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James and the Little Neutral One – Going Up Alleys, Episode 7

On this episode of “Going Up Alleys,” we hear from Professor James Loach (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) about the elusive subatomic particle known as the “neutrino,” Italian for “little neutral one.” I am joined this time by SMU undergraduate Nicole … Continue reading

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Maps, Climate Change, and the Great Lakes (Eps. 6, Going Up Alleys Podcast)

On this episode of “Going Up Alleys,” we are treated to a discussion of interdisciplinary work on maps, climate change, and the Great Lakes, centered on a seminar by Professor Robert Markley. Dr. Markley is a professor of English at … Continue reading

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“Going Up Alleys” Podcast Episode 5 – High-Performance Computing (Part 2)

On this episode of “Going Up Alleys,” we continue the seminar by Professor Thom Dunning in which he spoke about the frontier of high-performance computing (HPC). This continues a multi-part series on interdisciplinary research – solving difficult problems by bringing together traditionally … Continue reading

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