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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Yank Tech - How It Works

Yank Tech - How It Works

Yank Tech - How It Works

Yank Tech - How It Works

Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments SciShow Published on Sep 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBED 4.5M SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Finding safe, effective cancer treatments is tough, but in the last couple of weeks, we've taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer has a cure.

Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments SciShow Published on Sep 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBED 4.5M SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Finding safe, effective cancer treatments is tough, but in the last couple of weeks, we've taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer has a cure.

Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments SciShow Published on Sep 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBED 4.5M SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Finding safe, effective cancer treatments is tough, but in the last couple of weeks, we've taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer has a cure.

Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments SciShow Published on Sep 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBED 4.5M SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Finding safe, effective cancer treatments is tough, but in the last couple of weeks, we've taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer has a cure.

Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments SciShow Published on Sep 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBED 4.5M SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Finding safe, effective cancer treatments is tough, but in the last couple of weeks, we've taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer has a cure.

Two New Groundbreaking Cancer Treatments SciShow Published on Sep 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBED 4.5M SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Finding safe, effective cancer treatments is tough, but in the last couple of weeks, we've taken two major steps toward a future where every type of cancer has a cure.

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Targeting cancer cell metabolism Cancer cells are hungry. To feed their rapid growth and division, their metabolism changes. Moreover, they use sugar (glucose) in a different way to normal cells. This animation, created by Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, explores the key aspects of the altered metabolism in cancer cells and explains how these can be exploited for the development of new anticancer strategies. Go to the Nature Reviews Drug Discovery homepage: http://www.nature.com/nrd/index.html Nature has full responsibility for all editorial content, including Nature Video content. This content is editorially independent of sponsors. SHOW MORE

Thursday, October 12, 2017

@growbydata oct 12, 2011 In Memory of Dennis Ritchie Remembering The Creator of Steve Jobs, Linus Torvalds and Bill Gates https://medium.com/@caspervonb/in-memory-of-dennis-ritchie-b3304f1b86ff

@growbydata oct 12, 2011 In Memory of Dennis Ritchie Remembering The Creator of Steve Jobs, Linus Torvalds and Bill Gates https://medium.com/@caspervonb/in-memory-of-dennis-ritchie-b3304f1b86ff

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

@wiley the story of Ada Lovelace is simultaneously tantalising and tragic. Despite having battled mental illness, an opiate addiction and the uterine cancer that would claim her life at the young age of 36, Ada’s efforts in the field of computing were groundbreaking. Her achievements as ‘the world’s first computer programmer’ have enabled the vast advancements in computing and technology across the globe, and therefore play a large part in daily life even now. Here we take a look at the evolution and discoveries of the so-called ‘Enchantress of Numbers’. news.wiley.com/R2W90-LP1?elq_mid=21739&elq_cid=2146468

@wiley the story of Ada Lovelace is simultaneously tantalising and tragic. Despite having battled mental illness, an opiate addiction and the uterine cancer that would claim her life at the young age of 36, Ada’s efforts in the field of computing were groundbreaking. Her achievements as ‘the world’s first computer programmer’ have enabled the vast advancements in computing and technology across the globe, and therefore play a large part in daily life even now. Here we take a look at the evolution and discoveries of the so-called ‘Enchantress of Numbers’. news.wiley.com/R2W90-LP1?elq_mid=21739&elq_cid=2146468

Monday, October 9, 2017

ArtificiALiNTELLIGENCE MachineLearning Automation Interview soon on #ICTFrame https://www.facebook.com/ictframe/videos/vb.166544660171448/851297711696136/?type=2&theater&comment_id=851554251670482¬if_t=comment_mention¬if_id=1507563714983468

ArtificiALiNTELLIGENCE MachineLearning Automation Interview soon on #ICTFrame https://www.facebook.com/ictframe/videos/vb.166544660171448/851297711696136/?type=2&theater&comment_id=851554251670482&notif_t=comment_mention&notif_id=1507563714983468

Announcing @IBMWatson Day at @CloudExpo | @IBMcloud #AI #ML #DL #DX #FinTech #Chatbot https://www.owler.com/reports/ibm/announcing--ibmwatson-day-at--cloudexpo----ibmclou/1507234200492?utm_campaign=ep&utm_source=snapshot&utm_medium=articlelink&source=snapshot_events_page

Announcing @IBMWatson Day at @CloudExpo | @IBMcloud #AI #ML #DL #DX #FinTech #Chatbot https://www.owler.com/reports/ibm/announcing--ibmwatson-day-at--cloudexpo----ibmclou/1507234200492?utm_campaign=ep&utm_source=snapshot&utm_medium=articlelink&source=snapshot_events_page

Friday, October 6, 2017

#WowOWw me programmer since 1996 deadlines is most frustrating programmers must not have project maNAGER deadlines deliveries i hate them that frustrates me

#WowOWw me programmer since 1996 deadlines is most frustrating programmers must not have project maNAGER deadlines deliveries i hate them that frustrates me

#WowOWw me programmer since 1996 deadlines is most frustrating programmers must not have project maNAGER deadlines deliveries i hate them that frustrates me

#WowOWw me programmer since 1996 deadlines is most frustrating programmers must not have project maNAGER deadlines deliveries i hate them that frustrates me

#WowOWw me programmer since 1996 deadlines is most frustrating programmers must not have project maNAGER deadlines deliveries i hate them that frustrates me

Thursday, October 5, 2017

#HTML5 #CheatSheet https://medium.com/level-up-web/the-mega-html5-cheatsheet-e8c479b1c521

#HTML5 #CheatSheet https://medium.com/level-up-web/the-mega-html5-cheatsheet-e8c479b1c521

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Regional Climate Model Evaluation System #JPL #JetPropulsionLaboratory #CaliforniaInstituteOfTechnology https://rcmes.jpl.nasa.gov/content/running-rcmes-virtual-machine

Regional Climate Model Evaluation System #JPL #JetPropulsionLaboratory #CaliforniaInstituteOfTechnology https://rcmes.jpl.nasa.gov/content/running-rcmes-virtual-machine

Monday, October 2, 2017

On the 25th anniversary of the pink ribbon, we’re angry. Angry that too many women are diagnosed with and die from breast cancer. Angry that women of color and underserved communities are disproportionately burdened. Angry about the exploitation of the disease for profit. And angry that there’s so little to show for 25 years of pink ribbon awareness and billions spent on pink ribbon products. Join us in calling out the company that started it all, the original pinkwasher. Tell global cosmetics giant and pink ribbon pioneer, The Estée Lauder Companies, to stop the betrayal and be honest that: Empty awareness and publicity stunts are a distraction and cannot “create a breast cancer-free world.” No amount of positive thinking will prevent women from being diagnosed with or dying from breast cancer. The chemicals in their products may increase the risk of breast cancer and might even interfere with treatment. Tell them to clean up their products and stop pinkwashing! The pink ribbon has long since replaced the meaningful actions needed to address and end the breast cancer epidemic. Women at risk of and living with breast cancer deserve better than Estée Lauder’s distraction of illuminating 1000+ world landmarks pink “for awareness.” We deserve more than platitudes to “choose happy,” “laugh often,” and “smile,” which shame and blame us for our disease. And we deserve not to be exposed to chemicals that are suspected to increase the risk of breast cancer—and might even interfere with treatments—by the very company that claims to care about the disease. Estée Lauder’s pink ribbon is “Knot Our Pink Ribbon”—and we’re putting a knot in theirs. If Estée Lauder is really serious about their self-proclaimed mission “to create a breast cancer-free world,” they will put their marketing, mere awareness, and positive platitudes aside. They will stop pinkwashing and take meaningful action that makes a difference to all women, from all communities who are at risk of and living with breast cancer. This isn’t a time for celebration. It’s a time for anger. It’s a time for action. In solidarity, Karuna Jaggar Executive Director, Breast Cancer Action

Friday, September 22, 2017

DATA IS POWER. DIRECTION MAKES YOU UNSTOPPABLE AN EVENT FOR DATA-CENTRIC MINDS NOV, 10-12, 2017 | SAN DIEGO, CA https://www.datasciencego.com/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=All&utm_content=LinkedInGroup&utm_campaign=DSGO_Event

DATA IS POWER. DIRECTION MAKES YOU UNSTOPPABLE AN EVENT FOR DATA-CENTRIC MINDS NOV, 10-12, 2017 | SAN DIEGO, CA https://www.datasciencego.com/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=All&utm_content=LinkedInGroup&utm_campaign=DSGO_Event

Thursday, September 21, 2017

@growbydata u wont believe what I say Next in DataProcessing: Gimme Terabytes, PetaBytes Exabytes of any Data: #HealthCare or #ECommerce #IBetICanProcessBetterThanAnySuperComputerTillNow #AI #ML #Automation #Retails #Marketing #EcommerceIsFutureOfWorld

@growbydata u wont believe what I say Next in DataProcessing: Gimme Terabytes, PetaBytes Exabytes of any Data: #HealthCare or #ECommerce #IBetICanProcessBetterThanAnySuperComputerTillNow #AI #ML #Automation #Retails #Marketing #EcommerceIsFutureOfWorld