Spanish is the 2nd most spoken language in the world and by 2050, it is likely that more than 10 percent of the world population will be speaking Spanish. If you are interested in learning Spanish and have some bitcoin to spare, then you’ve come to the right place.
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Finally! A President who gets it! Check out this video in which Obama kicks off the the Educate to Innovate initiative. In another video, he speaks about the FIRST Robotics competition and the importance of getting our students excited about Science and Technology:
FIRST Robotics Competition – Waterloo 2010
One of the most life altering experiences for me was being one of the judges for the FIRST Competition last year. Fast forward to 1:03:00 to see us judges making a fool out of ourselves in front of thousands of spectators. Ahem….we’ll do anything for FIRST. :) I’m so proud of all the kids who choose to participate in this awe inspiring competition.
In fact, last year, I had the good fortune of getting to meet Dean Kamen at the ASME conference in Boston. If you don’t know this by now, Dean Kamen is my HERO!!!
For the past few weeks, I’ve been travelling around Colombia and Brazil to promote Quanser’s Mechatronic Control and Robotic Solutions for teaching and research. Here are a few videos which summarize the highlights of our travel.
May 2 – 6, 2011: Week 1 in Colombia (Quanser & ICL)
Sabeer Bhatia is an entrepreneur and founder of NanoCity and sits on the board of directors of several companies as well as advises start-ups. With NanoCity, he hopes to replicate the vibrance and eco-system of innovation found in the Silicon Valley.
Bhatia was born in India in 1968. Two years into his undergraduate education at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, he transferred to Caltech. He later received his master’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University, then went on to work at Apple and Fire Power Systems before co-founding Hotmail.