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When Science Goes Awry: The Missing Social In Scientific Pursuits
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When Science Goes Awry: The Missing Social In Scientific Pursuits

The collapse of Rana Plaza in 2013 is another instance of exploitation of the Third World Countries which are not in a position to make safety standards and improved working conditions binding on both the parties- the service and resource providing nation and ... The Viewspaper, 1 month ago
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Scientists Warn About Bias In The Facebook And Twitter Data Used In Millions Of Studies

Social media like Facebook and Twitter are far too biased to be used blindly by social science researchers, two computer scientists have warned. Writing in today's issue of Science , Carnegie Mellon's Juergen Pfeffer and McGill's Derek Ruths have ...
 Forbes.com5 hours ago Social networking sites misrepresents the real world, computer scientists warn  Sott.net7 hours ago

Using Social Media To Study Human Behaviour Is Cheap But Fraught With Dangers

Social media at first seemed like a gold mine of data for behavioral scientists wanting to understand what makes people do what they do. But computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and McGill University say the massive datasets mined ...
 Business Insider Australia7 hours ago Using social media for behavioral studies is cheap, fast, but fraught with biases  PhysOrg.com8 hours ago

Govt is investing heavily in social innovation systems: Pandor

Government is investing in various innovation systems to help resolve social problems in the country, says Minister of Science and Technology Naledi Pandor. "South Africa is now at the forefront of innovative programmes to provide decent service ...
 All4Women18 hours ago South Africa at forefront of driving innovation for social change  SA Dep. of Science & Technology1 day ago SA Innovates to Improve Services  Individual.com21 hours ago State investing in innovation systems  IOL22 hours ago

Odisha: KIIT Group, KISS Founder Achyuta Samanta Receives 2014 Gusi Peace Prize International

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Noted social entrepreneur and Founder of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) and KIIT Group of Institutions Achyuta Samanta received the'> Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Noted social ...
 OrissaDiary9 hours ago Samanta Receives 2014 Gusi Peace Prize International  APN News19 hours ago Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences founder Achyuta Samanta to get 2014 Gusi Peace Prize  DNA4 days ago International Institute for Population Sciences is recruiting project officers  India Today5 days ago

Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Admissions 2015 2017

Admissions in progress for: 1) M.A., M.Sc, M.P.H, M.H.A., L.L.M. - Over 50 programmes in the fields of Social Work, Media, Law, Public Health, Human Resource, Environment and many more 2) Online MA Programmes - 1. Child Rights and 2.
 Siasat Daily14 hours ago

Kids breathe easier with breast milk!

Get social It has been proved by science that babies who are breastfed are not only healthier, but can be saved from asthma altogether. Even partially breastfed infants do better than those on formula. Childhood asthma is on the ...
 InToday20 hours ago
Pacific Standard

Conference Call: The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences and Sustainability

Our Print Magazine November/December 2014 DECEMBER 01-03 The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences and Sustainability (Hiroshima, Japan) This historic city, which has become a symbol of resilience in the wake of catastrophe, is the ...
 Pacific Standard1 day ago Speech by the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee at the inauguration of the Commonwealth Science Conference  Business Standard India2 days ago Act as platform for flowering of ingenious ideas that benefit the common man, the President tells Commonwealth Science Conference  Business Standard India2 days ago
Arizona State University

ASU Sanford School a national leader in social sciences

The Sanford School is nationally recognized for excellence. School members are pictured here with the school's namesake, T. Denny Sanford (center). Read More The T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics is a national leader in ...
 Arizona State University2 days ago Corporation Schools Shine at National Science Congress  New Indian Express2 days ago School students vulnerable to cybercrime: Report  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Weekly Science ( Episode 5 )

Download SBS Radio App iOS App IN SOCIAL Subscribe Facebook More on SBS Radio Established in 1975 Starting in 1975 to promote Australia's new health care system Medi-Bank, SBS Radio has grown up with multicultural Australia and is now ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 day ago Facebook unveils standalone Groups app on Android and iPhone  Fone Arena1 week ago Facebook launches new app for ‘Groups’ for easy accessibility  DNA1 week ago Facebook Launches New Groups App For iOS And Android  Techtree1 week ago
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