Monster movies are one of the pillars of pop culture. Who has never seen a movie like Jaws, Godzilla, King Kong, Tremors, or Pacific Rim? It’s easy to draw and imagine these creatures, especially when animals like dinosaurs make them seem plausible, but just how likely is it that these movie monstrosities could exist in real life, dealing with real life limits and laws?
A quick review of SICB 2018, my talk, and some highlights of the conference
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Last year, Dana Yoerger presented at the Wyss about the next ocean-exploring robot Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) planned to make. Dana introduced us to
This short blog is inspired by Mark Denny’s recent publication, “The fallacy of the average: on the ubiquity, utility and continuing novelty of Jensen’s inequality”
FEBRUARY 12, 2017 EDIT: I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again. I’m new to blogging. I don’t know all the rules