When we first started researching Klára Dán von Neumann, we thought she was “the computer scientist you should thank for your smartphone’s weather app.” It turns out that’s not true
By Katie Hafner, The Lost Women of Science Initiative
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With the Zephyrus Duo 16, Asus presents a laptop for gamers, streamers, and content creators whose most striking feature becomes apparent immediately: Placed above the keyboard is a second display with touchscreen functionality (Screenpad Plus), which serves as an additional input option. It b
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FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO Street Circuit Monaco 27-29 May 2022 Saturday, May 28th 2022 THE ROAD TO POLE • It was a fifth pole position from seven races for Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc, who used the P Zero Red soft tyre from start to fin
Disney has released a sneak peek of some of the “Star Wars” merchandise that will be available at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim this weekend, including Celebration-exclusive and first-to-market items.
Some new merchandise is arriving at Disneyland Resort to coincide with Star
The Pittsburgh Pirates lost starting catcher Roberto Perez for the remainder of the season this week.
Perez was added as the starter after the team traded Gold Glove winner Jacob Stallings. Even without a starter at the moment, I don’t think the Pirates would reconsider that deal.<
Celebrated performance artist of Cuba’s San Isidro Movement featured in Miami gallery
Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, Untitled, 2020,from the series “Puertas.” Charcoal on paper, 39 x 33 in. (Courtesy: Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara).
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Scott McLemee takes an early look at university press books coming this fall.
Looking over the university press titles coming in the fall, I find two distinctive clusters of books standing out as topical. In tune with recent news, they also bring up unfinished business from years past.
SWJ Book Review – Bullets Not Ballots: Success in Counterinsurgency Warfare
Jacqueline L. Hazelton, Bullets Not Ballots: Success in Counterinsurgency Warfare. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2021, [ISBN: 978-1501754784, Hardcover, E-Book: eISBN: 978-1-5017-5480-7, 220