Public investment into scientific R&D has plateaued across geographies—save for a handful of economies like China. There are concerns that basic research has been the most hit by this thriftiness. Many scientists believe that fundamental science research is an explorative process. Unluckily, funding agencies do not always understand its nature and often equate it to near-market applied research that they want translated into specific outcomes and proof of concepts, right at the grant application stage. This situation may in fact be detrimental to the long-term cause of scientific research. In this backdrop, FASEB, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, holds an annual Stand up for Science competition. Presently in its 2nd year, this competition aims at enlargening awareness[…]

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As a subject matter pro, you are permanently asked to summarize your work. Uncommonly do you have the chance to “geek out” and share everything you know with someone who indeed cares. One colleague was so frustrated with this phenomenon he told me it felt like his entire life was an exercise in the executive summary. Sound familiar? We summarize our work in executive summaries, blog posts, presentations, abstracts, briefing papers. Of these, briefing papers are possibly the most difficult, for a diversity of reasons. Very first, they are high-stakes. People do not request briefing papers to pack space in a newsletter. Senior management relies on briefing papers either to represent our organization and its position or to make difficult[…]

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This page is brought to you by the OWL at Purdue ( When printing this page, you must include the entire legal notice at bottom. Two.Three: Conclusions This resource was written by Jaclyn M. Wells .Last edited by Allen Brizee on March 22, 2013 . This resource covers writing a detailed conclusion for your GED essay. Writing a Developed and Detailed Conclusion It is significant to have a strong conclusion, since this is the last chance you have to make an impression on your reader. The aim of your conclusion isn’t to introduce any fresh ideas, but to sum up everything you’ve written. Specifically, your conclusion should accomplish three major goals: Restate the main idea of your essay, or your[…]

Description The typewriter will create randomized procedurally generated books. It also comes in all 16 colors. The typewriter also works well with the desk which will automatically liquidate finished books from the typewriter and place them on the desk. Also supports reading glasses and displays the number of lumps of paper in the typewriter, or, if a book is presently finished, the name of the book. Special note on typewriter stories: Unique versions stories are written when used with different mobs. Villagers write the most coherent stories, other mobs write less and less coherently. Other mobs include: pigs, chickens, cows (also mooshroom), sheep, wolves, ocelot, creeper, zombie, and enderman. The current implementation of procedural stories is a very first pass[…]