This post is an amalgam of several emails I sent to a private journalism-related listserv. I’ve got a project brewing in the ol’ noggin relating to journalism, objectivity, and transparency. I figured I’d post this publicly, in the hopes of soliciting more opinions, so please feel free to post in the comments. So, one of … Read more
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have successfully demonstrated a technique for fabricating a better battery using a genetically engineered virus. They announced their technique for the battery earlier this month, maintaining that it allows them to use a much wider variety of materials for potentially higher-capacity, rechargeable batteries. The interdisciplinary team of MIT scientists … Read more
[flashvideo file=”flash_video/UnemploymentSeminar.flv” /] This is the first video that I’ve turned in for Northwestern that hasn’t been completely terrible. It’s a story about a group in Chicago that provides support services for the unemployed to assist in their job search called the Career Transitions Center.