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Archive for / 'Science Archives - Synapticats'

July 23, 2013

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The science behind WordLab

Word Laboratory, or WordLab for short, is a fun little application that makes up nonsense words. Interesting words, funny words, bizarre words. It’s entertaining if you enjoy words and language. It’s useful if you need to coin a new term or come up with a new product name. I simply like seeing what comes next, […]

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March 5, 2013

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Robots and Frisbees!!

Synapticats is proud to sponsor Glencoe High School’s Robotics team. We love robots (who doesn’t) and it’s also a great way to introduce kids to software and hardware engineering. This year, competing teams have designed and built a robot that will gather and throw frisbees through a variety of goals and then climb a jungle-gym […]

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February 13, 2013

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Curiosity successfully drills Martian surface in search for evidence of water | The Verge

Who doesn’t like space and robots? Nobody! NASA began drilling and analysis of Martian bedrock at the Gale Crater and tweeted some an image for all to see. There is a video simulation as well. Curiosity successfully drills Martian surface in search for evidence of water | The Verge. NASA – NASA Curiosity Rover Collects […]

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