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5 October 2011

The TEAM Network aims to serve as nature's early warning system for tropical regions. Sites scattered across the globe gather data for researchers to access and analyze through a distributed computing architecture. Recent results of the first global camera trap study of mammals confirmed suspicions that  habitat loss is having a direct effect on the survival and diversity of mammals.


As a new application running on desktop grids is starting the war on plagiarism in Hungary, by checking for translations of Wikipedia pages.


Computing models combine with experiments to work towards a better battery.


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