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Nine-year-old child genius to university degree

Laurent Simons studies electrical engineering at the Technical University Eindhoven (TUE) – a difficult course, even for students with average final age. Laurent is on his way to graduating in December. He then plans to begin a PhD program in electrical engineering while undergoing medical studies, his father told CNN. His parents, Lydia and Alexander Simons, thought Laurent's grandparents were …

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Concrete Genius: The Kotaku Review

When I launched Concrete Genie a new PlayStation 4, now available exclusively from Pixelopus, I was kidnapped into his world. The scenery of the game is lush and alive, and his tale is heartwarming: a keychild named Ash is constantly visiting the ruins of Denska, the once thriving port city where he grew up to scribble. Denska was abandoned and …

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Who are the MacArthur? Genius & # 39; Grant winner of the year 2019? Here is the full list of fellows: NPR

Recipients of the MacArthur Fellowships 2019, also known as "genius" scholarships. (Two of this year's Fellows declined photos.) John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Hide caption Caption switch John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Recipients of the MacArthur Fellowships 2019, also known as "genius" scholarships. (Two of this year's fellows refused photos.) John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur …

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Lyrics Site Genius says it caught Google copying texts in the act

Genius is probably one of the most popular lyricist websites, but it is said that Google steals more than just traffic with the search giant's own lyrics functionality. The lyrics website told Wall Street Journal that Google uses the lyrics directly from Genius.com. In addition, the website reportedly warned Google of the violations in 2017 and again in April. "Over …

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A genius device of the first generation has generated power from snowfall

Scientists have developed a first-time device that generates electricity from nothing but the natural phenomenon of snowfall. Based on the principles of the triboelectric effect that generates electrical charge after two materials The researchers' new technology exploits the fact that snow particles carry a positive electrical charge. That's why snowflakes give up electrons, provided they have the ability to interact …

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