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Impeachment not necessary

The executive council held a vote on whether or not to recommend the impeachment of College of Humanities and Social Sciences senator Nickoles Clason on Feb. 19. The vote did not pass with three votes for impeachment and five against. Had the ...
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Keele academics to discuss future of social science

This Wednesday 4th March social scientists at Keele University will gather to discuss how social science's vital contribution to prosperity and wellbeing in the UK can be sustained. The Business of People, a landmark new report from the Campaign ...
 Noodls1 day ago Rajat Kapoor at IP university  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago New Book Throws Light on Social Science Concepts  New Indian Express2 days ago School of Social Sciences offers full international scholarship  Cardiff University2 days ago

Japan: New ‘social talker’ robots won’t make sense to humans

The scientist behind a new talking robot in Japan says people should stop expecting robots to understand them, and instead try to chime in with robotic conversations. The post Japan: New ‘social talker’ robots won’t make sense to humans ...
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Hugs help protect against stress and infection

g a friend. Led by Sheldon Cohen at Carnegie Mellon University's Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the researchers tested whether hugs act as a form of social support, protecting stressed people from getting sick. They found that greater ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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That Dress Witchcraft Explained By Science

Pic Via Tumblr This fight is about more than just social media—it's about primal biology and the way human eyes and brains have evolved to see colour in a sunlit world, he said. According to neuroscientist at the University of Washington Jay ...
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Richmond's Prof Sabine Spangenberg publishes article in Global Journal of Human-Social Science

Sabine Spangenberg publishes article "Hermann Schulze-Delitzsch: The Cooperative Idea in German Liberal Thought" in Global Journal of Human-Social Science: E Economics, Volume 15, Issue 1 Abstract- The paper analyses Hermann Schulze-Delitsch's ...
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Monkey Cage: A scientific perspective on politics and science

By February 23 at 8:00 AM Human activity is causing climate change. Vaccines save lives. Humans evolved from simpler life forms. Although scientific evidence overwhelmingly supports these ideas, many Americans remain unconvinced. The reason? ...
 Washington Post4 days ago Cooler Pacific has slowed global warming, briefly  ABC Online15 hours ago Climate science literacy unrelated to public acceptance of human-caused global warming  EurekAlert!3 days ago
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Nicholas Christakis to be next master of Silliman College

February 26, 2015 Nicholas Alexander Christakis, the Sol Goldman Family Professor of Social and Natural Science, has been named the next master of Silliman College. President Peter Salovey and Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway ...
 Yale University17 hours ago
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Computer program learns to defeat human gamers

News in Science Thursday, 26 February 2015 AFP (Source: Google DeepMind) Rise of the machine A software system which had taught itself to play 49 different video games and proceeded to defeat human professionals, has been developed by ...
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