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SMLC is building the nation’s first Open Smart Manufacturing Platform for collaborative industrial-networked information applications through at-scale demonstrations.

SMLC envisions a 21st century SM enterprise (from suppliers, OEMs, and companies to supply chains) that is fully integrated, knowledge-enabled, and model rich. Such visibility across the enterprise (internal and external) would radically improve the ability to inform decisions and drive action.

The Open Smart Manufacturing Platform and Marketplace enables manufacturing companies of all sizes to gain easy, affordable access to modeling and analytical technologies that can be tailored to meet cross-industry business-case objectives without having to retrofit existing systems.

The concept of an open architecture enables the ability to access and contribute to a marketplace of industrial applications, including commercial and open-source technologies. Manufacturers will have access to endless possibilities through connecting new and existing architectures, talent and solutions. Similarly, solution providers, software vendors and entrepreneurs will have access to a broader manufacturing community and will be given a huge opportunity to innovate further.

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Decolonize ALL The Science is a HASTS (History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society) website which aims to provide a space for anti-colonial reflections on scientific knowledge production and science communication. Here anything from the topics of bioethics, medical ethics, health inequities, public health, genetics/genomics, etc. are discussed by public scholar Shay Akil McLean

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AFFOA will enable a domestic manufacturing-based revolution by transforming traditional fibers, yarns, and fabrics into highly sophisticated, integrated and networked products and systems. MOORE'S LAW FOR FIBERS - Fibers that have the functionality of semiconductor devices, yet are produced at fiber lengths, uniformity and cost. FABRICS AS A SERVICE - Fabrics that see, hear, sense, communicate, store and convert energy, regulate temperature, monitor health, and change color.

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The mission of the Museum of Capitalism is to educate this generation and future generations about the ideology, history, and legacy of capitalism.

Our educational work is crucial for establishing justice for the victims of capitalism and preventing its resurgence. Notably, the museum will also bring to light the vast number of individuals and communities around the globe who resisted capitalism and helped to develop alternatives to it, serving as an inspiration to future generations.

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The OpenSourceSeeds initiative aims to make seed a common good again. It equips new crop varieties with the open-source licence. This is the most efficient way to legally protect seed from patenting and variety protection.

A few large companies now dominate the seed sector. They breed plants to be uniform, and use patents to defend their usage rights and profits. This squeezes out biodiversity, stifles innovation and restrains the capacity of agriculture to adapt to climate change.

Open-source licensed seed is available for everyone. You may multiply the seed, sell it, pass it on, breed with it and enhance it without any restrictions. The licence grants new users the same rights that the previous owner enjoyed.

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pol.is (pōlis) helps large organizations and communities understand themselves by visualizing what people think.
We set out to build a communication system that would handle 'big' and stay coherent. We wanted people to feel safe & listened to, and we felt it was of the highest importance that minority opinions be preserved rather than 'outvoted'.

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the site is an independent science news website focusing mainly on neuroscience and other cognitive sciences.

No funds have been taken from governments, grants, pharmaceutical companies, big businesses, banks, schools, or others with possibly conflicting interests, to help with this site at any time.

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Kintecus V6.01 has been released. Kintecus supports PLOG reactions and now includes the 2016/2017 AramcoMech 3.0 model and Alkylaromatics models. Also, several dozen LLNL models converted over to Kintecus. Several Biodiesel model surrogates, gasoline surrogate, diesel surrogates and their reduced models as well as some pure models (isooctane, carbonates, etc) have been ported. There are also some organophosphate and TNT models from LLNL converted.

Also, the ck2kin (Chemkin to Kintecus converter) has been updated and should be able to handle most new chemkin models especially those at LLNL (where all the models below originated) and those at Combustion Chemistry Centre at National University of Ireland, Galway. The C3 lab has some useful models such as ARAMCOMECH 2.0 and ARAMCOMECH 3.1 (2016/17) models which Kintecus fully supports.

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This website provides kinetic and photochemical data evaluated by the IUPAC Task Group on Atmospheric Chemical Kinetic Data Evaluation. Also see Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics publications:

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The Master Chemical Mechanism (MCM) is a near-explicit chemical mechanism which describes the detailed gas-phase chemical processes involved in the tropospheric degradation of a series of primary emitted volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Currently, the degradation of methane and 142 non-methane VOCs is represented.

The MCM was originally developed to provide accurate, robust and up-to-date information concerning the role of specific organic compounds in ground-level ozone formation in relation to air quality policy development in Europe. However, it also provides a research tool for investigating other areas where a detailed representation of the chemistry is required, e.g. the generation of distributions of speciated radical and closed-shell intermediates formed during VOC degradation.

The main intention of this web site is to provide a flexible, easily utilised platform for the MCM that is readily accessed by the research and user communities, and to help promote its development and validation.

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