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Fingertip sensor gives robot unprecedented dexterity

The sensor is an adaptation of a technology called GelSight, which was developed by the lab of Edward Adelson, the John and Dorothy Wilson Professor of Vision Science at MIT, and first described in 2009. The new sensor isn’t as sensitive as the original GelSight sensor, which could resolve details on the micrometer scale. But it’s smaller — small

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Does education minister need a degree?

Recently, following the appointment of Smriti Irani as Union Minister for Human Resource Development in India, there was a raging controversy over the educational qualification of the minister. After some heated arguments, for and against, the question lingering was: ‘Does the education minister need a degree?’

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Motivation
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Orange’s Fab Ivory Coast & Fab Israel

Besides its commitment with start-ups, Orange has also attracted the interest of African partners and of the ecosystem of developers in Ivory Coast,

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Hospitality will continue to grow

Hospitality is one of the most dynamic, career-rich and expanding sectors in the world today. Opening up a number of opportunities for the youngsters, hospitality industry is on the growing path now.

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Serving the Nation

Established to be an academic institution in dynamic equilibrium with its social, ecological and economic environment striving continuously for

Established to be an academic institution in dynamic equilibrium with its social, ecological and economic environment striving continuously for