Join Unisys Senior Client Advisor Rick Leopoldi as he discusses the forces that are creating change on IT organizations and describes the process IT leaders must undertake to reinvent, realign and re-energize their most important asset; their people, to be ready to thrive in the new world of digital.
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Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have created 3D-printable, bio-based "smart" materials that can change shape when heating with an electrical current or exposed to various ambient temperatures.
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