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Mark Hatch — Fireside Chat At The 2012 Graduate Studies Program

Mark Hatch is CEO of TechShop, a chain of six member-based fabrication workshops that allow the public access to industrial welding, milling, electronics, and 3D printing... more

Written By: | Posted: 06/2/13

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Singularity University Announces Fundraising Campaign To Support Graduate Studies Program

It's almost June and that means that the launch of the 2013 Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University is right around the corner. To provide tuition support to... more

Written By: | Posted: 05/21/13

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What It’s Like To Be A Student At Singularity University — An Insider’s Story

Dr. Roman Yampolskiy is an assistant professor at the University of Louisville, Department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science. His recent research focuses on... more

Written By: | Posted: 05/9/13

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Jay Rogers — Fireside Chat At The 2012 Graduate Studies Program

John (Jay) Rogers is CEO and co-founder of Local Motors, a car company that co-creates its vehicles online through an open-source, virtual community consisting of 30,000... more

Written By: | Posted: 05/4/13

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Spend The Summer Changing The World — Apply Now To Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program

The deadline to apply for the 2013 Graduate Studies Program (GSP) at Singularity University is fast approaching. If you're an entrepreneurial innovator, disruptive... more

Written By: | Posted: 01/23/13

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Singularity University Gathers Steam, Rolls Out New Website

The spring season of growth has come early to the NASA Ames center in Silicon Valley. That's where Singularity University is gearing up for its one year anniversary and a... more

Written By: | Posted: 03/3/10

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Singularity University’s Summer Program Doubling in Size – Sign Up Now

Singularity University's inaugural Graduate Studies Program was such a success last year that they've decided to double the class size. That's an understandable trend for... more

Written By: | Posted: 02/23/10