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In Wikileaks Archives U.K. (2009) Publication of the UK Royal Mail’s PostZon postcode database WikiLeaks released the UK government database of all 1,841,177 UK post codes together with latitude and longitude, grid references, county, district, ward, NHS codes and regions, Ordinance Survey reference, and date of introduction. The database was last updated on July 8, 2009 and is over 100,000 pages in size. Read this in Wikileaks Archives Afghanistan (2008) Release of report NATO in Afghanistan: Master Narrative WikiLeaks WikiLeaks
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Uddan dig gratis på verdens bedste universiteter Normalt koster det 230.000 kroner om året og er forbeholdt verdens bedste studerende. Nu kan du få det helt gratis. Via et nyt onlinesystem kan folk verden over fremover tage uddannelser på en række af USA’s højst ansete universiteter. Uddan dig gratis på verdens bedste universiteter
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Quantified Self | Self Knowledge Through Numbers Quantified Self | Self Knowledge Through Numbers “How do you feel right now?” Such a short question can lead us toward profound insights into our lives. But how do we ask ourselves that question? How do we keep track of our answers?
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Intro to AI - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Oct-Dec 2011 Intro to AI - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Oct-Dec 2011 All of AI Class is now available through Udacity along with many other classes! This site (www.ai-class.com) will redirect to www.udacity.com starting in February 2013. Class has ended, but you can still log in here.
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Human Genome Project The Human Genome Project (HGP) is an international scientific research project with a primary goal of determining the sequence of chemical base pairs which make up human DNA, and of identifying and mapping the total genes of the human genome from both a physical and functional standpoint.[1] It remains the largest collaborative biological project.[2] The first official funding for the Project originated with the US Department of Energy’s Office of Health and Environmental Research, headed by Charles DeLisi, and was in the Reagan Administration’s 1987 budget submission to the Congress.[3] It subsequently passed both Houses. The Project was planned for 15 years.[4] In 1990, the two major funding agencies, DOE and NIH, developed a memorandum of understanding in order to coordinate plans, and set the clock for initiation of the Project to 1990.[5] At that time David Galas was Director of the renamed “Office of Biological and Environmental Research” in the U.S. Human Genome Project
An Overview of the Human Genome Project What was the Human Genome Project? The Human Genome Project (HGP) was the international, collaborative research program whose goal was the complete mapping and understanding of all the genes of human beings. All our genes together are known as our "genome." The HGP was the natural culmination of the history of genetics research. An Overview of the Human Genome Project An Overview of the Human Genome Project
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March 20, 2012JacobShiach Visited 1257 times , 2 Visits today On a related note: The Free Universal Construction Kit offers adapters between Lego, Duplo, Fischertechnik,Gears! Gears! Gears!, K’Nex, Krinkles (Bristle Blocks), Lincoln Logs, Tinkertoys, Zome, and Zoob. LEGO Robots in a Research Lab | Citizen Science Quarterly LEGO Robots in a Research Lab | Citizen Science Quarterly
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What does frontline university research with several million kroner budgets have to do with a group of Do-It-Yourself science aficionados building labs in garages and basements on shoestring budgets? Find some answers at the “Doing and Debating Synthetic Biology” symposium on March 21st at Medical Museion in Copenhagen. Synthetic biology is a burgeoning research field which promises a completely new approach to biology: seeing cells and their components as reprogrammable and potential building blocks that can be used to construct cellular factories for producing medicinal drugs, ingredients and chemicals currently produced from oil. Biohackers try to democratize science, and many regard the synthetic biology approach as something that will spur an industry revolution, similar to the one started by computer hackers democratizing IT in the 1970s. BiologiGaragen
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