Thank you for your support in Round 3 of the #SciFund Challenge!

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Our supporters include individuals like Tom McDonnell, Elisabeth Whyte and Kellin Ulibarri! Thank you for your support in Round #3 of the #SciFund Challenge! There is still time! We still have 5 days left with $425 to go in “Telepathic Cyborg Robots” and $370 to go in “Digitize the World”! Thanks to all of you who are helping to make this research possible! Continue reading

STEMulateOrg’s WCG – 14 Years Since January!

STEMulate Learning Lab's 14 years of CPU contributed to global projects

STEMulate Learning’s “World Community Grid” participation will soon reach its 14th year of CPU power donated to humanitarian projects addressing global issues such as diseases, power and water resources. The high-performance computing node was crowd-funded in Round 1 of the #SciFund Challenge and went online in January of this year! Continue reading

STEMulateOrg’s WCG – 5 Years By July 3, 2012!

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STEMulate Learning (@STEMulateOrg) donated 1 year of CPU power to the World Community Grid my May, 2 years by mid June, and 5 years by the start of July! Join the STEMulate Learning team and add your idle processing time to this team effort! Continue reading

STEMulateOrg’s WCG Update – June 2012

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STEMulate Learning (STEMulateOrg) donated more than 1 year of CPU power to the World Community Grid during its first four months of crowdfunded operation, but reached its second year of donated time in under a month because of additional people joining the STEMulate Learning team! Continue reading

2 Times the #SciFund

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Discussing my 2 projects for the #Scifund Challenge, Round 2, personalized robotics and solar seaweed! Continue reading

Pearl farming for #SciFund – no oysters necessary

SciFund topic Curation at PearlTrees

An interesting tool I am using to curate #SciFund related topics is PearlTrees, which allows the creation of links between related posts so that information consumers can dig into interesting topics in a very personalized manner. Continue reading