Science

What is Spatial Temporal?

Spatial temporal is a concept that relates to both space and time. It is a term used to describe the relationship between events that occur at different points in space and time. Spatial temporal data is becoming increasingly important in many fields, including climate science, transportation, and epidemiology. This article...

Entropy: Understanding the Natural Force that Shapes Our World

Entropy is a fundamental concept in physics and chemistry that plays a critical role in shaping the natural world. At its core, entropy is a measure of the disorder or randomness of a system. It tells us how much energy is unavailable to do useful work and how much energy...

The Mercury Delay Line Memory

The mercury delay line was a method for representing binary zeros and ones as pulses of acoustic energy that relied on sound waves flowing through a tube of mercury. At the very least, in principle, the pulses could travel through the delay line unbrokenly if they were to capture the...

Magnetic-core Memory

Magnetic-core memory, also known as core memory or ferrite core memory, was one of the first types of random access memory (RAM) used in computers. It was developed in the late 1940s and remained in use until the 1970s. Core memory was important because it allowed computers to store data...

Miniature Untethered EEG Recorder Improves
Advanced Neuroscience Methodologies

The NAT-1 (Neural Activity Tracker) is a highly miniaturised wireless electronic recording system created in an industry-academic collaboration by the Universities of York, Aberdeen, and Cybula Ltd., with specific applications in rodent-based neuroscience. In preclinical research, rodent electroencephalography (EEG) is often used in acting animals. The difficulty in distinguishing EEG...

Unveiling the Mystery of Tupper’s Formula: Exploring Art and Mathematics

Introduction Mathematics and art have long shared a symbiotic relationship, intertwining to create awe-inspiring and thought-provoking creations. One such fascinating intersection of these disciplines is Tupper’s formula, an intriguing mathematical expression that generates captivating visual patterns. In this article, we delve into the world of Tupper’s formula, exploring its origins,...

Computing Through Time

In the early 19th century, the world was abuzz with a new form of transportation that would change the way people moved around forever: the velocipede. Also known as the “bone shaker,” the velocipede was a precursor to the modern bicycle and was invented in France in the 1860s. The...

Pie Charts

A pie chart is a form of graph that uses a circular graph to display data. The graph’s parts are proportional to the percentage of the total in each group. In other words, the size of each slice of the pie is proportional to the size of the group as a whole. The full “pie” represents 100% of the whole whereas the pie “slices” represent sections of the whole.