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After the first of July I'll have a couple of free months.
I'm thinking of learning stuff I either should already know or I don't. "basically" I'm at the 4th year of Engineering (I'm actually going from Electronics to Neuroengineering/Bioengineering mixed with electronics).
So, what do you think would be better to study:
I should already know this, but our teacher was quite retarded and I easily passed the test without actually learning (I memorized).
A math teacher (and also a friend) suggested me to read a book about non-standard analysis. I don't know anything about that, could be interesting.
up to be able to easily solve np hard problems and idk
>4)deeper learning of Fourier transformation
idk, the course we took had way too many arguments to actually be useful in a pratical way, I could learn Fourier and actually caring about maths
If you have any suggestion go ahead, really.
Of course I could learn about human biology stuff, or nano electronics
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Sciencefag here. I need a couple of master slides for my powerpoint presentations.
Need a slide for each combination of small/large room, bright/dim room (at least 4 in total).
Advice on fonts would be great. Protip: must be sans serif. I fell in love with Neue Haas Grotesk, but it doesn't have a greek alphabet character set, and I need my alphas, and betas for my protein names and shit.
Currently considering moving to Neue Haas Unica. Doesn't give me orgasms like Grotesk, but close enough.
Gif humbly presented for your consideration.
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Shitty lab partner stories? I've been really lucky to have cooperative and good-humored lab partners up until this point, but now I'm having problems in chem.
>Have three partners (more than needed for the lab experiment)
>Lab tables are designed to split us up, but we have to work together anyway
>Personally very attentive to detail, cautious about gathering data
>People on the other side of the table just want to barrel ahead in the assignment and get out early
>They end up doing most of the work, and doing it wrong
>I'm only able to get reliable measurements on half the trials
>When I point out that they don't have any methodology, they bitch at me for "not paying attention"
>Being attentive to the variables and measurement techniques is "not paying attention"
>I get fed up and decide that I'll do the whole thing next time, and they can just deal with me being slower
Utterly bizarre, I've never had lab partners before who wanted to rush through everything. It is Gen Chem 1 though. Physics >>> shit >>> Gen chem