International Journal of Unconventional Science (IJUS) is a peer-reviewed, electronic journal that publishes original and high-quality research papers, surveys, reviews and letters on topics broadly related to boundary phenomena of quantum physics, information science, energy, biophysics, medicine, psychology and other disciplines. It supports exchange of ideas and popularization of new interdisciplinary and boundary areas of modern science. IJUS aims at international auditory and intends bringing together researchers from around the world working in these areas; establishing a dialogue between mainstream research and new research areas; involving young researchers; verification and validation of theoretical and experimental data. The IJUS encourages performing replication experiments.
Company hosted the open-source web project - Jasmine. The purpose of this web project is to maintain the open-hardware microrobotic project swarmrobot.org and the platform Jasmine for building large-scale artificial swarms. The project targets an open development of cost-effective hardware and software for a quick implementation of swarm behavior with real robots. Detailed instructions for making the robot, open-source simulator, software libraries and multiple publications about performed experiments are ready for download and intend to facilitate exploration of collective and emergent phenomena, guided self-organization and swarm robotics in experimental way.
Company supports the open-science community devoted to unconventional science, biotechnological and energetic experiments with new kind of devices and technologies.
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