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    5 Tools for Organizing Your Research


    22 November 2016
    http://www.grabmyessay.com/

    When you’re doing research there is already more than enough stuff for you to keep track of. You have to remember who said what and in what paper. You have to remember where you saw what statistic and how it was arrived at. And worst of all, you’ve often got to remember all these things for months, or even years so that you can recall it when you need it.

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    10 Painful Facts about College Which You Should Know Before You Enter One


    20 October 2016
    http://www.essaysupply.com/

    Discover in this article facts about college you should know and understand before enter one.

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    Free trade with Mercosur is back on the agenda


    22 September 2016
    https://www.luke.fi/en/blog/free-trade-with-mercosur-is-back-on-the-agenda/

    The EU and Mercosur agreed to continue negotiations on a long-stalled free trade accord by making fresh negotiating offers in May 2016. Mercosur encompasses Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, as well as Venezuela, which is not currently participating in the negotiations. This is the first exchange of offers on goods and services between the two blocs since 2004, whereby the free trade negotiations originally began in 1999.

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    Smart bioeconomy triggers new thinking in forest-related policy orchestration


    22 September 2016
    https://www.luke.fi/en/blog/smart-bioeconomy-triggers-new-thinking-in-forest-related-policy-orchestration-2/

    If bioeconomy is interpreted strictly as transition to low-carbon economy supported by technical innovations, there is a demand for evidence-based science-policy-practise interface. If, however, bioeconomy is defined as a wide array of ecosystem products and services supported by social innovations, the role of stakeholder participation becomes important. Consequently, smart specialization of regions in bioeconomy calls for locally tailored forest-related policy orchestration.

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    The Original Weather Blog


    30 November 2012
    http://www.originalweatherblog.com

    Documenting severe and unusual weather events around the world.

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    Divulgación científica en Ecología y Evolución


    19 October 2012
    http://www.divulgare.net

    El grupo de trabajo DIVULGARE nace como consecuencia de la necesidad que teníamos en el grupo de Investigación de Ecología y Evolución de Plantas de la Universidad de Vigo, de dedicar esfuerzos a la divulgación científica: información actualizada y contrastada, pero sobre todo, asequible a todos los públicos. Estais invitados a dar un paseo por la web y ver una muestra de nuestro trabajo.

  • Social Foraging


    13 July 2012
    http://www.scoop.it/t/social-foraging

    This site highlights latest news and research in the areas of Complexity Science, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, Psychology, Mathematics, Network Science, Semantic Web, Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology, Computer Science etc. The content is curated using articles, publications, research papers and news from journals, online blogs, newspapers, online publications, conferences and research labs etc.

  • Wissenswerkstatt


    17 January 2012
    http://www.wissenswerkstatt.net/

    Blog zu Wissenschaft, Blog- und Popkultur

  • Quark Soup


    27 December 2011
    http://davidappell.blogspot.com/

    I was one of the first science blogs in existence, starting in 2002, and I'm still here. Mostly I blog about global warming -- as often as not about the abuses of so-called environmentalists as about the contrarians. But I also write about whatever science catches my eye, and whatever is happening in domestic (US) or global politics, or whatever book I'm reading at the moment. Or maybe the picture I took off my back balcony this morning. I lack a steady drumbeat, which certainly does not help me acquire readers -- but I can't blog in any other way.

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    Just a Theory


    16 December 2011
    http://justatheory.co.uk/

    Just A Theory is written by Jacob Aron, a technology reporter for New Scientist. Expect general musings on science and technology along with the occasional debunking of mathematical nonsense.