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Analytics and Data Science News for the Week of September 30; Updates from DataRobot, SAS Software, Vyasa, and More

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy analytics and data science news items for the week of September 30, 2022. Keeping tabs on all the most relevant analytics and data science news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of …

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Giving a lagoon personhood, measuring methane flaring, and a book about eating high on the hog | Science

Jeff Peischl/CIRES/NOAA Play Pause Go ten seconds backward Go ten seconds forward First up on the podcast this week, Staff Writer Erik Stokstad talks with host Sarah Crespi about why Spain has given personhood status to a polluted lagoon. Also on the show this week is Genevieve Plant, an assistant research scientist at the University …

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Scientists May Have Discovered Remnants of the Universe’s First Stars

What’s happening Astronomers may’ve found chemical proof of the universe’s first stars, also known as Population III stars, lurking in a distant quasar. Why it matters Population III stars have never been seen by humanity, but they could be key for understanding the timeline of human existence. Some 13.8 billion years ago, thanks to a …

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AtScale Announces Data Science and Enterprise AI Capabilities Within Semantic Layer Platform

BOSTON, Sept. 29, 2022 — AtScale, the leading provider of semantic layer solutions for modern business intelligence and data science teams, today announced at the Semantic Layer Summit an expanded set of product capabilities for organizations working to accelerate the deployment and adoption of enterprise artificial intelligence (AI). These new capabilities leverage AtScale’s unique position …

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Cantwell Says CHIPS and Science Act Key to Advancing U.S. Computing Technologies…

Cantwell:  “Leading the world in computation grows the economy, creates new jobs and keeps America safe. Computing helped put Americans on the Moon, develop faster and stealthier planes, better weather forecasting…. That is why the CHIPS and Science Act was so focused on building America’s computing capabilities.”  “Funding for CHIPS and Science must not stop with …

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Scientists find link between fast-melting Arctic ice and ocean acidification

Researchers, including the University of Delaware’s Zhangxian Ouyang, traveled aboard the icebreaker R/V Xue Long into an active melting zone in the Arctic Ocean to get samples for analysis. Credit: Zhangxian Ouyang, Wei-Jun Cai and Liza Wright-Fairbanks/ University of Delaware An international team of researchers have sounded new alarm bells about the changing chemistry of …

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Argonne’s Summer Camp Advances Computer Science Education

Sept. 29, 2022 — At the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, a summer camp is more than just a stand-alone science experience: It’s part of a larger, multicamp pathway into coding, stretching from middle school to high school and beyond. Students at Argonne’s Big Data Camp learn about Aurora, the lab’s future …

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The potential of the CHIPS and Science Act for rural America

The CHIPS and Science Act (CHIPS) passed with bipartisan support from Congress and was signed into law by President Biden on August 9, 2022. It made headlines as a major investment by the U.S. government to revitalize America’s leadership in scientific research and technology and counter China’s ascendency in these sectors. Hidden among the $52 …

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What a new president in Brazil could mean for science

Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is the frontrunner to become the country’s next leader.Credit: Fabio Vieira/FotoRua/NurPhoto via Getty In June, the Brazilian Academy of Sciences issued a report to the various candidates competing to be Brazil’s next president, calling for investments in science, education and sustainable development. Only one responded. Representatives from …

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Viorel Popescu to discuss future for Ohio bobcats at Oct. 5 Science Café

Viorel Popescu, Ph.D. Ohio University’s Science Café features Viorel Popescu, Ph.D., discussing “The Secret Lives of the #RealBobcatsofOhio” at 5 p.m. on Oct. 5 at the Baker Center Theater and via YouTube. To celebrate the second café of the season, audience members, online or in person, who ask a question will receive a Science Café …

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Bidding opens today for the 2022 Ontario Science Centre eAuction

Funds raised will help inspire young minds and spark innovation TORONTO, Sept. 29, 2022 /CNW/ – Browse, bid and spark a love of science! Bidding opens today for the 2022 Ontario Science Centre eAuction, proudly sponsored by RBC, in support of innovative, inspiring and accessible science learning experiences. The 2022 Ontario Science Centre eAuction offers …

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RISE® Research, Innovation & Science For Engineered Fabrics Delivers Material Science Innovations To Advance Sustainability

CARY, NC — September 29, 2022 — Product development and innovators in nonwovens & engineered materials gained valuable expert insights on material science innovation and sustainability at the 12th edition of RISE® — Research, Innovation & Science for Engineered Fabrics conference. INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and The Nonwovens Institute, North Carolina …

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The Science Behind Beer Flavors

You’ve likely encountered beers that incorporate everything from fruit purées to Italian rainbow cookies. But this trend is far from the only method of creating desirable flavors and aromas. In fact, conjuring a flavor with its natural source is a tactic that plenty of producers forgo entirely. For centuries brewers have achieved complex flavors in …

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Where is the UK science minister? Government’s plans worry researchers

UK Prime Minister Liz Truss has disbanded a strategic parliamentary science committee.Credit: Dylan Martinez/Getty The UK science community is urging the nation’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss to appoint a science minister — a post that has been vacant for nearly three months — and to recommit to the previous administration’s agenda to make the …

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New superconducting qubit testbed benefits quantum information science development

A superconducting qubit sits in a dilution refrigerator in a Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) physics lab. This experimental device is the first step in establishing a qubit testbed at PNNL. Credit: Andrea Starr | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory If you’ve ever tried to carry on a conversation in a noisy room, you’ll be able …

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Making the Grade: MSU scientists apply high-resolution imaging technology to detect poultry quality defects

Contact: Grace Jones Anuraj Sukumaran (left), assistant professor in the Mississippi State Department of Poultry Science, and Yuzhen Lu, assistant professor in the MSU Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, study imaging technology that detects subsurface defects in poultry. (Photo by David Ammon) STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State scientists are applying powerful imaging technology that detects subsurface …

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UW’s Biodiversity Institute to Host Virtual Rocky Mountain Community Science Conference Dec. 1-2 | News

September 29, 2022 The University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute, in partnership with Audubon Rockies, will host the 2022 Rocky Mountain Community Science Conference in a virtual format Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1-2. Registration for the conference opens Monday, Oct. 3. To register, go here. The cost is $15. “Last time, the conference focused on the …

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