Monthly Archives: July 2012

Green IT

Let’s listen to professor Kannan Mohan talk about CIS 3700, Green I.T. CIS 3700 is offered in Baruch College to students who have completed CIS 2200. For detailed information about this course, click here.

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The Story of Bottled Water

Let’s take a look a video about bottled water by The Story of Stuff Project

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Bike to Work

In an earlier post we mentioned about the new CitiBike program, but this comes with a question, even if we have bicycles readily accessible, would people want to use them? New York City, as we all know, is packed with … Continue reading

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Mussel Power!

In the Bronx River floats a raft, it is not an ordinary raft but a raft dangled with mussels. Scientists are doing an experiment to use mussels to reduce the nitrogen content in the water. A phenomenon called eutrophication in … Continue reading

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For a Soup? Is It Worth It?

Shark fin soup is a delicacy in Chinese cuisine; it is associated with health and prosperity in Chinese culture. Its main ingredient, you guess it, is shark fins. As shark population becomes endangered by hunting, partly due to the demand … Continue reading

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