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Pavel Drábek Jun 13
Replying to @pavel_drabek
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IIT Gandhinagar Jun 17
The Centre for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, intends to promote the area of cognitive and brain sciences through exceptional research and development activities. Know more about the Centre and its work, through this blog:
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Dr K Goldschmitt Jun 13
reading a book related to an article I’m writing, and the author opens with grand statements about my area based on faulty assumptions. I wonder how many scholars would close the book because it’s too close to their research "baby."
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CELE Jun 12
'What can Action Research Offer for Our Response to Threats?' Professor Andy Townsend from about to open the plenary for our Conference on *threat*
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A/Prof Ronika K. Power Jun 16
Yes Elaine! Go for it! 👊🏼💥 As it happens, I’m hoping to be in Cambridge for sabbatical at some stage early next year - would love to meet you & your colleagues to talk more ! In the meantime, also reach out to my dear friends and colleagues
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Wolfgang Gruber Jun 11
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Elaine Brown Jun 16
Fantastic Ronika! That’s so exciting! Can’t wait to talk 😁👍
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Debs Thorpe Jun 14
Replying to @DARIAHeu @RIAdawson
I think Gabi Lombardo said that only 3% of those evaluating the 'Health' intervention area have an AHSS background!
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P-P Dechant Jun 15
That’s what I’m up to tmw morning - couldn’t be more excited!
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Wolfgang Gruber Jun 11
additional international experience and knowledge for the iLab at FH St. Pölten
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SHAPE-ID Jun 14
Great progress in planning our workshops on , & at our collaborative Co-Design Workshop in Rome.
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Wolfgang Gruber Jun 11
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Mike Karim, ABD Jun 13
Turns out is a thing across the academy. When I was an undergrad in Jeff Reimer's lab ( was my O-Chem TA!!!), no one told us that working w/physicists & EE's and their methods wasn't ChemEng... now: yikes... thanks
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Wolfgang Gruber Jun 11
interesting evening program yesterday with dinner, sauna & yakuzi by the seaside and now it continues with the conference 2nd day
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Isabelle Heyerick Jun 11
Conference season kicked off. Always happy to talk about . This time exploring the benefits of verbal reports for Interpreting Studies. 📸
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Isabelle Heyerick Jun 11
Interdisciplinary! Functional linguistics, corpus stylisticsv& sociohistorical research in literary translation.
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Dr Coreen Anne McGuire Jun 10
Replying to @RJMacnaughton
brings up a point v. close to my own experiences. Interdisciplinary ECRs need to show excellence in own disciplines as well as publishing across fields.
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Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study Jun 14
Replying to @NIAS_KNAW
A lively Q&A on between alumni, current fellows and honored guest Peter Burke during the 36th
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A/Prof Ronika K. Power Jun 13
Replying to @SenKimCarr @ScienceAU
Thank you so much for your kind words, Senator Carr! You’ve been a huge source of support & inspiration for me & all the during your time as Shadow Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science & Research. Would love to chat more on !
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SHAPE-ID Jun 14
The team after a very productive meeting in Rome, planning our participatory learning case workshops on , and to be held from Dec 2019 to May 2020.
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