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Смотрите, какую красотищу @polin.ev нашла в нашем минералогическом музее💙 Это аквамарин, одна из разновидностей берилла. Многих привлекает холодный блеск этого камня, однако до XVIII века аквамарин не был особенно популярен — раньше ювелиры не умели так искусно обрабатывать камни, как сейчас💎 Но уж теперь этот красавец оценен по достоинству.

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Смотрите, какую красотищу @polin.ev нашла в нашем минералогическом музее💙 Это аквамарин, одна из разновидностей берилла. Многих привлекает холодный блеск этого камня, однако до XVIII века аквамарин не был особенно популярен — раньше ювелиры не умели так искусно обрабатывать камни, как сейчас💎 Но уж теперь этот красавец оценен по достоинству. #явтгу  #iamattsu  #tsu  #тгу  #тгуимператорский  #tomsk  #томск  #tomskuniversity  #tomskgram  #instatomsk  #регион70  #tomsk70  #томск70  #science  #наука  #scientists  #ученые  #сибирь  #siberia  #project5_100  #проект5_100  #5top100  #photooftheday  #picoftheday 
::13th National Biotechnology Week "Feeding the world will be one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. It will be impossible without using scientific advancements and biotechnology"-Mike Pompeo

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If the bad foods taste best then why  hasn't anyone taken any steps to make vegetables taste like  cheeseburgers,tacos or pizza? It's almost 2018 #scientists i dont need  boner medicine i need taco celery.
If the bad foods taste best then why hasn't anyone taken any steps to make vegetables taste like cheeseburgers,tacos or pizza? It's almost 2018 #scientists  i dont need boner medicine i need taco celery.
Can #science save us? This was a question we put to the world's most brilliant scientists in the current issue of @wireduk. We asked Stephen Hawking, Jill Tarter, Lisa Randall, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and more how they would solve major global problems, from #climatechange to #donaldtrump. Grab a copy to find out what they had to say. #scientists #environment #physics #astronomy #earth #universe #space #research #academics #ai #fakenews
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An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. 
The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. 
Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser .
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#20171121 #nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists #열정사용법
. #Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser . . . . #20171121  #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists  #열정사용법 
High Probability Of A Major Earthquake In Uttarakhand: Scientists

Scientists participating in the event were unanimous in their view about the high possibility of a devastating earthquake in Uttarakhand, where the last major tremor occurred at least 600 years ago, and asked the state government to work towards building tremor-resilient infrastructure.
Photo- A workshop highlighted the high probability of a major earthquake in Uttarakhand (Representational)
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High Probability Of A Major Earthquake In Uttarakhand: Scientists Scientists participating in the event were unanimous in their view about the high possibility of a devastating earthquake in Uttarakhand, where the last major tremor occurred at least 600 years ago, and asked the state government to work towards building tremor-resilient infrastructure. Photo- A workshop highlighted the high probability of a major earthquake in Uttarakhand (Representational) S-ndtv Follow us @News_Superfast @News_Superfast @News_Superfast @News_Superfast #uttarakhandtourism  #climate  #uttarakhand  #earthquake  #high  #scientists  ##beaware  #alert  #600years  #India  #maha  #World  #environment  #save  #big  #threat  #NewDelhi  #rajastan  #himalaya  #maountain  #trekking  #trekkers  #yogis  #tourists  #followformore  #likeformore  @News_Superfast
Daily Digest: Nov 22, 2017 [Story Card Slideshow]
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Daily Digest: Nov 22, 2017 [Story Card Slideshow] Click: @futurescope_trends link in bio to learn more ________________________________________________ Simply swipe through our stories, and take a moment out of your day to vision through our FutureScope lense with us… ======================================= The concept of “futurism” and the role of the “futurist” are very recent developments. It has only been the last few decades that futurism has appeared on the mental radar screens of most people. As technology accelerates communication, innovation, and our ability to predict accurately, we believe that each of us must continually educate ourselves about the directions of key trends + Our target audience is the “Cultural Creative” individual, and innovative, entrepreneurial businesses. This is where basically all the new innovations, jobs and energy is generated in the world, and this is who we like to spend time learning from and working with + By watching the emergence, development and evolution of key areas of life, we want to empower individuals and high-impact teams to make better decisions, and create more adaptive innovations. Our vision is that everyone becomes a self-educated futurist ======================================= Tag a friend who could benefit from our futurist stories... ________________________________________________ Fact driven, inspiring daily summaries for you to follow the evolution of emerging trends: #artificialintelligence  #autonomy  #machinelearning  #vr  #ar  #fitness  #health  #space  #design  #science  #energy  #blockchain  #apps  #3dprinting  #iot  #biotech  #nanotech  #entrepreneurslife  #ai  #gaming  #medicine  #psychology  #ux  #ui  #drones  #disease  #climatechange  #wearables  #robotics  #education 
😰 ¿Un #GIF dentro de una bacteria? 😱 
El #ADN contiene la información necesaria para que un organismo tenga sus propias características y para que realice sus funciones vitales. ⬇️ ↕️ ⬇️
En los últimos años se ha explorado el potencial del ADN como un medio de almacenamiento de datos. Para comprobar esta hipótesis, los #científicos, utilizaron los pixels del gif para convertirlos en un sistema binario y finalmente pasarlos a nucleótidos en el interior del ADN bacteriano con una técnica de biología molecular llamada #CRISPR, la cual funciona como una especie de tijeras que cortan secuencias específicas de ADN. El resultado: lograron introducir una imagen en movimiento dentro del ADN de una bacteria llamada E. coli
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2 conclusiones:
1) El ADN es un medio biológico para almacenar información. 
2) CRISPR se puede usar para eliminar mutaciones que causan enfermedades en el humano.
#genoma #digitaciencia #divulgacióncientifica #gif #ciencia #paratodos #novedades #insitu #deotromundo #ciencialoca . 🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃
. 😮A #GIF inside a bacterium? #WTF 
The #ADN contains the information necessary for an organism to have its own characteristics and to perform its vital functions.
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In recent years, the potential of DNA as a means of storing data has been explored. To test this hypothesis, the #scientists used the pixels of the image to convert them into a binary system and finally pass them to nucleotides inside the bacterial DNA with a molecular biology technique called #CRISPR, which works as a kind of scissors that They cut specific DNA sequences. The result: they managed to introduce a moving image into the DNA of a bacterium called E. coli
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2 conclusions:
1) DNA is a biological medium for storing information.
2) CRISPR can be used to eliminate mutations that cause diseases in humans.
#instascience #crazyscience #communicator #molecularbiology
😰 ¿Un #GIF  dentro de una bacteria? 😱 El #ADN  contiene la información necesaria para que un organismo tenga sus propias características y para que realice sus funciones vitales. ⬇️ ↕️ ⬇️ En los últimos años se ha explorado el potencial del ADN como un medio de almacenamiento de datos. Para comprobar esta hipótesis, los #científicos , utilizaron los pixels del gif para convertirlos en un sistema binario y finalmente pasarlos a nucleótidos en el interior del ADN bacteriano con una técnica de biología molecular llamada #CRISPR , la cual funciona como una especie de tijeras que cortan secuencias específicas de ADN. El resultado: lograron introducir una imagen en movimiento dentro del ADN de una bacteria llamada E. coli ✂️ 🎞️ ✂️ 🎞️ 2 conclusiones: 1) El ADN es un medio biológico para almacenar información. 2) CRISPR se puede usar para eliminar mutaciones que causan enfermedades en el humano. #genoma  #digitaciencia  #divulgacióncientifica  #gif  #ciencia  #paratodos  #novedades  #insitu  #deotromundo  #ciencialoca  . 🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃 . 😮A #GIF  inside a bacterium? #WTF  The #ADN  contains the information necessary for an organism to have its own characteristics and to perform its vital functions. 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼 In recent years, the potential of DNA as a means of storing data has been explored. To test this hypothesis, the #scientists  used the pixels of the image to convert them into a binary system and finally pass them to nucleotides inside the bacterial DNA with a molecular biology technique called #CRISPR , which works as a kind of scissors that They cut specific DNA sequences. The result: they managed to introduce a moving image into the DNA of a bacterium called E. coli ✂️ 😫🎞️ 👩🏽‍🔬✂️🙆🏽‍♀️ 🎞️ 2 conclusions: 1) DNA is a biological medium for storing information. 2) CRISPR can be used to eliminate mutations that cause diseases in humans. #instascience  #crazyscience  #communicator  #molecularbiology 
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An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. 
The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. 
Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser 
#nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists
#Repost  @nasa An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists 
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#Regrann from @nasa -  An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! .
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New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. .
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The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. .
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Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser 
#nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists  #regrann
#Regrann  from @nasa - An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! . . New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. . . The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. . . Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists  #regrann 
Thankful that my body isn’t  giving out on me during these reps I programmed for myself. Push yourself to your limits, don’t expect anybody to do it for you! Self-motivated is the key to success....well one of them! Haha eat good tomorrow everyone 💪🏾💪🏾
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Thankful that my body isn’t giving out on me during these reps I programmed for myself. Push yourself to your limits, don’t expect anybody to do it for you! Self-motivated is the key to success....well one of them! Haha eat good tomorrow everyone 💪🏾💪🏾 . . . #striveforgreatness  #scientistswholift  #fitscientist  #sciencegains  #powerlifting  #weightlifting  #gym  #fitfam  #lifting  #chemistswholift  #doctorswholift  #engineerswholift  #fitness  #bodybuilding  #humpday  #happyhumpday  #squats  #benchpress  #fitnessmotivation  #training  #strengthtraining  #strength  #muscles  #gymrat  #stayhealthy  #livebetter  #STEM  #core  #scientists  #science 
Coming soon CSR program "Kem Science Hero" 08/12/2017 until 10/12/2017. *Participants will receive certificate of participation.

FULLY BOOKED ✔

Activities : 
1) CSI races
2) Mini experiment
3) Einstein Mind
4) Stargazing
5) Scientist talk

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Coming soon CSR program "Kem Science Hero" 08/12/2017 until 10/12/2017. *Participants will receive certificate of participation.

Activities : 
1) CSI races
2) Mini experiment
3) Einstein Mind
4) Stargazing
5) Scientist talk

#corporatetocommunity
#infiniteoutreach
#scientists
#csr
#trainingandmotivation
#sciencehero
After the coring comes the logging! Here we see Matt and Kerry who are monitoring the logging process. 
At some sites, once we’ve finished collecting core, we start the process of logging (and it has nothing to do with trees!). Logging involves dropping special equipment down the hole we just cored.  Doing this  allows us to understand more about the core we collected by comparing the data collected from the core and the data collected during logging. 
#EXP369 #joidesresolution #geologyrocks #science #geology #scientists #logging #shiplife
Photo credit: William Crawford
After the coring comes the logging! Here we see Matt and Kerry who are monitoring the logging process. At some sites, once we’ve finished collecting core, we start the process of logging (and it has nothing to do with trees!). Logging involves dropping special equipment down the hole we just cored. Doing this allows us to understand more about the core we collected by comparing the data collected from the core and the data collected during logging. #EXP369  #joidesresolution  #geologyrocks  #science  #geology  #scientists  #logging  #shiplife  Photo credit: William Crawford
⭐You know what day it is, Rockstars! Feature Friday!

Today I introduce some lovely friends of mine from Canada who are a geo-power couple! Please give a warm welcome to Blythe and Andrew Lowe! 👏 Blythe has been a geologist for more than 35 years and in fact she was my mentor back in 2011/2012 when I was fresh out of University. She was a fantastic mentor and to this day, a great friend. Her husband Andrew is a geophysicist, also with more than 35 years of experience. Although the couple are now both retired from the energy industry and spend much of their free time cruising around the world…science is still a subject near and dear to their hearts. ❤️ Even while they are travelling they make time to hunt for asteroids and view solar eclipses! 🌞🌚 You can check out one of their latest eclipse adventures here: http://andrew-lowe.ca/tse2017.htm.

Andrew is extremely passionate about astronomy and has discovered about 500 asteroids to date. 😱 That’s incredible! Most Rockstars hope to witness even just one extra-terrestrial object in their lifetime! Remember my post on Wednesday about how I had a meteorite wedding ring specially designed for Marty? His wedding ring is made of Seymchan pallasite meteorite. Did you know that the discoverer of an asteroid gets to NAME it? 🤔 When I explained Marty’s meteorite wedding band to Andrew, he was so inspired by it that he graciously named an asteroid after Marty and I in celebration of our engagement! I could not think of a better engagement gift (from two geo’s) to two geo’s. Needless to say, Marty and I are unbelievably excited about having our very own minor planet named after us. 😍 Andrew discovered our asteroid “(157693) 2006 AB” on January 2, 2006 (exactly ten years to the day before our engagement) which he renamed to “(157693) Amandamarty”...my citation on NASA’s website
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⭐You know what day it is, Rockstars! Feature Friday! Today I introduce some lovely friends of mine from Canada who are a geo-power couple! Please give a warm welcome to Blythe and Andrew Lowe! 👏 Blythe has been a geologist for more than 35 years and in fact she was my mentor back in 2011/2012 when I was fresh out of University. She was a fantastic mentor and to this day, a great friend. Her husband Andrew is a geophysicist, also with more than 35 years of experience. Although the couple are now both retired from the energy industry and spend much of their free time cruising around the world…science is still a subject near and dear to their hearts. ❤️ Even while they are travelling they make time to hunt for asteroids and view solar eclipses! 🌞🌚 You can check out one of their latest eclipse adventures here: http://andrew-lowe.ca/tse2017.htm. Andrew is extremely passionate about astronomy and has discovered about 500 asteroids to date. 😱 That’s incredible! Most Rockstars hope to witness even just one extra-terrestrial object in their lifetime! Remember my post on Wednesday about how I had a meteorite wedding ring specially designed for Marty? His wedding ring is made of Seymchan pallasite meteorite. Did you know that the discoverer of an asteroid gets to NAME it? 🤔 When I explained Marty’s meteorite wedding band to Andrew, he was so inspired by it that he graciously named an asteroid after Marty and I in celebration of our engagement! I could not think of a better engagement gift (from two geo’s) to two geo’s. Needless to say, Marty and I are unbelievably excited about having our very own minor planet named after us. 😍 Andrew discovered our asteroid “(157693) 2006 AB” on January 2, 2006 (exactly ten years to the day before our engagement) which he renamed to “(157693) Amandamarty”...my citation on NASA’s website ... Continued in next post.... #geologyisforrockstars  #geology  #geologist  #geologists  #world  #earth  #nature  #amazing  #scientists  #science  #instagoods  #in  #insta  #instagood  #teachersofinstagram  #instagram  #love  #happy  #earthscience  #people  #rocks  #rockstar  #rocklover  #natgeo  #natgeotravel  #travel  #travelling  #nasa  #planet  @nasajohnson @billnye
Smells like history. Catch me in the past 👋🏻
Smells like history. Catch me in the past 👋🏻
⭐ Rockstars! Remember how we were simplifying the process of making a thin section in a multiple part series? Here is part three of four! 😍 Last day we talked about mounting the rock chip on the glass slide and cutting the excess rock that is sticking up from the slide, leaving behind just a thin slice on the glass. Now you must slowly and carefully grind away most of the rock against a grinding wheel to achieve the desired thickness. When we make a thin section of a rock, the rock slice that is glued onto the glass slide is typically ground down to a thickness of about only 30 micrometers (or 0.03mm). It is easy to leave it too thick or grind it too thin 😅…so as a guide we can reference the minerals maximum interference colors to achieve correct thickness. If you aren’t careful, other things can go wrong such as cracking the minerals or creating an uneven section (e.g. edges thin and center thick). Thin section grinding is an art that requires a steady hand and lots of practice! You might want to polish your slide even more using different tools, depending on what kinds of analysis you will be conducting! (E.g. electron microprobe). Stay tuned for part four next week!

Note: There is a lot more detail involved in the procedure of making rock thin sections than I cover in my articles but this series gives everyone a very good high level overview! 😊 If you want to learn more about the nitty gritty details involved in the art of thin section making, please visit this website: https://davehirsch.com/other/thinsections/ (reference/source).
#geologyisforrockstars #geology #geologist #geologists #world #earth #nature #amazing #scientists #science #instagoods #in #insta #instagood #teachersofinstagram #instagram #love #happy #earthscience #people #rocks #rockstar #rocklover #natgeo #natgeotravel #travel #travelling #microscope #thinsection
⭐ Rockstars! Remember how we were simplifying the process of making a thin section in a multiple part series? Here is part three of four! 😍 Last day we talked about mounting the rock chip on the glass slide and cutting the excess rock that is sticking up from the slide, leaving behind just a thin slice on the glass. Now you must slowly and carefully grind away most of the rock against a grinding wheel to achieve the desired thickness. When we make a thin section of a rock, the rock slice that is glued onto the glass slide is typically ground down to a thickness of about only 30 micrometers (or 0.03mm). It is easy to leave it too thick or grind it too thin 😅…so as a guide we can reference the minerals maximum interference colors to achieve correct thickness. If you aren’t careful, other things can go wrong such as cracking the minerals or creating an uneven section (e.g. edges thin and center thick). Thin section grinding is an art that requires a steady hand and lots of practice! You might want to polish your slide even more using different tools, depending on what kinds of analysis you will be conducting! (E.g. electron microprobe). Stay tuned for part four next week! Note: There is a lot more detail involved in the procedure of making rock thin sections than I cover in my articles but this series gives everyone a very good high level overview! 😊 If you want to learn more about the nitty gritty details involved in the art of thin section making, please visit this website: https://davehirsch.com/other/thinsections/ (reference/source). #geologyisforrockstars  #geology  #geologist  #geologists  #world  #earth  #nature  #amazing  #scientists  #science  #instagoods  #in  #insta  #instagood  #teachersofinstagram  #instagram  #love  #happy  #earthscience  #people  #rocks  #rockstar  #rocklover  #natgeo  #natgeotravel  #travel  #travelling  #microscope  #thinsection 
Only known photograph of Judge Cooper’s “house” on Palmyra, taken as part of a 1923 newspaper article about the voyage of the USS Whippoorwill. Shown are the crew and scientists who took the trip. Built around 1915 after Cooper purchased Palmyra, the house was arguably the first permanent structure on the atoll and lasted until 1938 when it collapsed after years of neglect. Read more about Cooper, the voyage of the Whippoorwill and lots more in the archive! 
#palmyraatoll #hawaii #hawaiianhistory #1920s #sailing #scientists #lineislands #ushistory #natureconservancy #newspaper #history #islands #ocean
Only known photograph of Judge Cooper’s “house” on Palmyra, taken as part of a 1923 newspaper article about the voyage of the USS Whippoorwill. Shown are the crew and scientists who took the trip. Built around 1915 after Cooper purchased Palmyra, the house was arguably the first permanent structure on the atoll and lasted until 1938 when it collapsed after years of neglect. Read more about Cooper, the voyage of the Whippoorwill and lots more in the archive! #palmyraatoll  #hawaii  #hawaiianhistory  #1920s  #sailing  #scientists  #lineislands  #ushistory  #natureconservancy  #newspaper  #history  #islands  #ocean 
#Scientists have seen the first #alien object flying through our own #solarsystem

The strange, long, red rock has been wandering between the #milkyway for hundreds of million years, failing to become attached to any #star system. It then flew through our own, letting scientists have a look at the first alien, #interstellar object they've ever seen. "For decades we've theorized that such interstellar objects are out there, and now - for the first time - we have direct evidence they exist," said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for #nasa #science Mission Directorate in Washington. "This history-making discovery is opening a new window to study formation of solar systems beyond our own."
#Scientists  have seen the first #alien  object flying through our own #solarsystem  The strange, long, red rock has been wandering between the #milkyway  for hundreds of million years, failing to become attached to any #star  system. It then flew through our own, letting scientists have a look at the first alien, #interstellar  object they've ever seen. "For decades we've theorized that such interstellar objects are out there, and now - for the first time - we have direct evidence they exist," said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for #nasa  #science  Mission Directorate in Washington. "This history-making discovery is opening a new window to study formation of solar systems beyond our own."
Look at all of these people not paying attention.

#scientists #GMP #THANKSGIVINGLUNCH
There were some #scientists trying to figure out the #sasquatch riddle... #bigfoot #tenaciousd
The cognitive training, called speed of processing, showed benefits up to 10 years after study participants underwent the mental exercise program.

The proportion of participants who underwent the training and later developed dementia was significantly smaller than among those who received no cognitive training, the researchers said.

There were measurable benefits even though the amount of training was small and spread out over time: 10 one-hour sessions over six weeks initially and up to eight booster sessions after that.
The cognitive training, called speed of processing, showed benefits up to 10 years after study participants underwent the mental exercise program. The proportion of participants who underwent the training and later developed dementia was significantly smaller than among those who received no cognitive training, the researchers said. There were measurable benefits even though the amount of training was small and spread out over time: 10 one-hour sessions over six weeks initially and up to eight booster sessions after that.
#BIGSUGAR or as we like to call them the #SouthSideSugarCubes have been suppressing #science & paying off #doctors & #scientists to hide the harms of #sugar ... AND then aggressively marketing a dose dependent #poison to our children as #happiness #love & #celebration Thx @mikerichdesign #mikerichdesign for nailing this one 6yrs back @cmcanow #cmcanow #FearNoArt #streetart #urbanart #DEFEATSODATRON #dunkthejunk #eatreal #BeatNCDS #SODA #FIZZ #graffiti #characters #lchf #NCDS
#BIGSUGAR  or as we like to call them the #SouthSideSugarCubes  have been suppressing #science  & paying off #doctors  & #scientists  to hide the harms of #sugar  ... AND then aggressively marketing a dose dependent #poison  to our children as #happiness  #love  & #celebration  Thx @mikerichdesign #mikerichdesign  for nailing this one 6yrs back @cmcanow #cmcanow  #FearNoArt  #streetart  #urbanart  #DEFEATSODATRON  #dunkthejunk  #eatreal  #BeatNCDS  #SODA  #FIZZ  #graffiti  #characters  #lchf  #NCDS 
#Repost @nasa
・・・
An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. 
The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. 
Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser 
#nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists
#Repost  @nasa ・・・ An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists 
Tomorrow is the American holiday of Thanksgiving, when people gather with friends and family to eat a hearty meal, reflect on our history, and give thanks. We asked our staff what they feel thankful for this year, and Cheetah Program Director Dr. Kim Young-Overton recalled the story of Lwengu, the first female cheetah fitted with a satellite collar in Zambia's Kafue National Park. We and our partner Zambian Carnivore Programme followed Lwengu and her two brothers--between 18 and 20 months old--as they traversed a huge area over the dry season, including perilous farmland outside the park and the mighty Kafue River. Studying where this young cheetah family roams and when the males split to form their own coalition can inform our next conservation moves. "It's been such a joy to catch up with Lwengu on a regular basis," Dr. Young-Overton said, "and see them simply resting under a tree, beginning a hunt, or just enjoying each other's company." All of us here at Panthera are thankful for YOU and your passionate support of big cats. None of our work would be possible without you! Check out some of the great moments we captured this year thanks to you at the link in our bio. #Thanksgiving #thankful #grateful #bigcat #bigcats #wildcat #wildcats #wildlife #conservation #scientists #bigcatsofinstagram #catstagram #Zambia #kafuenationalpark
Tomorrow is the American holiday of Thanksgiving, when people gather with friends and family to eat a hearty meal, reflect on our history, and give thanks. We asked our staff what they feel thankful for this year, and Cheetah Program Director Dr. Kim Young-Overton recalled the story of Lwengu, the first female cheetah fitted with a satellite collar in Zambia's Kafue National Park. We and our partner Zambian Carnivore Programme followed Lwengu and her two brothers--between 18 and 20 months old--as they traversed a huge area over the dry season, including perilous farmland outside the park and the mighty Kafue River. Studying where this young cheetah family roams and when the males split to form their own coalition can inform our next conservation moves. "It's been such a joy to catch up with Lwengu on a regular basis," Dr. Young-Overton said, "and see them simply resting under a tree, beginning a hunt, or just enjoying each other's company." All of us here at Panthera are thankful for YOU and your passionate support of big cats. None of our work would be possible without you! Check out some of the great moments we captured this year thanks to you at the link in our bio. #Thanksgiving  #thankful  #grateful  #bigcat  #bigcats  #wildcat  #wildcats  #wildlife  #conservation  #scientists  #bigcatsofinstagram  #catstagram  #Zambia  #kafuenationalpark 
In other words, your behavior towards any situation, problem or others, matters more than anything. 
Cause this is what really defines you, not only as a person, but also as a true intellectual. 
#listen_to_the_experts_they_know_what_they_are_talking_about
#theory_is_interesting_as_well_as_needed
#but_scientists_only_speak_facts_and_always_prove_what_they_say😉
#trustmeimaphysicist
#science#math#scientists#mathematics#physics#engineers#meteorologynerd#ifuckinglovescience
In other words, your behavior towards any situation, problem or others, matters more than anything. Cause this is what really defines you, not only as a person, but also as a true intellectual. #listen_to_the_experts_they_know_what_they_are_talking_about  #theory_is_interesting_as_well_as_needed  #but_scientists_only_speak_facts_and_always_prove_what_they_say 😉 #trustmeimaphysicist  #science #math #scientists #mathematics #physics #engineers #meteorologynerd #ifuckinglovescience 
"Кто рано встает и почти не ложится, тому небо дает всё, к чему он стремится". Не люблю этого искусственного деления на "технарей" и "гуманитариев": абсолютно любой человек может освоить любой навык и развить(как и подавить) любую способность.

Товарищи, я.. нашла Баклакова...в лифте на биофаке МГУ! Однокурсником моего наставника - орнитолога оказался не кто иной...как сын автора той самой "Территории", Андрей Олегович Куваев! 😍
Вот и не верь после этого в чудеса и взаимную любовь с 1 взгляда (к науке и путешествиям, а вы о чем подумали? 😜) В общем, "полярником-биполярником" или "августовским почвопутчем" мне - быть! "Как вы "яхту" назовете - так по жизни поплывете"! ⛵🚣‍♀️
#blackandwhite#зазож#физфак#биофак#simplehappiness#inspiration#msu#dipacademy#толькоучусь#многовекторность#куваев#моятерритория#сбычамечт#almamater#sureinbetterfuture#towardsknowledge#настроениеновогоднее#miraclesdohappen#itsmylife#sculpture#artitecture#scientists#geometry#research#loveatfirstsight#perasperaadastra
"Кто рано встает и почти не ложится, тому небо дает всё, к чему он стремится". Не люблю этого искусственного деления на "технарей" и "гуманитариев": абсолютно любой человек может освоить любой навык и развить(как и подавить) любую способность. Товарищи, я.. нашла Баклакова...в лифте на биофаке МГУ! Однокурсником моего наставника - орнитолога оказался не кто иной...как сын автора той самой "Территории", Андрей Олегович Куваев! 😍 Вот и не верь после этого в чудеса и взаимную любовь с 1 взгляда (к науке и путешествиям, а вы о чем подумали? 😜) В общем, "полярником-биполярником" или "августовским почвопутчем" мне - быть! "Как вы "яхту" назовете - так по жизни поплывете"! ⛵🚣‍♀️ #blackandwhite #зазож #физфак #биофак #simplehappiness #inspiration #msu #dipacademy #толькоучусь #многовекторность #куваев #моятерритория #сбычамечт #almamater #sureinbetterfuture #towardsknowledge #настроениеновогоднее #miraclesdohappen #itsmylife #sculpture #artitecture #scientists #geometry #research #loveatfirstsight #perasperaadastra 
"I'm not an expert, I've just...been around a long time," said to me by #noblelaureate Neurophysiologist, #TorstenWiesel. I aim to be as wise, cool, and stylish as him at 94. #starmus #science #scientists #portrait #art #starmus2017
ESO, European Southern Observatory. Created in 1962., its observatories are located in Chile. It provides mastercrafted facilities for quality research of Southern skies. Right now ESO is building Extremely Large Telescope ( ELT), which will become worlds largest operational telescope. It will become operational in 2024.
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#eso #telescope #nightphotography #longexposure #milkyway #stars #starrysky #research #science #scientists #galaxy #travel #journey #universe #space #explore #exploration #fivebillionstarhotel #infinity #pioneer #frontier
ESO, European Southern Observatory. Created in 1962., its observatories are located in Chile. It provides mastercrafted facilities for quality research of Southern skies. Right now ESO is building Extremely Large Telescope ( ELT), which will become worlds largest operational telescope. It will become operational in 2024. (I do not own featured image) _________________________________ #eso  #telescope  #nightphotography  #longexposure  #milkyway  #stars  #starrysky  #research  #science  #scientists  #galaxy  #travel  #journey  #universe  #space  #explore  #exploration  #fivebillionstarhotel  #infinity  #pioneer  #frontier 
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Wishing everyone a relaxing holiday weekend. 🦃

#happythanksgiving #thanksgiving #holiday #relaxation #ftchfresh #family #friends #engineers #architects #scientists #constructors
Incredible! 😲😲😲😲#somuchtoexploreanddiscover ・・・
An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. 
The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. 
Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser 
#nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists
Incredible! 😲😲😲😲#somuchtoexploreanddiscover  ・・・ An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists 
Repost from @nasa @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. 
The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. 
Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser 
#nasa #space #interstellar #rocky #asteroid #solarsystem #milkyway #discovery #firstever #first #picoftheday #scientists
Repost from @nasa @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost  An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists 
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Follow us on ResearchGate to learn about our fascinating collaboration with researchers from all around the world! https://lnkd.in/gFHG23y #MDCVacuum  #ResearchGate  #research  #collaboration  #science  #technology  #vacuum  #vacuumscience  #physics  #materialsscience  #MassSpec  #spectroscopy  #synchrotron  #beamline  #labs  #scientists  #physicists  #researchers  #vacuumtech  #highvacuum  #UltraHighVacuum  #VacuumSystems  #ThinFilmDeposition  #ThinFilm  #VacuumCoating  #UHV  #SurfaceScience  #Sputtering  #Nanotechnology  #XPS 
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Whoa! @Sci_in_School came to @StonecrestES today and the French Immersion Grade 7s dissected #owlpellets! What a crazy cool learning opportunity. They found all sorts of bones, skills, feathers, teeth (check out pic #2 for a teensy tiny little #tooth) and feet. Lots of buzzing and excitement. So cool to see my math and language students keen about #science, too!
#scienceed #science #owls #middleschool #scientists #scientistsinschools
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Apple research gives a peek at its self-driving car plans #FACTS NOV. 22, 2017. Apple, which has been famously tight-lipped on its self-driving #vehicle research, has posted what looks like its first public #research on the subject, notes #Reuters The paper is listed on the public site #Arxiv often used by #researchers to get preliminary feedback before publishing in a final form. The report describes a new way to use #LiDAR called #VoxelNet That would make it easier for #autonomous #cars to not just spot the location of objects, but determine critical information like whether they're #pedestrians or #cyclists

While the scientific part of the paper is interesting, the most surprising part about it is that it exists at all. Until recently, Apple has kept most of its research in-house, but its approach can make it hard to attract the best #scientists and engineers who want their work published and peer-reviewed. In July, Apple finally took a step in that directly by publishing the Apple Machine Learning Journal. The paper in Arxiv, however, is its first external publication on self-driving cars.

LiDAR is great at figuring out the exact position of objects in 3D space, but they have a notoriously low resolution. In order to figure out exactly what the object is, vehicles must therefore also rely on other #sensors and #cameras. That adds costs and processing bottlenecks.

Apple's team has achieved "highly encouraging results" in using AI to examine the sparse LiDAR data alone and pick out distant pedestrians and cyclists. The researchers say they've achieved better results so far than other methods, something that could one day make self-driving cars both cheaper and safer. The research is still in the early phases, though, and hasn't yet been road-tested.

Apple chief #TimCook has called self-driving cars "the mother of all AI projects," and the research indeed shows how #autonomousdriving benefits from machine learning. The paper is also a sign that both AI and self-driving are challenging to a point that #Apple can no longer go it alone on research. #VEHICLENINFO #NINFONETWORK #FOODNINFO #APPLECAR #SELFDRIVING #SELFDRIVINGCAR #BMW #X5 #HUFFPOST #TESLA #SPACEX
Apple research gives a peek at its self-driving car plans #FACTS  NOV. 22, 2017. Apple, which has been famously tight-lipped on its self-driving #vehicle  research, has posted what looks like its first public #research  on the subject, notes #Reuters  The paper is listed on the public site #Arxiv  often used by #researchers  to get preliminary feedback before publishing in a final form. The report describes a new way to use #LiDAR  called #VoxelNet  That would make it easier for #autonomous  #cars  to not just spot the location of objects, but determine critical information like whether they're #pedestrians  or #cyclists  While the scientific part of the paper is interesting, the most surprising part about it is that it exists at all. Until recently, Apple has kept most of its research in-house, but its approach can make it hard to attract the best #scientists  and engineers who want their work published and peer-reviewed. In July, Apple finally took a step in that directly by publishing the Apple Machine Learning Journal. The paper in Arxiv, however, is its first external publication on self-driving cars. LiDAR is great at figuring out the exact position of objects in 3D space, but they have a notoriously low resolution. In order to figure out exactly what the object is, vehicles must therefore also rely on other #sensors  and #cameras . That adds costs and processing bottlenecks. Apple's team has achieved "highly encouraging results" in using AI to examine the sparse LiDAR data alone and pick out distant pedestrians and cyclists. The researchers say they've achieved better results so far than other methods, something that could one day make self-driving cars both cheaper and safer. The research is still in the early phases, though, and hasn't yet been road-tested. Apple chief #TimCook  has called self-driving cars "the mother of all AI projects," and the research indeed shows how #autonomousdriving  benefits from machine learning. The paper is also a sign that both AI and self-driving are challenging to a point that #Apple  can no longer go it alone on research. #VEHICLENINFO  #NINFONETWORK  #FOODNINFO  #APPLECAR  #SELFDRIVING  #SELFDRIVINGCAR  #BMW  #X5  #HUFFPOST  #TESLA  #SPACEX 
Apple research gives a peek at its self-driving car plans #FACTS NOV. 22, 2017. Apple, which has been famously tight-lipped on its self-driving #vehicle research, has posted what looks like its first public #research on the subject, notes #Reuters The paper is listed on the public site #Arxiv often used by #researchers to get preliminary feedback before publishing in a final form. The report describes a new way to use #LiDAR called #VoxelNet That would make it easier for #autonomous #cars to not just spot the location of objects, but determine critical information like whether they're #pedestrians or #cyclists

While the scientific part of the paper is interesting, the most surprising part about it is that it exists at all. Until recently, Apple has kept most of its research in-house, but its approach can make it hard to attract the best #scientists and engineers who want their work published and peer-reviewed. In July, Apple finally took a step in that directly by publishing the Apple Machine Learning Journal. The paper in Arxiv, however, is its first external publication on self-driving cars.

LiDAR is great at figuring out the exact position of objects in 3D space, but they have a notoriously low resolution. In order to figure out exactly what the object is, vehicles must therefore also rely on other #sensors and #cameras. That adds costs and processing bottlenecks.

Apple's team has achieved "highly encouraging results" in using AI to examine the sparse LiDAR data alone and pick out distant pedestrians and cyclists. The researchers say they've achieved better results so far than other methods, something that could one day make self-driving cars both cheaper and safer. The research is still in the early phases, though, and hasn't yet been road-tested.

Apple chief #TimCook has called self-driving cars "the mother of all AI projects," and the research indeed shows how #autonomousdriving benefits from machine learning. The paper is also a sign that both AI and self-driving are challenging to a point that #Apple can no longer go it alone on research. #VEHICLENINFO #NINFONETWORK #FOODNINFO #APPLECAR #SELFDRIVING #SELFDRIVINGCAR #BMW #X5 #HUFFPOST #TESLA #SPACEX
Apple research gives a peek at its self-driving car plans #FACTS  NOV. 22, 2017. Apple, which has been famously tight-lipped on its self-driving #vehicle  research, has posted what looks like its first public #research  on the subject, notes #Reuters  The paper is listed on the public site #Arxiv  often used by #researchers  to get preliminary feedback before publishing in a final form. The report describes a new way to use #LiDAR  called #VoxelNet  That would make it easier for #autonomous  #cars  to not just spot the location of objects, but determine critical information like whether they're #pedestrians  or #cyclists  While the scientific part of the paper is interesting, the most surprising part about it is that it exists at all. Until recently, Apple has kept most of its research in-house, but its approach can make it hard to attract the best #scientists  and engineers who want their work published and peer-reviewed. In July, Apple finally took a step in that directly by publishing the Apple Machine Learning Journal. The paper in Arxiv, however, is its first external publication on self-driving cars. LiDAR is great at figuring out the exact position of objects in 3D space, but they have a notoriously low resolution. In order to figure out exactly what the object is, vehicles must therefore also rely on other #sensors  and #cameras . That adds costs and processing bottlenecks. Apple's team has achieved "highly encouraging results" in using AI to examine the sparse LiDAR data alone and pick out distant pedestrians and cyclists. The researchers say they've achieved better results so far than other methods, something that could one day make self-driving cars both cheaper and safer. The research is still in the early phases, though, and hasn't yet been road-tested. Apple chief #TimCook  has called self-driving cars "the mother of all AI projects," and the research indeed shows how #autonomousdriving  benefits from machine learning. The paper is also a sign that both AI and self-driving are challenging to a point that #Apple  can no longer go it alone on research. #VEHICLENINFO  #NINFONETWORK  #FOODNINFO  #APPLECAR  #SELFDRIVING  #SELFDRIVINGCAR  #BMW  #X5  #HUFFPOST  #TESLA  #SPACEX 
وكالة ناسا: من المرجح أن يكون العام ٢٠١٧ ثاني أكثر الأعوام دفئًا منذ العام ١٨٨٠
NASA: 2017 is likely to be Earth's second warmest year dating to 1880
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وكالة ناسا: من المرجح أن يكون العام ٢٠١٧ ثاني أكثر الأعوام دفئًا منذ العام ١٨٨٠ NASA: 2017 is likely to be Earth's second warmest year dating to 1880 #earth  #nature  #science  #scientists  #climate  #atmosphere  #savetheearth  #weather  #temperature  #instacool  #climatechange  #globalwarming  #climatemarch  #climatecrisis  #studies  #records  #climatescience  #environment  #research  #weatherforecast  #climatology  #extremeweather  #explore  #drought  #didyouknow  #ecosystem  #savetheplanet  #instaweather  #planetearth  #greenearth 
Thanks Grace for bringing diversity to your scientists. #Repost @peggedbygrace
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You guys- meet the Atomic Friends! They love science and figuring out how our world works. I'm excited about the new original sets I've got planned- including this one which is totally inspired by finding out that old Bill Nye the Science Guy episodes are on Netflix. I think STEAM based toys are important for boys and girls and I'm always down to paint a cute robot. 😊 #pegpeople #pegdolls #STEM #STEAM #scienceiscool #scientists #robotics #kawaii #monkey #stemtoys #imagination
Thanks Grace for bringing diversity to your scientists. #Repost  @peggedbygrace ・・・ You guys- meet the Atomic Friends! They love science and figuring out how our world works. I'm excited about the new original sets I've got planned- including this one which is totally inspired by finding out that old Bill Nye the Science Guy episodes are on Netflix. I think STEAM based toys are important for boys and girls and I'm always down to paint a cute robot. 😊 #pegpeople  #pegdolls  #STEM  #STEAM  #scienceiscool  #scientists  #robotics  #kawaii  #monkey  #stemtoys  #imagination 
#FAQs Why is there a shortage of #barite? The oil/gas drilling market has grown substantially worldwide due to the demand for energy. There has been limited exploration for new barite deposits and new mines are required to increase supply. Read more (link in bio)
#FAQs  Why is there a shortage of #barite ? The oil/gas drilling market has grown substantially worldwide due to the demand for energy. There has been limited exploration for new barite deposits and new mines are required to increase supply. Read more (link in bio)
Congratulations to Dr. Dasso (right) and Maia Ouspenskaia (left) form @NIH & @NICHD_NIH! Dr. Dasso received the Blue Flame Award for the very popular pEYFP SUMO-1 construct! #HappyDepositor #DepositorWeek
Congratulations to Dr. Dasso (right) and Maia Ouspenskaia (left) form @NIH & @NICHD_NIH! Dr. Dasso received the Blue Flame Award for the very popular pEYFP SUMO-1 construct! #HappyDepositor  #DepositorWeek 
#taste Hot water #difused the sugar and the cold water was rather sour! She did not like it!!! Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
#labreport Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
#observations #scent Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
#Observations Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
#Measurements Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
Check out my little #scientists conducting and #experiment using #solvents #solutes and creating #solutions. Will sugar dissolve in tea? #MBBB
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. 
The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. 
Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. 
Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser 
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#Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ An interstellar visitor…scientists have confirmed that an intriguing asteroid that zipped through our solar system in October is the first confirmed object from another star! New data reveal the interstellar interloper to be a rocky, cigar-shaped object with a somewhat reddish hue. Observations suggest that this unusual object had been wandering through the Milky Way, unattached to any star system, for hundreds of millions of years before its chance encounter with our star system. The asteroid is up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated—perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. While its elongated shape is quite surprising, and unlike asteroids seen in our solar system, it may provide new clues into how other solar systems formed. Two of our space telescopes (@NASAHubble and Spitzer) are tracking the object the week of Nov. 20. As of Monday, the asteroid is travelling about 85,700 miles per hour (38.3 kilometers per second) relative to the Sun. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists 
Internacionales: Un visitante interestelar ... ¡los científicos han confirmado que un intrigante asteroide que pasó por nuestro sistema solar en octubre es el primer objeto confirmado de otra estrella! Nuevos datos revelan que el intruso interestelar es un objeto rocoso en forma de cigarro con un matiz algo rojizo. Las observaciones sugieren que este objeto inusual había estado vagando por la Vía Láctea, sin estar conectado a ningún sistema estelar, durante cientos de millones de años antes de su encuentro fortuito con nuestro sistema estelar.
El asteroide mide hasta un cuarto de milla (400 metros) de largo y es muy alargado, quizás 10 veces más largo que ancho. Si bien su forma alargada es bastante sorprendente, ya diferencia de los asteroides que se ven en nuestro sistema solar, puede proporcionar nuevas pistas sobre cómo se formaron otros sistemas solares.
Dos de nuestros telescopios espaciales (@NASahubble y Spitzer) están rastreando el objeto la semana del 20 de noviembre. Desde el lunes, el asteroide está viajando a unas 85,700 millas por hora (38,3 kilómetros por segundo) en relación con el Sol.
Crédito: European Southern Observatory / M. Kornmesser

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Internacionales: Un visitante interestelar ... ¡los científicos han confirmado que un intrigante asteroide que pasó por nuestro sistema solar en octubre es el primer objeto confirmado de otra estrella! Nuevos datos revelan que el intruso interestelar es un objeto rocoso en forma de cigarro con un matiz algo rojizo. Las observaciones sugieren que este objeto inusual había estado vagando por la Vía Láctea, sin estar conectado a ningún sistema estelar, durante cientos de millones de años antes de su encuentro fortuito con nuestro sistema estelar. El asteroide mide hasta un cuarto de milla (400 metros) de largo y es muy alargado, quizás 10 veces más largo que ancho. Si bien su forma alargada es bastante sorprendente, ya diferencia de los asteroides que se ven en nuestro sistema solar, puede proporcionar nuevas pistas sobre cómo se formaron otros sistemas solares. Dos de nuestros telescopios espaciales (@NASahubble y Spitzer) están rastreando el objeto la semana del 20 de noviembre. Desde el lunes, el asteroide está viajando a unas 85,700 millas por hora (38,3 kilómetros por segundo) en relación con el Sol. Crédito: European Southern Observatory / M. Kornmesser Para más información visite nuestra 🌐 Página Web: https://gmadigitalnews.wordpress.com/ ingresando en el link que se encuentra en el inicio @goodmorningamericadn #internacionales  #nasa  #space  #interstellar  #rocky  #asteroid  #solarsystem  #milkyway  #discovery  #firstever  #first  #picoftheday  #scientists 
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