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Geek Reading January 16, 2015

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Geek Reading January 16, 2015

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Today we have some cool news from MIT where they figured out how to watch immune cells communicate. Also from MIT, researchers used evolutionary algorithms to determine how to plan a wind farm with 1000 turbines, a highly complex problem with a cool solution. And finally, Flowing Data shows another fine example of people abusing charts and statistics, a fascinating read as usual.

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