Marcus Hanwell

See the following -

Data+ Awards: Harvard's Clean Energy Project Gets A Massive Speed Boost

Mary K. Pratt | Computerworld | August 26, 2013

Harvard University professor Alan Aspuru-Guzik and his team are supporting the search for organic compounds that could be used in the next generation of solar power cells. Read More »

Peering into Complex, Tiny Structures with 3D Analysis Tool Tomviz

New open source software tomviz—short for tomographic visualization—enables researchers to interactively understand large 3D datasets. More specifically, the software analyzes 3D tomographic data similar to a medical CT-scan but at the nanoscale. "When you can take a nanoparticle or biomolecule and spin it around, slice it, look inside it, and quantitatively analyze it, you get a complete picture from all angles," says Yi Jiang, a physics Ph.D. candidate at Cornell University. Watch this 3-minute video from the Michigan Engineering department....