By Ted Auch, Great Lakes Program Coordinator, FracTracker Alliance In collaboration with Caleb Gallemore, Assistant Professor in International Affairs, Lafayette University The September 3rd magnitude 5.8 earthquake in Pawnee, Oklahoma, is the most violent example of induced seismicity, or “man-made” earthquakes, in U.S. history, causing Oklahoma governor Mary Fallin to declare a state of emergency. This was […]
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Moving from A to B on a wheelchair is a challenge on many different levels. One of them is lack of data about wheelchair accessibility which is needed to select a venue and to choose the optimal route to reach it. While wheelchair-friendly routing still requires browsing StreetView looking for ramps and searching for any barriers, the information about […]
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Amazon has already revolutionized the online retail market. Now it’s doing the same thing to the market supply chain. On December 7th, 2016 the company performed the first commercial delivery via autonomous drone. It was a single shipment in Cambridge, UK, which took approx. 13 minutes from the moment a customer placed an order. After a […]
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