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The Digital Public Library of America, Me, and You. Twenty years ago Roy Rosenzweig imagined a compelling mission for a new institution: “To use digital media and computer technology to democratize history—to incorporate multiple voices, reach diverse audiences, and encourage popular participation in presenting and preserving the past.” I’ve been incredibly lucky to be a part of that mission for over twelve years, at what became the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, with last five and a half years as director. Today I am announcing that I will be leaving the center, and my professorship at George Mason University, the home of RRCHNM, but I am not leaving Roy’s powerful vision behind. Instead, I will be extending his vision—one now shared by so many—on a new national initiative, the Digital Public Library of America.
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Tony Bates » The world’s largest supplier of free online learning? Cambridge Open Data Meet-Up! The next #OpenDataCBG meet-up will take place this Monday 14th May, at 7pm in the Panton Arms. Sign up now! OpenDataCBG is back for its third bi-monthly meet-up! The previous two meet-ups have been a huge success, with almost thirty people squeezing into the function room of the Panton Arms for an evening of talks, discussion and socialising. On Monday 14th May we will gather in the Panton Arms from around 7pm, to get in a round of drinks before lightning talks kick-off at 7:30pm. Give a talk Confirmed to speak so far we have Tom Oinn, who will be giving a lively talk about Overtone, featuring a live demo of ‘things that change colour and go beep’.
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Computer. DNA robot could kill cancer cells. DNA origami, a technique for making structures from DNA, may be more than just a cool design concept. It can also be used to build devices that can seek out and destroy living cells. The nanorobots, as the researchers call them, use a similar system to cells in the immune system to engage with receptors on the outside of cells. Image created by Campbell Strong, Shawn Douglas, & Gaël McGill using Molecular Maya & cadnano DNA nanorobots can target cancer cells and deliver an antibody payload (purple). “We call it a nanorobot because it is capable of some robotic tasks,” says Ido Bachelet, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, and one of the authors of the study, which is published in this week’s issue of Science1.
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