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Oscar Jasklowski

oscarjasklowski

San Francisco, CA

Formerly UCLA and the University of Utah

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Cool! Excited to see some mini houses
Mar 02, 2016
The Thermodynamics of a House with Adiabatic Ambitions
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PS these photos are awesome, but they're not showing up in the lab note for me (I had to follow their links). Maybe there's another way you can upload them?
Feb 24, 2016
Affordable 3D-Printed Neural Devices for Spinal Cord Regeneration
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Donald, this is cool! This is a bit of a tangent, but how does your approach compare to someone's who's doing cartilage tissue engineering? Obviously cell types will be different. Scaffold materials too, maybe. Any subtler differences? Who has the harder problem? Thank you, and keep up the great work!
Feb 24, 2016
Affordable 3D-Printed Neural Devices for Spinal Cord Regeneration
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This is awesome. Maybe you mentioned this already, but how are you going to make the fake dog?
Nov 17, 2015
Capturing canine personality
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This is great! Has this idea (of using bacteria to help native plant life grow) been around for a while? I feel like this is something farmers would come up with. Was it the farmers?
Nov 17, 2015
Can "beneficial" microbes help eelgrass plants survive?
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So proud of Boone!!
Sep 28, 2015
Using high-tech toys to improve foraging in captive rhinos
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woop woop for poop!
Sep 15, 2015
Are our bacteria making us depressed or anxious?
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This is awesome :)
Sep 11, 2015
Using smart feeders to increase lemur activity and stimulate human interest
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..... 'm curious as to how you'll "manipulate altruistic norms" during a game, while a participant is in the scanner. Do you have an example of how you'd do that? Good stuff! (I hit enter by accident, hence the double comment)
Sep 07, 2015
Unlocking the Neural Basis of Self-Interest and Self-Sacrifice
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Hey Julian, I
Sep 07, 2015
Unlocking the Neural Basis of Self-Interest and Self-Sacrifice
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These are good questions! What if someone just responds "twitter" to #5, for example. Can you ask them to be more specific? I imagine twitter is hard to bucket because you have every kind of information source mixed in.
Jun 16, 2015
How does internet media influence understanding of the 2014 Israel-Gaza Conflict?
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Got it, thanks Gavin! 3 quick things: elaborating on my original question, if air is static in the xy direction (because of a heat island, say), can ozone and other molecules still move in the z direction? This is what I meant by 'settling.' If they can move in the z direction, then I can see why measuring the ozone concentration all throughout the vertical column over time would be really cool (e.g. maybe you could predict that ground air quality will get a lot worse before the heat island dissipates). Second thing: thanks for touching on the inversion in Salt Lake (I lived there for a little while and saw a few of these first hand). I didn't realize this was because of the heat island effect. Because it's so cold inside an inversion, I didn't connect the two things. I imagine the mountains on all sides make it a little easier for the heat island to form? Last thing: any light reading you'd recommend on heat islands and other atmospheric phenomena? Thank you!
Jun 16, 2015
Measurement of Atmospheric Pollution Profiles using Drones
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