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A CS Professor's Blog
No summary available for this site.
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Algoworld - algorithms meet science
Algoworld explores algorithms, mathematical and computer models and how they influence and shape our daily lives, with a strong focus on science.
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An interactive audio visual learning experiment
Latest topics from Science and Nature, with visual interactive animation to illustrate concepts
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bioMCMC
Bayesian Procedures in Biology
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Biorelated
Bioinformatics
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Bits of DNA
Reviews and commentary on computational biology
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Borasky Research Journal
The Borasky Research Journal is about my personal research. Most of that is in three areas - statistics / data science, data-driven journalism and open source software. I also occasionally blog about algorithmic composition and synthesis of music.
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Buried Treasure
Welcome to Buried Treasure, my blog on computational biology. I am a computational biologist who tends to work on way too many projects at any one time. Many of these result in observations that I find interesting - but not interesting enough to bother writing up a manuscript and sending it to a peer-reviewed journal. In other cases the results were simply negative and no conclusions could be drawn. My disk may thus contain "buried treasure". I use this blog to make my never-to-be-published observations openly available. As I don't plan on continuing these projects, anyone is welcome to pick up a project and continue where I left off. I also plan on reporting negative results on this blog so that others can hopefully avoid repeating analyses that would lead them nowhere.
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cloudnumbers.com blog
cloudnumbers.com is a German company which provides researchers and companies with the resources to perform high performance calculations in the cloud. Our aim is to change the way of research collaboration is done today by bringing together scientists and businesses from all over the world on a single platform. cloudnumbers.com is a international high-tech startup striving for enabling everyone to benefit from the High Performance Computing related advantages of the cloud. We provide easy access to applications running on any kind of computer hardware: from single core high memory machines up to 1000 cores computer clusters in the cloud. In our blog I post articles concerning cloud computing, high-performance computing, about applications in HPC and useful tips for HPC: http://cloudnumbers.com/blog Currently, I am the only blogger. I did my PhD in "Parallel Computing for Biological data" at the University of Munich. After this I was working as a Post-Doc at the TU Munich and had a research focus on HPC for Life Science. In June 2011 I joined cloudnumbers.com
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Computation & Physics
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Computers, Science, & Computer Science
CompuScience.Net is a blog devoted to computers & science. The posts are written by me or others via their own blogs or websites. I write or choose articles that convey the fascination of science, computers, mathematics, computer science, metamathematics, physics, astronomy, cosmology – and so on. Needless to say, this is just about all the good stuff nerds & geeks are famous for. Our heroes aren’t generally sportsmen (or women) or celebrities, but the more cerebral people like Albert Einstein, Alan Turing, Emmy Noether, Rosalind Franklin, and so on.
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Computing: The Science of Nearly Everything
Computer Science...Research, Education and Policy
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Crouching Data, Hidden Code
Social Media Content Analysis Natural Language Processing Data Mining and Machine learning for large-scale social media GPU based processing, distributed and parallel architectures Online Social Interaction Modeling and Analysis Observing and modeling online communities Social network analysis and community detection User behaviour analysis, crowdsourcing and trust analysis Social Media Applications and Architecture Sensing and predicting social media topics and activities Massive Social Data Knowledge Visualization and Exploration
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DataScholars
A blog about data science, computer science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, data mining, analysis, and visualization.
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ExerGame Lab
Where gaming and technology collide for a healthier you!
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Fatiando a Terra
Open source geophysical modeling and inversion
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frans goes blog
Frans Mäyrä's personal blog site
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Game of Life Science
No summary available for this site.
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GirlyGeekdom
Science, Engineering & Tech for Girl Geeks
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Godel's Lost Letters and P=NP
I am Dick Lipton, a Professor of Computer Science at Georgia Tech. I have worked in the area of theory of computation since 1973. I find the whole area exciting and want to share some of that excitement with you. I hope that these blogs inform and entertain you. I hope that you not only learn some new ideas, hear some interesting open problems, but also get some of the history of the area. One of the things I think people sometimes forget is that research is done by people. One of my goals-perhaps the main one-is to get you to be able to see behind the curtain and understand how research works.\n\n\n\nI am Ken Regan, also in Computational Complexity Theory at the University at Buffalo (SUNY). I have been delighted to help this blog since mid-2009, and now honored to join the masthead as an author. I have shared the same values and desires as Dick mentions-also attending to the personal side-and have found the partnership congenial as well as collegial.
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HACKING MATERIALS
applying computing to materials design
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ideonexus
A blog focused on computer science and information technology, with occassional detours into concepts in general science.
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InSightu
No summary available for this site.
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Jaakko Stenros
game researcher, player, writer - University of Tampere, Finland
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JACKED IN
MARTIN ANGLER ON HOW TECHNOLOGY RUNS OUR LIVES
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Lasting Gems
The raison d'tre of this blog is two-fold: first, discuss about scientific topics I enjoy, e.g., mathematics, computer science, biology, psychology etc. , and second exchange comments with you about topics you are interested in, in case you have any.
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Lindons Log
No summary available for this site.
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Macromolecular Modeling Blog
The Macromolecular Modeling Blog provides the molecular modeling community a helpful resource. Keep updated with what’s new in the modeling world, read executive summaries of the latest literature and stay in touch with peers. We hope this blog would be useful to you as it is fun to us.
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Maniagnosis
Adventures in computer science, software development, and other things humanity was never meant to fool with. Not devoured by plague-bearing zombies!
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Martin Grandjean - Digital Humanities and Network Analysis
Digital humanities, network analysis, data visualization, data-driven journalism... the personnal research blog of Martin Grandjean, historian, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
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