Past Posts:






Finding Patterns in Media Framing of Policy Issues over Time

Finding Patterns in Media Framing of Policy Issues over Time

Amber Boydstun, Associate Professor of Political Science

When a policy issue like immigration or gun control is covered in the media, the tone of the coverage (e.g., pro-immigration vs. anti-immigration) can affect citizens’ perceptions of the issue, even if …

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Talk series: Problem Solving in Data Sciences

Talk title: EXPLORER: A Total-Body PET Scanner for Biomedical Research
Speaker: Martin Judenhofer (and others), Biomed. Eng.
Venue: 360 Shields Library
Time: 11:50 am - 1 pm

This is just the kind of seminar you've always hoped would be held. Each seminar presenter will sketch out a current problem that …

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Talk: Software tools and strategies or Scientific Software Development

Date: Friday, Oct. 7, 1pm - 2.30pm
Venue: 360 Shields Library (DSI classroom)
Speaker: Daniel Standage, Postdoc in the Lab for Data Intensive Biology

Pizza will be provided

Although scientists in many fields are relying increasingly on software for simulation, modeling, and data analysis, most scientists have little or no …

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