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April 2019

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Technology has the ability to improve life and the world in many ways. This month we look at a couple of examples of this with a development that could mean the end for chemical testing on animals. We also share some news from Apple for anyone who has an old iPhone they want to get rid of. Finally, we provide some advice for those looking for microcontrollers.

How animals may no longer be needed for chemical toxicity testing

A new high-speed algorithm may lead to the end of animal use in chemical toxicity testing. A Rutgers-led group of researchers developed an algorithm that goes through large amounts of data and analyzes it much faster than a human could. Although not ready to completely replace animals, this development represents a step in the right direction.

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Recycling Your iPhone


Apple is quadrupling the number of its recycling centers throughout the US. Users will be able to send their unwanted iPhones to these locations where Daisy, Apple's recycling robot, will disassemble them. The recycled materials are then put back in the manufacturing process. This new development goes great with Earth Day!.

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The Most Important Things to Consider When Choosing a Microcontroller

Are you shopping around for microcontrollers? These versatile components have been used in several industries. Depending on your needs, you need to make sure you choose the right kind of manufacturer. Learn more about manufacturing choices and developing prototypes in this blog.

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