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For preschoolers, math means more than counting to 10
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Class X students breathe easy with social science

After cracking tough mathematics, the paper of social science on Wednesday came as a breather for about 1,20,398 students of class 10. Though lengthy, the paper was easy, said seemingly relaxed students after the exam. Akanksha Khatri, a student of ... AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 week ago
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Why The World Should Know The Names of These 5 Women In STEM

In 2011, women made up only one quarter of the American workforce in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and their presence in computer occupations has dropped in the past 20 years. The few trailblazing women who are in STEM ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago What Inspires Women to Get Into Technology?  Huffington Post UK1 week ago

The African Scientist in a Fast-Changing World [opinion]

Thank you for inviting me to join you as we celebrate the life and times of a great African - Professor Ali Al'Amin Mazrui (24 February 1933 - 12 October 2014), my friend of long-standing with whom I shared common views on the historical roots and ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago
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The Science of Cities Applies to Ancient Mexico, Too

The more scientists study urban development, the more they realize that cities are like nothing else in nature . The social interactions that occur in a dense setting have a multiplier effect: they create more wealth, greater ideas, and larger ...
 The Atlantic Cities1 month ago Ancient cities grew pretty much like modern ones, say scientists  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago Letting Cities Develop Naturally  Asian Scientist1 month ago History Repeats Itself: Ancient Cities Grew Much Like Modern Ones  LiveScience.com1 month ago
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Characterizing Social Media Metrics of Scholarly Papers: The Effect of Document Properties and Collaboration Patterns

Introduction The measurement of scientific publications and citations has a long tradition. As far back as the early 20th century, scholars studied the characteristics of scientific papers and their bibliographies, mainly in a library management ...
 Plosone.org1 week ago
Times Higher Education Supplement

Half Life: The Divided Life of Bruno Pontecorvo, Physicist or Spy, by Frank Close

A biography of a secretive scientist comes with a cast worthy of a le Carré novel, says Jon Turney At the midpoint of the last century, memories of two world wars were receding but the mutual suspicions of two great power blocs threatened a third.
 Times Higher Education Supplement2 weeks ago
University of Arizona

Diversifying the Workforce for Tomorrow's Jobs

As the nation works to educate and graduate an additional 1 million students in the high-demand science, engineering, mathematics and technology fields in the next decade — a priority theObama administration announced in 2012 — the University of ...
 University of Arizona1 month ago

Zealots Help Sway Popular Opinions

(Inside Science) -- Opinions rarely form in a vacuum. People are heavily influenced by the opinions of others in their social networks, whether they be real or virtual. Some people are not open to new ideas. These are the zealots, who proselytize an ...
 Inside Science News Service1 month ago
New Zealand Herald

Hipster beards just a way to get women

Beards have become thicker and bigger, and now scientists believe they have a new explanation; men are using it as a badge of dominance to attract women. Photo / Thinstock Last year scientists declared we had reached a "peak beard" situation. ...
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago

STEM grant helps three professors help EVSC students

Outside metropolitan cities and college towns such as Bloomington and West Lafayette, careers in science and technology fields continue to lag throughout Indiana. A recently approved grant was created to change that. Careers in science, ...
 Individual.com5 days ago
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