Technology

Tracking crime

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Written by Tuesday, 16 March 2010 11:43
State-of-the-art DNA research in Maastricht DNalysis Maastricht, the DNA laboratory of Maastricht University and the Maastricht Forensic Institute (TMFI), gained the accreditation required to legally perform DNA research at the end of 2009. The Accreditation Council thereby acknowledged the advanced research techniques employed by DNalysis, a young DNA laboratory that…

Go computer!

In Technology ,
Written by Wednesday, 12 November 2008 11:50
In search of a board game algorithm Since computer Deep Blue beat chess grandmaster Kasparov, computer programmers have shifted their attention to the Asian board game Go. To date no computer has succeeded in overthrowing a Go pro, though the rules of play are simpler than for chess. Researchers are…

A community adrift

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Written by Tuesday, 20 May 2008 00:00
The scientific side of online games Today’s most popular online computer game is World of Warcraft, with ten million players worldwide. The player groups, forming communities, closely resemble the real world: people also work together to be successful and make or break friendships. Each year, computer games bring in more…
Making implants during surgical procedures: The future begins in Maastricht It sounds like something from the distant future, but one day it will become reality. Staff of the engineering department IDEE (Instrument Development Engineering & Evaluation) have been designing and producing implants that can be inserted into patients whilst they…

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