US national security , which is code word for any smaller, less powerful nation possessing balls enough to thumb its nose at the Empire bully America. The lie of accusing another sovereign nation ...
 Global Research2 weeks ago

Western Cape Budget Speech 2015

Honourable Speaker and Deputy Speaker Honourable Premier and Cabinet Colleagues Honourable Leader of the Opposition Honourable members of the Western Cape Legislature Honourable Members of the National Assembly The Western Cape Public ...
 Western Cape Government3 weeks ago

Can the Private Sector Replace NGOs in the Developing World?

In western Kenya, Mikkel Vestergaard Frandsen is sometimes treated like a demigod. When I accompany him on his visit to local schools, we are barely out of the SUV when we are swarmed by children in sort-of-matching uniforms, singing and dancing.
 MSNBC Newsweek4 weeks ago

Ten What's With…Thanassis Cambanis

loading... by Micah Zenko February 27, 2015 Thanassis Cambanis is a fellow at The Century Foundation and a columnist at the 1. What is the most interesting project you are currently working on? Interesting to whom? As an antidote to the ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago

Erica Dhawan: How Connectional Inteligence Can Make You Successful

I spoke to Erica Dhawan , the co-author of the new book coming out this week Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence , withSaj-nicole Joni.Erica is the founder & CEO of Cotential , a global consultancy that accelerates the ...
 Forbes.com1 month ago

Buhari, symbol of failure Oritsejafor

Chief Roland Oritsejafor, the Ogwa of Warri Kingdom served under former President Olusegun Obasanjo as Minister of state for Defence and was also the deputy national secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Addressing journalists recently at ...
 Daily Newswatch1 month ago

Art & Entertainment News 13/2

Legendary American 80s mixer to headline show US DJ John Morales, a legendary mixer/remixer of the 80s, will perform at a pre-Tet party at the Observatory tomorrow. Morales started playing records in his native Bronx, and then edited and remixed ...
 VietNamNet Bridge1 month ago
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