Tag Archives: Richard Feynman

My picks, 23

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Undecidability Tangent What’s next in 3D printing When NASA Lost a Spacecraft Because It Didn’t Use Metric Hubble and the Bermuda Triangle of space The Dance of the Peacock Spider Multi-Person 3D system How to reinvent the apartment building Richard Feynman […]

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 […]