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    go see the Ludwig art museum if you are in Köln.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spuriousmonkey View Post
    go see the Ludwig art museum if you are in Köln.
    yesterday it was opened for free! Maybe because it was Germany reunification day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inzomnia View Post
    yesterday it was opened for free! Maybe because it was Germany reunification day.
    did you go though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spuriousmonkey View Post
    did you go though?

    I have been there before, but yesterday I entered it again, because I wanted
    to use the toilet It is just right next to the Dom.

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    Ok, dont be sad The first time I went there was last year, part of
    excursion in language course, and I did not went there just to use the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inzomnia View Post
    What is that do you draw, Absane? Are you a math Student
    and btw, tidy room ~ tidy mind...!!
    Those are graphs. I'm doing research with a math professor of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absane View Post
    Those are graphs. I'm doing research with a math professor of mine.

    And how exactly do you do your research when there on your screen is sciforums.com.

    There:

    Quote Originally Posted by Absane View Post
    This is what I'm doing right now




    Ignore the mess.

    j/k.
    Btw, they don't look like graphs to me. Oh well

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    Quote Originally Posted by inzomnia View Post
    And how exactly do you do your research when there on your screen is sciforums.com.
    Easy... when I need to mull over something, I focus my attention on something else. At least I am more productive than staring as a sheet of paper for hours on end... producing nothing.

    Btw, they don't look like graphs to me. Oh well
    Well they aren't graphs like you would obtain by graphing a function. These are different kinds of graphs. They are composed of a set of nodes (or vertices) and a set of edges connecting vertices together. It's a branch of mathematics that is very useful to fields like computer science, electrical engineering, city design, etc. The professor I am working with has somehow found a connection between graph theory and calcium binding sites in the brain or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absane View Post
    calcium binding sites in the brain or something like that.
    calbindin? Thats interesting. I work in vitamin D metabolism and calbindin9 and calbindin28 are both vitamin D dependent calcium binding proteins. I work with enterocytes though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.A.M. View Post
    calbindin? Thats interesting. I work in vitamin D metabolism and calbindin9 and calbindin28 are both vitamin D dependent calcium binding proteins. I work with enterocytes though.
    Ummm... maybe?

    Hai Deng, Guantao Chen, Wei Yang, Jenny J. Yang. Predicting calcium-binding sites in proteins - a graph theory and geometry approach. Proteins (2006), 64, 34-42.

    There's one. And it says this at my school's website:

    Dr. Chen's research lies in graph theory and its applications to computer science and bioinformatics which includes Cycles and Paths in Graph Theory, Graphic Ramsey Theory, Extremal Graph Theory, Algorithms, Networks, Calcium structure and binding sites, Conformation changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absane View Post
    Ummm... maybe?

    Hai Deng, Guantao Chen, Wei Yang, Jenny J. Yang. Predicting calcium-binding sites in proteins - a graph theory and geometry approach. Proteins (2006), 64, 34-42.

    There's one. And it says this at my school's website:

    Dr. Chen's research lies in graph theory and its applications to computer science and bioinformatics which includes Cycles and Paths in Graph Theory, Graphic Ramsey Theory, Extremal Graph Theory, Algorithms, Networks, Calcium structure and binding sites, Conformation changes.
    Ah he's predicting calcium binding sites in proteins, thats structural chemistry. Not my forte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.A.M. View Post
    thats structural chemistry. Not my forte.
    Then you're a failure as a scientist and you should be out on the street.

    Get a job that you can handle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Absane View Post
    Then you're a failure as a scientist and you should be out on the street.

    Get a job that you can handle.

    Heh if I was in structural chemistry, that is exactly what I would do.

    Fortunately I am in nutrition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absane View Post
    Then you're a failure as a scientist and you should be out on the street.

    Get a job that you can handle.

    only losers care about such a reductionist topic.

    If Darwin had been a mathematician we would still walk around in bear furs.

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    straightened hair
    and a very dork face

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    Summer Project in my sons room

    Last edited by shorty_37; 10-05-07 at 05:12 PM.

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    cute
    is that painted on the bricks or glued on?

    me, my sisters and my mom do a lot of stuff like that for our family's children birthday parties... it's therapeutic

    I'll see if i can find some pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varda View Post
    cute
    is that painted on the bricks or glued on?

    me, my sisters and my mom do a lot of stuff like that for our family's children birthday parties... it's therapeutic

    I'll see if i can find some pictures
    It's wallpaper that REALLY looks like bricks. I did that first.
    Then I looked at his skateboard and then free handed some characters and logos. You can't see but under the ying and yang I drew out some chinese symbols with their meanings.

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