Posts Categorized: Science

Psychic (And Improviser) Terry Withers Launches New Web Series,

Posted filed under Science.

Psychic, improviser, and touring artist Terry Withers, wants you to know about psychic stuff.  At least that’s what his new web series purports. Terry explains, “Too many people don’t understand what it means to be psychic.  They think it means telekinetically lifting large objects.  Or creating firestorms out of thin air when you get upset.  And… Read more »

Problem Solving Student & Computer Scientist Neil Sahai Contributes to Fight Against Cancer With A.I. & Machine Learning Research Project

Posted filed under Science.

Predictive healthcare models and Artificial Intelligence holds huge promise for helping make huge positive changes in the way people live their lives and address serious health concerns. Neil Sahai, a passionate, dynamic, and strategic technology-driven student pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, has dedicated himself to this… Read more »

International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros Recognizes Former President “Wild Horse Annie” During Women’s History Month

Posted filed under Science.

The International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros (ISPMB) recently celebrated the birthday of its first president, “Wild Horse Annie” (also known as Velma Johnston), on March 5—the perfect way to ring in Women’s History Month, according to the society. According to the ISPMB, Johnston—who was born on March 5, 1912—was a powerful… Read more »

Byers Scientific, Iowa State University & Odor Experts Identify Volatile Chemical Compound Responsible for Cannabis Odor Complaints

Posted filed under Science.

A research team comprised of Byers Scientific, Iowa State University and Texas-based odor experts report isolation and identification of the volatile chemical which appears to be primarily responsible for the downwind skunky-like environmental odor complaints which have been commonly reported for commercial cannabis and industrial hemp growing operations. By employing a triangulation approach of analytical… Read more »

GeoOptics Announces Inaugural Award of NOAA Operational Data Order

Posted filed under Science.

GeoOptics is pleased to announce it has received the inaugural order to provide commercial radio occultation data for NOAA’s operational numerical weather prediction (NWP) models. GeoOptics will begin near-real-time data deliveries in March, with 1300 occultations per day meeting NOAA’s stringent data quality, latency and reliability requirements. “With strong support from Congress, NOAA has developed… Read more »