Posts Tagged ‘x57s’

A Dying Scientist’s Rogue Vaccine Trial | WIRED

May 22, 2018

Vinome – wine DNA

May 18, 2018

Your DNA Guide to Wines You’ll Love

The Teens Who Hacked Microsoft’s Xbox Empire—And Went Too Far | WIRED

May 14, 2018


May 13, 2018

Lego exhibit

SAT—April 28, 2018 THROUGH SAT—August 4, 2018
TUE-SAT—12–6 PM, free
WED—12–7 PM, free
(Not Sun.)
SAT—12-6 PM

The Digital Vigilantes Who Hack Back | The New Yorker

May 11, 2018

The Best Mac Time Tracking Apps in 2017

May 5, 2018

The Best Mac Time Tracking Apps in 2017

May 5, 2018

Augmented reality for macromolecule viewing

April 22, 2018

Incredible Android app for AR viewing of macromolecules Especially neat when pointed at another phone or tablet. Shows the molecule literally coming out of the screen HT @gamzeandgursoy

an app that might be interesting: When you look at the molecule pictures that are called triggers through this
app, it shows them three dimensional in different angles. You can even
create movie type augmented realities.

How to sail smoothly from academia to industry

April 21, 2018

How to sail smoothly from academia to industry Teamwork is key. Perhaps this should be emphasized more in graduate training? #Jobs QT:{{”
“When immuno-oncologist Martijn Bijker decided to move from academia to industry, he asked a friend to review his CV. His friend — who had worked in the pharmaceutical sector for two decades — told him to relegate his lists of publications, posters and presentations to the back of the document. The focus, he said, should be on teamwork skills and the ability to perform the job requirements.”

Reddit and the Struggle to Detoxify the Internet

April 21, 2018

Toward the end, the square was a dense, colorful tapestry, chaotic and strangely captivating. It was a collage of hundreds of incongruous images: logos of colleges, sports teams, bands, and video-game companies; a transcribed monologue from “Star Wars”; likenesses of He-Man, David Bowie, the “Mona Lisa,” and a former Prime Minister of Finland. In the final hours, shortly before the experiment ended and the image was frozen for posterity, BlackVoid launched a surprise attack on the American flag. A dark fissure tore at the bottom of the flag, then overtook the whole thing. For a few minutes, the center was engulfed in darkness. Then a broad coalition rallied to beat back the Void; the stars and stripes regained their form, and, in the end, the flag was still there.

Reddit & the Struggle to Detoxify the Internet Describes an interesting expt: users compete & collaborate to determine the content of white square. “Toward the end, the square was…a collage…logos of colleges…teams… [&] likenesses of the Mona Lisa”