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Computer Science - 10.07.2012
Video: Olympic Torch at Iffley Road
Video: Olympic Torch at Iffley Road
Some of Oxford University's top sportsmen and women, past and present, have described their excitement at welcoming the Torch to Oxford with weeks until the beginning of the London Olympic Games.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 10.07.2012
Searching genomic data faster
Biologists' capacity for generating genomic data is increasing more rapidly than computing power. A new algorithm will help them keep up.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 10.07.2012
Universities Minister David Willetts visits Durham for a briefing on new research
The Minister of State for Universities andáScience visited Durham University to see for himself some of the most interesting and innovative projects currently being undertaken at the University's wor

Electroengineering - Computer Science - 09.07.2012
Carnegie Mellon’s Smart Headlight System Will Have Drivers Seeing Through the Rain
: Carnegie Mellon's Smart Headlight System Will Have Drivers Seeing Through the Rain-Carnegie Mellon News - Carnegie Mellon University Shining Light Between Drops Makes Thunderstorm Seem Like a Drizz

Computer Science - Life Sciences - 09.07.2012

Electroengineering - Computer Science - 06.07.2012

Computer Science - Mechanical Engineering - 05.07.2012
Sharing data links in networks of cars
A new algorithm lets networks of Wi-Fi-connected cars, whose layout is constantly changing, share a few expensive links to the Internet.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 04.07.2012
Supercomputer boost for science, business
Two new supercomputers that will help scientists to tackle challenges across a range of disciplines, and businesses to develop new technologies, went into service on 3 July.

Physics - Computer Science - 04.07.2012
Caltech at the LHC
Maria Spiropulu and Harvey Newman , both professors of physics at Caltech, lead the Caltech team of 40 physicists, students, and engineers that is part of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Physics - Computer Science - 04.07.2012
Scientists celebrate latest development in search for Higgs boson particle
Scientists from the University of Glasgow working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are celebrating the observation of a new particle, consistent with being the elusive Higgs boson. Thirty-five academics, researchers, technicians, and postgraduate students from the University are part of the ATLAS Experiment, one of the two teams that today (4 July 2012) announced that the search for the Higgs boson has yielded a significant signal.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 03.07.2012
SDSC’s CIPRES Science Gateway Clarifies Branches in Evolution’s ’Tree of Life’
XSEDE Resource Provides Open-Access Phylogenetic Supercomputing A new Web resource developed at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego is helping thousands of researchers worldwide unravel the enigmas of phylogenetics, the study of evolutionary relationships among virtually every species on the planet.

Computer Science - 03.07.2012
New app keeps Londoners in the loop about the tube
New app keeps Londoners in the loop about the tube
A new app for android phones allows Londoners to share their experiences about the London Underground as they travel, and could transform how we use public transport.

Computer Science - Environment - 02.07.2012
University of Glasgow showcases science and engineering excellence
The University of Glasgow's groundbreaking science and engineering research was showcased today (Tuesday 3 July) during a campus visit by Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland's Languages Alasdair Allan. Allan visited the College of Science and Engineering to find out more about University scientists' work in the areas of computing, sustainable energy and sensor systems.

Physics - Computer Science - 29.06.2012
Computing Grid Built for Physics Benefits a Wide Range of Science
A Z-boson decays within the Compact Muon Solenoid detector at CERN. Large red spikes represent the resulting electron-positron pair.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 28.06.2012
U of M professor delivers the science of Spider-Man
U of M professor delivers the science of Spider-Man
Physics professor Jim Kakalios, a science consultant for the new Sony film The Amazing Spider-Man , explains the real science behind the Decay Rate Algorithm Media Note: "Spider-Man and the Decay Rate Algorithm" can be viewed at: http://z.umn.edu/spiderman.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 28.06.2012
ICCS 2012 Workshop Highlights Advances in Kepler Scientific Workflows
Workshop Gathers Myriad Success Stories Across Diverse Applications A first-time workshop highlighting the latest advances in the Kepler Scientific Workflow System brought together researchers and co

Computer Science - Sport - 28.06.2012
Edinburgh robots reach cup quarter-finals
Edinburgh scientists have taken a robotic football team to the last eight of the robot world cup. The RoboCup tournament was held in Mexico City and attracted 25 robotic teams from around the world, including Edinferno from Edinburgh.

Computer Science - 28.06.2012
Communication scheme makes popular applications ’gracefully mobile’
New MIT software keeps tens of thousands of people logged into remote computers from mobile devices, but the underlying technology could improve a host of other programs.

Computer Science - Event - 28.06.2012
New hires catapult UW's expertise in machine learning and 'big data'
New hires catapult UW’s expertise in machine learning and ’big data’
A group of high-profile faculty recruits promise to make the University of Washington a leading institution for machine learning and the analysis of "big data.

Computer Science - Event - 26.06.2012

Computer Science - History / Archeology - 26.06.2012
Do books cause revolutions? Historical database plots 18th Century book trade
Is aristocratic pornography or obscure political theory more likely to start a revolution? A new database developed at the University of Leeds will shed light on this and other historical questions.

Mathematics - Computer Science - 23.06.2012
Alan Turing – Celebrating the life of a genius
Alan Turing – Celebrating the life of a genius
Saturday 23 June marks the centenary of the birth of Alan Turing - mathematical genius, hero of the WWII code breakers of Bletchley Park, and father of modern computing.

Computer Science - 21.06.2012
Researchers amplify variations in video, making the invisible visible
New software amplifies changes in successive frames of video that are too subtle for the naked eye.

Computer Science - Physics - 20.06.2012
$27 million award bolsters research computing grid
Every day researchers add another sea of data to an ocean of knowledge on the world around us — billions on top of billions of measurements, images and observations of the tiniest subatomic particles up to the movement of planets and stars.

Computer Science - Art and Design - 19.06.2012

History / Archeology - Computer Science - 18.06.2012
Gil Stein appointed to third term as Oriental Institute director
Gil Stein, a leading scholar of ancient Mesopotamia, has been reappointed for a third five-year term as director of the Oriental Institute, a position he has held since joining UChicago in 2002.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 15.06.2012
The robot that always lands on its feet
While it's exploring confined, dangerous or cluttered zones, the flying robot "Airburr" isn't fazed by crashes or falls.

Health - Computer Science - 15.06.2012
PervasiveHealth Conference Explores Ubiquitous Computing in Health Care and Well-being
Aleksandra Sarcevic of Drexel University presents an innovative digital pen interface for information capture and display in time-critical medical work, developed in collaboration with Drs.

Computer Science - 15.06.2012
Survey: Disability resource groups improve inclusion
Disability-focused employee networks are key to retaining and advancing workers with disabilities, according to ILR School research released with the Society for Human Resource Management June 7.

Computer Science - Electroengineering - 15.06.2012
'Hallucinating' robots arrange rooms to suit human needs
’Hallucinating’ robots arrange rooms to suit human needs
If you hire a robot to help you move into your new apartment, you won't have to send out for pizza. But you will have to give the robot a system for figuring out where things go. The best approach, according to Cornell researchers, is to ask "How will humans use this?" Researchers in the Personal Robotics Lab of Ashutosh Saxena, assistant professor of computer science, have already taught robots to identify common objects, pick them up and place them stably in appropriate locations.

Computer Science - Environment - 14.06.2012
Supercomputer boost to Australian research
Supercomputer boost to Australian research
The door to the petascale era is being opened for critical Australian research in climate change, the environment, and a host of other areas.

Computer Science - History / Archeology - 14.06.2012

Computer Science - 12.06.2012
Brits get more sleep while Germans faster out of bed
A survey of the nation's sleeping and waking patterns has revealed that on average, we get over 7 hours sleep a night.

Art and Design - Computer Science - 12.06.2012

Computer Science - 12.06.2012

Computer Science - 11.06.2012
Badgers inspire 3D tracking tech
Badgers inspire 3D tracking tech
Technology originally developed to track badgers underground could soon be used to locate people in an emergency situation such as a bomb attack or earthquake.

Physics - Computer Science - 08.06.2012
Record for spooky quantum state smashed
The record for the time a delicate quantum state can be maintained in silicon has been smashed in what could be a significant step towards an ultrafast quantum computer.

Electroengineering - Computer Science - 07.06.2012

Computer Science - 06.06.2012

Computer Science - 06.06.2012
$29 million from NSERC to support McGill researchers
Most recent Discovery grants and graduate student awards support innovation and scientific exploration in wide range of fields Whether it is for research into clean energy sources, the future of wireless communication or a better understanding of the processes involved in language learning, over 160 established McGill researchers and more than 80 graduate students will benefit from support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) over the next five years.

Physics - Computer Science - 05.06.2012
Smooth moves: how space animates Hollywood
Smooth moves: how space animates Hollywood
Smooth moves: how space animates Hollywood If you've been to see Wrath of the Titans, then you've watched it in action.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 05.06.2012
SDSC Supercharges its ’Data Oasis’ Storage System
Sustained Speeds of 100 GB/s Needed to Support SDSC's 'Big Data' Initiatives The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego has completed the deployment of its L

History / Archeology - Computer Science - 01.06.2012
New interactive database lets Stanford scholars map a mindset
New interactive database lets Stanford scholars map a mindset
Mapping Texts, a collaboration between Stanford University and the University of North Texas, allows scholars to explore visualizations of language patterns embedded in almost two centuries of Texas newspapers. An all-consuming public interest in family, religion and football in modern rural Texas is just one of the cultural snapshots that can be culled from Mapping Texts , a new interactive database that generates graphical interpretations of language trends embedded in over 230,000 pages of Texas newspapers from the late 1820s through the early 2000s.

Health - Computer Science - 31.05.2012
Pioneering touchless technology
Researchers and surgeons from King's College London and Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust are piloting 'touchless' technology in the operating theatre.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 31.05.2012
Scientists harvest information about the tomato genome
Gerard Bishop, who co-led the UK research team as Reader of Plant Biology in the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial College London, said: "The publication of the tomato genome sequence has been eagerly anticipated both by the international research community and by tomato growers and breeders worldwide.

Computer Science - Environment - 29.05.2012
U-M takes important strides in research and sustainable computing
ANN ARBOR, Mich.-The University of Michigan is putting the finishing touches on a new eco-friendly data center, known as the Modular Data Center.

Computer Science - Life Sciences - 29.05.2012
An Algorithm to Track Cell Movements
An Algorithm to Track Cell Movements
Reception and service at central level for international students after arrival at KTH.

Computer Science - Art and Design - 29.05.2012
Understanding the impact of digital technology
Understanding the impact of digital technology
Understanding the impact of digital technology What kinds of digital technologies will emerge in the next 50 years?

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 29.05.2012

Health - Computer Science - 29.05.2012
University links with Channel 4 to create first skin database
The University of Birmingham has teamed up with the Channel 4 health awareness show Embarrassing Bodies to create a groundbreaking dermatological database.