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April 2018

big data, data visualisation, scott houston, ARANZ Geo, CTO to CEO, geology, Seeuent, Richard Ertel

big data, data visualisation, scott houston, ARANZ Geo, CTO to CEO, geology, Seeuent, Richard Ertel

Seequent (formerly ARANZ Geo) is a world leader in the development of data visualisation software.Recently, it  completed the deployment of an Identity Access Management platform to support the growth in new products and services the company has developed, say Richard Ertel, CIO and Scott Houston, CTO.The main objectives for this…

NASA Juno finds Jupiter’s jet-streams are unearthly — ScienceDaily

NASA Juno finds Jupiter’s jet-streams are unearthly — ScienceDaily

Data collected by NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter indicate that the atmospheric winds of the gas-giant planet run deep into its atmosphere and last longer than similar atmospheric processes found here on Earth. The findings will improve understanding of Jupiter's interior structure, core mass and, eventually, its origin.Other Juno science…

Prof Peter Doyle – Disputed Earth: Geology and the Western Front

Prof Peter Doyle – Disputed Earth: Geology and the Western Front

On Wednesday 4th October we’re pleased to welcome Professor Peter Doyle of London South Bank University, who is a geologist and military historian. Peter will be exploring the significance of terrain, geology and geologists in the Great War (1914–1918), drawing on examples from his new book Disputed Earth (you can buy a signed copy on the…

Artifacts Show the Sometimes-Violent Nature of American Democracy

Artifacts Show the Sometimes-Violent Nature of American Democracy

In the weeks before adding his name to the Declaration of Independence, founding father John Adams a perplexing question to a colleague. “It is certain in theory, that the only moral foundation of government is the consent of the people. But to what extent shall we carry this principle?” To…

The Town That Polar Bears Built

The Town That Polar Bears Built

Churchill, Manitoba, a sparsely populated town at the mercy of the Northern winds off Canada's Hudson Bay, might be just another dot on the map if not for its seasonal inhabitants of the four-legged variety.But like clockwork every fall, hundreds of polar bears trundle through town on their way to…

Loss of net neutrality could harm research

Loss of net neutrality could harm research

Europe and Canada have fought hard to safeguard net neutrality.Credit: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg/GettyTwo decades ago, Nature ran a news story warning scientists about what could happen to their computers when the new millennium rolled around (Nature387, 109–110; 1997). Of course, the doomsayers and their concerns about aircraft dropping from the sky…

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