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DENVER-- The Chicago Cubs placed outfielder Jason Heyward on the 10-day disabled list on Monday for a hand injury and called up right-hander Dylan Floro to take his place.
Heyward injured a knuckle on his right hand while diving for a ball in the outfield on Friday. He will be eligible to come off the disabled list on May 16.
Heyward was off to a decent start in 2017, after having a year to forget last season. He was hitting .253 this season, with three home runs and a .333 on-base percentage, before going down with the knuckle injury. He also was playing stellar in right field.
Heyward injured his wrist last year, and adjustments to his mechanics led to his worst campaign at the plate. He hit a career-low .230, with just seven home runs.
Even after his wrist healed, Heyward never found his groove; he reworked his swing during the winter.
The Cubs want him fully healed before he returns.
Floro, 26, came up in the Tampa Bay Rays organization and made his major league debut last season. This year, he was 1-0 with a 5.06 ERA in eight appearances for Triple-A Iowa.
The Cubs have a need for extra arms after playing an 18-inning game on Sunday night, a day after starter Brett Anderson recorded only one out before leaving an outing with back tightness. The Cubs now have nine relievers as they open a series against the Colorado Rockies.
The Cubs also traded outfielder Matt Szczur to the San Diego Padres on Monday for minor league righty Justin Hancock, who was drafted by Chicago general manager Jed Hoyer in 2011 when Hoyer held that same position with the Padres. Hancock, 26, has a career 3.91 ERA in seven minor league seasons. He has appeared in 116 games, starting 90 of them.
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Most aspiring teenage scientists never see their projects go much further than the local science fair.
But students at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Northern Virginia are building a satellite that they hope to launch into the Earth’s orbit next year.
The satellite proposal got the green light in February from NASA’s CubeSat program, which allows small satellites called CubeSats to hitch a free ride on rockets headed for space. Nearly all of the proposals come from universities and nonprofit organizations. But in 2013, the selective public high school in Fairfax County became the first to build a successful CubeSat.
Now, the school is working on its second, a satellite dubbed TJ REVERB. The group of students has partnered with nano-satellite company Ragnarok and Emergent Space Technologies, which is offering mentors and materials.
The program offers a rare opportunity for high school students to learn about satellites in a hands-on way. And it is giving student leaders a glimpse at the complexities of managing a massive project, with more than 80 students on various teams working on a device that will be no more than 10 centimeters by 10 centimeters. The project, conceived last year, is expected to last until 2019, when the satellite is expected to disintegrate. The team members span freshmen to seniors, ensuring a smooth transition as students head to college.
Students will have to test their device to ensure it can withstand the rigors of a launch and test the satellite communications through weather balloon launches.
Senior Stephanie Chen, 18, is one of the project leaders, overseeing weekly lunch meetings and coordinating discussions.
“It’s just nice to be able to be exposed to a field that they normally wouldn’t see through their school curriculum,” Chen said. “I never expected that I would be learning this stuff in high school.”
Diana Zavela, 17, a senior who is also a project leader, said she has long been fascinated with space, an interest nurtured through childhood trips to science museums. An aspiring astronaut, she jumped at the opportunity to work on a satellite.
“It’s so cool to be beyond Earth,” she said.

For many teams and drivers not regarded as top-tier, Sunday's Talladega race represents the greatest opportunity to qualify for the 2017 playoffs.
It's well-documented how unusual NASCAR's largest track is to the competitors. The restricted horsepower takes an important element away from drivers: the need to lift off the accelerator entering the turns.
On the surface this suggests driving Talladega is less difficult than the conventional tracks, but truth be told, it's not!
Winning Talladega requires a greater deal of processing skill -- assessing the speed in your car, anticipating which lane has the momentum, positioning your car alongside another car to stall theirs while yours gains steam.
When drivers describe how mentally exhausting an event can be, they're referring to the glut of information they must absorb while piloting the car. There is a real chess element because every decision carries potential consequences regarding the next move.
It's information overload at 200 mph.
What's most interesting about driving at Talladega is the roller-coaster of emotions drivers can experience many, many times during the three-hour event. It can be the most exciting or most discouraging experience behind the wheel, and all in the same lap!
Drivers can surgically maneuver their way to the lead, feel as though they have an upper hand in navigating traffic, and find themselves drifting backward after one failed decision as though they're pulling a parachute that didn't exist a few seconds earlier.
Never has 3 or 4 mph felt so expensive as it does after getting squeezed out of the draft by one of your 39 adversaries.
On the other hand, timing a lane change to perfection yields a boost that increases the engine's rpm by a scant 1 or 2 percent. That sounds insignificant but actually yields an enormous positive effect. You now have the 3 or 4 mph in your favor.
The reason we have surprise winners is in large part a result of so few drivers embracing this form of racing, at least the same way they embrace competing at Texas, Bristol or Richmond.
Competing at the 2.66-mile track comes with a vulnerability that most drivers are aware of because they experienced being upside down at the track.
Elevated risk is something they carry into Alabama in the back of their mind. It's not so much the danger but the awareness that you control so little of your destiny here.
It's also difficult to know how to win Talladega without having orchestrated it before.
Most of the 188 laps are simply a rehearsal for connecting a perfect couple of laps when it matters most: the end.
There are predominantly two types of drivers at Talladega -- those who are careful and those bordering on careless. Careful drivers seldom win, but those racing assertive all day establish themselves as fast, and as the laps wind down their odds of winning increase primarily because other drivers see them as good to team with, potentially increasing their own chances.
Some -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Brad Keselowski being two -- are masters of this form of racing.
They compete with authority all race long, they exhibit a sixth sense of the wind's effects on the car; they change lanes instinctively, spending as much time looking in the rearview mirror playing defense as they do driving offensively through the front windshield.
The commonality of the underdog pulling off the upset gives the race a greater value for everyone involved. Sometimes at Talladega, young drivers benefit most from what they don't know, like how violent a crash can be at the enormous facility.
There is no question about it: Talladega is like no other place you compete, not even Daytona -- the other restrictor-plate track in NASCAR. Talladega is so wide that it can encourage more risk-taking, and its speed is seldom apparent until a driver is sliding out of control.
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French voters are choosing their next president after an unpredictable campaign that has divided the country.
The second round contest pits centrist Emmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old former investment banker, against the far-right nationalist Marine Le Pen, 48.
Citizens in some overseas territories and many French expats abroad have begun voting.
The polls opened in metropolitan France at 08:00 local time (06:00 GMT) on Sunday and close at 19:00 (17:00 GMT).
Polling stations will remain open in some big cities until 20:00 local time (18:00 GMT), with early estimates of the result due to be reported immediately after they close.
The two candidates, who topped a field of 11 presidential hopefuls in the first round election on 23 April, have offered voters starkly different visions of France.
Mr Macron, a liberal centrist, is pro-business and a strong supporter of the European Union (EU), while Ms Le Pen campaigned on a France-first, anti-immigration programme.
She wants France to abandon the euro in the domestic economy, and hold a referendum on France's EU membership.
Mr Macron is widely expected to win the vote, but analysts have said high abstention rates could damage his chances.
The run-off will be keenly watched across Europe, ahead of elections in Germany and the UK and as Britain negotiates its exit from the EU

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Toronto Raptors shooting guard DeMar DeRozan was all smiles at shootaround following the All-Star break.
Having gotten the help he asked for at the trade deadline, DeRozan compared the revamped Raptors with Serge Ibaka and P.J. Tucker on board to a car with a new coat of paint.
In particular, DeRozan was thrilled to have Tucker - a rugged defender who always gave him problems - on his side for once.
"The crazy thing is, people used to always ask me who was the three toughest player that guarded me the best. I always put P.J. in there first. It's funny when I seen the trade yesterday ... I'm glad I ain't have to deal with that," DeRozan said with a laugh.
Tucker made life miserable for DeRozan in their last outing. Toronto's leading scorer was held to 22 points on 6-of-17 shooting - including 0-of-4 in the fourth quarter - to help the lowly Phoenix Suns upset the Raptors on the road.
The Raptors will look to pair Tucker and Ibaka's defensive talents with their top-five offense for a more balanced team that can play both sides of the ball. Their trade deadline acquisitions definitely improved the roster - now it's on DeRozan and company to make good on this chance.
"It helps a lot, it helps a great deal, on paper it does. Now we need to translate it over to the court. That's going to be the next task for us," DeRozan said.
DeRozan thrilled Tucker won't guard him anymore http://www.thescore.com/news/1233668

Your social media presence is a crucial part of your post-college job hunt. In fact, 60% of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates, according to CareerBuilder’s annual social media recruiment survey , and 49% of hiring managers say they’ve found information that caused them to not hire a candidate.
If you’re a new graduate, it's time to give your social media presence a professional makeover, says Lesley Mitler, cofounder of Early Stage Careers, a career guidance firm that works with recent college graduates.
"[In college] you tend to use social media for fun, but you need to use it to brand yourself," she says.
Companies want to see someone who lives the words on their resume in everyday life, says Ryan Smolko, associate director of student transition and engagement at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. "They’re looking for students to have a genuine interest in their desired profession, and to see them engaging with other professionals and organizations related to that industry," he says.
College is the time to make these changes, so that you can have a developed, organic, and professional profile when your prospective employers come looking, says Mitler.
Start by creating separate personal and business profiles, with the highest privacy settings applied to your personal account, says Mitler. "Having one account makes it easy to update, but some of the posts might not meet your needs in terms of what you want to communicate to a professional population," she says.
Be sure to check your privacy settings once a month to make sure everything is appropriate, adds Smolko. "New updates often bring new features to social media platforms that may affect what the public can see," he says.

Tom Brady, the greatest quarterback of all time, is joining forces with a new team. No, he's not leaving the NFL champion New England Patriots. Instead, he's adding a new partner to his portfolio of companies to which he lends his name and dashing likeness.
That name will be joining one coined by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. That's right; Tom Brady and Aston Martin appear ready to put their brand power together.
We don't know the details of the arrangement at this moment. Brady is certainly a top-tier athlete, but he's also a celebrity with a supermodel wife, and his (we assume) jet-setting lifestyle could be a good fit for the brand.
After all, Aston Martins are considered by some to be some of the best-looking and most exclusive cars on the planet. Why not have the greatest player in the United States' most beloved sport sign on to pitch the product? This is a very large market for Aston Martin.
Grabbing a top-level American sports star could help push brand recognition to levels it has never seen. Sure, one Mr. James Bond already helps with that to a great degree, but he doesn't have a new movie every week for months at a time. Mr. Brady does.

Volkswagen’s new e-Golf, with a larger battery pack and enhanced driving range (earlier post), is now availablefor order in Europe. Compared to its predecessor, the new version offers more power, longer range and extended standard features. Prices for the zero-emission model start at €35,900 (US$38,000) in Germany.
The new e-Golf features a new lithium-ion battery the energy capacity of which has been increased from 24.2 kWh to 35.8 kWh. Its driving range in the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) is 300 kilometers (186 miles). Volkswagen says that the e-Golf will cover up to 200 real-world kilometers (124 miles) or more in everyday driving depending on driving style, the use of air conditioning and other parameters. This increase the range compared to its predecessor by up to 50%, depending on driving style and usage.
All 2017 e-Golf customers receive extended standard features such as Front Assist including City Emergency Braking with the new Pedestrian Monitoring, a multi-function steering wheel (in leather) and Volkswagen Media Control. The electric motor now develops 100 kW/136 PS—15 kW/20 PS more than in the previous model. The compact four-door car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.6 seconds.
Other new features in the e-Golf are the optional Active Info Display (digital instruments) and the standard 9.2-inch Discover Pro infotainment system that is operated by gesture control.
As in all electric models from Volkswagen, it is possible conveniently to access various vehicle functions of the e-Golf via the Car-Net “e-remote” app. A smartphone or tablet can be used to start or stop the air conditioning or battery charging, for example. The app also shows the most recent parking location of the e-Golf on a map.
In its exterior appearance, the updated e-Golf features modified front and rear ends with new LED headlights and LED tail lights.
The e-Golf heats interior air with an electrical heating unit. It offers the same familiar Golf level of comfort, even at temperatures below freezing. If the user wants to warm up the car while it is charging, utilizing energy from the electrical grid, this can be activated with the “Car-Net e-Remote” remote control app. This function preserves the charge of the high-voltage battery, preserving more energy for driving.
An optional heat pump warms the vehicle interior using ambient air and lost heat from the power unit components. The heat pump that was specially developed for the e-Golf reduces electrical consumption and improves the driving range of the electric Golf.
New enhanced-range Volkswagen e-Golf now available for order in Europe http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/greencarcongress/TrBK/~3/BSng-rAl0RQ/20170221-egolf.html


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