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June 27 2013

Science Podcast - Tracking Voyager, soil microbes, fighting cancer, and more (28 June 2013)

Edward Stone describes signals sent from Voyager as it reaches the edge of the solar system; Ferran Garcia-Pichel discusses climate change's effect on microorganisms; Jennifer Couzin-Frankel outlines a personalized technique to fight cancer.

April 24 2013

Four short links: 24 April 2013

  1. Solar Energy: This is What a Disruptive Technology Looks Like (Brian McConnell) — In 1977, solar cells cost upwards of $70 per Watt of capacity. In 2013, that cost has dropped to $0.74 per Watt, a 100:1 improvement (source: The Economist). On average, solar power improves 14% per year in terms of energy production per dollar invested.
  2. Process Managers — overview of the tools that keep your software running.
  3. Bittorrent Sync — Dropbox-like features, BitTorrent under the hood.
  4. Brython — Python interpreter written in Javascript, suitable for embedding in webpages. (via Nelson Minar)

January 09 2009

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Global Pulse - 1/08/09 The Color of Stimulus: Green
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September 09 2008

TERRA 445: Coronal Mass Ejections PREVIEW

Coronal Mass Ejections seeks to explain a highly technical phenomena through compelling interviews with top scientists and amazing graphics depicting our solar system. However, the film also seeks to make the point that science doesn’t have all the answers, but that it’s ok and is in fact a good thing.
TERRA 445: Coronal Mass Ejections

Coronal Mass Ejections seeks to explain a highly technical phenomena through compelling interviews with top scientists and amazing graphics depicting our solar system. However, the film also seeks to make the point that science doesn’t have all the answers, but that it’s ok and is in fact a good thing.

June 04 2008

TERRA 431: Crazy Dream PREVIEW

Steve Titus has what he calls a 'hobby gone awry.’ His solo garage project, self-funded and self-improvised, is to change the world by designing the ‘Solar Bug’ – a prototype for a combination ATV and solar electric car. Steve joins a long lineage of tinkerers, experimenters, and resourceful inventors who have pioneered ideas in their backyard pursuit of a more sustainable and society. The ultimate message is this: if you are passionate about an idea, start today, don’t hold back, and leave your naysayers in the dust.
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