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Interdisciplinary Studies: Breaking Bad

Interdisciplinary Studies: Breaking Bad






                              Organic Chemists study the element Carbon and the extraordinarily wide variety of different compounds that it can form. All known life is built mostly out of carbon so understanding its behavior is fundamental to understanding […]

 
 

Gamma-valerolactone

Gamma-valerolactone






MIT scientists have devised a cheaper way of synthesizing a biofuel that could revolutionize the way that biomass is used as a renewable carbon source in the 21st century. Carbon fuels society; petroleum is widely used as a source of liquid fuels. However, as the industrialization of nations such as […]

 
 

Calling all DUJS Alumni!

Calling all DUJS Alumni!






The DUJS is compiling bios/pictures of alumni who previously served on the DUJS Editorial Board. Please send your information to dujs@dartmouth.edu.   Sincerely, The DUJS Editorial Board

 
 

The deadline for the 2013 ISEC has now passed

The deadline for the 2013 ISEC has now passed






All high school students and international equivalents are invited to submit an essay about the recent effects and future promises of science in our society. Write about particular discoveries, events, or persons from science in current events or present a more general account of the changes and developments. Each essay must be accompanied by a statement of acknowledged validity by a teacher in the field of the sciences, technology, engineering or mathematics.

 
 

Forecasting Precipitation in Hanover, NH Using Neural Networks

Forecasting Precipitation in Hanover, NH Using Neural Networks






Abstract Even professional precipitation forecasts have a remarkably low level of accuracy. Most of these forecasts are done using numerical modeling, but an alternative method is to train machine learning algorithms on historical weather and precipitation data, and use these results to make predictions based on the current weather data. […]

 
 
 
 
 

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