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  • QCN in the Classroom

    CBS news in Los Angeles interviewed teachers and students in Chaffey Union Joint High School District. Watch the story here.

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  • Update Project in BOINC

    With the move to USC, we encourage you to update the project URL to ensure proper functionality going forward. In BOINC please detach from qcn.caltech.net) or qcn.stanford.edu) and attach to project: quakecatcher.net Detailed instructions: Open BOINC Manager Remove qcn.stanford.edu/sensor (or qcn.stanford.edu/sensor) Go to ‘View’ –> ‘Advanced …

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  • In Nepal? Download QCN on Your Smartphone or Tablet

    here.

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  • QCN Explorer

    Want to make your own simulations of earthquakes and see what happens with a network of QCN sensors? Check out the QCN Explorer! QCN Explorer allows users to simulate how the QCN responds to an earthquake with various numbers and distributions of QCN sensors.

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  • NEES/QCN Open House for Future Teachers

    NEES@UCSB personnel hosted an open house for future science teachers in the Givertz Graduate School of Education at UC Santa Barbara in April 2013. Sandra Seale and Francesco Civilini, NEES project specialists, gave a training session in “Make Your Own Earthquake” using the QCN sensor. …

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  • QCN Featured in TEDx Talk

    Project collaborator Debi Kilb gave a TEDx talk on ‘Using Videogames to Cultivate Future Scientists’ which includes a videogame created around the QCN project. Check out the video of her talk here. Associate Project Scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, studies …

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