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Robotics student invents help for those with disabilities

- Associated Press

Kavita Krishnaswamy had labored through a decade of coursework in math and computer sciences to achieve a perfect 4.0 grade-point average. The University of Maryland, Baltimore County graduate student had invented robotic devices that are discussed around the world. She'd spent three years narrowing the focus of her doctoral dissertation.

From desert wheat in Arizona to pasta in Italy

- Associated Press

Italian pasta chefs are known for crafting dishes that are as much local culture as they are food. What is less well-known is that Arizona's desert durum wheat is a common ingredient in Italian pasta.

World wonders: Could NKorea fire nuclear missile over Japan?

- Associated Press

Will North Korea's next nuclear test involve a thermonuclear missile screaming over Japan? That's a question being asked after North Korea's foreign minister said his country may test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean.

In this Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, photo, New Target Studio Weisman Art Museum curator Boris Oicherman poses for a portrait outside of the museum in Minneapolis. (Easton Green/The Minnesota Daily via AP)

At Weisman, a new take on curation and collaboration

- Associated Press

As a practicing artist with a Ph.D. in color science and an extensive background in printing technologies, computer programming and digital color imaging, Boris Oicherman can now add "Cindy and Jay Ihlenfeld Curator for Creative Collaborations," to his long list of credentials. Hired earlier in the summer by the Weisman Art Museum, he has a big project ahead of him.

Eau Claire company creates 'a place full of opportunities'

- Associated Press

From the fourth-floor community room at software developer Jamf, employees can grab a local craft beer from the fridge, teleconference with mentors at Fortune 500 companies and take in postcard-perfect views of a revitalized downtown riverfront.

Illinois governor vetoes data privacy measure

Associated Press

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has vetoed legislation requiring mobile applications that track user locations to get permission first and to outline how that data will be used.

Washington cyberstalking law on thin ice after hearing

- Associated Press

Washington's law against cyberstalking faces a dubious future after the state Attorney General's Office took a pass on defending its constitutionality during a federal court hearing Friday.