Researchers face major hurdle in quantum computing

In a series of treatises, the Rochester researchers report significant advances in improving the transfer of information in quantum systems. Quantum science has the potential to revolutionize modern technology with more efficient computers, communications, and sensing devices. However, achieving these technical goals remains a challenge, especially with regard to the …

Read More »

Boys and Girls Club receives $ 15 million state grant

Release: Governor Kemp Announces $ 15 Million in GEER Funding to Boys and Girls Clubs of Georgia to Address Learning Gaps Caused by COVID-19 Atlanta, Georgia – Recently, Governor Brian P. Kemp announced the availability of $ 15 million in the Governor’s Educational Emergency Relief (GEER) fund to Boys and …

Read More »

$ 500,000 to support the training of the manufacturing industry in the center-north and south-east of the PA

Governor Tom Wolf announced a total of $ 500,000 in funding for Workforce Solutions for the North Central PA and Rhoads Industries, across Pennsylvania Manufacturing training at the quarry (MTTC), enabling businesses to develop awareness programs about careers and opportunities within the state’s manufacturing industry and to help businesses identify …

Read More »

Climate change is melting arctic ice caves

Qaiyaan Harcharek is the harpooner of his Iñupiaq whaling crew in Utqiaġvik, the northernmost city in Alaska. “I was lucky to have nine whales,” he said, which is no small feat. Bowhead whales can be up to 60 feet long and weigh 75 to 100 tons. Landing requires extensive skills, …

Read More »

The achievable magic of fishing

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE STORY OF UP NORTH COVER Trout fishing, standing in the cold, clean waters they ask for, you wave the rod like a magic wand casting a spell – that ten o’clock, two o’clock stroke. You immerse yourself in the serenity, the hum of …

Read More »