Classification and Key Features of Resistance Switching

submitted by: icamvid

Isao Inoue discusses the classification of resistive switching and the key features of the fourth basic circuit element. Presented 1/8/2010 at the Resistive Switching and Memristors Workshop hosted by ICAM at UC Davis.

David Konerding on "High Performance Computational Biology: A Distributed Computing Perspective"

submitted by: JGI

David Konerding from Google Inc. presents at the JGI/Argonne HPC Workshop on January 26, 2010.

"Reading & Writing Genomes" - George Church @ '09 DOE JGI User Meeting

submitted by: JGI
George Church (Harvard University) keynote talk for DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI) '09 Church elaborates on the future direction and development of genomic sequensing and reducing the cost of genomic research, while increasing the efficiency and possibilities, inclusive of developing multivirus resistance genomes. User Meeting on March 26, 2009, with introduction by Len Pennacchio (JGI).George Church (Harvard University) keynote talk for DOE JGI '09 User Meeting on March 26, 2009, with...

Qualifying Online Information Resources for Chemists

submitted by: AntonyWilliams
This meeting was about "Making the Web Work for Science and the Impact of e-Science and the Cyberinfrastructure." I provided an overview of how access to information has changed over the past 20 years for me. I talked about the challenges for publishers serving the chemistry community and how their business models are being challenged and how I empathize with the struggle to figure out how to deal with it. I talked about quality and how care must be taken when using information online. We...

Web 2.0 Panel

submitted by: dougramsey

A discussion with Brian Dear from, Seth Greenberg from and Turbotax, and Seth Sternberg from on Web 2.0, online enterpreneurship, user communities, advertising, technology and communication.

The Economics of Internet Search

submitted by: dougramsey

Talk by Hal R. Varian about "The Economics of Internet Search"

Two quick tips to stay on top of literature and other online information using Google

submitted by: simont

Behind in the literature? Losing track of valuable web pages and information you found online? This brief video shows how to use some of Google's free tools, Notebook and Reader, to help you manage these problems. You can use Google Notebook as an online scrapbook to instantly save pieces of text, web pages and even images to your own personal notebook. You can use Google Reader to help you get on top of the literature and then stay on top without any extra effort.