Inside the Tevatron; the Human-Computer Interface; DNA Computing.

Inside the Tevatron; the Human-Computer Interface; DNA Computing.

From: Science Talk
1 0 13 years ago
In this episode, Scientific American editor Mark Alpert talks about his trip inside the Tevatron, the world's most powerful particle accelerator, at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, and the future of the Tevatron, specifically for neutrino research. Scientific American senior writer Wayt Gibbs reports on the recent CHI2006 conference. CHI is for computer human interface, and the conference is the largest annual meeting of computer scientists who study and invent the ways that ... See More

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