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Minute Marvel – What happens in Vagus

The latest installment of the Duke Research Computing video series, Minute Marvel, is out! Nikki Pelot studies the Vagus Nerve and specifically focuses on computational modeling of peripheral nerve stimulation, including mechanisms of action of kilohertz frequency block.

Minute Marvel: The Incredible Lightness of Being Virtual

The latest installment of the Duke Research Computing video series, Minute Marvel, is out!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_xmCDyIW_0

If you ever wondered about virtual computing, get a brief explanation with Charley Kneifel, and see some fancy video editing by our own Academic Media Services. The entire Minute Marvel series can be viewed on OIT’s Youtube page. Or you can watch them at rc.duke.edu.

Minute Marvel – Ryan Baumann

Watch how cluster computing is being used to analyze over 80,000 volumes of rare books.

Minute Marvel – Ed Triplett

Check out this minute marvel – 3D Models, GPUs & the Duke Chapel with Ed Triplett, PhD.

Minute Marvel – Fay Wei Li

Fay Wei Li talks about his work with the Duke Research Computing resources to sequence a fern genome. It’s fern-tactic!

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