Michael Barmada – University of Pittsburgh

DNA stores more data per ounce than any man-made storage media yet devised. That makes detangling it and decoding gene sequences for statistical analysis a mathematically intense undertaking. “From a numerical point of view, if you’ve got 1,000 individuals in your study and you’re typing 100,000 to a million markers, you’ve got at least 200 …

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Streamlining Neuroimaging

Dr. Nouchine Hadjikhani reads minds. As a radiologist at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a teaching hospital affiliated with the Harvard Medical School (HMS), she seeks through the use of MRI to unravel the mystery of migraines and to understand how people perceive and process body language.



Apple – Pro – Profiles – T-Pain Whether he’s throwing out a staccato stream of rhymes or sounding out some smooth vocals, T- Pain’s style is unmistakable. The title of his debut album “Rappa Ternt Sanga” sums it up. T-Pain strives to bring hip-hop and R&B together without compromise. And it works — Five Grammy …

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BT: Binary Universe

To BT, it’s all ones and zeros. “Music is just applied mathematics,” he says. “And so is visual art — it’s all related. You’re just dealing with color instead of the audible spectrum.” For this musician‐composer‐ sound artist, the universe is, simply put, binary. And his latest project is a pure expression of that philosophy, …

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