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Science Magazine: How to keep up with the scientific literature

Science Magazine: How to keep up with the scientific literature. “Few aspects of scientific work may be as crucial—and yet as easy to neglect—as reading the literature. 93 more words

Useful Stuff

Why do hunters choose not to shoot?

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Hunting animals, like deer, is often important to keeping their population at a reasonable size. In areas where natural predators are few or nonexistent, the only way to control populations of certain species is through human hunting. 772 more words


Google DeepMind makes AI training platform publicly available

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Alphabet Inc’s artificial intelligence division Google DeepMind is making the maze-like game platform it uses for many of its experiments available to other researchers and the general public. 549 more words

Money Matters

Bonus Thing 24 - Behind the Scenes

By the time you read this, the first live run of the 23 Research Things programme will have just concluded with (hopefully) lots of success and accolades. 201 more words

Week 8

chemlibrarian reblogged this on Chemistry Library blog and commented:

It's like the 'how we did this bit' section at the end of each Planet Earth II episode!

NUS researchers identify possible new treatment strategy for ovarian cancer

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has made a recent discovery that could lead to a new treatment strategy for patients suffering from advanced ovarian cancer. 232 more words

Current Affairs

The brain has more than one multitasking mode

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Despite how much noise pop psychology makes about being left-brained or right-brained, the brain is really a very cohesive unit. The right and left hemispheres have some differences, but they communicate with each other via dedicated neural connections that bridge the two halves of the brain. 857 more words