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Computer Science - Mathematics - 20.07.2010
Insights to Gulf oil spill gleaned from past hurricanes
Insights to Gulf oil spill gleaned from past hurricanes
AUSTIN, Texas — A scientist at the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES) at The University of Texas at Austin is one step closer to understanding what might happen if a hurricane hits the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Computer Science - Social Sciences - 19.07.2010
Computers intersect with sociology to sift through 'all our ideas'
Computers intersect with sociology to sift through 'all our ideas'
Catholic Relief Services of Baltimore faced a daunting challenge: getting advice from several thousand people at once.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 19.07.2010
‘Condor’ brings genome assembly down to Earth
by Chris Barncard Borrowing computing power from idle sources will help geneticists sidestep the multimillion-dollar cost of reconstituting the flood of data produced by next-generation genome-sequencing machines.

Computer Science - Electroengineering - 19.07.2010
Heads-Up Virtual Reality (HUVR) Bridges Visual with Tactile, in 3D and on the Cheap
Electronic Visualization Laboratory King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Calit2 Virtual Reality Design Engineer Greg Dawe demonstrates the HUVR device, which combines a consumer 3D HDTV

Health - Computer Science - 14.07.2010
Researchers create sounds of animated things breaking
Researchers create sounds of animated things breaking
A delicate wine glass shatters on the floor. A rock is thrown through a window. A child smashes his piggy bank.

Health - Computer Science - 14.07.2010
Imperial celebrates five new Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows
Imperial celebrates five new Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows
Imperial celebrates five new Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows Imperial engineers acknowledged for their exceptional contribution to engineering ?

Computer Science - Life Sciences - 14.07.2010

Health - Computer Science - 12.07.2010
Improving global health: five engineering strategies
Students interview Dr. Osman Palma (center), director of the Alfonso Moncada Guillen Hospital Amigo de la Niñez y de la Madre, located in Ocotal, Nicaragua.

Computer Science - Physics - 12.07.2010
Photo competition captures engineering's burning issues
Photo competition captures engineering’s burning issues
Nano-sized beauty, cutting-edge scientific advances and glimpses of remarkable humanitarian initiatives in distant parts of the world have all been captured in this year's Engineering photo competition at the University of Cambridge.

Health - Computer Science - 07.07.2010
Annual Research Funding at UC San Diego Surges Past Billion-Dollar Mark
UC San Diego Energy Dashboard Sustainability at UC San Diego UC San Diego Energy Dashboard to Help Campus Curb Appetite for Power SDG&E Recognizes UC San Diego for Saving Additional $900,000 a Year i

Chemistry - Computer Science - 05.07.2010

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 02.07.2010

Health - Computer Science - 28.06.2010

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 24.06.2010
An ant's eye view of the world at the Royal Society science festival
An ant’s eye view of the world at the Royal Society science festival
That's the challenge being set by scientists from the University of Sussex, who will be presenting their research into how insects find their way home at the prestigious Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, which opens today (25 June 2010). Researchers Dr Andrew Philippides (Informatics) and Dr Paul Graham (Life Sciences) from the University's Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics (CCNR) will be explaining to visitors at the London exhibition the surprisingly complex mechanisms used by small-brained nest-dwelling insects as they navigate back home from foraging expeditions.

Environment - Computer Science - 24.06.2010

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 21.06.2010

History / Archeology - Computer Science - 21.06.2010

Health - Computer Science - 21.06.2010
New score for GPs to predict kidney disease risk
New score for GPs to predict kidney disease risk
PA 150/10 A simple new risk assessment score allowing GPs accurately to predict which of their patients are most likely to develop Chronic Kidney Disease over the next five years has been written by experts at The University of Nottingham.

Health - Computer Science - 20.06.2010

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 20.06.2010
Seeing science in our surroundings
Seeing science in our surroundings
School pupils from Nottingham have become pioneer scientists as part of a research project aimed at designing an innovative approach to learning.

Computer Science - 16.06.2010

Architecture - Computer Science - 14.06.2010

Computer Science - Environment - 09.06.2010
Cutting the Internet's carbon footprint
Cutting the Internet’s carbon footprint
Interdisciplinary research being undertaken by the Universities of Leeds and Cambridge has received a major boost through a £5.9m, five- year EPSRC Programme Grant award to address this issue of enabling growth of ICT networks while at the same time reducing energy consumption.

Computer Science - Environment - 09.06.2010
IBM and MEMSIC bring ease of use to wireless sensors
MEMSIC Adopts IBM Software to Enable Organizations to More Easily Harness Sensors and Find Patterns in Ubiquitous Data Rosemont, IL, June 9, 2010—IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a contract with MEMSIC Inc.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 08.06.2010

Computer Science - 04.06.2010
Hylas on schedule for launch
Hylas on schedule for launch 4 June 2010 The completion of important tests on the Hylas telecommunications satellite has brought it a step closer to launch late this year.

Mechanical Engineering - Computer Science - 27.05.2010
Video: Walking robot navigates bumpy ground
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—A robot named MABEL with a human-like gait can walk over rough terrain in University of Michigan electrical engineering professor Jessy Grizzle's lab.

Administration - Computer Science - 26.05.2010

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 25.05.2010
Readers assess Stanford Report transformation to email
Readers assess Stanford Report transformation to email
A readership survey suggests that Stanford Report 's transition from a weekly newspaper to a daily "eNews" has been successful.

Computer Science - Linguistics / Literature - 21.05.2010
James Murdoch launches UCL's Centre for Digital Humanities
James Murdoch launches UCL’s Centre for Digital Humanities
The Centre for Digital Humanities brings together research from the traditionally separate disciplines of computing and humanities to create new tools that enhance the understanding and study of the humanities and culture heritage.

Computer Science - 20.05.2010
Energy research to create 'Greener' teens
Energy research to create ’Greener’ teens
Computer scientists at the University of Birmingham have won funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to work on a groundbreaking study into teenage energy consumption that could change the behaviour of a whole generation.

Computer Science - 18.05.2010
Bristol promotes interactive learning in India
Bristol promotes interactive learning in India
Dr Sri Subramanian from the Department of Computer Science has been leading a project examining the use of interactive technology in school classrooms in India.

Chemistry - Computer Science - 13.05.2010
Cell Phone Sensors for Toxins Developed at UC San Diego
Tiny sensors tucked into cell phones could map airborne toxins in real time May 13, 2010 By Susan Brown A tiny flake of silicon can be engineered to respond to a wide range of chemical hazards.

Computer Science - 12.05.2010

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 11.05.2010

Chemistry - Computer Science - 11.05.2010
Spiders at the Nanoscale: Molecules that Behave Like Robots
Spiders at the Nanoscale: Molecules that Behave Like Robots
PASADENA, Calif.—A team of scientists from Columbia University, Arizona State University, the University of Michigan, and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have programmed an autonomous molecular "robot" made out of DNA to start, move, turn, and stop while following a DNA track.

Computer Science - 07.05.2010

Computer Science - 07.05.2010

Computer Science - Electroengineering - 06.05.2010

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 05.05.2010

Computer Science - 05.05.2010
Project explores the 'internet of things'
Project explores the ’internet of things’
Researchers from UCL have developed a digital tool that allows people to attach memories to objects in the form of text, audio or video.

Computer Science - 04.05.2010

Life Sciences - Computer Science - 03.05.2010

Event - Computer Science - 29.04.2010

Physics - Computer Science - 28.04.2010
Princeton-led center focuses on the future of computer system design
Princeton-led center focuses on the future of computer system design
Princeton engineers are leading a research center that brings together scientists and engineers from multiple universities to determine how to improve the speed, reliability and energy-efficiency of tomorrow's computer systems while reducing their cost.
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