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Deep Value Investors Will Love This Stock

Invest in the tail end of this turnaround, or go with a good business at a good price. Full story

Your Next TV Could Monitor Heart Health

TVs could soon provide much more than entertainment. Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory have developed a new way to measure the heart rates of people just by using ordinary video footage to track facial movements.  Full story

NYC Coding Program Pushes for Computer Science Curriculum

Reading, writing, arithmetic and … programming? New York City thinks that every kid should learn to code to keep up in today's world, and it's started a program to make it happen. Full story

'Nobody's ever been a hummingbird'

   Dr. Robin Murphy, professor of computer science, talks about learning to design new human-mechanical systems such as drones and other robots.

Scientists print photos that the blind can 'see'

Software reads online content aloud and printers generate Braille text, but there hasn't been a fast and easy way to create recognizable images for the blind. Now, computer scientists in Arizona are generating social networking profile pictures the blind can "see." Full story

Students inspired by 'I, Robot' take science prize

A pair of high school students inspired by the science fiction movie "I, Robot" and another who studied star formation took home $100,000 grand prizes Monday in a competition honoring the nation's top math and science students. Full story

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German Chancellor Merkel welcomes student of computer science and economics Akil during conference for women in executive positions in Berlin

German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes Rima Akil student of computer science and economics during a conference for women in executive positions at the Chancellery in Berlin, May 7, 2013 REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)