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MIT SHASS Oct 8
— Did the Egyptians use quantitative arguments for pyramid policy? In his recent book, MIT historian tells the story of when and why starting counting in political debates.
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Jessie Tenenbaum Apr 15
Update from - next steps (& all action to date) driven by science, . Widespread testing, aggressive contact tracing, data-informed policy decisions are our best tools
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Craig Helmstetter 14 Oct 16
Listening in to how its done in CO. Among Minnesota's partners on ==> & more
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Kara Patterson 3 May 16
As a scientist & true Canadian nerd, I love this . story!
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Michael Nelson 2 Apr 19
Post 'net neutrality' internet needs new measurement tools, Princeton experts tell policymakers via @physorg_comd
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Heather O'Beirne Kelly, PhD 24 Aug 18
In case you haven’t noticed, my and my colleagues in and have been on 🔥 lately — we turn research evidence into action at the policy level to and ensure
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Peter B. Bach, MD 1 Nov 17
Yes, removing distorting incentives for providers a critical step. Kudos to , .
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Denver Elections 14 Oct 16
Director of presenting on how data drives customer service concepts.
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Kee Park 3 Oct 17
Excellent work Your paper surely will lead to modifications to further improve the equipment pgm
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Wesley Bell 17 Apr 19
“We have an opportunity here to effectuate sustainable change & progress. We have the eyes of the world watching.”
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Ryan Elmore 14 Oct 16
Crappy data visualization doesn't escape the discussion. Sigh.
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Jillian Peterson PhD 9 Nov 18
THANK YOU to the 300 people who came out tonight to discuss prevention of mass shootings.
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Stacey Champion Jan 30
I am beyond elated to see scientists at . is key to protect .
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Phil Crehan 28 Feb 19
Don't miss 's guest appearance on the on "Queer Money Fear$" !!
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Jessie Tenenbaum Apr 19
Second briefing from NC researchers modeling in our state- "A Data-Driven Approach for Informing North Carolina’s Reopening Strategy."
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Turkish Fintech 3 Mar 17
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Nicolás Estupiñán 🇨🇴 1 Jun 17
Data utility, certainly where cities need to move. Fast.
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PoliVisu Jan 30
Issy-les-Moulineaux’s city officials give feedback on their experiences using our data visualisation tools to support decision making...
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Julia Kloiber 8 Sep 18
The right to play. has been mapping how much/how little public space is dedicated to the 5 Million kids of Mexico City.
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Meghan Walls Feb 13
Talked to today about what active shooter drills may be doing to our kiddos. Bottom line: we need to be trauma informed. You don’t set fires during a fire drill.
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