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April 27, 2015

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3:16 PM | The Fuzzification of Candlesticks
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2:34 PM | It Never Ends.
Today I am having my Air Conditioner replaced. Another $3,500. I am now past the $20,000 mark on repairs to this house that was sold as if in livable condition. I count myself incredibly fortunate that I have had the resources necessary (with a little help from my insurance company and my mom) to make […]
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8:05 AM | 200 Tips For Beginner Quadcopter Pilots
If you are new to flying drones, then you will want to take the time to watch this video. What’s great about this is that the video’s creator was himself new to quadcopter piloting when he made it, so he is simply sharing the bits of information that he had to learn first, which will in turn help you navigate… Read more → The post 200 Tips For Beginner Quadcopter Pilots appeared first on UAV Coach.
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7:54 AM | Compressed Sensing Petrov-Galerkin Approximations for Parametric PDEs
Responding to a question I had on Twitter about the following paper and its connection with uncertainty quantification, Jean-Luc responded with the following:Dear Igor,Sorry for the late reply regarding your comment on Twitter. I prefered to reply per email as I'm guessing I'm going to go over the character limitation :) Our work is directly related to problems in uncertainty quantification. The reason why it's not really obvious in this small note is that we had a 5 page restriction (this is […]
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1:00 AM | EIA Updates “Top 100 U.S. Oil and Gas Fields” Rankings
Both crude oil and natural gas reserves in the United States increased in 2013, according to a new report the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). This report also included the first update... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

April 26, 2015

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2:32 PM | Trojan Butterflies
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2:00 PM | Tasty Tech Eye Candy Of The Week (April 26)
This week on Tasty Tech, we have a cappuccino-brewing robot, clear clay and the fastest train in the world.
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10:52 AM | SSRN Diffusion of Innovation eJournal
Optimize Your Article for Search EngineUniversity of Malaya Research Bulletin, Vol. 2, No. 1, 23, December 2014Nader Ale Ebrahim University of Malaya (UM) - Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture, Faculty of EngineeringUniversity of Malaya (UM) - Research Support Unit, Centre of Research Services, Institute of Research Management and Monitoring (IPPP)Date Posted: April 02, 2015Accepted Paper Series17 downloadsMiddle Ground in Customer-Utility Relationship? Analyzing the Drivers of […]
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10:09 AM | Japan Now Has More EV Chargers Than Gas Stations
For any alternative fuel in transport, the key question is: what about infrastructure? As in, how much does infrastructure cost, what are the environmental effects, and who is actually going to pay... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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3:17 AM | One down, seven to go
Today, I officially began my running season.  I am hoping to finish 8 half marathons this year, and the first one was today.  Fortunately, it’s in the bag.  
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3:01 AM | Reading Carnival, April Edition
A new feature here on Synthetic Daisies, which features a variety of readings from blogs, the popular press, and journals of both immediate and long-term interest. This edition features six pieces ranging topically from intellectual property and data analysis to evolutionary biology and complexity theory.Haydari, S. and Smead, R.   Does Longer Copyright Protection Help of Hurt Scientific Knowledge Creation? JASSS, 18(2), 23 (2015).An agent-based modeling approach (featuring a type of […]

April 25, 2015

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2:15 PM | Turn Your Selfies Into Dancing, Bobblehead Avatars
The app draws from Chinese pop art specimen that are empirically, gloriously weird. Continue reading →
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1:12 PM | “Can’t get enough of the poo”
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4:00 AM | Malaysian Postgraduate Workshop Series (MPWS): One Day Workshop on Research Tools: Supporting Research and Publication
One Day Workshop on Research Tools: Supporting Research and Publication[PERSIAPAN AWAL] Adakah anda tahu, sebelum anda memulakan langkah anda sebagai pelajar Postgraduate, rupa-rupanya ada teknik yang boleh membantu untuk memilih Supervisor (SV) yang tepat, di mana kita boleh 'check' latar belakang SV contohnya sudah berapa jurnal yang diterbitkan oleh seseorang SV itu, link atau 'networking' sesorang SV dengan universiti lain di dalam dan luar negara, conference yang pernah disertainya dan […]
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1:57 AM | SSRN Legal Information & Technology eJournal
Does a Long Reference List Guarantee More Citations? Analysis of Malaysian Highly Cited and Review PapersThe International Journal of Management Science and Business, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 6-15, 2015Nader Ale Ebrahim ,H. Ebrahimian ,Maryam Mousavi andFarzad Tahriri University of Malaya (UM) - Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture, Faculty of EngineeringUniversity of Malaya (UM) - Research Support Unit, Centre of Research Services, Institute of Research Management and Monitoring […]
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12:32 AM | 3 Companies With High-Performing Virtual Teams
Source: http://www.onpointconsultingllc.com/blog/3-companies-with-high-performing-virtual-teams 3 Companies With High-Performing Virtual TeamsPosted byDarleen DeRosa February 26, 2015 Share Article:Maintaining work relationships virtually presents unique challenges.It’s more difficult to build trust, manage accountability and form bonds among teams separated by physical distance. Add to that a greater potential for miscommunication or […]

April 24, 2015

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8:13 PM | WE WANT YOUR TECH ADVICE about the future of our magazine!
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7:40 PM | Could Recycling Wastewater Solve California’s Water Problem?
California is currently in the midst of a four-year drought. And after record-low snowfalls over the winter, Gov. Jerry Brown imposed water use restrictions for the first time in the state’s history. His plan to conserve water includes the imposition of a 25-percent reduction on local water-supplying agencies. This means residents will have to adjust … Continue reading →
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6:25 PM | The Latest Developments in STEMtech
Innovation & Tech Today is a proud media partner of the USA Science & Engineering Festival. Committed to celebrating innovation and investing in our future, the USA Science & Engineering Festival perfectly complements the mission of I&T Today. In addition to covering the Festival in Washington D.C. in 2016, I&T Today is increasing STEM coverage…
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6:14 PM | Nifty Fifty Podcast: Dr. Matthew Hartings On The Chemistry Of Cooking
This Nifty Fifty Podcast features Dr. Matthew Hartings speaking to Holy Cross School in Garret Park, Maryland.  Dr. Hartings the professor behind “The Chemistry of Cooking,” a wildely popular course at American University, where Dr. Hartings is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry.  Read full blog here.   
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4:19 PM | Homemade Iron Man Glove Fires Lasers
The glove shoots lasers that are powerful enough to pop a balloon or sear patterns into wood.
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2:40 PM | Professor Simon Leonardo Altman
Professor Simon Leonardo Altman , Emeritus Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, is a mathematical physicist whose main work is on group theory, quaternions, and solid state. Since his retirement his main interests have been history and philosophy of science, poetry, especially science poetry, and some work on art theory, mainly concerning right-left problems. His website […]
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2:00 PM | Haptic Glove Lets Gamers Feel the Virtual World
The Hands Omni glove uses force-feedback design to approximate the sensation of touching, pressing or gripping a surface or object.
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1:00 PM | Hyliion Takes Home Big Prizes at Rice Business Plan Competition With Its Hybrid 18-Wheeler
On Saturday, a start-up called Hyliion was awarded the U.S. Department of Energy Clean Energy Entrepreneurship prize at the 15th annual Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston. This... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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11:45 AM | Dress-Up Drones: Hobbyists Customize Their UAVs
Some drones just want to have fun.

April 23, 2015

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10:10 PM | New To Science Blogging #4 – Life et al.
  This post is the fourth in a recent guest blog series on my blog featuring science bloggers who recently got their start in the science blogosphere. This series of posts I'll be inviting from new science bloggers, or anyone who started blogging about science in the last year or so, will help paint a picture of how science bloggers get their start today. *If you want to contribute to this series, and you recently (within the last year or so) started any form […]
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9:40 PM | AutoML Challenge: Python Notebooks for Round 1 and more...
In  the Sunday Morning Insight entry entitled The Hardest Challenges We Should be Unwilling to Postponed,  I mentioned a challenge set up by Isabelle Guyon entitled the AutoML challenge ( http://codalab.org/AutoML, her presentation is here). In short, the idea is to have a Kaggle like challenge that features several datasets of increasing difficulty and see how algorithm entries fare with these different datasets. Deep down, the algorithm needs to pay attention to its own […]
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5:39 PM | Drexel Snapshot: Geology Class Digs into Earth Science on Instagram
GEO 103 class characterizing the nature of the sediments of the Cohansey Formation in the NJ Pinelands. #geo103rocks #drexelcoas #acadnatsci #talkinboutrocks A photo posted by Ted Daeschler (@teddaeschler) on Apr 18, 2015 at 12:29pm PDT On a beautiful spring day, it’s not unusual for college students to ask to hold class outside. But this spring … Continue reading →
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4:11 PM | Part II: The Ecstasy and the Agony of UVM Abstraction and Encapsulation Featuring the AMIQ APB VIP
Part II of our tour through UVM reusability through TLM ports and the factory in the AMIQ APB VIP. by Hamilton Carter – Senior Editor Tuning the Receiver Part I didn’t answer how, (or indeed if), the monitor’s messages make their way over to the write_item_from_mon method in the coverage collector.   Remember, the method is [...]
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2:42 PM | Thoughts on Prestige and Credibility.
So, I spent the day yesterday lecturing to faculty and administration at an ultra-fancy hospital affiliated with an ultra-fancy medical school. Now, I work in an ultra-fancy hospital affiliated with a very-fancy medical school, so institutionally I wasn’t super intimidated. But I was a little intimidated. If I had been coming directly from my previous […]
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