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Photography vocabulary games, Photography vocabulary puzzles

Photography vocabulary games, Photography vocabulary puzzles | technoscience | Scoop.it
Photography vocabulary games, Photography vocabulary puzzles - a free resource used in over 24,000 schools to enhance vocabulary mastery & written/verbal skills with Latin & Greek roots.

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Berenice Abbott’s Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960

Berenice Abbott’s Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960 | technoscience | Scoop.it
The abstract beauty of science, made dramatically visible.

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TERMINATOR – La prothèse la plus aboutie de tous les temps

TERMINATOR – La prothèse la plus aboutie de tous les temps | technoscience | Scoop.it

L'entreprise britannique RSL Steeper vient de commercialiser Bebionic3, une prothèse myoélectrique nouvelle génération destinée aux individus ayant subi des amputations d'avant-bras et de bras. Elle se contrôle grâce à des électrodes captant les contractions musculaires qui interviennent sur la partie supérieure de l'avant-bras. Le look très "Terminator" de la prothèse peut être compensé part le port d'un gant imitant plusieurs nuances de couleur de peau.


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Bioethicist put Physician-Assisted Suicide on Trial - National Right to Life News

Bioethicist put Physician-Assisted Suicide on Trial - National Right to Life News | technoscience | Scoop.it
Bioethicist put Physician-Assisted Suicide on TrialNational Right to Life NewsSomerville, one of Canada's best known bioethicists, was considering how the physician-assisted suicide debate impacts our society.
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Internet and Society – Social Theory in the Information Age

The study on Internet and  Society undertaken here  takes place within a  larger  framework that  has  during  the  last  years  been  labeled with  categories  like  Internet  research,  ICTs  and...

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lauryn burkhalter's comment, December 5, 2012 12:34 AM
This looks like a really interesting study. Thank you !
Alejandro Peñalosa C.'s comment, December 5, 2012 1:14 PM
You're wellcome!!
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Samedi-sciences (68): construire un cerveau _ Mediapart

Samedi-sciences (68): construire un cerveau  _ Mediapart | technoscience | Scoop.it

Il s’appelle « Spaun », et il possède 2,5 millions de neurones électroniques. Ses créateurs, une équipe de chercheurs canadiens dirigée par Chris Eliasmith, à l’université de Waterloo (Ontario), présentent Spaun comme le cerveau artificiel le plus complexe et le plus réaliste existant à ce jour.


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Super Sizing the Mind - Andy Clark

When historian Charles Weiner found pages of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman's notes, he saw it as a "record" of Feynman's work. Feynman himself, however, insisted that the notes were not a record but the work itself.

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Raritania: Postmodernism and Self-Censorship

Uncertainty and doubt has always been part of intellectual and cultural life -including that exceptionally large doubt as to whether anything is knowable (an issue that seems as old as philosophical speculation itself). Equally, intellectual and artistic expression has always entailed risk. There was always a premium on pleasing everybody, and offending nobody (or at least, nobody who counts).

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What Information Wants » Cyborgology

What Information Wants » Cyborgology | technoscience | Scoop.it

"In the aftermath of what both sides agree was the most substanceless presidential election in our nation’s history, some variation of the phrase “post-truth
politics” has begun haunting the pages of op-eds and news show roundtables (Seriously, its everywhere. Here’s the first five that I found: one , two , three , four ,
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Arabica coffee could be extinct in the wild within 70 years

Arabica coffee could be extinct in the wild within 70 years | technoscience | Scoop.it
Climate change alone could lead to the extinction of wild Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica) well before the end of this century.

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How To Start Curating Content: Tips and Tools Advice from Amy Schmittauer

Robin Good: Amy Schmittauer has some good basic tips if you are new to content curation and are curious to know which tools you could use to get your feet wet.

 

In this yet undiscovered three-minute video from this past summer, Amy introduces and explains the pros and cons of using Paper.li, Storify and Google Alerts.

 

Useful for beginners. Informative. 7/10

 

Original video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iSRd8mK5KI&feature=colike


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Open Access: 'we no longer need expensive publishing networks'

Open Access: 'we no longer need expensive publishing networks' | technoscience | Scoop.it
While academia is in the midst of a general funding crisis, multinational publishing houses are making vast profits from disseminating publicly funded research.
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New Non-Photoshopped Body Art by Chooo-san

New Non-Photoshopped Body Art by Chooo-san | technoscience | Scoop.it
Can you believe that these body modifications are created without using any digital editing software?

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That's a horrible and talented art
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Berenice Abbott’s Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960

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The abstract beauty of science, made dramatically visible.

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Empathy In Creativity and Design Thinking

Empathy In Creativity and Design Thinking | technoscience | Scoop.it

The new RSA animate video, The Power of Outrospection is quite thought provoking and has gotten me thinking about all kinds of links between empathy and creativity.In the video, philosopher Roman Krznaric explores the idea that we live in a time that demands more empathic adventurers in all aspects of life. Empathy not just so we act better towards others, but also because it helps us create better innovations, services and quality of life. I was struck by the video because I think there is something in the zeitgeist these days that highlights the importance of empathy for creating.


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Emerging biotechnologies | Nuffield Council on Bioethics

Emerging biotechnologies | Nuffield Council on Bioethics | technoscience | Scoop.it
Emerging biotechnologies such as synthetic biology and nanotechnology have the potential to provide benefits for health, the environment and the economy, but they also raise concerns.
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bioethics panel: Terminal patients do have right to reject treatment - Haaretz

bioethics panel: Terminal patients do have right to reject treatment - Haaretz | technoscience | Scoop.it
Haaretzbioethics panel: Terminal patients do have right to reject treatmentHaaretzStatement comes in response to euthanasia tragedy over weekend; some professionals blame failure to implement Health Ministry directive mandating palliative care...
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Raritania: Of Right and Left Transhumanism

The way we think about the possibility of transcending "the human condition" strongly reflects the way in which we think about humanity and society in general. Transhumanist thought has been no exception, evident across the political spectrum - but tending to differ in line with the thinker's other political attitudes.

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Future of digital humanities

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The only sensible thing to say about what the state will be in 40 years of a field of knowledge so new as digital humanities is that the humanities will be digital, ...communications.uwo.ca/.../future_of_digital_humanities_.htm...

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Schizophrenia shouldn't be a life sentence. But it will be

Schizophrenia shouldn't be a life sentence. But it will be | technoscience | Scoop.it

They call it the Abandoned Illness, in the Schizophrenia commission's report – but not, they emphasise, because it is an illness society can afford to abandon. In fact, schizophrenia costs the health service more than cancer or heart disease. It's the most common cause of hospitalisation, and – since it won't go away on its own – will last a lifetime with the level of care patients often receive.

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Collect and Organize Your Favorite Pages with StumbleUpon Lists

Robin Good: StumbleUpon has recently itroduced "list", a new feature which allows you to collect and organize, in a Pinterest-like fashion, your favorite sites/web pages/resources into dedicated sets.

 

The new "list" functionality can be accessed from the StumbleUpon toolbar or from within your account.

 

Lists can be set to "public" or "private" and are fully free to use.

 

Try it out now: http://www.stumbleupon.com

 

 


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LinkedIn Blog » Out of Network, Yet Still Linked: How I Built a New Network with LinkedIn

LinkedIn Blog » Out of Network, Yet Still Linked: How I Built a New Network with LinkedIn | technoscience | Scoop.it
TY 4 RT @intellegojobs 7 steps to building a new network on LinkedIn http://t.co/pkl93bvv #networking #networkingtips...
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