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The Farce That Is Economics: Richard Feynman On The Social Sciences
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The Farce That Is Economics: Richard Feynman On The Social Sci...

Submitted by Erico Tavares of Sinclair & Co. Richard Feynman on the Social Sciences What do real scientists have to say about sciences that are not so real? Born in 1918, Richard Feynman was an American theoretical physicist known for his ... Zero Hedge, 1 week ago
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Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day at QMUL

Ada Lovelace Day is an annual celebration of the contributions of women to science, technology engineering, and mathematics. This year we wanted to keep our celebrations close to home by giving some of those working at QMUL the opportunity to ...
 Noodls1 week ago Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day  O'Reilly Network1 week ago Ada Lovelace, a Computer Programmer Ahead of Her Time  Mashable1 week ago
PhysOrg.com

Maximising ATARs: Why studying maths doesn't add up

07:54, Other Sciences/Social Sciences Less students are choosing to undertake more complex maths subjects because they want to maximise their tertiary admission score. Credit: Shutterstock The percentage of students taking intermediate or ...
 PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago Student exit from maths and science to go under microscope  Grenfell Record2 weeks ago
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Sexism in STEM Starts Early—So We Must Combat It Early Too

With education and awareness, adults can help foster girls' participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects by taking steps to break down gender stereotypes—and, in turn, create a more equal workforce in the ...
 RHRealityCheck1 day ago Sanofi Biogenius Canada unveils new identity for a new generation of young scientists  BusinessWeek3 weeks ago
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Manila Bulletin

Mathletes for the win

Filipino students conquer the 11th International Mathematics and Science Olympiad (IMSO) in Bali, Indonesia Share this: The road to Bali started months before with the young Math Olympians training every Saturday to hone their skills. Under the ...
 Manila Bulletin2 days ago
Asiaone

Female brains aren't pink, and male brains aren't blue

As academic scientists working in the life sciences, we are alarmed by the claims in the controversial Focus on the Family relationship workshop. The scientific research examining sex differences in brain wiring and function simply does not justify ...
 Asiaone1 week ago Overnight News Digest -- "The Male Brain" Edition  Daily Kos1 week ago Overnight News Digest: Science Saturday (Nobel Prizes 2014)  Daily Kos2 weeks ago

Australian innovation: Three stereotypes we need to turn upside down

Stimulating start-ups, innovation and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is critical for Australia's economy. But we need to challenge some of our beliefs about who can and can't do these things if we want to lay the groundwork ...
 Start Up Smart2 weeks ago CSIRO BHP Billiton Foundation collaboration supporting future scientists  Noodls3 weeks ago CSIRO BHP Billiton Foundation collaboration supporting future scientists  Australian Government3 weeks ago
Red Orbit

Being social: Learning from the behavior of birds

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 17-Sep-2014 KNOXVILLE—Science has learned a great deal about complex social behavior by studying nonhuman mammals and primates, but parrots might have something to teach too. With their unusually large brains relative to ...
 EurekAlert!1 month ago
ABC Online

Conflict or Mutual Enrichment? Why Science and Theology Need to Talk to Each Other

An Inaugural Lecture delivered on taking up the Andreas Idreos Professorship of Science and Religion at Oxford University, on 20 October 2014. Most of us know that heart-stopping feeling of awed wonder at the beauty and majesty of nature. I ...
 ABC Online4 days ago

Why is educational achievement highly heritable? [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences]

Eva Krapohl a , 1 , Kaili Rimfeld a , 1 , Nicholas G. Shakeshaft a , Maciej Trzaskowski a , Andrew McMillan a , Jean-Baptiste Pingault a , b , Kathryn Asbury c , Nicole Harlaar d , Yulia Kovas a , e , f , Philip S. Dale g , and Robert ...
 PNAS2 weeks ago
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