She describes steps we can take to reduce the risk of obesity-related disease in our household friends. Franziska Michor, a computational biologist from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, discusses her work with analyzing cancer genomes. Also, the Museum's Cheryl Wojciechowski talks to a Harvard researcher about some of the the inner workings of Alzheimer's disease, and they use that information to examine some hopeful directions research is taking. Boris Katz describes how his natural language question-answer system enabled the development of a Jeopardy! Scientists recently announced a planet in the nearby Alpha Centauri star system with the first two of these three criteria. Then, hear a comparison of established and new lighting technologies -- it could help you plan future reductions in your own energy consumption! Some are , or governmental domains for other countries.
Virtual navigation employed real-time video decompression for the display of, and interaction with, high-quality computer animation. First, we will hear about potential health risks from living too close to highways in Somerville. She will talk about life on the ice and her current research involving melt water lakes and their impact on the ice sheet. Zvonimir Dogic talks about using biology as inspiration for new synthetic materials. Doug Roble describes some of the work he has done on movies like The Day After Tomorrow and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
If guests ever decide they need a break from the excitement of the day, they can retreat to a with dimmable lights and comfortable seats. Because of postage, your subscription rate is based on your mailing address. This was designed as a project to showcase new techniques in computer graphics at the time, particularly to push the envelope of what was capable of, as it was still in. With this national reach in mind, we've made it easy for you to engage with the Museum wherever you are. A pioneering virtual or web museum is the Web Museum, created by Nicholas Pioch. Howard Koh, associate dean at the Harvard School of Public Health, about the Great American Smokeout held on November 15.
This week's episode focuses on two different types of robots: biologically inspired climbing robots and a pair of virtual humans. Jane Goodall's first observations of chimpanzees in the wild, learn about new data that have led scientists to think about why chimpanzees fight and even kill. Publication Date April 2010 Across the country this March, NanoDays celebrated all things tiny. Many disorders- diabetes, cancer, kidney failure- cause the release of certain chemicals into the blood stream. Allen Gontz talks about how he uses geology together with archaeology to uncover parts of Boston's history.
Thank you in advance for your consideration. Also, hear how a group of scientists at the University of Florida is putting corks in tiny test tubes that could be filled with anti-cancer agents and directly targeted to tumors. It also hosts spaces for discussion and debate, both online and offline. Also offers educational guides, collaborative projects through social media, and a podcast series. Also, find out how we can improve our electrical power grid with storage batteries made with new nanomaterial technology. In 2017, Virtual Multimodal Museum continues to explore the core concept of the virtual museum where the is actively working towards re-defining the definition of the virtual museum in order to keep up with current research.
Water parks are filled with splashing, screaming, and fast rides—all potential triggers for autistic guests prone to sensory overload. There is also a decrease amongst women who have not had the vaccine, because of their protection through herd immunity. Switching from the very large to the very small, hear about ivy-based nanoparticles that may be used to make a better sunscreen. Do you like making the task of assembling hundreds of tiny plastic pieces harder by becoming inebriated? The Louvre was originally a fortress built by the French king Philippe Auguste. Do wild chickens even exist anymore? The results show that having positive social interactions aka friends can increase your lifespan.
The effort began in the summer of 1967 and spanned almost 50 years. This problem is baked into the design of most water parks, but as the reports, SeaWorld's Aquatica Orlando park in Florida is taking steps toward being more inclusive of guests across the autism spectrum. The online photographic, audio, video, text, and other historical exhibitions include exhibits from the 1700s to the present day. One is to re-create 3D space with visual representations of the museum by a 3D architectural metaphor, which provides a sense of place using various spatial references. Then we'll hear about how a beautiful butterfly can be used to study human evolutionary genetics.
These 3D self-guided virtual tours were created by scanning the interior of the Museum's aircraft using the Matterport 3D Camera. Support provided by Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Also, scientists have found a possible way to correct for the extra long gene that causes Huntington's disease. Curiosity's primary mission is to determine the past habitability of Mars by looking for evidence of liquid water and other building blocks of life. In establishing virtuality and promoting cultural development, the goal is not merely to reproduce existing objects, but to actualize new ones.
Within a submenu, Use up and down arrow keys to explore. We will also have Owen Gingerich, chairman of the International Astronomical Union's Planet Definition Committee, to give us a definitive look at the announcement that we really only have eight planets in our solar system. Also, hear about the discovery of the latest earth-like planets orbiting other stars. . Hear our choices for the Top 10 science stories of 2010 in this podcast. The museum is operated by historians and other scientists from Belarus, based on a private initiative.