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عن إفشاء الثقافة العلمية في المجتمع الجزائري

تعتبر القدرة على إيصال المعلومة التقنية لغير ذوي الإختصاص من المهارات المهمة التي يجب أن يمتكلها و يطورها أي باحث ، و هذا لأسباب عديدة ، لا سيما و أن البحث العلمي نفسه يتجه نحو طبيعة تتسم بالتداخل بين التخصصات ، فنرى مثلا أن أهم التطورات العلمية تنتج اليوم عن مجهودات تستلزم تقاطع الإختصاصات و بالتالي تحتاج إلى تفاعل بين باحثين من مختلف المجالات و إلى القدرة على التواصل بين مستويات تقنية مختلفة

Science

Spoke about research to RSA Newcastle

Last night I spoke about my research to the RSA Newcastle crowd at one of our monthly get-togethers. It was the first time I had spoken to an eclectic crowd — previous talks had been to audiences in either HCI or digital religion — and it went over very well. 28 more words

Research

Study shows gender bias in science is real. Here's why it matters.

Gender biases cost money, and lives. Did you know that it was not until 1996 (50 years after the creation of the first “dummy”) that first… 53 more words

Miscellaneous Stuff We Like

Taking back control: Integrated Personal Commissioning

It’s easy to dismiss those who say people ‘have had enough of experts’, particularly if you work for a think tank. But in health and care, we’ve long known that expertise is not the sole territory of the professional | The King’s Fund Blog… 117 more words

01 (January 2017)

Belonging: happiness in the city, part three - on the day continued

Frances Rock, Cardiff University, concludes her report of the Belonging: Happiness in the city event Part one (preparation) is available here and part two (on the day) is available… 1,166 more words

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'Back to the Drawing Board' documentary film celebrates two design icons. Premieres 24 January, 2017.

Members of the public are invited to Keele University for the premiere of a new film which documents the creative lives of two of Britain’s most prolific post-war designers. 566 more words

MCC Programme News

Screening to Aberdeen City Council

Beth Lord screened Equal by Design to Aberdeen City Council’s planning department on 17 January 2017. The audience of around 20 followed up with a lively discussion of some of the issues in the film – including the suggestion that the next phase of the project should propose some practical Spinozistic solutions to the housing crisis.

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