Can biological quantum networks solve NP-hard problems?
There is a widespread view that the human brain is so complex that it cannot be efficiently simulated by universal Turing machines, let alone ordinary classical computers. During the last decades the question has therefore been raised whether we need to consider quantum effects to explain the imagined cognitive power of a conscious mind This paper presents a personal view of several fields of philosophy and…
Why Spying On Our Kids To Solve Cyberbullying Might Not Work
A school district in California has attracted some suspicion and much media attention for hiring a company to monitor the social media pages of 14,000 students. But an expert says teaching kids empathy is a better approach than spying on them.
College Students Work To Solve Shipwreck Mystery On Cape Cod
Bridgewater State has a unique field study going on in Mashpee, and the young people are definitely getting their feet wet.
Letter: Why bus fees won’t work to solve bus overcrowding
Overcrowding on the campus bus system has been a problem for years with students missing buses, being crammed onto one or recently pushing each other over to get on. While I agree it is a supply and demand issue, regulating demand by forcing students to pay bus fare is not the solution for a number of reasons.
Why Is Packing A Healthy Lunch For Work So Hard? We Asked The Pros To Solve All Your Problems
Water Softener Buying Guide
Q&A: Why data security controls are a hard problem to solve
The issue of data security controls are front and center in this interview with former Verizon DBIR contributor Jay Jacobs, whose conversation with Marcus Ranum explored the hard questions in the wake of the Facebook fallout.
Discover Texas Tech: The Honors College
There are countless aspects that make Texas Tech University successful - the people, the academics, the history and more. The Discover Texas Tech series will...
Discover Texas Tech: Human Sciences
In this segment of Discover Texas Tech, explore the numerous degrees and graduate programs offered at the College of Human Sciences
How school choice can make it harder to solve the problems of poverty
For those who believe a system of school choice is the answer to our education woes, DC is a model for the rest of the nation. But the decline of the neighborhood school can make it harder to address the needs of poor children in a comprehensive way. DC is a bastion of school choice, with only about a quarter of students attending their assigned neighborhood school. Overall, 44% of DC…
Discover Texas Tech: Natural Science Research Laboratory
(VIDEO) This series offers a unique perspective into the university and all it has to offer.
How our problems work and how to solve them
Problems - we all have them, right? We can have problems with health, relationships, money
How to Solve Problems at Work Before They Happen
There's no one way to solve problems before they arise, but if you're willing to track what occurs and learn from it, you're already taking a big step.
How A Flexible Work Culture Could Solve Our Sleep Problems
New research shows that for a good night’s sleep and better balanced lives, work culture needs to change.
Work Experience, Be Damned: Here's How to Hire the Best Problem Solvers (Infographic)
Throwing curveballs during job interviews can help weed out candidates who possess valuable critical thinking skills.
A 10-Minute Meditation to Help You Solve Conflicts at Work
Your 4-Step Guide to Solving Any Problem at Work—Faster
A 4-Step Guide to Better Problem Solving at Work - The Muse: Problem solving is a highly sought out skill of...
Solving the Mystery of How our Valveless Piston Pumps Work
At Fluid Metering Inc., we’ve been on the forefront of metering pump and dispenser design for over half a century. Adding to our list of achievements is our patented CeramPump® line of valveless pi…
Problem Solving at Work: It’s Not What You Know, but WHO You Know
Reviewed by: Cynthia Maupin When it comes to problem solving at work, it doesn’t necessarily matter what you know as much as who you know Employees who work directly with products or customers have first-hand experience with some of their company’s biggest issues. But many don’t have the influence or resources to solve those problems without assistance from organizational leaders. Who they turn to for help…
Why Is It So Hard to Solve Problems with Technology?
Publishing has always been an information technology business. Why then, is our industry often accused of being slow to adopt technology? Do we struggle to integrate new ideas into our systems and workflows more than we should? How can make