Monthly Archives: September 2014

My picks, 22

My picks from previous week. A Colorful Lunar Eclipse Stunning Timelapse of the Earth From Space The Mysterious Holes in the Atmosphere on Venus Soft Robotic Exosuit Re-engineering Sight Exoplanet Q & Alien GeForce GTX 980 & 970 Product Video Quantum Technologies The Radiology Detective: Utilizing Clues Within High-Tech Imaging Exams to Solve Medical Mysteries […]

Information that deserves attention, 21

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Sand Mandalas Explained, with Losang Samten Language Corals as engineers Take A Trip Around The World In 2 Minutes Where are we in the universe? Targeting Mars Earth In 200 Million Years Scientists Discover 65-Ton Dinosaur ‘Dreadnoughtus’ Bigger Than T. rex: […]

Information that deserves attention, 20

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Silicon Valley Rebels Goats! Scientists Grow First Working Organ From Scratch John Muir’s Transformative Climb Up Mt. Rainier A Secret Refuge for Elk Thought to Be Extinct Jonathan Bird’s Blue World: Deep Cocos Voyager Demise of the Kilogram Compassion Silicon Valley […]

At Lake Tahoe on Saturday

Information that deserves attention, 19

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Under the ice Speed Kills: Top 5 Most Unbelievable Moments in Water The Cigarette machine: the invention with the greatest economic impact? Music and Mathematics Evidence for Supernovas Near Earth Spotlight on Innovation: Trillion FPS Camera Why are Stars Star-Shaped? Celebrating […]

Molecular Dynamics Simulations and the Mechanisms of Protein Complexes

John Kuriyan from UC Berkeley is giving a NERSC Nobel Lecture describing the research behind the Nobel Prize, one of four lectures this year sponsored by National Energy Research Computing Center in honor of its 40th anniversary. I thought to highlight memorable moments from the lecture. John Kuriyan – May 20th, 2014 The underlying physical […]