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Mohammed Almazrouei 6h
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The best ideas, in my opinion, arise from inter-disciplinary research
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Bethan Evans Apr 20
Though of course I have to suggest that there is much to be added to this discussion through engagement with cultural geography and critical cartography research, theory and literature
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Andi Hess Apr 14
Honored to have won our college’s Outstanding Early Career Teacher award this year. Forever grateful for all of my students and the variety of ways I’m allowed to teach them in our fantastic department.
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Dana H. Maloney Apr 15
“Wondering is a useful way to begin to speak of a shared vocabulary of mystery we might embrace across our disciplines, our contrasting certainties, and our doubts.”—
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David Stephenson, Ph.D. Apr 20
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Ann-Louise Davidson Apr 20
Let me just put it this way: if you want to know what is, just ask . If you want to do it, just join or come to to chill with us,
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karim_mitha Apr 18
When a colleague says that every team should include an anthropologist and psychologist.
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Carl Gombrich Apr 12
The great biologist George Church on .
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SHAPE-ID Apr 18
This article makes an important point. Far broader and deeper engagement with AHSS perspectives is needed to address the challenges new technologies raise. via
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Cyrill Martin Apr 18
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Klara J Winkler Apr 16
I discussed today for two hours a manuscript on & with an ecologist. Now, the manuscript is much better & stronger - that’s what is about! I wish we all had more time to talk, ask and discuss.
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Latifa Jackson Apr 12
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Jesús Martínez Frías Apr 15
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Isabelle Freiling Apr 15
, here we come: Today I (a communication researcher) am presenting a study with my colleague on a psychologists' conference. I hope I'll get it all right and understandable ;)
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David Stephenson, Ph.D. Apr 14
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Micromachines Apr 17
Integrating into Biological Investigations: the Benefits of (by Dr. Gianluca Grenci et al. from )
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Dr. Christina E. Hoicka Apr 15
Marking final papers right now but I'm really looking forward to listening to this when I can give it my full attention!! you picked a great interviewee on and
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David Stephenson, Ph.D. Apr 14
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Dr. Louise Platt Apr 13
I am presenting this afternoon. Shifting the emphasis onto the doing rather than the done...this is why I need
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David Stephenson, Ph.D. Apr 15
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