Biodiversity Informatics Visualization – EcoLens

This platform allows biologists to browse through a large database of information about food webs, find webs of interest, and then visualize links using TreePlus (see below). It is essentially a front end to relational data tables that offers coupled interaction, searching, and simple bar chart visualization to replace complex queries. EcoLens is a customization…

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NASA World Wind

World Wind lets you zoom from satellite altitude into any place on Earth. Leveraging Landsat satellite imagery and Shuttle Radar Topography Mission data, World Wind lets you experience Earth terrain in visually rich 3D, just as if you were really there. Link to article…

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Ubiquitous Bio-information Computing – Web Service

The UBIC2 project aims to develop a framework and platform for the next generation of bio-computing – pervasive heterogeneous bio-information computing. Link to article…

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GeneNotes

GeneNotes assists biologists to collect and manage multimedia information related to cherry-picked of genes/ESTs. Link to article…

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Out and About with OneNote Mobile

I really like the features of OneNote Mobile that Chris Pratley describes in this post….. Out and About with OneNote Mobile

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Designing for Usability in e-Science Workshop

Designing for Usability in e-Science An International Workshop on Interrogating usability issues in new scientific practice, within the Lab and within Society A workshop to explore both the design needs for EScience, and the implications of designing for eScience The National EScience Center Edinburgh, Scotland January 26-27 (Thurs-Friday) 2006 Link to source…

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MSR Tech Reports of interest

Interesting Tech Reports from Microsoft Research MSR-TR-2005-129 – Service Oriented Database Architecture: App Server-Lite? David Campbell http://research.microsoft.com/research/pubs/view.aspx?tr_id=983 As the capabilities and service levels of enterprise database systems have evolved, they have collided with incumbent technologies such as TP-Monitors or Message Oriented Middleware (MOM). We believe this trend will continue and have architected the upcoming release…

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SciFlow 2006 – IEEE Workshop on Workflow and Data Flow for Scientific Applications

Just saw this call for papers for SciFlow 2006 – IEEE Workshop on Workflow and Data Flow for Scientific Applications in Atlanta – April 8, 2006 – looks really good… Workshop scope————–Today computational scientists across all disciplines create ever increasing amounts of often highly complex data. Generated raw and derived data may come from wet lab…

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SQL Server Data Mining Newsletter

Here’s a couple of interesting items from the SQL Server Data Mining newsletter Plug Into SQL Server Data Mining SQL Server 2005 Data Mining has an extensible framework that allows independent software developers to easily integrate new data mining algorithms and viewers into the product. The product team has provided in-depth technical articles, tutorials as…

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Giano simulator download available

Just heard that Sandro and team have released the Giano simuator – find it off of http://research.microsoft.com/research/downloads/ – Microsoft Giano. ============================================================== Giano is a dual-headed hardware simulator, it includes both CPU and HDL simulators.  The CPU simulations provided are ARM, MIPS and PowerPC, the HDL simulator is Verilog.  Giano faithfully simulates a complete Atmel EB63 evaluation…

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