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Synthetic Biology: Benefits, Risks, and Regulations | Triple Helix Online

Synthetic Biology: Benefits, Risks, and Regulations | Triple Helix Online | gordonramsey402@yahoo.com | Scoop.it
On one hand, synthetic biology may hold the answers to some of today’s most pressing issues; on the other, it may be the source of our worst nightmare.

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Mary Aiken is a Research Fellow and Cyberpsychologist at the Institute of Leadership at the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland. In this short clip Ma...

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AnneMarie Cunningham's curator insight, May 23, 2013 11:48 AM

Interesting question- how do we counteract the bystander effect online? What would you do if you saw someone being cyberbullied? How do we raise concerns without escalating?

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Responsible Tourism and Social Media Influence

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Tourism destinations are facing multiples challenges nowadays, many of which originate from new technologies, social media, mobile and the collaborative economy, among others. I spoke of this phenomenon in  Why The DMO Model is Broken as well as in Collaborative Economy in T


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Cooperation for bio-derived industrial chemicals

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Invista, one of the largest integrated producers of polymers and fibres, will work together with Ingenza, a leading industrial biotechnology and synthetic biology company, in order to develop new technologies to enable bio-derived processes for the production of industrial chemicals.

Invista believes biotechnology has the potential to significantly improve the cost and availability of several chemicals and raw materials that are used to produce its current products.


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Technology in (Medical) Education: Tools for Leveraging Open Education Resources

Technology in (Medical) Education: Tools for Leveraging Open Education Resources | gordonramsey402@yahoo.com | Scoop.it

We are experiencing the democratization of education.  There are numerous free and open resources for learning on the Web:

Khan AcademyYouTube UniversityTEDTalks While these sites have terrific videos, they have a limitation inherent to such content; they tend to be linear and difficult to change once published.  In order for them to be more useful to students, the teacher often may want some control over the content so she is not stuck with what the creator of the video created or intended.She may want to use only a part of the content of the video, and then link it to another part of another videoShe may want to add some questions or additional content to the videoShe may want her students to create a project that is like a collage - containing parts of videos they find and stitch together.The good news is that there are now many services that are popping up to help


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AnneMarie Cunningham's curator insight, September 12, 2013 2:36 PM

Why make your own learning resource when you can take what someone else has already produced and adapt it for your auduence. This great post by Neil introduces some of teh tools available.

Duncan Cole's curator insight, September 12, 2013 4:42 PM

Helpful tools to integravid existing videos with questions and discussions - worth a look for some ideas.

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95% of air travelers don’t use mobile for check in, booking, or other services

95% of air travelers don’t use mobile for check in, booking, or other services | gordonramsey402@yahoo.com | Scoop.it
It’s rare to see a mobile usage survey that’s based on a representative sample of global travelers, but the annual SITA/Air Transport World Passenger IT Trends Survey is precisely that — a statistically valid representation of the 299 million...

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