Nate Anderson

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The use of DNA as a material for nanoscale construction has blossomed in the past decade. This is largely attributable to the DNA origami technique, which has enabled construction of nanostructures ranging from simple two-dimensional sheets to complex three-dimensional objects with defined curves and edges. These structures are amenable to site-specific(More)
Whereas the fastest supercomputer of 1998 could compute 1.34 trillion double precision floating point operations per second (TFLOPS) [7], today's consumer-level (sub-$500) graphics cards such as the NVidia GeForce GTX 480 can compute 1.35 TFLOPS (single precision) [8]. The rise of multi- and many-core processing has certainly introduced new urgency to(More)
The sawmill industry in the Northeastern United States is represented by a wide variety of mills with highly variable roundwood requirements and diverse procurement operations. Data collected from 211 sawmills in seven states are used to characterize wood procurement, with an emphasis on quantifying variation in operations among different types of firms. In(More)
Over the past few decades, policy makers have considered employer mandates as a strategy for stemming the tide of declining health insurance coverage. In this paper we examine the long term effects of the only employer health insurance mandate that has ever been enforced, Hawaii’s Prepaid Health Care Act, using a standard supply-demand framework and Current(More)
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