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The Future of the Past

Textual scientist Gregory Heyworth recovers the words and images of cultural heritage objects that have been lost, through damage and erasure, to time.

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Song lyrics in real time and in multiple languages

Zhiyao Duan launched an automatic lyrics display system. The system is able to follow a performance and display lyrics on a large screen in real time in multiple languages.

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Ancient ozone layers and climate change

Lee Murray developed a computer model that shows how the concentration of oxidants changes under different climate conditions and temperatures.

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Children with FASD lag in emotional understanding

A University study shows children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) display a developmental delay in their emotional understanding.

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