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Mathieu Hautefeuille
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Associate Professor, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Associate Professor, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

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Nanotecnologia para Láseres = Nanofotónica

Tagging: +Reinher P+Lucia Cabriales​ y +Edgar Adán Jiménez Díaz​ para la nueva clase de Fotónica 

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Well well...
It seems we are going to write posts in English now.
-> ver aquí: https://plus.google.com/114142015792791573211/posts/bqKejQEBBcf

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Proyecciones en la selva
Vean este excelente vídeo de "Bioluminescent Forest" de un par de artistas que pasaron 3 semanas en la selva para grabarlo.

Luego (sin hacer trampa, no antes!) vean como lo hicieron aquí :
vimeo.com/3hund/behindthescenes
Se darán cuenta de que no es bioluminiscencia (emisión de luz por las plantas, árboles u hongos), sino proyección de luz sobre la naturaleza.

Es un proyecto de arte muy bonito!
Vía +Corina Marinescu​

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I'm not sure I like this. But it's exciting! 
2015 will see the first trial of optogenetics in people http://ow.ly/GHLhS
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One of the most touching piece I have seen.

Apparently, water triggers strange amphibian behaviours in our bodies. Remnants of our past?

+Alessandro Littara​, you might like this. 
How your body reacts to water is pretty incredible:

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Otro ejemplo de órgano en un chip: el intestino en un chip de Johns Hopkins.

Another example of organ on a chip: gut on a chip from Johns Hopkins.

#organonchip
Researchers Create Artificial Organs On Microchips

"Great balls of cells! Scientists are developing mock human organs that can fit in the palm of your hand.

These organs-on-a-chip are designed to test drugs and to understand the basics of how organs function when they are healthy and when they are diseased."

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Do not praise intelligence but effort when educating and raising kids.

Read this article to understand how 30+ years of research are showing us that " praising a child's intelligence makes a child fragile and defensive. So, too, does generic praise that suggests a stable trait, such as “You are a good artist.” Praise can be very valuable, however, if it is carefully worded. Praise for the specific process a child used to accomplish something fosters motivation and confidence by focusing children on the actions that lead to success. Such process praise may involve commending effort, strategies, focus, persistence in the face of difficulty, and willingness to take on challenges."

#education #learning 
The Secret to Raising Smart Kids.

Don't tell your kids that they are. More than three decades of research shows that a focus on “process”—not on intelligence or ability—is key to success in school and in life.

Scientific American, http://goo.gl/X2judk
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Hi everyone. Happy new year.
I would like to share this excellent article with the community.
The learning process is indeed a process based on efforts, not a privilege to some happy (or better said "intelligent") few.

Here is a short quote that should tease you to read the full version :
" parents believed that praising children's ability or intelligence when they perform well is important for making them feel smart. But our work shows that praising a child's intelligence makes a child fragile and defensive. So, too, does generic praise that suggests a stable trait, such as “You are a good artist.” Praise can be very valuable, however, if it is carefully worded. Praise for the specific process a child used to accomplish something fosters motivation and confidence by focusing children on the actions that lead to success. Such process praise may involve commending effort, strategies, focus, persistence in the face of difficulty, and willingness to take on challenges."
The Secret to Raising Smart Kids.

Don't tell your kids that they are. More than three decades of research shows that a focus on “process”—not on intelligence or ability—is key to success in school and in life.

Scientific American, http://goo.gl/X2judk
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Para empezar bien el año, les comparto este excelente artículo sobre la necesidad de promover el esfuerzo y el proceso de aprendizaje en lugar de felicitar o hacer ver la inteligencia.

Una cita del artículo para darles ganas de seguir leyendo (es largo pero vale la pena) :
parents believe that praising children's ability or intelligence when they perform well is important for making them feel smart. But our work shows that praising a child's intelligence makes a child fragile and defensive. So, too, does generic praise that suggests a stable trait, such as “You are a good artist.” Praise can be very valuable, however, if it is carefully worded. Praise for the specific process a child used to accomplish something fosters motivation and confidence by focusing children on the actions that lead to success. Such process praise may involve commending effort, strategies, focus, persistence in the face of difficulty, and willingness to take on challenges
The Secret to Raising Smart Kids.

Don't tell your kids that they are. More than three decades of research shows that a focus on “process”—not on intelligence or ability—is key to success in school and in life.

Scientific American, http://goo.gl/X2judk
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