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Emily Speed

Emily Speed, PhD Student
Psychology, Utah State University


What is your work/research topic? Currently I’m researching how language of instruction in school affects how kids think about math. 1,528 more words


Dear Little One: I Know You...

I didn’t need to see it. See them. I’d already lived it, or at least my own version. Because if anything, I’ve learned we’re all different, but not in the pain. 626 more words

My Epilepsy

"Koodi 00 Kolmiosairaala, neljäs kerros, B-siipi"

Koodi 00 – hälytys tulee tutuksi kaikille, jotka hengailevat tarpeeksi kauan sairaaloissa. Se tarkoittaa elvytyshälytystä ja silloin elvytysryhmä hyökkää ennätysvauhtia hädässäolevan potilaan luokse. Tämän sai kokea viime yönä Aikun isoäiti. 174 more words

Childhood Cancer

Open Senses symposium

This friday 19th May I am showing my syncretic, participatory artwork in its latest version ‘The Phronteserion’ between 3 and 9pm in The Institute of Philosophy, Bloomsbury, London. 187 more words

Science And Art

EEG hardware hack uses blink detection and predictive text for hands-free typing

Hardware is hard at the best of times. But software developer Patrick Morris-Suzuki set himself the ambitious challenge of creating a blink-detecting system for hands-free typing during an overnight hackathon here at TechCrunch Disrupt New York 2017. 527 more words


Hanna Isotalus

Hanna Isotalus, PhD Student in Medicine
University of Bristol


What is your work/research topic? I attempt to unravel how a brain structure called the hippocampus and a neurotransmitter called dopamine contribute to memory organization and storage in ageing and amnesic disease. 1,608 more words

Women In STEM

13th Emerging Economies Group meeting held

  • 13th Emerging Economies Group meeting was hosted on 08-09 May 2017 in Mumbai. This event was last hosted in India in the year 2011. The EEG is a good technical platform for emerging economies to communicate and exchange views on the development and implementation of IFRS Standards.
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