Telephone Therapy is Helping Older People In Underserved Rural Areas | KQED
A new study, by researchers at Wake Forest University and published in JAMA Psychiatry, found lower rates of anxiety and depression among older people in rural areas who talk to their therapist via phone.
5 Resources for Learning About Engineering Careers | KQED
Curious as to what a design release engineer does, or a mechatronics engineer? Find out the answers and engage young people in engineering careers with this collection of resources from around the Web.
When It Comes To Learning for the Deaf, 'It's a 3-D Language' | KQED
English nursery rhymes don't translate well to ASL, a visual language. One team is merging high tech with cognitive research to improve language learning for deaf and hard of hearing children.
Flood Maps Can Get Much Sharper With A Little Supercomputing Oomph
Entrepreneurs are turning to Oak Ridge National Lab's supercomputer to make all sorts of things, including maps that are much more accurate in predicting how a neighborhood will fare in a flood.
E-book: Engineering Is Bringing Fish Up from the Deep | KQED
The ocean's mysterious twilight zone is home to a wealth of fish species, many that are new to researchers. In this e-book from KQED, discover how scientists from the California Academy of Sciences engineered a device to safely transport live fish from the twilight zone back to the Academy's aquarium for further study.
Try These Interactive Demos Of Apple Watch Apps Featured At Apple’s Events – TechCrunch
Apple has now spent a fair amount of time showing us how Apple Watch apps will work on its wearable, which launches on April 24 (with pre-orders starting April 10), but few have had a chance to try out the software for themselves. Dedicated watch app site WatchAware has spent considerable time and …
Apple Watch wants to be your fitness everything
The Apple Watch wants to be your fitness everything, from tracking daily activities and nudging you to get off the couch to helping you train for marathons.