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Coronation Street getting in on the act with Lady Marmalade | Brief letters

18 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Wages | Alien life| Northern accents | Marmalade | school | Yellowbellies It's welcome news that the average weekly pay is now £474, but this highlights the danger of using...
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Beyond JEE: Finding publication venues to get your message to the 'right' audience

19 hours ago   |   Harvard

Very few publications exist outlining the different publishing opportunities within engineering education as a discipline. Most researchers think immediately of the Journal of...
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Global Influence of Pakistan's Research on the Rise, Finds Report from Clarivate Analytics

Global Influence of Pakistan's Research on the Rise, Finds Report from Clarivate Analytics

1 day ago   |   Clarivate

Pakistan Research and Innovation Landscape Report showed 300% growth in number of publications indexed on Web of Science Core Collection in past decade London, UK and...
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An Updated Look at the State of Science and Engineering in the U.S

An Updated Look at the State of Science and Engineering in the U.S

1 day ago   |   ASTC

Science centers and museums have a deep commitment to equity and inclusion in STEM, and to ensuring that those engaged in our work is representative of the diversity of the...
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Opinion: We need to take steps toward building a consensus definition of biological aging

2 days ago   |   STAT

I've been committed to understanding the biology of aging since I was a teenager, and my education and career took aim at this problem from many angles. One aspect that still...
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Chinese abolitionism: the Chinese Educational Mission in Connecticut, Cuba, and Peru

3 days ago   |   Harvard

Steffen Rimner. 2016. “ Chinese abolitionism: the Chinese Educational Mission in Connecticut, Cuba, and Peru .” Journal of Global History, 11, 3, Pp. 344-364. Publisher's...
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The unwelcome revival of ‘race science'

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

Its defenders claim to be standing up for uncomfortable truths, but race science is still as bogus as ever. By Gavin Evans One of the strangest ironies of our time is that a...
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President Trump's proposed budget includes cuts to science and education

President Trump's proposed budget includes cuts to science and education

6 days ago   |   ASTC

Earlier this week, the White House released its proposed budget for fiscal year 2021, which will begin on October 1, 2020. The President's budget is more a statement of...
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Opinion: Cheers and jeers as med school's Step 1 test becomes pass/fail

6 days ago   |   STAT

Medical students around the country cheered and jeered this week's announcement that the results of a much-feared compulsory exam known as Step 1 would cease to be reported...
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Life-Cycle Funds

7 days ago   |   Harvard

Luis Viceira. 2008. “ Life-Cycle Funds .” In Overcoming the Saving Slump: How to Increase the Effectiveness of Financial Education and Saving Programs, edited by Annamaria...
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What Social Factors Stop Students from Taking Internships?

What Social Factors Stop Students from Taking Internships?

When her college started requiring students to complete an internship in order to graduate, it created a serious dilemma for Janelle. “I wouldn't be able to do classes, do the... Read more ...

Ancient humans enjoyed kinky cross-species sex with Neanderthals and Denisovans

Ancient humans enjoyed kinky cross-species sex with Neanderthals and Denisovans

Cavemen and women welcomed some surprising species into their beds Humans started having sex with Denisovans and Neanderthals a very long time ago, research suggests. Computer... Read more ...

Asteroid panic: NASA spot huge 'planet killer' space rock as group begin...

Asteroid panic: NASA spot huge 'planet killer' space rock as group begin plans to halt it

NASA researchers have discovered a "planet-killer" asteroid. Read more ...

Heather Couper, 1949-2020

Heather Couper, 1949-2020

Heather Couper, one of the UK's most prolific astronomy broadcasters and writers, who inspired many to take up stargazing, has died at the age of 70. Couper came to prominence... Read more ...

Phobos sample return mission enters development for 2024 launch

Phobos sample return mission enters development for 2024 launch

Artist's concept of the Japanese MMX spacecraft near Mars and Phobos. Credit: JAXA Japan's space agency has approved a robotic mission to retrieve a sample from the Martian... Read more ...

WATCH as fireball travelling at 75,000mph EXPLODES over Brazil

WATCH as fireball travelling at 75,000mph EXPLODES over Brazil

A FIREBALL blasted into the atmosphere above Brazil at breakneck speeds of more than 175,000mph - and the spectacle was caught on camera. Read more ...

Unleashing the Opportunity of Research in Latin America

Unleashing the Opportunity of Research in Latin America

There's more a continent-worth of scholarly opportunity in Latin America. The Academy of Management has about 20,000 members residing in more than 120 countries around the... Read more ...

When Is a Terrorist Not a Terrorist?

When Is a Terrorist Not a Terrorist?

A group of of young refugees known as Youth Aliyah head out to train within the framework of the Haganah in 1948 Israel. , CC BY-SA 3.0) A couple of years ago I wrote a blog... Read more ...

NASA asteroid tracker: A 53,700MPH rock is heading towards Earth - Will it hit?

NASA asteroid tracker: A 53,700MPH rock is heading towards Earth - Will it hit?

NASA'S asteroid tracking systems are watching a space rock heading towards us at more than 53,700mph - but will the asteroid come crashing into Earth? Read more ...

New CCLI cohort wraps up kickoff meeting

New CCLI cohort wraps up kickoff meeting

Last week, the seventh cohort of CCLI met in Washington, DC, to kick off their efforts toward advancing cultural competency at their institutions. The six museums selected for... Read more ...