From 1939 to 1945, the scientists behind the Manhattan Project raced to develop the first nuclear weapon. The results would change history. On July 16, 1945, the Manhattan Project proved to be a success: The shock-wave of the first-ever-detonated atomic bomb rippled from inside an empty desert in New Mexico all the way out to
Marie Curie’s biography presents an inspiring portrait of a woman who overcame poverty and misogyny to make Earth-shattering scientific discoveries. Marie Curie is a woman of many outstanding firsts. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in physics in 1903. Eight years later, she became the first person and only woman to

The Invention Of Money – The New Yorker

In three centuries the heresies of two bankers became the basis of our modern economy. When the Venetian merchant Marco Polo got to China, in the latter part of the thirteenth century, he saw many wonders—gunpowder and coal and eyeglasses and porcelain. One of the things that astonished him most, however, was a new invention,
Like many medications, the wakefulness drug modafinil, which is marketed under the trade name Provigil, comes with a small, tightly folded paper pamphlet. For the most part, its contents—lists of instructions and precautions, a diagram of the drug’s molecular structure—make for anodyne reading. The subsection called “Mechanism of Action,” however, contains a sentence that might induce sleeplessness by
Around the year 2000, Apple’s Steve Jobs saw a grim version of the company’s future: Apple would be increasingly dependent on major technology retailers who sold their products. The company had great products, but without their own way to sell those products, Apple would only be as successful as other retailers. Thus the idea for
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Is a trend really a trend if it repeats year after year? That’s a valid concern in the commercial construction world. For a competitive and fragmented industry that happens to be resistant to some of the rapid evolution noted in others, participants and observers are continually seeing some of the same glacial movements take center
The MD/CEO of Rainbow Network Global Synergy Limited on the 12th of July 2019 was honored by the ECOWAS Youth Council for his glowing and commendable contribution to the development of youth In Nigeria, as well as support rendered to less privileged children unable to afford quality education through the Alex Aliegueno Omagbemi(AAO) Foundation. The
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Megacities, cities with a population of at least 10 million, are sprouting everywhere in Africa. Cairo in Egypt, Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Lagos in Nigeria are already megacities, while Luanda in Angola, Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and Johannesburg in South Africa will attain the status by 2030, according the
AECOM, in conjunction with its strategic partner the Bureau of Economic Research (BER) at the University of Stellenbosch, has launched its Africa Property & Construction Cost Guide 2019/20. “Our goal is to unlock the transformational change and innovation required to move the industry forward,” director – PCC, Africa Dean Narainsamy comments. “In each of the
Why do we price ending in “9′? Traditionally, our hotel pricing strategy has been for rates to end in a “9” based on the psychology of getting as close to the next round number as possible without going over it. The idea is that customers see $99 as being much more affordable than $100, when
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