Day: September 26, 2020

Graham Hawkes, HAWX Open Ocean

The July/August edition of Marine Technology Reporter, the 15th Annual “MTR100”, recognizes Graham Hawkes a subsea innovator, explorer, inventor and pusher of boundaries. A pioneer in the realm of ocean engineering, he’s designed and built more than 60 manned submersibles—everything from atmospheric dive suits to flying subs. As a test pilot, he’s maintained the deepest solo dive record for more than 20 years. He’s also the founder of HAWX Open Ocean LLC, created to design and build revolutionary marine technologies that enable undersea access to all.

Inspired by the people he’s encountered throughout his career, Hawkes’ passion of and dedication towards marine exploration has evolved over the years. Meeting marine biologist Sylvia Early “challenged me to achieve the goal of reaching full ocean depth and helped me develop an appreciation of all ‘critters’ and a sense of needing to care for this planet,” he said. Later on, upon talking

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SAE International Partners with General Motors to Bring New STEM Computer Programming into Elementary Schools


3 ‘Strong Buy’ Stocks With Over 7% Dividend Yield

Markets are volatile, there can be no doubt. So far this month, the S&P 500 has fallen 9% from its peak. The tech-heavy NASDAQ, which had led the gainers all summer, is now leading the on the fall, having lost 11% since September 2. The three-week tumble has investors worried that we may be on the brink of another bear market.The headwinds are strong. The usual September swoon, the upcoming election, doubts about another round of economic stimulus – all are putting downward pressure on the stock markets.Which doesn’t mean that there are no opportunities. As the old saw goes, “Bulls and bears can both make money, while the pigs get slaughtered.” A falling market may worry investors, but a smart strategy can prevent the portfolio from losing too much long-term value while maintaining a steady income. Dividend stocks, which

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Xbox Series X vs PlayStation 5: Gamers wonder which one to buy, Internet says ‘PS5 that’s where the games are’

After teasing the fans for years over technological advances, features and games of their next-generation consoles, both Microsoft and Sony have released the pricing and availability for the Xbox One Series X and PS5 respectively. Making your Christmas shopping easy and complicated at the same time, both the companies have promised to make your holiday beautiful if you’ve got the required $750 for that.

Microsoft revealed that its two next-gen consoles the Xbox Series X and more affordable Xbox Series S will launch on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, for $499/£449/AU$749 and $299/£249/AU$499 respectively. Xbox Series X pre-orders will open on Tuesday, September 22. While Sony’s core PS5 (with the disc drive) will cost you $499.99/£449.99/AU$749.95, PlayStation 5 Digital Edition (without disc drive) is available in the range of $399.99/£349.99/AU$599.95. The high-built product will launch on Thursday, November 12, in USA, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, with

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