Gen-x will need 10x (the computing power)

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It is my perception that researchers are increasingly adopting computer modeling and simulation in their work. And as communities get more familiar with their respective tools of the day, the next generation of tools is going to require 10 times more computing power due to tackling a more diverse set of variables when available computing power enables it.


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Зайцы должны выжить! / The rabbits must live on!

Через 50 лет из-за изменения климата 40% видов животных и растений могут исчезнуть. Останови изменение климата, вмешайся, пока не поздно, все можно изменить! Компания Google и агентство РИА Новости призывают всех не оставаться равнодушными к проблеме изменения климата. "Глобальное потепление" не приговор, каждый из нас может изменить будущее.
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Well, despite AT&T dropping the call TWICE, and workers sawing in the bkgnd, I just had a great pre-interview for an interesting position.

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Если бы динозавры могли разговаривать / If dinosaurs could talk

Разговор двух динозавров о будущем человечества. Conversation of two dinosaurs on the mankind future.
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2009 December 4

2009 December 4



The Double Cluster Neil Fleming

A
lovely starfield

in the heroic northern constellation
Perseus
holds this famous pair of open or galactic star clusters,
h and Chi
Perseii
.

Also cataloged as
NGC
869
(right) and NGC 884,
both clusters are about 7,000 light-years away and
contain stars much younger and hotter than the Sun.

Separated by only a few hundred light-years, the clusters' ages
based on
their individual stars
are similar - evidence that they were likely a product of the same
star-forming region.

Always a rewarding
sight in binoculars,
the Double Cluster is
even visible to the unaided eye from
dark locations.

Star colors (and spikes) are enhanced in this beautiful, wide field,
telescopic image.

high view

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How to report in vitro cancer studies: maitake mushroom extract doesn't "fight cancer" [Terra Sigillata]

ResearchBlogging.orgEarlier this week, I saw one of the best treatments of a misinterpreted story that has me thinking about how all news outlets should report in vitro laboratory studies.

Only thing is that it didn't come from a news outlet.

It came a brainwashing site run by those medical socialist types - I am, of course, speaking of the UK National Health Service and their excellent patient education website, NHS Choices.

You may recall reading in the popular dead-tree or online press that investigators from New York Medical College in Valhalla published in British Journal of Urology International about maitake mushroom extract killing bladder cancer cells. The most widely cited reports came from the UK Daily Mail by Tamara Cohen entitled, "Mushroom 'shrinks cancer tumours by 75 percent,'" and "Cancer Cure: Mushrooms Can Shrink Tumors," by Jo Willey of the UK Daily Express.

Well, NHS Choices took a look at the study and detailed how the mushroom extract was only used on bladder cells in culture. Throughout their review and in the conclusion that follows, they specifically took to task the story in the Daily Express:

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Potential new ‘twist’ in breast cancer detection

Working with mice, scientists at Johns Hopkins publishing in the December issue of Neoplasia have shown that a protein made by a gene called "Twist" may be the proverbial red flag that can accurately distinguish stem cells that drive aggressive, metastatic breast cancer from other breast cancer cells.


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Inside a Hurricane

Go inside a hurricane to see what creates the deadly and devastating storm surge.
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Who Was Jesus?

For more than a decade before preaching at the age of 30, Jesus worked as a typical day laborer. Science of the Bible: The Real Jesus : MON DEC 14 8P et/pt : channel.nationalgeographic.com
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The coevolution of the infant vocal cords and the adult human ear is quite amazing. Ouch.

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François Dongier: Math and Probability for Life Sciences | UCLA Video Course

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This is a math course aimed at students with life science majors covering elementary probability, probability distributions, random variables, and limit theorems." - François Dongier

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