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$5.4m big data boost for resources and energy industries
Computerworld Australia

$5.4m big data boost for resources and energy industries

Professor Patrice Rey (left) with Professor Dietmar Muller, member and director respectively of Sydney University's Basin GENEIS Hub Sydney University is fronting an international research group using big data sets and high performance computers to ... Computerworld Australia, 1 month ago

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CIO Australia, 1 month ago

Muller can rain on Brazil's parade

London - The finish was instinctive, wrapping his right foot around the ball to bend it beyond the outstretched arms of Tim Howard in Germany's final group game. Thomas Muller is a special talent. He is made for this tournament, one of the leading ...
 IOL3 weeks ago
Owen Sound Sun Times

How Germany rebuilt itself

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL- It is difficult to imagine Germany's soccer program ever being anything less than what it is now, a model for nations around the world to follow. Of the 17 completed World Cup tournaments Germany has participated in, it ...
 Owen Sound Sun Times2 weeks ago How Germany rebuilt itself into a power  Recorder and Times2 weeks ago How Germany rebuilt itself into a world soccer power  Sault Star Online2 weeks ago
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EU's energy transition: the triple challenge of sustainability, competitiveness and affordability

Your search resulted in 222 articles. by Daria Nochevnik On the road to the EU 2050 decarbonisation objective, regulatory unpredictability is considered to be the most important investment challenge by a number of energy professionals in the ...
 European Energy Review3 weeks ago
BBC

Germany 2-1 Algeria - Watch highlights

Key points - Germany play France in quarter-final on Friday - Late consolation goal for Algeria - Schurrle and Ozil score in extra time - Match ends scoreless in normal time Join the discussion Send an SMS to 81111 REPORT ...
 BBC4 weeks ago

Critical industry issues to be addressed through seven new Research Hubs

The Hon Christopher Pyne MP Minister for Education Leader of the House The Australian Government has committed more than $23.9 million to establish seven new industry research hubs that will address critical industry challenges across ...
 Invest in Australia1 month ago

As it happened: Germany v Portugal, World Cup Group G

TWO TOP EUROPEAN sides of recent years collide, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal meet many people's favourites for the tournament Germany. As always, wed love to hear your thoughts on the game. E-mail paul@thescore.ie, tweet @thescore_ie, post a ...
 TheJournal.ie1 month ago
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Federal government funds $5.4 million Big Data project at Sydney University

The Federal Government has thrown $5.4 million behind a radical project which uses Big Data to create "five-dimensional' models to help analyse sedimentary basins. An international research group, led by the University of Sydney, will use big data ...
 ARN1 month ago
BBC

World Cup 2014: Which tactics will win in Brazil?

Famed and revered for the tiki-taka passing style that took them to glory at Euro 2008, the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012, La Roja were overwhelmed by a more powerful and more direct Brazil last summer as the hosts secured a convincing 3-0 win in ...
 Graphic Ghana1 month ago Which tactics will win the World Cup?  BBC1 month ago
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