Perseverance deputy project manager Matt Wallace, who’s working his fifth Mars rover mission, said the pandemic won’t dampen the mood come landing day. “I don’t think COVID’s going to be able to stop us from jumping up and down, and fist bumping,” he said. “You’re going to see a lot of happy people no matter what, once we get this thing on the surface safely.” ___ The Associated Press Health and Science Department receives support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education.
Dec 8, 2020India’s preparations for next year’s T20 World Cup started with a bang when Virat Kohli’s boys sealed the T20I series against Australia on Sunday. Now, the icing on the cake would be a clean sweep of the three match series. The Men in Blue have a golden chance, and they can achieve the feat in the inconsequential third T20I at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday..
Mirrorsize, a Delhi based AI company that offers a 3D body measurement tool, has also seen a healthy rise in business. The company claims to have doubled its business and have sealed customers from Australia, the US, Pakistan, Morocco and even India. The tool helps in providing precise body measurements via a smartphone app, and in these times of social distancing, many bespoke fashion merchants have resorted to this automated option for custom tailoring..
I’m doubting they miscalculated the size of the parking lot since they seem to be advertising the distance being over a mile. You’d think they’d have about three times as many displays for that length. They could at least have some Christmas trees and other assorted decorations, lighted or not, peppered in just to add to the aesthetic, but that’s apparently too much to ask.
All that being said, I’d apply to GS, and Yale Eli Whitney, and any other school that appeals to you and has a good CS program. In the meantime, think about your dream job after graduation and search LinkedIn to see what kinds of schools are represented at that company. Also look for UAZ CS/CE alums and reach out to them to ask what their experiences have been like.
There are so many brewing methods to choose from (French press, the currently trendy dalgona whipped, pour over), but many caffeine fiends still rely on the classic, automatic drip for their daily fix. As tried and true as drip may be, however, there’s a wide range of options that can leave consumers befuddled. Do you seek a traditional or more design forward setup? Nifty bonus features to meet everyone’s needs, or do one primary thing really well? Perhaps most importantly, does spending more money mean better coffee?.