But the benefit is not just finding colleagues and institutions, but also to discuss new and upcoming papers and science topics.
Academia.edu is even providing you the top trending papers of the week. Nice for discovery and curiosity!
To enforce more open minded thinking and teaching, students around the world joined and founded an initiative. Have more info in the attached link!
Although originating from 2011, this table is currently making the rounds on Twitter. It comes from an article written by Richard Summerville of and Susan Hassol of Climate Communication focusing on 'communicating the science of climate change', and how science communicators aren't really getting their message across.
Actually the points they make are relevant to all science communication - not just for climate change.
The original article is very much worth a read - you can find it here http://ow.ly/wrgBp
#scicomm #openaccess #science
Famous for developing the "Mailüfterl" computer at the #tuvienna – the first #computer solely using transistors – and the leading #programming languages of that time (1960) "Vienna Definition Language" and "Vienna Definition Method", Mr. Zemanek became one of the few Fellows in 1976.
#ibm #transistor #computerscience
Did you that the more the people eat margarine the more people get divorced in Maine, US? So, stop eating margarine!
Ok, just kidding, but this shows in which direction all the posts go on this page by Tyler Vigen - nice and amusing!
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