Mar 14, 2017

03/14/17: Going from a science lab to Capitol Hill

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Intel is entering the self-driving game by purchasing chipmaker Mobileye for $15 billion. Johana Bhuiyan of Recode explains why big companies are acquiring other businesses, instead of creating their own products. Next, we'll talk about Uber's court loss in London…

Intel is entering the self-driving game by purchasing chipmaker Mobileye for $15 billion. Johana Bhuiyan of Recode explains why big companies are acquiring other businesses, instead of creating their own products. Next, we’ll talk about Uber’s court loss in London over a requirement that all drivers have to take an English-language test. And finally, we’ll look at why the nonprofit 314 Action wants to helping scientists run for office.

 

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