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Reconstructing Commuter Networks Using Machine Learning And Urban Indicators

Humans are bound to move inter-urban areas on a daily basis, and understanding human mobility is vital to explain the processes related to this human phenomenon [1]. Human mobility is an interdisciplinary topic with influence from multiple areas of knowledge […]

Surprising Internal Structure Of Whole Wheat-Green Gram Functional Bread

Bread is a typical staple food of the human diet whose consumption is rapidly growing. Whole wheat bread is gaining popularity since it contains a good amount of health-beneficial fiber and minerals. Moreover, the bread contains a low amount of […]

Tailoring Tomatoes To Match Individual Consumer Needs

The tomato fruit has a reservoir of healthy properties; it is low in calories and excellent for weight loss. It was popular in Aztec times around 700 A.D, but it became systematically cultivated for the first time in Central and […]

Eavesdropping On “Classroom Talk” In Undergraduate STEM Classrooms

Understanding what instructors say and how they respond to students “in the moment” is as important as the activities and the learning environment they create to engage students. Time to listen in? A decade or two ago, one would have […]

Game Designed To Innoculate People Against Fake News Help Increase Skepticism

A recent study done at the University of Cambridge showed that having people play a simple game which showed them the tricks used to disseminate fake news increased their resistance to, or skepticism about, fake news. Disinformation, or “fake news”, […]

What Are Expressed Powers: Definition And Examples

With respect to the United States legal and political system, the expressed powers (also called enumerated powers or delegated powers) are those powers and capacities explicitly granted to Congress in the Constitution. The expressed powers are listed in Article I, Section 8 of […]

New Study Finds Information Can Be Addictive, Just Like Snacks, Money, And Drugs

New research conducted by UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business implies that information can be just as addictive as snack food, money, or drugs. To put that another way, information activates the reward centers of the brain in a similar […]

Skidding Nanoparticles For Modular And Scalable Biocomputing

The cellular membrane is a biological circuit board where multiple nanostructures (e.g. proteins) process dynamic information of the extracellular environment through diverse recognition and clustering steps. Inspired by the cellular membrane, we developed a nanoparticle computing platform on a supported […]

A Simple And Accurate Optical Instrument For Characterizing Optical Properties Of A Material

Light is made of electromagnetic waves, which are composed of a time-varying electric field and time-varying magnetic field. The time-varying electric field can be described as the oscillation behavior of the light waves. The electric field of a coherent light […]

Smart Homes And Their Energy Saving Potential

There is no definite date for the origin of smart homes. The very first projects might date back to the 1930s, when pools were equipped with an automatic vacuum system. Also, there is no standard and unified definition for smart […]