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"Program science"

Concepta McManus, Carlos A Nobre
The Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program - Science without Borders (SwB) - saw the concession of over 101 thousand scholarships for Brazilian STEM students and education professionals to attend universities worldwide. As the first phase of this program ends, it is time to take a first look at its impacts, mainly on the undergraduate student body (79% of total scholarships implemented). Benefits included a 6-month language course (optional), a one year undergraduate course and optional 2 month internship in a university, government laboratory or technology company...
May 2017: Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências
John Beltrami, Erica Dunbar
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2017: Journal of Public Health Management and Practice: JPHMP
Erica Mayumi Guskuma, Aline Alves Dos Santos Dullius, Mônica La Salette da Costa Godinho, Maria Silvana Totti Costa, Fábio de Souza Terra
Objective: report the experience of international academic mobility in Ireland through the program Science Without Borders during undergraduate education in nursing. Method: a report of experience presented in chronological order, with a descriptive nature. Results: the opportunity to know and be able to discuss questions regarding health and nursing in Ireland allowed the review of concepts and a more reflective perspective regarding nursing practices...
September 2016: Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem
I Tendais, B Figueiredo
STUDY QUESTION: Does mode of conception [spontaneous/after infertility treatment (IT)], type of pregnancy (singleton/twin) and parent gender have an effect on anxiety and depression levels and trajectories during pregnancy and the post-partum period? SUMMARY ANSWER: Conception after IT was associated with a transitory increase in anxiety during the perinatal period for parents of singletons, while for IT parents of twins higher levels of psychopathological symptoms tended to persist during pregnancy and the post-partum period...
October 2016: Human Reproduction
Tim Appenzeller
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 24, 2015: Science
Maryanne Crockett, Lisa Avery, James Blanchard
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 2015: JAMA Pediatrics
John F Drazan, John M Scott, Jahkeen I Hoke, Eric H Ledet
A hands-on learning module called "Science of the Slam" is created that taps into the passions and interests of an under-represented group in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This is achieved by examining the use of the scientific method to quantify the biomechanics of basketball players who are good at performing the slam dunk. Students already have an intrinsic understanding of the biomechanics of basketball however this "hidden capital" has never translated into the underlying STEM concepts...
2014: Conference Proceedings: Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Hiroshi Nishihara, Hiroki Oshio
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
December 7, 2013: Dalton Transactions: An International Journal of Inorganic Chemistry
Leticia Márquez-Magaña, Cathy Samayoa, Carol Umanzor
Cancer health disparities are often described as the unequal burden of cancer deaths in one racial/ethnic group compared to another. For example, national cancer statistics in the USA shows that Blacks die the most for 9 of the top 10 cancers in men and women. When asked about the underlying causes for this disparity, teen participants speculated that it is primarily due to genetics or biology. This speculation appears to be based on a false concept of 'race.' A science activity was created to counter the false concept that genetics/biology underlie the categorization of humans into different 'races...
June 2013: Journal of Cancer Education: the Official Journal of the American Association for Cancer Education
Daniel N Wolfe, William Florence, Paula Bryant
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Joint Science and Technology Office manages the Chemical and Biological Defense Program's Science and Technology portfolio. The Joint Science and Technology Office's mission is to invest in transformational ideas, innovative people and actionable technology development for Chemical and Biological Defense solutions, with the primary goal to deliver Science and Technology products and capabilities to the warfighter and civilian population that outpace the threat. This commentary focuses on one thrust area within this mission: the Vaccine program of the Joint Science and Technology Office's Translational Medical Division...
July 2013: Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics
Sevgi O Aral, James F Blanchard
In this article, the authors describe the Program Science initiative in detail, discuss some of its recent accomplishments and explore its significance and timeliness in light of the HIV prevention challenges. The authors also describe the Program Science series being launched and present a preview of future articles.
April 2012: Sexually Transmitted Infections
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February 2012: Revista de Saúde Pública
James F Blanchard, Sevgi O Aral
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 2011: Sexually Transmitted Infections
Lucas Laursen
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
December 3, 2009: Nature
E Langer
The first of two articles on chemical and biological warfare (Chemical and Biological Warfare (I): The Research Program, Science, 13 January 1967) incorrectly stated that the Illinois Insti tute of Technology is among institu tions conducting research on CBW. IIT is conducting no work on CBW and does not engage in classified research. The work in question is being per formed at the Illinois Institute of Tech nology Research Institute, a separate organization affiliated administratively with IIT.
March 10, 1967: Science
J P Swann
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May 19, 1989: Science
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The news note on the expansion of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation scholarship program [Science 124, 24 (6 July 1956)] stated that 11 institutions were already participating in the program, then named only 10. Carnegie Institute of Technology was accidentally dropped from the list, when actually it was one of the four institutions in which the Sloan program was started.
September 21, 1956: Science
Paul R Reich
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 2005: Managed Care Interface
William Sims Bainbridge
Semantic or cultural systems are sets of concepts connected by meaningful relationships, and they exhibit properties similar to those of populations of biological organisms. Drawing upon ideas from evolutionary biology and methods from information technology, this article explores the potential for research and engineering on the evolution of semantic systems. Such work in cultural genetics requires two things: (1) a rigorous but evolving taxonomic system to categorize cultural artifacts, elements, and clusters, and (2) a set of hypotheses about the processes that cause evolutionary change...
May 2004: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
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February 1953: Postgraduate Medicine
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