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So I am trying to separate out NMR chemical shift data from the BMRB which has associated PDB files. Now I know there are around 5000 of these as shown here -> http://www.ebi.ac.uk/pdbe/nmr/statistics/main.html but does anyone have any idea of how I can sift out these files from the rest of the database? Help appreciated...

Top Tier Education

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Hey /sci/, what is considered the best, most well-rounded and prestigious education cycle in your country? The formation that basically states you as a golden student as soon as you mention it? State the country you come from in your post, of course. >Pic related And med studies, of course.
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does pic related have any scientific backing or merit in any way whatsoever? not a troll post please don't ban i'm fucking curious. does the amount of oxygen that is pumped from your blood into your brain affect or is it affected by the size of your brain or how intelligent you are?
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http://mirtitles.org/ Soviet science books in English on all sorts of subjects (math, physics, geometry, electricity, etc.)
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Yoh /sci/, any scientist around? I just received a "student certificate of recognition" from the IEEE for a talk I gave at the IEDM last year. What the fuck is that? I'm not American. Is it something they send to all student talkers?
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Anyone know where I can find the solutions manual for Spivak's Calculus 3rd edition?
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So, I've just gotten into the kick involving Terraforming worlds such as Mars (mostly by catchy YouTube videos about the subject) and the biggest problem in regards to Terraforming the Red Planet involve the utter lack of a Magnetosphere which would be needed to help prevent solar winds from destroying the fragile beginnings of plant/water growth and retaining a workable atmosphere. So I have a couple of questions; 1. The picture shows a series of smaller, weaker crust-induced magnetic fields on the planet. Could any of them be considered strong enough to withstand solar activity, enough so that Domed Structures and other artificial means could be implemented in colonization? 2. Is there even a theoretically feasible way a artificial magnetosphere could EVER be constructed in the distant future?
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Hey /sci/ I am really interested in science particulary Mathematics. I have been struggling in my studies I think due in large part to demotivation. I want to learn mathematics but when it comes down to start studying I feel like doing something else. Perhaps this can be seen as some sort o laziness but I don't fully think thats the reason...How can I get motivated to actually work through the examples and text. I have loads of arxiv documents that I dont yet understand but I do hope to when I finally get serious about science, any help?What do you guys think is wrong with me?
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When I do math or programming and seriously need to concentrate I can cope with music even when it's loud but when I here people talking I get distracted immediately. Does this have anything to do with how the left and right brain hemispheres work, if so would someone care to explain?
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Hi /sci/, I'm a freshman college student, in Physics & Maths field. I would really like to learn those but I'm a kind of depressive guy, I don't know how to do. I need goods things, fun things to learn and being really inside that subject, can you help me ?

Picking the right Chemistry textbook which suits my needs

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Alright /sci/, I have a core understanding of Chemistry from my earlier years in high school and now that I will be entering my senior years next year I’m looking for a Chemistry textbook (which comes published in a PDF format so I can read it on my tablet) that is excruciatingly scrupulous and thorough in its content to the point where memorizing the factual details verbatim would enable me to be incredibly knowledgeable on the science and the history surrounding it, not just something which focuses on condescend information on the core principles. Anything from high school, to college, or even to a University level would be much appreciated as I plan on following a career in science later in my life and knowing as much as I can will only be beneficial to me, irrespective of whether my school’s curriculum would utilize my knowledge learnt, I’d simply be content having a greater understanding of the world around me. For reference: The current book I’ve picked up for Biology that I will be studying is Campbell Biology 9th Edition in PDF format at 1497 pages and it’s everything I could have asked for from a biology textbook. Many thanks for any suggestions you may have for me.

VetMed courses in another country

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Hey /sci/ I'm hoping to apply to University of Queensland's VetMed campus from Canada. Does anyone here have any advice about taking university in other countries. Also yes, I plan on staying in Australia. I'll try and keep the politics short but from what I've seen growing up here we're trying a bit to hard to be like certain vocal percentages of the North American population. >tl;dr Anyone here have advice about emigrating while taking university courses?
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So, what do you guys think about the new common core?

Optoelectric Shutters

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Hey /sci/, I had an idea regarding shutters, specifically for cameras but it can be generalized to any optical system. This isn't really my area of expertise though. How feasible would a non-mechanical shutter involving say electrochromic glass, liquid crystals, or nanocrystals(or if you have a better idea) be for use in professional DSLRs? Two major problems with mechanical shutters are that they induce vibration in exposures and they have an operating lifetime of around 100k uses. Could these be alleviated while maintaining or improving shutter speeds? Any other compromises?

noko

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Engineers, let's compare class matrix. UNB here. Did a co-op with Bell Canada.
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Dear /sci/, I would just like to announce that after several hours, I have finally been able to figure out TikZ in LaTeX. Pic releated, my baby. I ask you, what is your greatest LaTeX creation?

Help solve a puzzle!

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Attached is a puzzle. I'm really not sure what I'm looking at. Thanks for your help!
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Hey /sci/, a quick question. Let's say we're supposed to fill 4 empty spaces. You have a total of 10 choices with each choice being assigned a letter ranging from A-G. Supposedly the choice layout is something like this 0 = A 1 = A 2 = B 3 = C 4 = C 5 = D 6 = E 7 = F 8 = F 9 = G What would be the probability of getting each letter? Additionally if they were arranged like this ABCDEFGABC (same number order like before) Would the probability change? I'm more inclined to say that the probability doesn't change but I just want to make sure.
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A good book to learn Origin and LabTalk?
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