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7 Cyberlearning Technologies Transforming Education
Media officer for the National Science Foundation covering adv...
The year was 1984 and in addition to the chalkboards and alphabet posters, our 2nd grade classroom was equipped with an odd, beige box at a table in the back behind the students.
Is Life an Illusion?
Senior Astronomer, SETI Institute
Do you ever wonder about the meaning of life, and in particular
life? Well, of course you do, but maybe you should ease up on the angst. There are academics who say you don't
a life. You're just an app.
The worm, the robot, and the cave of shadows
AI engineer and science writer
New Clues on How Jupiter and Saturn Formed
Mario De Leo Winkler
Postdoctoral researcher in astrophysics at UC Riverside
The problem, as with most astronomical phenomena, is the huge timescales in which things happen. We therefore rely on supercomputers to feed them data and get simulations which show us what happens in thousands, hundreds of thousands, millions, or billions of years.
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