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Data management challenges in analysis and synthesis in the ecosystem sciences

Authors: A Specht,  S Guru, L Houghton, L Keniger, P Driver, EG Ritchie, K Lai, A Treloar

Published in: Science of the Total Environment (online April 2015) 333 more words


The missing pillar of sustainability: culture

Sustainability as a concept is a term that we hear all the time. But aren’t we, in fact, catastrophically poor at recognising the unsustainability that threads through our daily lives and which is rapidly increasing. 944 more words


Bacteria tapped for eco-friendly industrial cleanup

Water plays a crucial role in industry. It helps generate electricity, mine for precious minerals and support numerous other functions that fuel the economy and provide society with the products and services essential to everyday life. 1,152 more words


Spell it out....

  • Teaching reading and writing is about supporting the development of communicators
  • The HOW (skills), WHAT (Knowledge) and WHY (Understanding) of being a communicator
  • Personal reflection aids teaching practice…
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Tiny technology to deliver big disease treatments

For the next 40 years, Minnesota’s older demographic will make up the largest part of the state’s population. During this period, neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and brain cancer, more prevalent in older adults, will pose a growing concern for the state. 1,090 more words


Building a framework for Parkinson’s research

Minnesota’s population continues to age, raising increasing concerns about chronic brain conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease, that can affect older adults.

More than 20,000 Minnesotans are living with Parkinson’s — a degenerative brain disorder that causes shaking, balance problems and slow movements and can lead to other complications — according to the… 1,037 more words


Weaving Theme's through all subjects Engages students

When building a curriculum teachers need to use different approaches to ensure their students are engaged in the lessons that are being taught. There are three approaches that effectively integrate across content areas. 447 more words

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