September 24, 2014
Neuroscience is providing opportunities to go beyond standard practices in the training and education domains. What it offers is greater reliability and objectivity by examining the biophysiology of each learner during the training experience. Through objective measurements, neuroscience can validate training by verifying how well a trainee is learning at a bio-physiological level.
April 21, 2017
Guest Blogger Matt Cole, president Cubic Transportation Systems
Tags: Matt Cole, technology, decision making, intelligent solutions, Intelligent transportation systems, ITS
April 11, 2017
Guest Blogger Brad Feldmann, president and CEO
“Innovation…” It’s quite possibly, one of the most overused buzzwords of the 21st century. Despite that, it is difficult to argue that in technology, healthcare, design and many other industries, innovating is critical to success. The alternative is stagnation. But what does being innovative really mean? And how can companies underline the importance of being innovative in their employees? Why should it matter?
March 22, 2017
The month of March is Women’s History Month, a time dedicated to observing the historical and current contributions of women to society. In the United States, President Jimmy Carter first declared the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week in 1980. Six years after, the National Women’s History Project petitioned to have the event encompass the whole month of March.
Tags: Women's History Month, Zoe Yates, Christine Burnsides, Natasha McCallum-Abdo, Krishna Desai, diversity
March 10, 2017
Tags: STEM, EXPO Day, Team America Rocketry Challenge, TARC
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