Below is a collection of links to sites sharing reports, opinions, and recommendations on open access.
Author: Joceline Lega
Our weekly forecasts are available online. We are the UA team and our model is called EpiCovDA.
This page collects resources, articles and opinions on how to achieve diversity in STEM and why it is important.
Check out this movie showing a polymer sheet fold itself when heated with light.
Amazing Picture of Saturn’s Rings
Follow this link to Science Sifter for an amazing picture of Saturn’s rings as they surround one of its moons, Daphnis.
Modeling Through Challenge
A story about our participation in the DARPA Chikungunya Challenge.
On the Importance of Mathematical Models
Last month, our team won the DARPA Chikungunya Challenge. We were asked to predict the number of cases of Chikungunya observed in the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) countries from the beginning of September 2014 till the end of February 2015. Our predictions were then scored against the actual numbers reported on the PAHO website. Points were also awarded for methodology, presentation,…
The articles below are view points, opinions, and research pieces related to scientific publishing.
Electric Bacteria and their Applications
See this interesting BioTechniques article relating the discovery of electric bacteria and discussing potential applications.