The Tetherless World Weblog » What is ontology?

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The topic of a blog in my mind, after five days at the American Geophysical Union 2013 Fall Meeting discussing Earth and space science informatics, is to give an introduction of ontology to researchers in Earth and environmental sciences and ... more

tags: computer science | Computer Science | computer science | Earth and space science | Semantic Web | American Geophysical Union | Wiktionary | spectrum | metaphysics | McGuinness | Formal ontology | ontology |

Prehistoric giant fish could grow more than 16 metres long

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Prehistoric giant fish could grow more than 16 metres long. Issued: Sun, 25 Aug 2013 07:00:00 BST. The skeletal remains of the biggest fish ever to have swum the seas have revealed just how massive the prehistoric creature could grow. more

tags: University of Glasgow | National Museums Scotland | Professor Jeff Liston | Edinburgh | Leedsichthys | Professor Colin Adams | University of Glasgow | University of Glasgow’s Scottish Centre for Ecology and the Natural Environment | Royal Tyrrell Museum of Alberta | Grant Institute of the University of Edinburgh | Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology | vertebrate animals | Universities of Glasgow | University of Edinburgh | cartilaginous fish | Prof Liston |

New dinosaur fossil challenges bird evolution theory - :: University of ...

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The discovery of a new bird–like dinosaur from the Jurassic period challenges widely accepted theories on the origin of flight. more

tags: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences | Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences | University of Southampton | dinosaur fossil | Jurassic period | University China | feathered dinosaur | National Oceanography Centre, Southampton | evolution theory | Vertebrate Palaeontology |