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6 July 2011

A team from the University of Würzburg in Germany is building a ‘metadictionary’ containing the core units of all the words used over the last 500 years in the German language, including those specific to regional dialects. Visualizing a network of the language, the researchers have seen how basic units of meaning combine and change with time.

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By comparing theory with data from STAR, scientists map phase changes in the quark-gluon plasma.

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The Asia-Pacific region is geographically vast, culturally diverse and making leaps and bounds in the area of e-Infrastructures. Here's a brief introduction to the area's projects.

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