NASA used a supercomputer to simulate how air flows around a drone
It's helping then better understand how drones fly.
How Uber Is Simulating The Cities Where It Plans To Launch Uber Air
Uber’s data scientists are hustling to create simulated air mobility systems for specific cities ahead of the promised 2023 launch of Uber Air.
How to simulate the future of a watershed
Post by Jenny Seifert Using a tool similar to a computer game, Melissa Motew is peering into the future. Motew is a modeler. She uses computers and mathematics to simulate ecosystems and make sense…
How to simulate multivariate outliers
In simulation studies, sometimes you need to simulate outliers.
This Font Simulates What It's Like To Have Dyslexia
In the world of advertising, most campaign posters are designed to be read easily by anyone from a distance and at close range. What marks graphic designer
Why Grassroots Movements Matter
Community-based nonprofits can have a bigger impact than large-scale operations.
How Movements of God Begin
Movements of God seem to rarely begin with extraordinary people. God almost always finds the weakest, most foolish, most broken, most overwhelmed by the task, most under-qualified people and then H…
Simulating their way to success
In this installment of What Works, Whirlpool's partnership with UMich students pays off in process improvement.
Top Movements for Strength and Conditioning
Lately, my greatest mission has been to improve the quality of strength and conditioning around our country. It seems my focus has been on high schools and middle schools, but really I aim to help …
UW astrophysicists simulate the sounds of stars to reveal their secrets
“A cello sounds like a cello because of its size and shape,” says Jacqueline Goldstein, a graduate student in the astronomy department. “The vibrations of stars also depend on their size and structure.”
10 youth movements that are changing the world
I think we’ve all heard, and probably been offended by, the phrase “youth is wasted on the young”, but does anyone know who said it, or indeed, why?
A Puzzling Projection Simulates What It’s Like to Live With Dementia
The Irish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale disorients its visitors---a reminder that people with disabilities see buildings differently.
How to simulate data from a generalized linear model
Here's a simulation tip: When you simulate a fixed-effect generalized linear regression model, don't add a random normal error to the linear predictor.
How to simulate rolling date in SAS VA
I’ve seen many requests on how to display a rolling date variable in VA. Here is one way to make that happen. In this case, I am going to make a rolling date period based on Year and Quarter. I want four of the most recent quarters. To do this, we will convert our datetime category into a numerical ...
Games that simulate what it's like to be deaf or hard of hearing
Unless you've actually experienced hearing loss yourself, it's hard to explain. There are some games that might simulate what it's like to be deaf.
Top health officials to simulate disease outbreak response
Top health officials from the 20 leading and emerging economies are planning to simulate their response to a possible global disease outbreak.
Indigenous Movements: How Peoples are Reached
Indigenous Movements: By 1975 Donald McGavran and Ralph Winter had guided 1,000 experienced missionaries in studying—globally, and in their own fields: “How are peoples reached?” Answer: indigenous movements. However, few outside their direct influence saw either: the biblical model and mandate for indigenous movements, or the historic significance of indigenous movements. Yet McGavran, Winter and their colleagues concluded: We cannot say we have evangelized a person…
10 Disappointing Religious Movements
Some religions, say Christianity and Islam, grew from small groups of dedicated followers and become worldwide religions. Sometimes, these small religious
How Social Movements Change Minds
Lessons – and a few cautionary tales – for marketers.
How Social Justice Movements Begin
SAN DIEGO – On Friday, Feb. 12, Marguerite Casey Foundation began its first-ever regional convening of California grantees with a performance by the Border Angels, a social justice and human rights organization that offers food, water and other humanitarian assistance to those attempting the harrowing trek across the U.S.-Mexico border. Performers read from “Letters from the Wall – Cartas del Muro,” which spotlight the struggles and…