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14 December 2011

Brian Schmidt, awarded the 2011 Physics Nobel Prize, dicusses the role of e-science in astronomy and talks about his new project SkyMapper, which grew from the ashes of the Australian Mt. Stromlo telescope, used by Schmidt to discover that the Universe was accelerating.

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Scientists automate the search for hurricanes and other storms in massive datasets.

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Researchers use computing to study a molecule with implications for medical science and nanotechnology.

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