Prof Sun’s team has discovered that chiral allenes can be produced through organic catalysis using racemic propargylic alcohols, which is cheap and available.
official launch of the programme comes after Larry Page-backed Kitty Hawk
Corporation credited Innovative Partnerships as part of the reason it is
testing its electric, autonomous air taxi technology in New Zealand.
CAREN simulates a field environment, where researchers can
use unplanned, physical perturbations to mimic real-life tripping and slipping
scenarios. They can then analyse the motion of joints, muscle activation and
brain activity during movement, including the effects of mental and physical
Stationary grid-scale batteries have to meet several requirements. They need to have a long service lifetime and they have to be safe. The solution has to work all over the world, over a range of ambient temperatures. It has to be suitable for widely varying use patterns. Finally, the cost of having a battery in conjunction with solar power has to be lower than conventional sources.
information gathering exercise last year found significant scope for improvement
in dealing with complaints. The new rules aim to stop the handballing of
complaints between telcos and the nbn, giving the Telecommunications Industry
Ombudsman better tools to help resolve complaints.
“There are a total of 16 BASE partners who will join us for the initiative and it is, to date, our biggest BASE launch across the Asia Pacific region.”
Hadoop’s 10th Anniversary – Apache Hadoop Founder, Doug Cutting, on the future of Hadoop and its growing ecosystem
“I think this competition is very healthy – this means that the ecosystem can continue to progress in its technical, political and economic architecture.”
“We’re seeing now big data change industries and even society but Hadoop is just a technology. In order to make this kind of changes, it takes much more than just technology. It takes lots of people working together, learning the skills and understanding how these technologies can be used effectively.”
‘Data is the new currency’, Singapore Government to invest S$120 million in ICT and Cloudera rolls out Big Analytics Skills Enablement initiative
This past Monday, Singapore Government Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) announced they will invest S$120 million in building ICT manpower requirements. This is to meet the expected 30,000 new jobs to be filed in the ICT sector by the year 2020. In line with these efforts, Cloudera introduced its BASE (Big Analytics Skills Enablement) initiative yesterday, in collaboration with public and private sector partners, which will work towards grooming the future workforce of data professionals.