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Nature reviewers not persuaded by initial STAP stem cell papers

Nature reviewers not persuaded by initial STAP stem cell papers | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Tough peer-review of “magical” approach didn’t stop ultimate publication of now retracted stem cell papers (Nature reviewers not persuaded by initial STAP stem cell papers: Tough peer-review of “magical” approach didn’...
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Irina Tikhomirova on Twitter: "Poaching Crisis Continues: More Than 730 Rhinos Killed In South Africa So Far This Yr |@dodo: https://t.co/ETAvFflEGl http://t.co/OF0KWR159s"

Irina Tikhomirova on Twitter: "Poaching Crisis Continues: More Than 730 Rhinos Killed In South Africa So Far This Yr |@dodo: https://t.co/ETAvFflEGl http://t.co/OF0KWR159s" | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Poaching Crisis Continues: More Than 730 Rhinos Killed In South Africa So Far This Yr |@dodo: https://t.co/ETAvFflEGl http://t.co/OF0KWR159s
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Oxford study predicts 15 more countries are at risk of Ebola exposure - Washington Post

Oxford study predicts 15 more countries are at risk of Ebola exposure - Washington Post | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal Oxford study predicts 15 more countries are at risk of Ebola exposure Washington Post A new model by Oxford University, published in the journal eLife, takes a look at the most likely explanation -- that Ebola's animal...
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Malawi tightens budget strings to placate foreign aid donors

Malawi tightens budget strings to placate foreign aid donors | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Corruption fallout forces president to devise zero-aid budget, but deficit looms with no tax rises and ministers demanding pay hike, reports Jimmy Kainja (RT @GdnDevelopment: #Malawi tightens budget strings to placate foreign aid donors
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Media Literacy: Why It's Important for Your Child to be Media Savvy - Educate Empower Kids

Media Literacy: Why It's Important for Your Child to be Media Savvy - Educate Empower Kids | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
It's difficult is explaining why advertising can be purposely misleading. On the other hand, I don't want my kids to be naïve forever (#Teaching #kids to question the #media #messages around them.
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Nelson Mandela urges children to read – Nelson Mandela Foundation

Nelson Mandela urges children to read – Nelson Mandela Foundation | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Mr Mandela is presented with a copy of the children’s version of his autobiography Long Walk to Freedom by his great-grandson Ziyanda Manaway September 10, 2009 – Nelson Mandela today received copies of the official children’s version of his...
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Intro: Intellectual Property, a Series | (1 of 62) | MconneX

Intellectual Property for Start Ups | MconneX at Michigan Engineering This series of videos, designed to assist entrepreneurs during their start up period, c...
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Groundbreaking scientific research shows that productivity and engagement in healthcare are excellent to improve.

Researchoffice Werxx has together with Erasmus University, Morum Mutatio and EuroHRM improved the sustainable employability, the engagement, and productivity of workers in healthcare.
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Use of 'language of deceit' betrays scientific fraud - tech - 29 August 2014 - New Scientist

Use of 'language of deceit' betrays scientific fraud - tech - 29 August 2014 - New Scientist | Research Capacity-Building in Africa | Scoop.it
Distinguishing scientific papers known to be fraudulent from those that contain genuine results can be done simply by comparing the writing styles (Can written language reveal research fraud?
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Information Fluency Video

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We received so many requests for videos of the Fluencies, we have created one for each of them. Here is the Information Fluency video. Please share this link with your friends and colleagues. More ...

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