Wiley X

22 Apr 19
Nachrichten Welt

Diese Streusel-Torte ist eine Spezialität der Oberlausitz oder der Region Oberlausitz in Deutschland und Polen aus dem 14. Jahrhundert. Kleckskuchen macht Spaß mit Kindern. Wenn Sie jedoch wegen des Esslöffels Rum in der Mohnfüllung und Kirschmarmelade besorgt sind, lassen Sie ihn einfach weg. Alternativ kann Vanilleextrakt eingesetzt werden. Verwenden Sie anstelle von Kirschmarmelade eine beliebige […]

22 Apr 19
LeftAsExercise

The theoretical foundations of universal quantum computing were essentially developed in the nineties of the last century, when the first native quantum algorithms and quantum error correction were discovered. Since then, physicists and computer scientists have been working on physical implementations of quantum computing. One of the first options that moved into the focus was […]

22 Apr 19
Don't be toxic!

Blog X April 21st, 2019 What are Clear Project Requirements? Project requirements are tasks that have to be completed in order to call for the conclusion of the experiment or study. They help provide a more finalized image instead of a vague and “foggy” one. Reflection 1) Clear Project Requirements allow not only the participants […]

22 Apr 19
My Blog

The Term        Qualitative Data is an incredibly broad umbrella term that describes basically all data that is not quantitative. Quantitative data is data that is expressed numerically, and thus, qualitative data fills all other gaps in that description (Preece, Rogers & Sharp, 2015, p. 291-292). Qualitative data can be nearly any type of data […]

21 Apr 19

Believe it or not, this is a more difficult question to answer than one might initially think. Interestingly, there is no agreed-upon definition in the research or among hospitals of what exactly constitutes an adolescent and young adult cancer patient/survivor. According to the National Cancer Institute, AYAs are young people who were diagnosed with cancer […]

21 Apr 19
Accreditation X

London festival season is almost upon us, providing the perfect opportunity for fans who want to see the very best musicians around, but can’t be doing with all that camping. From the long-established big-hitters to the new kids on the block, these are the music events in the capital you need to know about. The big ones […]

21 Apr 19
Lindsey Nelson

The reading form this week came form ages 62-86 of “Graphic Design School”. This chapter focuses on the fundamentals of typography. The first fundamental in typography and meaning, followed by the anatomy of type. This includes key terms such as baseline, stress, and x-height. The next fundamental is understanding and selecting typeface; there are several […]

19 Apr 19
Bombaci Ethnographics

Symbolic Thought in Neandertals: A Preponderance of Evidence By Brendan Bombaci   This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. ISBN: 978-312-15922-8 Featured image copyright T. Lauko, URL-linked to website for Divje Babe Arheoloski Park ~~~~~ Abstract   There has long been a debate as to whether Neandertals have had modern […]

17 Apr 19

Observations on the National Academy Report on Sexual Abuse in STEM Departments http://bit.ly/2GrcQUk by Pat Frank A few days ago, Charles TM posted an essay about the recent National Academy Report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,” [1] which can be found at WUWT here. Apparently, the […]

17 Apr 19
Iowa Climate Science Education

by Pat Frank A few days ago, Charles TM posted an essay about the recent National Academy Report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,” [1] which can be found at WUWT here. Apparently, the NAS Report is so outspoken about widespread abuse of women in academic science, […]

17 Apr 19
Watts Up With That?

by Pat Frank A few days ago, Charles TM posted an essay about the recent National Academy Report, “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine,” [1] which can be found at WUWT here. Apparently, the NAS Report is so outspoken about widespread abuse of women in academic science, […]