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ADORA1 Gene – GeneCards | AA1R Protein | AA1R Antibody

October 12, 2019

https://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=ADORA1

The 4 Biggest Open Problems in NLP

October 12, 2019

http://ruder.io/4-biggest-open-problems-in-nlp/

MBB intranet

October 12, 2019

https://intranet.mbb.yale.edu/

interesting perspective on cancer research in wsj + upcoming book

October 8, 2019

The focus is on improving detection vs. treatment of late stage disease.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/cancer-is-still-beating-uswe-need-a-new-start-11570206319

Zante Pizza & Indian Cuisine – 3489 Mission St San Francisco CA | zantepizzaandindian.com

October 6, 2019

indian + pizza : non obvious combo
Zante Pizza & Indian Cuisine – 3489 Mission St San Francisco CA | zantepizzaandindian.com
https://zantepizzaandindian.com/10071

Custom T-Shirts – Design Your Own T-Shirts Online – Free Shipping!

October 6, 2019

https://www.customink.com/

LaTeXiT

October 6, 2019

https://www.chachatelier.fr/latexit/latexit-features.php

easy Latex => IMG

Biological composites—complex structures for functional diversity | Science

September 30, 2019

http://science.sciencemag.org/content/362/6414/543

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An example is the combination of rigidity and flexibility in protein-based teeth of the squid sucker ring. Other examples are time-delayed actuation in plant seed pods triggered by environmental signals, such as fire and water, and surface nanostructures that combine light manipulation with mechanical protection or water repellency. Bioinspired engineering transfers some of these structural principles into technically more relevant base materials to obtain new, often unexpected combinations of material properties. Less appreciated is the huge potential of using bioinspired structural complexity to avoid unnecessary chemical diversity, enabling easier recycling and, thus, a more sustainable materials economy.
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Timescales in Biology

September 29, 2019

https://www.cell.com/cell/pdf/S0092-8674(16)30208-2.pdf

How to stop data centres from gobbling up the world’s electricity

September 29, 2019

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“The savings made by hyperscale centres can be seen in their power usage efficiency (PUE), defined as the total energy needed for everything, including lights and cooling, divided by the energy used for computing (a PUE of 1.0 would be a perfect score). Conventional data centres typically have a PUE of about 2.0; for hyperscale facilities, that’s been whittled down to about 1.2. Google, for one, boasts a PUE of 1.12 on average for all its centres.

Older or less technologically adept data centres can contain a mix of equipment that is hard to optimize — and some that is even useless. In 2017, Jonathan Koomey, a California-based consultant and leading international expert on IT, surveyed with a colleague more than 16,000 servers tucked into corporate closets and basements and found that about one-quarter of them were “zombies”, sucking up power without doing any useful work — perhaps because someone simply forgot to turn them off. “These are servers sitting around doing nothing except using electricity, and that’s outrageous,” says Koomey.”
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http://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-06610-y