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The idea that social workers can predict who will become terrorists is science fiction

The idea that social workers can predict who will become terro...

Photo: Ray Tang/REX We live with the ever present risk of terrorism and violent extremism. It is part of life in contemporary Britain. Yet social work is sleep walking into a worrying new area that of pre-crime. This means, in social work ..., 1 month ago
ACQ Magazine

Book Entry: Better Living Through Social Science Research

Book Entry By JONATHAN A. KNEE Academic work in the social sciences often elicits puzzlement from those outside the scholarly realm. Even after one cuts through the layers of technical jargon, the nature of the questions asked can be ...
 ACQ Magazine1 week ago The Left's science is really science fiction  Redstate14 hours ago The US is still learning how to teach kids about science  ArsTechnica14 hours ago Nation builders  Manila Bulletin1 week ago
ABC Online

Life's little risks all add up

Dr Karl › Dr Karl's Great Moments In Science Which is more of a risk to your health: living in New York for two days or eating 1000 bananas? Dr Karl weighs up the micromorts of life. By Karl S. Kruszelnicki 1000 bananas = 1 micromort of ...
 ABC Online1 week ago
Research & Development

Combating the Life Science Data Avalanche

Bioinformatics helps with big data problems. Big data has become a growing issue in science, as these data sets are so large and complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate. This is especially true for the life science ...
 Research & Development1 month ago Carpe IDMP: Leveraging the Commoditization of Scientific Data  EyeForPharma.com1 month ago The A-Z of data science  Silicon Republic1 week ago History: the key to decoding big data  Times Higher Education Supplement2 weeks ago
Channel NewsAsia

Schools give students lessons beyond the classroom

SINGAPORE: To nurture an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Zhonghua Secondary School has been providing scientific research opportunities and service-learning projects within the learning process for pupils to apply their ...
 Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago

Economists versus economics

Ever since the late 19th century, when economics, increasingly embracing mathematics and statistics, developed scientific pretensions, its practitioners have been accused of a variety of sins. The charges—including hubris, neglect of social goals ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago Economists vs. Economics By Dani Rodrik  Naija247News3 weeks ago
Mail & Guardian Online

At the vanguard of transformation

Chair in Work —Integrated Learning: Professor C Winberg, Cape Peninsula University of Technology Social Sciences, Tier Level 2 The Research Chair in Work-Integrated Learning seeks to build knowledge in professional, vocational and technical ...
 Mail & Guardian Online3 weeks ago

Richard Dawkins moralizing atheism: Science, self-righteousness and militant belief — and disbelief

Excerpted from "In Search of Sir Thomas Browne: The Life and Afterlife of the 17th Century's Most Inquiring Mind" I have chosen to dally on this graveyard pathway by St Stephen's Church on my way to the Chapelfield shopping centre, where I have ...
 Salon1 month ago

From humble patent clerk to the world's most beloved genius: the fascinating life of Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein at his desk in 1929. Albert Einstein is revered for his scientific intellect,which laid the foundations for modern-day physics and earned him introductions with some of the most exclusive people on Earth. His opinions on ...
 BusinessInsider.sg5 days ago 25 Quotes That Take You Inside Albert Einstein's Revolutionary Mind  Time1 month ago Albert Einstein's stupendous work: It's all relative  Jerusalem Post2 months ago
Taiwan Today

Presidential Science Prize winners unveiled

Life AS Academician Wu Kun-yu is one of the three recipients of this year's Presidential Science Prize. (Courtesy of NHRI) Winners of the 2015 Presidential Science Prize were announced Sept. 9 in Taipei City, recognizing the lifelong contributions ...
 Taiwan Today3 weeks ago
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