*  Digital Commons @ IWU - John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference: Substitution Chemistry of the Hexamolybdate Ion: The...

Science Commons, Center for Natural Science, Illinois Wesleyan University. Start Date. 18-4-1998 9:00 AM ...
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*  University of Lübeck - Wikipedia

The university has a Faculty of Medicine and a Faculty of Technology and Natural Sciences. It offers professional degrees and ... Master and doctoral degrees in science and engineering disciplines with applications to medicine. Further, in winter semester ... In Computer Science and Molecular Life Science, the University was ranked No. 2 in the 2009 evaluation. ... was introduced with the establishment of the Graduate School for Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences at the university. ...
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*  The Bachelor of Arts in Natural Sciences -- Science Education -- University Catalog

This course engages students in inquiry into topics that span the scientific disciplines. Skills addressed include experimental ... Natural Sciences Seminar 1.0 SP Prerequisite: Senior standing.. This course is a capstone experience for Natural Sciences ... The Bachelor of Arts in Natural Sciences. Total Course Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree: 120 units. See Bachelor's Degree ... This degree is also designed for students who are interested in science-related interdisciplinary careers such as science ...
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*  Digital Commons @ IWU - John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference: Bismuth Triflate Catalyzed Synthesis of Dioxanes from...

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*  Social Science and (vs?) Natural Science | Florida Student Philosophy Blog

I recently had an exchange with a sociology major who insistent upon the relevance of Marxist theory in social science (I ... Here is an interesting article regarding the relationship between natural science and social science, specific to public policy ... For that matter, I don't view good sociology or anthropology any more or less a science; each are scientific disciplines. ... Here is an interesting article regarding the relationship between natural science and social science, specific to public policy ...
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*  Distinctions and scholarships - IVA

IVA recognises and rewards important work in natural sciences, engineering and economics with medals, scholarships and awards. ... Scholarships in natural sciences, technology, leadership, economics and law.. Every year the Hans Werthén Foundation awards ... It is not restricted to a specific discipline. The scholarship can be awarded to individuals or companies. ... IVA recognises and rewards important work in natural sciences, engineering and economics with medals, scholarships and awards. ...
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*  RMC - Course Catalog - Academic Programs - Mathematics

Many elective courses emphasize connections to other fields (such as computer science, engineering, finance, and the natural ... Applications to various disciplines will be included. Computational algorithms will be developed as appropriate.. Prerequisite: ... This course is available to aeronautical science majors and aviation management majors only. This course introduces applied ... The mathematical and theoretical underpinnings of computer science will be explored. Students will be introduced to Boolean ...
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*  Research | Assumption College

Natural Sciences Department Student Research Opportunities. Natural sciences faculty members are active scholars who regularly ... projects reflect the individual interests of Assumption faculty members and represent a wide range of academic disciplines. ... biological sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences. Last year 98 students, sponsored by more than 40 faculty mentors, ... Nicole Stantial, '15, supervised by Professor David Crowley (Natural Sciences). "Repair of UV damage in actively transcribed ...
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*  New Descriptors by Tree Subcategory - 2015

H1 (Natural Science Disciplines). Grounded Theory. Hermeneutics. H2 (Health Occupations). Neuroscience Nursing. Palliative ... L1 (Information Science). Common Data Elements. Data Curation. Datasets as Topic. Health Information Exchange. Medical Writing ...
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*  SMU Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences - Dedman College - SMU

We are home to the humanities and social, natural and mathematical sciences - disciplines that are at the core of higher ... Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences is the heart of SMU. ... Data Science MS- Data Science. Earth Sciences. MS - Applied ... Natural Sciences. Philosophy. Ethics. Physics. Political Science. American Politics. Comparative and International Politics. ... We are home to the humanities and social, natural and mathematical sciences - disciplines that are at the core of higher ...
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*  "An integrated Approach to the Toxicity Assessment of Irish Marine Sedi" by Ailbhe Macken, Michelle Giltrap et al.

Disciplines. 1. NATURAL SCIENCES. Publication Details. Environment International, Volume 35, Issue 1, Pages 98-106. January ...
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*  Portland State Systems Science Program | Courses One Page Flyer Winter 2011

Readings draw from mathematics, the natural and social sciences, and the professional disciplines (e.g., engineering, business ... PSU » System Science » Courses » Courses Winter 2011 » Courses One Page Flyer Winter 2011 ...
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*  Economists Are The New Astrologers | Zero Hedge

In the natural sciences, a laboratory experiment can isolate various elements and their movements. There is no equivalent in ... There is no equivalent in the discipline of economics. The employment of econometrics and econometric model-building is an ... But more fundamentally, as Austrian economist Frank Shostak notes, "In the natural sciences, a laboratory experiment can ... When did science become a peer-reviewed popularity contest?. Education, health care, science, finance -- a few decades of ...
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*  News / Events Archive

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*  Partner Presses - Oxford Scholarship

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*  US NSF - Frequently Asked Questions for NSF 13-044, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering...

STEM includes physical, natural, social and behavioral sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines, topics, ... National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22230, USA Tel: (703) 292-5111, FIRS: (800) 877-8339 , ... Frequently Asked Questions for NSF 13-044, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring ... or issues (including environmental science and environmental steward-ship).. Letters of Support. 17. Does a nomination need ...
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*  Introduction | Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

... alongside more efficient use of natural resources employing an integrated approach from multiple natural science disciplines. ... Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College, South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road, London ... Centre of Plant Sciences, School of Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK ... School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, UK ...
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*  "Crystallisation and Phase Transition Characteristics of Sol-Gel-Synthe" by Suresh Pillai, Michael Seery et al.

Disciplines. 1. NATURAL SCIENCES, 1.3 PHYSICAL SCIENCES, 1.4 CHEMICAL SCIENCES, Inorganic and nuclear chemistry ...
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*  The U.S. Global Change Research Program's National Global Change Research Plan 2012-2021 | Climate Science Watch

Of course, the success of this focus on melding natural and social sciences for the purpose of decision-making depends on the ... These same disciplines should be used to improve understanding of how humans impact Earth processes at the global scale. For ... The USGCRP can address decision-making needs through the coordination of social and natural sciences research across member ... Objective 1.2 aims to advance use-inspired science (defined as science necessary to improve fundamental understanding in areas ...
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*  UN science report to guide countries on the SDGs - SciDev.Net

... knowledge sources and disciplines that need to be combined to inform the SDGs are diverse and go beyond the natural sciences.. ... knowledge sources and disciplines that need to be combined to inform the SDGs are diverse and go beyond the natural sciences.. ... knowledge sources and disciplines that need to be combined to inform the SDGs are diverse and go beyond the natural sciences.. ... Initiative to build African science journalism capacity A two-year initiative has been launched to boost African science ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols

Neuroscience, Issue 82, Natural Science Disciplines, Life Sciences (General), Behavioral Sciences, mechanical hyperalgesia, ... This basic science knowledge can then be clinically translated to treat patients suffering from IC/BPS. ... Institutions: University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston , TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital, TIRR Memorial Hermann ... and clinical measurement science. The resulting MSPT represents a computer-based platform for precise, valid measurement of MS ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols

Neuroscience, Issue 82, Natural Science Disciplines, Life Sciences (General), Behavioral Sciences, mechanical hyperalgesia, ... This basic science knowledge can then be clinically translated to treat patients suffering from IC/BPS. ... Institutions: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center.. There is a major increase in the awareness of the positive ... and clinical measurement science. The resulting MSPT represents a computer-based platform for precise, valid measurement of MS ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols

Neuroscience, Issue 82, Natural Science Disciplines, Life Sciences (General), Behavioral Sciences, mechanical hyperalgesia, ... Trichuris muris is a natural pathogen of mice and is biologically and antigenically similar to species of Trichuris that infect ... Institutions: University of Virginia Health Sciences Center.. Central to the field of bacterial pathogenesis is the ability to ... An Experimental Model to Study Tuberculosis-Malaria Coinfection upon Natural Transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols

Neuroscience, Issue 82, Natural Science Disciplines, Life Sciences (General), Behavioral Sciences, mechanical hyperalgesia, ... Counterintuitive to traditional theories of recovery following human SCI, the empirical evidence from basic science experiments ...
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*  Opportunities By Discipline | Scholarships + Fellowships | Emmanuel College Boston

Field: Physical or natural science, mathematics, engineering, or marine policy. *Undergraduate Deadline: Feb. 1 annually ... Science seniors and juniors, preference to those with science/public health course work ... Mathematics & Science. Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. *Up to $7,500 for tuition, fees, books, room & board for a max of 2 ... Humanities & Social Sciences. Josephine De Karman Fellowship. *Graduate fellowship for one academic year, $22,000 for study in ...
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(1/28) Science at a crossroads.

Science is entering an alliance with the economy that will speed the effect of innovation through society. Despite the slowdown of the 'new economy', a cascade paradigm of innovation appears key to increasing the rate of economic growth. Yet for science to continue to thrive and make this contribution to innovation, it must traverse at least three key crossroads. First, while life sciences have built a strong advocacy model to secure growing federal research funding, the physical sciences (including mathematics and engineering) have not and must now do so to thrive. Second, the drop in the numbers of physical scientists and engineers must be reversed if we are to have the talent to maintain a strong trend of scientific advance. Third, although science advances are increasingly interdisciplinary and occurring in the space between the historic science stovepipes, the organization of federal science support is largely unchanged since the beginning of the cold war. While a decentralized model has value, we must also consider new approaches that encourage deeper cooperation across science sectors and agencies.  (+info)

(2/28) Interdisciplinary research: putting the methods under the microscope.

BACKGROUND: While the desirability of interdisciplinary inquiry has been widely acknowledged, indeed has become 'the mantra of science policy', the methods of interdisciplinary collaboration are opaque to outsiders and generally remain undescribed. DISCUSSION: Many have analysed interdisciplinarity, especially in relation to the creation of new disciplines and institutions. These analyses are briefly outlined. Still, there currently persists a silence about the methods of interdisciplinary collaboration itself, and the core of this paper proposes a template for such methods. SUMMARY: Breaking this silence--by making the methods of interdisciplinary projects transparent--could further invigorate interdisciplinary research.  (+info)

(3/28) Two models for an effective undergraduate research experience in physiology and other natural sciences.

68A realistic research experience is beneficial to undergraduate students, but it is often difficult for liberal arts colleges to offer this opportunity. We describe two approaches for developing and maintaining an interdisciplinary research program at small colleges. An active and continuing involvement of an individual with extensive research experience is an essential element in both. One model was developed by the faculty of Taylor University, Upland, IN and a research scientist who had retired from a major university to join the Taylor faculty as their first Research Professor. The school's Science Research Training Program was initially funded by a modest endowment provided by interested alumni and by extramural grants awarded to the Research Professor and to the institution; the program now enjoys significant funding from diverse sources. Taylor is not located near any large research university and consequently supplies all resources required for the experiments and stipends for students pursuing projects full-time during the summer. The second model was developed by the faculty at Asbury College in Wilmore, KY, working with a scientist having a full-time appointment at the University of Kentucky and a part-time appointment at the college. In this approach, Asbury faculty may place their students for a period of training, often during the summer, in a laboratory of a cooperating host faculty at the University of Kentucky or other institution. The host faculty funds the research and pays a stipend to those students who work full-time during the summer. Relationships established between faculty at the College and at the University of Kentucky have been mutually beneficial. The success of both programs is evidenced by the students' presenting their data at state and national scientific meetings, by their publishing their results in national journals, and by the undergraduate school faculty developing independent research programs.  (+info)

(4/28) Perceptual knowledge retrieval activates sensory brain regions.

Although knowledge indexes our experiences of the world, the neural basis of this relationship remains to be determined. Previous neuroimaging research, especially involving knowledge biased to visual and functional information, suggests that semantic representations depend on modality-specific brain mechanisms. However, it is unclear whether sensory cortical regions, in general, support retrieval of perceptual knowledge. Using neuroimaging methods, we show that semantic decisions that index tactile, gustatory, auditory, and visual knowledge specifically activate brain regions associated with encoding these sensory experiences. Retrieval of tactile knowledge was specifically associated with increased activation in somatosensory, motor, and premotor cortical regions. In contrast, decisions involving flavor knowledge increased activation in an orbitofrontal region previously implicated in processing semantic comparisons among edible items. Perceptual knowledge retrieval that references visual and auditory experiences was associated with increased activity in distinct temporal brain regions involved in the respective sensory processing. These results indicate that retrieval of perceptual knowledge relies on brain regions used to mediate sensory experiences with the referenced objects.  (+info)

(5/28) Spectral mapping tools from the earth sciences applied to spectral microscopy data.

BACKGROUND: Spectral imaging, originating from the field of earth remote sensing, is a powerful tool that is being increasingly used in a wide variety of applications for material identification. Several workers have used techniques like linear spectral unmixing (LSU) to discriminate materials in images derived from spectral microscopy. However, many spectral analysis algorithms rely on assumptions that are often violated in microscopy applications. This study explores algorithms originally developed as improvements on early earth imaging techniques that can be easily translated for use with spectral microscopy. METHODS: To best demonstrate the application of earth remote sensing spectral analysis tools to spectral microscopy data, earth imaging software was used to analyze data acquired with a Leica confocal microscope with mechanical spectral scanning. For this study, spectral training signatures (often referred to as endmembers) were selected with the ENVI (ITT Visual Information Solutions, Boulder, CO) "spectral hourglass" processing flow, a series of tools that use the spectrally over-determined nature of hyperspectral data to find the most spectrally pure (or spectrally unique) pixels within the data set. This set of endmember signatures was then used in the full range of mapping algorithms available in ENVI to determine locations, and in some cases subpixel abundances of endmembers. RESULTS: Mapping and abundance images showed a broad agreement between the spectral analysis algorithms, supported through visual assessment of output classification images and through statistical analysis of the distribution of pixels within each endmember class. CONCLUSIONS: The powerful spectral analysis algorithms available in COTS software, the result of decades of research in earth imaging, are easily translated to new sources of spectral data. Although the scale between earth imagery and spectral microscopy is radically different, the problem is the same: mapping material locations and abundances based on unique spectral signatures.  (+info)

(6/28) The influence of "new science" on dental education: current concepts, trends, and models for the future.

Advances in all aspects of science and discovery continue to occur at an exponential rate, leading to a wealth of new knowledge and technologies that have the potential to transform dental practice. This "new science" within the areas of cell/ molecular biology, genetics, tissue engineering, nanotechnology, and informatics has been available for several years; however, the assimilation of this information into the dental curriculum has been slow. For the profession and the patients it serves to benefit fully from modern science, new knowledge and technologies must be incorporated into the mainstream of dental education. The continued evolution of the dental curriculum presents a major challenge to faculty, administrators, and external constituencies because of the high cost, overcrowded schedule, unique demands of clinical training, changing nature of teaching/assessment methods, and large scope of new material impacting all areas of the educational program. Additionally, there is a lack of personnel with adequate training/experience in both foundational and clinical sciences to support the effective application and/or integration of new science information into curriculum planning, implementation, and assessment processes. Nonetheless, the speed of this evolution must be increased if dentistry is to maintain its standing as a respected health care profession. The influence of new science on dental education and the dental curriculum is already evident in some dental schools. For example, the Marquette University School of Dentistry has developed a comprehensive model of curriculum revision that integrates foundational and clinical sciences and also provides a dedicated research/scholarly track and faculty development programming to support such a curriculum. Educational reforms at other dental schools are based on addition of new curricular elements and include innovative approaches that introduce concepts regarding new advances in science, evidence-based foundations, and translational research. To illustrate these reforms, the Marquette curriculum and initiatives at the University of Connecticut and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio dental schools are described in this article, with recognition that other dental schools may also be developing strategies to infuse new science and evidence-based critical appraisal skills into their students' educational experiences. Discussion of the rationale, goals/objectives, and outcomes within the context of dissemination of these models should help other dental schools to design approaches for integrating this new material that are appropriate to their particular circumstances and mission. For the profession to advance, every dental school must play a role in establishing a culture that attaches value to research/discovery, evidence-based practice, and the application of new knowledge/technologies to patient care.  (+info)

(7/28) A new paradigm for mentored undergraduate research in molecular microbiology.

Science educators agree that an undergraduate research experience is critical for students who are considering graduate school or research careers. The process of researching a topic in the primary literature, designing experiments, implementing those experiments, and analyzing the results is essential in developing the analytical skills necessary to become a true scientist. Because training undergraduates who will only be in the laboratory for a short period is time consuming for faculty mentors, many students are unable to find appropriate research opportunities. We hypothesized that we could effectively mentor several students simultaneously, using a method that is a hybrid of traditional undergraduate research and a traditional laboratory course. This article describes a paradigm for mentored undergraduate research in molecular microbiology where students have ownership of their individual projects, but the projects are done in parallel, enabling the faculty mentor to guide multiple students efficiently.  (+info)

(8/28) Graduate entry to medicine in Iran.

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Anthropology


  • Disciplines in the social sciences such as cognitive psychology, psychobiology, evolutionary psychology, biological anthropology to only mention a few, receive not only rigorous training in statistical data management, they also, unlike in economics, receive rigorous training in experimental courses. (wordpress.com)

mathematical


  • We are home to the humanities and social, natural and mathematical sciences - disciplines that are at the core of higher education. (smu.edu)
  • But unfortunately "real-world history tells a different story, of mathematical models masquerading as science and a public eager to buy them, mistaking elegant equations for empirical accuracy. (zerohedge.com)
  • To understand why titans of finance would consult Adams about the market, it is essential to recall that astrology used to be a technical discipline, requiring reams of astronomical data and mastery of specialised mathematical formulas. (zerohedge.com)

biology


  • However, I insisted that social scientists ought to be continuous with the natural sciences, specifically biology. (wordpress.com)

economics


  • IVA recognises and rewards important work in natural sciences, engineering and economics with medals, scholarships and awards. (iva.se)
  • That said, I might add that the discipline of economics, though certainly a respectable one, has yet to reach the scientific success of the disciplines just mentioned. (wordpress.com)

Life Sciences


  • Further, in winter semester 2007/2008, the PhD programme "Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences" was introduced with the establishment of the Graduate School for Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences at the university. (wikipedia.org)

Degrees


  • in medicine and Bachelor, Master and doctoral degrees in science and engineering disciplines with applications to medicine. (wikipedia.org)

Chemistry


  • The award is for outstanding and ground-breaking scientific achievements and interdisciplinary research in chemistry and materials science. (iva.se)

Processes


  • Together, the participating agencies are charged with providing "a comprehensive and integrated United States Research Program to assist the Nation and the world to understand, assess, predict, and respond to human-induced and natural processes of global change. (climatesciencewatch.org)
  • To understand vulnerability in these sectors we need to know not only about the natural processes involved in global change, but also about human behavior that influences production and consumption. (climatesciencewatch.org)

scientific


  • Most notably, the new strategy aims to enhance the federal research program's science-for-society component by informing decision-makers with good scientific communication. (climatesciencewatch.org)
  • But rather than offering prescriptive answers, the aim is to help governments understand what they should focus on, how science links with policy and society, and how they can get input from scientific communities within their borders. (scidev.net)

aims


  • Objective 1.2 aims to advance use-inspired science (defined as science necessary to improve fundamental understanding in areas important to society) to assess the vulnerabilities to global change, understand the societal and ecological characteristics that confer resilience in the face of these changes, and support the adaptation and mitigation responses to the risks these changes pose. (climatesciencewatch.org)

social science


  • Social Science and (vs? (wordpress.com)
  • Here is an interesting article regarding the relationship between natural science and social science, specific to public policy. (wordpress.com)
  • My suspicion is that they, like other social science undergraduates, typically receive statistical and data management training sufficient for their respected areas. (wordpress.com)
  • for clear examples of poor use of statistics in the social science, of which I blame a lack of training in pure math and statistics. (wordpress.com)

Technology


  • The university has a Faculty of Medicine and a Faculty of Technology and Natural Sciences. (wikipedia.org)
  • The climate change process sets a good precedent, according to Zakri Abdul Hamid, science advisor to the Malaysian government and governing council member at the UN Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries. (scidev.net)

Computer Science


  • [5] In Computer Science and Molecular Life Science, the University was ranked No. 2 in the 2009 evaluation. (wikipedia.org)

Political Science


  • Personally being in an environment where I heard academic advising, the most common answer given to a student by an academic adviser asking '…for a major that doesn't require me to do much math…' the answer tended to be either Political Science or Sociology. (wordpress.com)

development


  • The Purpose of the Fund is to promote research, technical development and enterprise that contributes to the sustainable use of natural resources and the preservation of biodiversity. (iva.se)
  • The Chester Carlson Award recognises individuals, institutions or organisations for research or development in the area of information science. (iva.se)
  • Set to first be released in 2019, and then every four years, the Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR) will offer science-based guidance to help countries decide their own path to sustainable development. (scidev.net)
  • For a long time, science [has not had a] high profile to assist the various negotiations taking place at the UN, in particular those that concerned socio-economic development," he told SciDev.Net . (scidev.net)

Medicine


  • The University of Lübeck is a research university in Lübeck , Northern Germany which focuses almost entirely on medicine and sciences with applications in medicine. (wikipedia.org)

data


  • we see a social scientist who is skilled in data management, statistical testing, etc. alongside individuals who see science as filtered through a western white male psyche. (wordpress.com)

high


  • Evolution entrained and perfected photosynthesis for high productivity in resource-limited natural environments. (royalsocietypublishing.org)