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Stanford Red Barn Leadership Program, Formally launched this spring, the Stanford Red Barn Leadership Program offers leadership, team building and youth development training, using horses to teach life lessons that participants can use inside and outside the stable. #stanford #research #researchtv #knowledgetv

   

Video Image Scientists Probe Lithium-Sulfur Batteries in...

Scientists Probe Lithium-Sulfur Batteries in Real Time, Johanna Nelson uses powerful X-ray imaging to study lithium-sulfur batteries, a promising technology that could some day power electric vehicles. Working with scientists at SLAC and Stanford University, Nelson took microscope snapshots of individual sulfur particles -- the first real-time imaging of a lithium-sulfur battery in operation. #stanford #science #research #researchtv #knowledgetv #researchscience

   

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What makes good research - #knowledge #research

   

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The Challenges - #knowledge #research

   

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Search and Analyse - #knowledge #education #research

   

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Scholarly Communications - #knowledge #education #research

   

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Information Overload - #knowledge #education #research

   

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Digital World - #knowledge #education #research

   

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Children's Literacy & Numeracy Research #research #children #education

   

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Emotional Wellbeing Research #research #education #children

   

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Researchers Determine How Inflammatory Cells Function | A research team led by investigators at New York University and NYU School of Medicine has determined how cells that cause inflammatory ailments, such as Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and arthritis, differentiate from stem cells and ultimately affect the clinical outcome of these diseases. #research #education

   

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NYU Biologists Uncover Dynamic Between Biological Clock and Neuronal Activity | Biologists at New York University have uncovered one way that biological clocks control neuronal activity—a discovery that sheds new light on sleep-wake cycles and offers potential new directions for research into therapies to address sleep disorders and jetlag. #education #research

   

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NYU Researchers Recognized for Discovering Novel Spin-Based Memory | A discovery by New York University physicists that has potential to significantly enhance computer memory has been cited by Applied Physics Letters as “one of the most notable” articles the journal has published over the past four years. The work appears in the journal’s “50th Anniversary Collection,” which includes the most noteworthy articles it has published over the last 50 years. #research

   

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It is widely believed that adolescents engage in risky behaviors because of an innate tolerance for risks, but a study by researchers at New York University, Yale’s School of Medicine, and Fordham University has found this is not the case. Their findings show adolescents appear to differ from their older peers in the taste for the uncertain. When faced with situations that have highly uncertain outcomes, most age groups react with distaste. #research

   

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Discovery 2011 | Groundbreaking research from Princeton University. Our annual research report contains novel #research findings, feature articles, books and awards from Princeton University researchers. Why research? We pursue research at #Princeton to advance the understanding of our universe and our role in it, to increase fundamental human knowledge, and to serve the public welfare. These endeavors are critical at a time when the world faces daunting challenges of monumental proportions.

   

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Record-Setting Heat Across the U.S. in 2012 - Graphic - NYTimes.com | #maps #geography #environment #science #research

   

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The NASA Scientist Who Answers Your #2012 Apocalypse Emails | In his day job, Dr. David Morrison is the senior scientist at NASA's #Astrobiology Institute in the Ames Research Center in California. There he specializes in asteroid impact, terrestrial defense from same, planetary exploration and the search for extraterrestrial life. The asteroid 2410 Morrison was named in his honor because "his #research into the infrared radiometric properties of asteroids has been fundamental in revealing.

   

Video Image "Looking Like a State" - Matt Andrews,...

"Looking Like a State" - Matt Andrews, associate professor of public policy. "Looking Like a State: Techniques of Persistent Failure in State Capability for Implementation," takes a look at how (as opposed to why) "developing countries and international agencies sustain a dynamic enabling both parties to engage in the business of reform while rarely actually achieving it." #Knowledgetv #talks #Education #ResearchTV #research #Socialsciencesresearch

   

Video Image Iris Bohnet on Gender Gaps in the Workplace...

Iris Bohnet on Gender Gaps in the Workplace - Behavioral economist Iris Bohnet studies gender gaps in economic opportunity and how these and related issues affect the workings of governments, economies, organizations, and individual interactions. Bohnet is a professor of public policy, the director of the Women and Public Policy Program, and the new Academic Dean of HKS. #ResearchTV #research #Socialsciencesresearch #business #interviewtv #Knowledgetv

   

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New Report Finds That West Antarctica Is Warming at an Alarming Rate | In a region where melting could contribute *10 feet* of global sea-level rise, new measurements show temperatures ticking up twice as fast as previously thought. #environment #Science #Research #Climatechange #knowledgefix #Justlearned

   

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The Relation of Price of Antiretroviral Drugs and Foreign Assistance with Coverage of #HIV Treatment in Africa: Retrospective Study Journal Article, Authors Eran Bendavid, Jay Bhattacharya, Nicole Smith, Eric Leroux, Grant Miller | PUBLISHED BY BMJ, Vol. 2010 no. 341, page(s) c6218 18 November 2010. #Medicine #Science #Research #Medicalresearch

   

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Stanford Researchers Measure Impact of Football Concussions - Preventing concussions in football requires first knowing what types of hits cause them. #Stanford scientists have developed technologies that will help unlock that mystery. #research #researchscience #researchmedicine #science #researchtv #knowledgetv

   

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Stanford Scientists Create All-Carbon Solar Cell - #research #researchtv #knowledgetv #sciencetv #science #researchscience

   

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Politics is biggest factor in climate uncertainty : Nature News & Comment | #environment #politics #climatechange #society #science #economics #research #nature

   

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A New Study Claims To Figure Out How To Correctly Evaluate Teachers | How to figure out how to incorporate test scores, teachers’ classroom manner, and any number of other factors into a holistic measurement of teacher ability has stymied everyone. But the end result of a three-year study by the Gates Foundation in schools around the country claims to have an answer. #Education #Research #teaching

   

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Hot Chocolate Tastes Better In An Orange Cup | The color of tableware influences the way we perceive our food. A creamsicle-colored set of mugs will make your hot chocolate taste and smell sweeter than it would taste served in plain white or stark red, according to European scientists. This adds to the growing set of studies that claim the vessel in which our food is served can have a dramatic effect on the way our senses perceive the food. #food #drinks #science #research #justlearned

   

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Ability of brain to protect itself from damage revealed | The origin of an innate ability the brain has to protect itself from damage that occurs in stroke has been explained for the first time. #Science #medicine #research #scienceresearch #justlearned #health

   

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How Many Languages is it Possible to Know? | Michael Erard, in his fascinating book Babel No More, travels around the world in search of hyperpolyglots, people who study and learn large numbers of languages. He sheds light on the secrets of their success, and explains why it can be hard to put an exact number on language knowledge. #languages #research #books #justlearned #knowledgefix #education

   

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Bee Venom-Loaded Nanoparticles Kill HIV | Bee venom could prevent the spread of HIV. Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that the toxin in bee venom, called melittin, puts holes in the protective protein coating that surrounds viruses and bacteria, killing them without harming healthy human cells. #medicine #health #science #news #hiv #society #research #reseachscience

   

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Art In Science | 2013 Cool Science Image Contest Slideshow | Scientific imagery, of course, is intended to help scientists. It is a critical form of data in many fields and can yield important and sometimes striking insights into nature and the way things work. But the pictures and other images of science can also have remarkable aesthetic qualities that the non-scientist can appreciate. #science #art #photography #geekiscool #research #news #justlearned #knowledgefix #whatshot

   

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