Posts Tagged ‘presentation’
If you wanted to hear more about phylogeny, Java programming, or tree algorithms, you are about to be disappointed. The subject of my article today is those fat black lines.
I had no idea that the PBM/PGM/PPM formats were so simple. (Or that I had forgotten so much Perl.)
Now that I know, I feel strangely empowered.
Neil Turok is a mathematician/physicist at Cambridge University.
He has founded an institute in Africa from which students have graduated to go on to great places, including for instance a student who is now pursuing a PhD at Cambridge under Stephen Hawking. They now want to start (a few) similar institutions in other sciences, and hope to replicate these successes.
Other notable highlights from the talk:
“All known physics” equation: