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262-Foot-Long Megayacht ARTEFACT Makes Waves With Disruptive Technology, Distinctive Design, And Environmental Conciseness

The newest superyacht to be launched by Nobiskrug (the German the shipyard known for building Andrey Melnichenko’s Sailing Yacht A and many others of the world’s most distinctive megayachts) is the result of a discerning owner’s persistence to build a yacht that could achieve a long list of spec… Source …

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House Committee Moves Three Bills Supporting Clean Energy Technology R&D

On Wednesday July 10, the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology (HSST)’s Energy Subcommittee held a markup on three bills reauthorizing funding for Solar, Wind and Fossil Energy Research and Development (R&D) in the Federal government through Fiscal Year 2024. Source link

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Benefitfocus Appoints Current Board Member and Veteran Technology Finance Executive, Stephen Swad, as CFO

Benefitfocus Appoints Current Board Member and Veteran Technology Finance Executive, Stephen Swad, as CFO  GlobeNewswire CHARLESTON, S.C., July 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Benefitfocus, Inc. (NASDAQ: BNFT), a leading cloud-based benefits management platform and … Source link

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Keep: Technology in the Classroom is Great — When It Works. 3 Questions to Help Determine Whether Ed Tech Will Boost Student Learning

Keep: Technology in the Classroom is Great — When It Works. 3 Questions to Help Determine Whether Ed Tech Will Boost Student Learning  The 74 When it comes to learning technologies, educators and administrators often focus on what technology to use instead of how the technology facilitates learning. Source link

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New Spok Survey Reveals Most Clinicians Believe Technology and Workload are the Top Contributors to Clinician Burnout

Spok, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Spok Holdings, Inc. (SPOK) and a global leader in healthcare communications, announced new findings regarding clinician burnout. More than 470 clinical staff at U.S. hospitals and health systems responded to the Spok-administered survey, which measures clinician Source link

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