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New Year, New You: Get Beginner-friendly Electronics Training for Just $20

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Electronics engineers earn average base salaries of $107k per year. Have you considered a career in this lucrative field? Then get your training started with The Complete Circuit Design and Simulation Super Bundle, discounted considerably during our New Year, New You sale.

This massive 19-course package provides students with a comprehensive introduction to the world of electronics. They’ll discover how to design workable circuits, create their own printed circuit boards (PCBs), and even get acquainted with electronics prototyping using Arduinos. And that’s just scratching the surface.

These courses come highly rated and are facilitated by Educational Engineering, a team of professionals who have successfully imparted their electronics wisdom on students over the past 13 years.

If this is an area that you are interested in but aren’t ready to devote thousands of dollars on tuition to MIT, then this is a great alternative — especially right now, since you can get it for just $20 during this sale without having to use any coupon codes. 

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China Science, Technology News Summary — Jan. 17

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BEIJING, Jan. 17 (Xinhua) — The following is a summary of published science and technology news of China.

3D COSMIC MAP

An international team including Chinese astronomers has created the largest 3D map with most details of the universe — marking a step closer for man to understanding the expansion of the universe and galaxy formation and evolution.

The researchers cataloged more than 7.5 million

Original Post: bignewsnetwork.com

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China Focus: High-speed Railways Ease Spring Festival Travel Rush

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BEIJING, Jan. 17 (Xinhua) — Just after Lei Yun checked in at the Shenzhen Railway Station for a train leaving at noon, he sent a text message to his family living some 800 km away in the eastern Chinese city of Nanchang informing them that he would be home for dinner.

“With the newly opened Ganzhou-Shenzhen high-speed railway, the journey home only takes a third of the time it did in the past,” he said.

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Study Explores Improving Reading Skills Through Action Video Games

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Washington [US], January 17 (ANI): During a recent study, an Italian-Swiss team demonstrated that children’s reading skills can be improved through a novel child-friendly action video game.
The findings of the study were published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour.
Decoding letters into sound is a key point in learning to read but is not enough to master it. “Reading calls upon several other essential mechanisms that

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