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OpenWorm Is An Open-Source Virtual Worm, Accurate In Every Way

Shaunacy Ferro | | May 2, 2013

Predictive models are essential in engineering fields, but less common in biology, though accurate simulations of living organisms could help us understand disease, drug efficacy and neuroscience. Read More »

Reach For The Open Skies: An Interview With Curtis Olson

Bill Toulas | Unixmen | October 17, 2012

FlightGear is one of the most amazing and most important open source projects in existence. With a huge community around it, and a group of talented aviation lovers to develop it, FlightGear is the greatest and most open way to travel our world! Curtis Olson who is one of the founders of the project, explains the technical uniqueness of FlightGear, the plans of the project and how his love for airplanes made him a big part of this huge effort. Read More »

To Model the Simplest Microbe in the World, You Need 128 Computers

Alexis Madrigal | NextGov | July 24, 2012

Mycoplasma genitalium has one of the smallest genomes of any free-living organism in the world, clocking in at a mere 525 genes. That's a fraction of the size of even another bacterium like E. coli, which has 4,288 genes. M. genitalium's diminutive genome made it the first target for Stanford and J. Craig Venter Institute researchers who wanted to simulate an organism in software. Read More »

Worlds First Open Source Virtual Reality Cockpit Flight Simulator 360 Degrees Rotation DIY Project on

Press Release | Simworx | December 3, 2012

Simworx may be the first simulator company to offer a DIY version of their production level 360 degrees rotation flight simulator to the DIY community, as an Open Source project. Simworx introduces the funding campaign on to develop the CAD drawings,Plans, engingeering study, jigs, and component intergration for both versions of VR Cockpit with full step by step instructions for Do-it-yourself plans or Kit building the 360 rotation full motion flight simulator. Read More »