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Bolivian boat builder Paulino Esteban poses 25 August 2002 in front of a reed boat in Huatajata, 83 Kilometers (562 miles) north of La Paz. Esteban and his team assembled the reed boat, a design they hope would be capable of carrying eight tons of stone 90 kms (56 miles) across Lake Titicaca in ten days. The University of Wisconsin at Madison, the University of Colorado, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and UMSA, the Bolivian university, are all taking part in the project.
My colleagues at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Fusion Technology Institute recognized the long-term terrestrial energy potential of what had been found in the first samples of lunar soil ... That certainly stimulated my ideas about producing Helium-3 energy from the lunar regolith.
UW-Madison economics alumni reach out to me to find out how they can recruit more Badgers for their company ... The most difficult factor for recent graduates to find a job is not having adequate experiences outside the classroom as an undergraduate.More quotes »
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