Just right before midnight at the close of a sizzling summer months working day in 1916, a pure gas pocket exploded 120 toes beneath the waves of Lake Erie. It occurred for the duration of work on Cleveland’s newest waterworks tunnel, a 10-foot-vast underwater artery designed to pull in h2o […]
Plants have advanced an spectacular assortment of strategies to ward off hungry, leaf-chomping insects. Properly-recognised defenses contain foul-tasting harmful toxins, sticky resins and sharp thorns, and now scientists have discovered however an additional instance: microscopic wrinkles that make leaves more durable to stroll on. Wrinkles form in many leaves’ cuticles—coatings […]
“Experts are often having it wrong” is now a acquainted trope. As a historian of science, I disagree: I think heritage exhibits that scientific industry experts generally get matters ideal. But examples in which industry experts have long gone improper give the option to improved have an understanding of the […]
Introduction This article explores how lecture capture technologies and practices are reconfiguring the spaces and times of higher education. Building on work where we investigated the social topologies of online students (Bayne et al., 2013), and assemblages of nearness (Ross et al., 2013), we began the work discussed here by […]
Intergovernmental approaches to citizenship education in Europe This section describes the CoE’s and the EU’s current approaches towards policymaking on citizenship education. Both organisations use a characteristic set of policy tools based on their organisational structures and the resources at their disposal. For the purpose of analysis, the distinction between […]
Introduction In Finland, as in other European countries, a widely shared discourse is that access to higher education (HE) should be open and fair regardless of one’s social background. The need to widen access policies has been recognized as part of the European policy agenda, and strong emphasis has been […]
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The U.S. Division of Strength (DOE) and personal business need to invest now in get to have an operational fusion pilot plant in the 2035-2040 time frame, claims Bringing Fusion to the U.S. Grid, a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medication.
A new rapid skilled consultation from the Nationwide Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine identifies strategies for unexpected emergency planners and determination-makers to take into account as they update their disaster strategies for evacuation, sheltering, and mass treatment amid COVID-19.
The present-day body of evidence on dementia care does not mirror the activities of numerous populations, together with folks of different races, ethnicities, ages, genders, sexual orientations, and capabilities, suggests a new report from the Countrywide Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Every yr, important amounts of drugs remaining more than and unused from solitary-dose vials are discarded, but for the reason that of the way medicine are priced and compensated for in the United States, the value of the discarded volume are unable to be recouped, says a new congressionally mandated […]