Technology Tidbits

A sea change may be underway. Start to learn Finnish!

High-tech Japan shocked as children snub science from PhysOrg.com
A new survey shows Japanese children sinking in academic scores and coming last internationally in the percentage seeking science careers, shocking a nation long proud of its technological prowess.[]

Study: Finns Are Best Science Students from PhysOrg.com
(AP) — Finnish students have the world’s best performance in science, according to a study published Tuesday.[]

Microbial fuel cells turn on the juice from PhysOrg.com
The combination of beer, wastewater, microbes, fuel cells, high school students and teachers sounds like a witches’ brew for an old -fashioned, illicit ’60s beach party.[]

(This will work with the Sperm-Bots earlier noted, I suppose)

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2 thoughts on “Technology Tidbits

  1. Hyviä uutisia, ja vielä Itsenäisyyspäivänä.(For those who are linguistically challenged, today happens to be the Independence Day here in Finland.)

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