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Screenshot This Topic in Depth presents an interdisciplinary collection of annotated links to resources concerning the interface of chemistry and biology. Here, visitors will find links to many research groups, and their publications in biochemistry and chemical biology.
Non-linear, or Raman, Spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique used in condensed matter physics and chemistry to study vibrational, rotational, and other low-frequency modes in a system. Here, you will find information about research and applications of this technique.
This Topic in Depth is about cloud seeding, a type of weather modification in which substances, such as silver iodide or dry ice, are added to the air in order to produce changes in the weather.

Cloud seeding is most commonly used to increase precipitation, but may also be used to suppress certain weather patterns as well, such as hail and high winds. While there is some controversy about whether or not cloud seeding actually does produce more precipitation, it can be a highly useful tool for areas that have very arid conditions and need additional rainfall to help produce more viable crops and minimize drought-like conditions.
Occasionally referred to as audio indexing, audio mining is a computerized task involving the processing of an audio file, extracting the dialog and creating a textual transcript, and searching the transcript for certain words or phrases.

Considering the amount of audio content on the Internet and other sources, it is clear that audio mining is a growing technology of growing importance.
Embedded systems are dedicated computers designed to perform a specific task. They are usually fairly simple devices that are used in areas where powerful, customizable computers are unnecessary; however, they can also be quite complex on occasion.

Embedded systems can be found almost anywhere, including automobiles and cellular phones, and their importance is reflected in their near omnipresence.
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