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“Despite Medieval Studies’ early embracing of technology, there is so much to do to make the body of primary materials available, searchable and useful.”
Medieval studies professor Elaine Treharne opines on, among other things, a Beowulf wordcloud, in her pro-big–data blog post, “‘I Tag Bad,’ Or, Learning New Tricks in the Age of Big Data.”
"It would just be so cool to see a woolly mammoth."
In this New York Times interview, “So You’re Extinct? Scientists Have Gleam in Eye,” Professor Hank Greely, '74, considers the possibility and ethical implications of resurrecting extinct species.