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Chicago: City of Big Data

Chicago: City of Big Data

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by Tyler O'Neal 4 years ago
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The growing torrent of information released by city governments and collected by researchers is connecting with new tools developed by computer scientists, e...
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Stanford scientists use 'virtual earthquakes' to forecast Los Angeles quake
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Stanford scientists use 'virtual earthquakes' to forecast Los Angeles quake

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by Tyler O'Neal 4 years ago
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Stanford scientists developed a new "virtual earthquake" technique and have used it to confirm a prediction that Los Angeles would experience stronger than e...
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Excerpt from Dynamic Earth

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by Tyler O'Neal 4 years ago
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Follow a coronal mass ejection as is passes Venus then Earth, and explore how the sun drives Earth's winds and oceans. Completed : 2012-06-14 Animators : Greg Shirah (NASA/GSFC) (Lead) Horace Mitchell (NASA/GSFC) Tom Bridgman (GST) Ernie Wright (USRA) Trent L. Schindler (USRA) Cindy Starr (GST) Lori Perkins (NASA/GSFC) Video Editor : Stuart A. Snodgrass (HTSI) Narrators : Liam Neeson (Self) Michae...
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Understanding the Magnetic Sun
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Understanding the Magnetic Sun

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by Tyler O'Neal 2 years ago
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NASA GSFC solar scientist Holly Gilbert explains a computer model of the sun’s magnetic field. Grasping what drives that magnetic system is crucial for understanding the nature of space throughout the solar system: The sun's invisible magnetic field is responsible for everything from the solar explosions that cause space weather on Earth – such as auroras – to the interplanetary magnetic field and...

Video of Controlled Swarm

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by Tyler O'Neal 3 years ago
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The team from Uppsala University and University College Dublin measured hysteresis of the velocity of an active swarm in computer simulations and experiments on unicellular algae Euglena gracilis. The phototactic Euglena cells were driven by variable illumination and tracked using microscopy. CREDIT Maksym Romensky
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Kotura's Optical Engine with WDM

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by SC Online Publisher chrisoneal 4 years ago
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Kotura's Optical Engine with WDM.

Understanding the microscopic properties of dense, strongly coupled plasmas and their consequences o...

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by Tyler O'Neal 1 year ago
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This is the electron density from an orbital-free quantum molecular dynamics simulation for a warm dense plasma of deuterium at density 10 g/cc and temperature 10 eV.
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How your gameplay helps ScienceAtHome build a quantum computer

How your gameplay helps ScienceAtHome build a quantum computer

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by Tyler O'Neal 2 years ago
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What are quantum computers and how goes playing games help physicist in cutting edge research? ScienceAtHome.org is an online platform for collaborative volunteer research. We invite you to play our games, have fun and contribute to real discoveries on quantum physics, human thinking and much more! Download our games from the App Store and Google Play and get ready to push the boundaries of scient...
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Computer Models Help Predict Tsunami Risk
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Computer Models Help Predict Tsunami Risk

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by SC Online Publisher chrisoneal 4 years ago
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Stanford scientists are using complex computational models to solve the puzzle of the devastating tsunami that stuck Japan earlier this year and predict wher...
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3-D model reveals how invisible waves move materials within aquatic ecosystems

3-D model reveals how invisible waves move materials within aquatic ecosystems

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by Tyler O'Neal 2 years ago
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Garbage, nutrients and tiny animals are pushed around, suspended in the world’s oceans by waves invisible to the naked eye according to a new 3-D model developed by mathematicians at the University of Waterloo. David Deepwell, a graduate student, and Professor Marek Stastna in Waterloo’s Faculty of Math have created a 3-D simulation that showcases how materials such phytoplankton, contaminants, an...
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