Month: March 2018

If you really want to teach someone something, starting with a misconception and working backwards is one of the best techniques. A new video from Veritasium does just that. In the episode, host Derek Muller debunks one of the most common misconceptions about science – namely, that science is simply a steady, gradual way of
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Deep in western Russia, if you know where to look, you’ll find a small collection of ragged scrap metal and crumbled concrete. Which isn’t that exciting. But if you rifle through the rubble, you will find a large, metal disc bolted to the ground. This isn’t just any old disc – it’s the welded-shut cap of
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March 3, 2018 Our Team at Applied Informatics Rocks! by Shweta Mishra At Applied Informatics, we have a team of developers we are proud of! Our incredible dev team rocked last year and is all set to do the same this year! Last year they worked tirelessly towards various ResearchKit based projects, one of which
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