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Changing Perspectives; Changing Views: COVID and Agile Organizations

Changing Perspectives; Changing Views: COVID and Agile Organizations

17 hours ago   |   Social Science Space

Today Chris Worley , professor of organizational theory and management at Pepperdine University's Graziadio Business School, and Claudy Jules , the head Google's Center of...
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Chinese launches loft satellites to study space environment and observe Earth

Chinese launches loft satellites to study space environment and observe Earth

2 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

A Long March 4B rocket takes off from the Taiyuan space center Friday. Credit: Xinhua China launched a Long March 2D rocket Saturday with a satellite Chinese officials claimed...
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Urban waste to energy recovery assessment simulations for developing countries

Urban waste to energy recovery assessment simulations for developing countries

3 days ago   |   Harvard

Afreen Siddiqi, Masahiko Haraguchi, and Venkatesh Narayanamurti. 2020. “ Urban waste to energy recovery assessment simulations for developing countries .” World Development...
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Stop making sense: why it's time to get emotional about climate change | Rebecca Huntley

4 days ago   |   The Guardian

The science has been settled to the highest degree, so now the key to progress is understanding our psychological reactions It took me much longer than it should have to...
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Get ready to enjoy a tipple from an eco-friendly wine bottle made of paper

Get ready to enjoy a tipple from an eco-friendly wine bottle made of paper

4 days ago   |   Metro

It's genuinely mad what they can do with paper these days We know that our obsession with plastic is ruining the planet. Not enough of it is being recycled, too much of it is...
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Coronavirus work stoppage likely to delay launch of NASA X-ray astronomy mission

Coronavirus work stoppage likely to delay launch of NASA X-ray astronomy mission

6 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now

Artist's concept of the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer. Credit: NASA A nearly three-month stoppage of on-site work due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus at...
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Antibiotics pollute many of the world's rivers

7 days ago   |   Science News for Students

Antibiotics pollute many of the world's rivers : Antibiotics taint two out of every three rivers sampled as part of a big new survey. Scientists made the finding while testing...
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Global heating will make it much harder for tropical plants to germinate, study finds

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

Temperatures will be too hot for the seeds of one in five plants by the year 2070, Australian researcher says Global heating will make it much harder for tropical plants around...
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The roots of ecological dominance orientation - Assessing individual preferences for an anthropocentric worldview

11 days ago   |   Harvard

Fatih Uenal and Jim Sidanius. In Preparation. “ The roots of ecological dominance orientation - Assessing individual preferences for an anthropocentric worldview. ”. Abstract...
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Amplifying the voices of our LGBTQ+ community

12 days ago   |   Clarivate

Andrea Epifani, a member of SPECTRUM - the Clarivate global resource group for LGBTQ+ colleagues and allies, discusses what Clarivate colleagues in Australia are doing to...
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Elon Musk plan for internet in space suffers ANOTHER SpaceX rocket launch blow

Elon Musk plan for internet in space suffers ANOTHER SpaceX rocket launch blow

ELON Musk's rocket firm SpaceX has cancelled its 10th Starlink mission due to bad weather, in yet another setback for the firm's ambitious plan for global satellite internet. Read more ...

Juno captures sharp view of ‘Clyde's Spot' on stormy Jupiter

Juno captures sharp view of ‘Clyde's Spot' on stormy Jupiter

On 31 May, Clyde Foster, an amateur astronomer of Centurion, South Africa, noticed what appeared to be a bright new spot, a presumed storm, on Jupiter, just below and to the... Read more ...

Why Social Science? Because We Will Need to Do Better in the Next Crisis

Why Social Science? Because We Will Need to Do Better in the Next Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a surge of interest in the press and social media in comparisons with other countries. When did the new virus reach other countries, how did... Read more ...

Evolutionary Genetics of Malaria

Evolutionary Genetics of Malaria

Jacob A Tennessen, Victoria A Ingham, Kobié Hyacinthe Toé, Wamdaogo Moussa... Read more ...

Changing Perspectives; Changing Views: COVID and Agile Organizations

Changing Perspectives; Changing Views: COVID and Agile Organizations

Today Chris Worley , professor of organizational theory and management at Pepperdine University's Graziadio Business School, and Claudy Jules , the head Google's Center of... Read more ...

Shark horror: Palm-sized Megalodon tooth found in the Philippines - 'Largest...

Shark horror: Palm-sized Megalodon tooth found in the Philippines - 'Largest shark ever'

A SHARK tooth belonging to the prehistoric megalodon and measuring three inches in length was discovered in the Philippines. Read more ...

NASA detects a galaxy racing away from Earth at 3.5 million miles per hour

NASA detects a galaxy racing away from Earth at 3.5 million miles per hour

NASA'S Hubble Space Telescope has observed a galaxy that is flying away from us at breakneck speeds of nearly 3.5 million miles per hour. Read more ...

NASA outlines recommendations to clear path for Boeing to resume Starliner...

NASA outlines recommendations to clear path for Boeing to resume Starliner flights

STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS & USED WITH PERMISSION Artist's illustration of Boeing's Starliner spacecraft in orbit. Credit: Boeing NASA has completed an exhaustive review of... Read more ...

Archaeology: Cerne Abbas Giant is NOT prehistoric

Archaeology: Cerne Abbas Giant is NOT prehistoric

ARCHAEOLOGY experts now believe the iconic Cerne Abbas Giant is nowhere near as ancient as first thought, following a landmark new study into the famous figure. Read more ...

How to translate biomarker discoveries into clinical applications

How to translate biomarker discoveries into clinical applications

Extracellular vesicles provide an exciting opportunity as a modality for non-invasive biomarkers, which may enable them to be used as biomarkers for tumour metastasis. Using... Read more ...