(FOR RELEASE: December 13, 2011) ITHACA, N.Y. – Steve Tuecke, Deputy Director at The University of Chicago’s Computation Institute (CI) will present “Globus Online: Reliable, high-performance file transfer as a service” at a lunchtime seminar hosted by the Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing on Thursday, January 12 in room 655 of Frank Rhodes Hall, [...]
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December 12th, 2011 — Research tools
Do you use eCat to manage lab samples? This tool is now available in app form for the iPad. Save time by entering all your sample data in one place, no matter where you are. Visit this link for more information on eCat.
December 5th, 2011 — Research tools
Just in time for finals and study period: StudyDroid is an Android app that allows you to create flash cards so you can ace those exams later this week. Check out their facebook page for more details, and “like” them to receive version updates. You can download the app Market on droid devices just by searching StudyDroid. Another [...]
PCalc is a calculator app for apple devices made especially for scientists, engineers, students and programmers. This app allows you to perform complex problems, in addition to simple calculations. More information and download instructions can be found here.
While a poster of the peridic table of elements might make a great reference – and office decor, you can’t take it with you on the go. The Elements app is not just a periodic table, but an interactive experience that gives examples (text and visual) of the element’s properties and uses. Download for iPad here.