Tag: Science

The Mandate to go Public & the Pressure to Publish First, Big, & Fast

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Okay, thank you. This is exciting. As Dory mentioned, I am Amy Pienta, Acquisitions Director of ICPSR and I think this is actually my first Data Fair presentation. I don’t remember doing this in the past, maybe I…

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ICPSR Summer Program Orientation (First Session, Summer 2019)

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[Sandy] Good afternoon, or at least good afternoon for those of you who are on the east coast of the United States. I am Sandy Schneider. I’m the director of the ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of…

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National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology | W …

National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology | W …

The National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools (NCSSS) is an alliance of specialized high schools in the United States whose focus is to foster, support, and share the efforts of STEM-focused schools whose primary purpose is to attract…

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An introduction to EUROfusion

An introduction to EUROfusion

Making fusion on earth is one of science’s greatest challenges… And Europe is committed to meeting this challenge… EUROfusion, the European Consortium for the Development of Fusion Energy… …A consortium that brings together 30 European signatories, and over…

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William Gerstenmaier at MIT – 2009 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

William Gerstenmaier at MIT –  2009 MA Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

[MUSIC PLAYING] HOFFMAN: My name is Jeff Hoffman. I am the director of the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium. Space Grant is a NASA-sponsored organization involving over 750 universities nationwide of which we have 18 here in Massachusetts who…

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Imperial for business

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Here at Imperial College London we have enterprise in our DNA We were founded in 1907 with a mission to offer the most advanced education and research, to collaborate with other organisations and to apply our work to…

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What Past Predictions of the Future Got Right

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This episode is made possible by dashlane secure your data from prying eyes by signing up for a free account today For almost the entirety of human history, we’ve always had a bit of a thing for predicting…

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Webinar: Resources for Health Research at ICPSR

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[Peter] Okay thank you very much Linda. And welcome to all of you who are out there where hopefully it’s a bit warmer than it is in Ann Arbor. We’re going to present a lot of information today…

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10 things you didn’t know about orgasm | Mary Roach

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Alright. I’m going to show you a couple of images from a very diverting paper in The Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. I’m going to go way out on a limb and say that it is the most…

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Jeffrey A. Hoffman at MIT – 2002 MA. Space Grant Consortium Public Lecture

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[MUSIC PLAYING] YOUNG: My name is Larry Young. I’m the director of the Massachusetts Space Grant Consortium. And one of the great pleasures that’s associated with this position is the opportunity to recruit and introduce an outstanding lecturer…

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