Tarleton State University Turns to Aquaponics for Student Enrollment
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Tarleton State University Turns to Aquaponics for Student Enrollment

Tarleton State University has a new program centered around aquaponics to increase student enrollment. A few years back enrollment in their turf management program began to decline. Dr. Hennen Cummings, a professor at the school, began looking for other programs he could offer within the Wildlife, Sustainability, and Ecosystem Sciences Department to raise enrollment. Dr. Cummings...

On June 28, 2017June 27, 2017by
Exponential Thinking: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning – Part 6
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Exponential Thinking: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning – Part 6

Welcome Back to Exponential Thinking: Part 6 1. Introduction, 2. Renewables, 3. Smart Ag, 4. Online Learning, 5. Vertical Farming In the last few months, we’ve covered renewable energy, smart agriculture, online learning, and vertical farming. This week we’ll be talking about something even more revolutionary and mind-bending. Continuing Our Series on Exponential Technologies.   If...

On June 27, 2017June 26, 2017by
Has Aquaponics Driven The Most Powerful Nations in Human History?
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Has Aquaponics Driven The Most Powerful Nations in Human History?

This blog of mine was originally posted over at Ancient Explorers. In this article, we’ll explore 3 ancient civilizations, the Aztec civilization, the Babylonians, and the Chinese, that used aquaponics at the height of their power. What Is Aquaponics? Wikipedia’s definition: a food production system combining conventional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as fish, crayfish...

On January 25, 2017February 16, 2017by