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Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists

Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists

For once, researchers in KNUST in Ghana and the subregion as a whole can start to dream. Right now, you are not limited by the absence of equipment. So in times past, usually, whatever project you decide to do you are limited by the fact that, you know, can I do all my analysis in […]

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The Map of Chemistry

The Map of Chemistry

This video was sponsored by the great courses plus. The Universe is made of matter. 98% of this matter (ignoring the dark matter) is pure Hydrogen and Helium, but thankfully billions of years ago supergiant stars fused the hydrogen and helium into all the other elements and then exploded them all over the Universe and […]

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UAE-UNESCO Global Tolerance Leadership Programme

UAE-UNESCO Global Tolerance Leadership Programme

We are delighted to be launching this program with the Emirates which has made tolerance one of its biggest headline… I think commitments. For UNESCO this is a chance to bring together our networks of expertise, our UNESCO chairs, our UN partners, our scientific advisory bodies, to invest in young people. The aim of the […]

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March for Science

March for Science

DANA:THESE PROTESTS ALSO HAPPENED RIGHT HERE IN THE MIAMI VALLEY TODAY.SCIENTISTS AND SCIENCE SUPPORTERS FROM AROUND THE AREA RALLIED HERE IN DAYTON. 2 NEWS REPORTER ETHAN FITZGERALD WAS THERE AND JOINS US NOW WITH OUR TOP STORY AT 10. AS THOUSANDS MARCHED ACROSS THE COUNTRY, A FEW HUNDRED SCIENTISTS GOT TOGETHER AT COURTHOUSE SQUARE IN […]

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Influenza Vaccines and Data Science in Biology

Influenza Vaccines and Data Science in Biology

Data science plays a key role in the selection of influenza vaccines. What may sound like an excerpt from a sci-fi novel is, in fact, a real-life application of modern data science techniques improving lives today. In this video, we’ll talk about viruses and vaccines. We’ll explore machine learning’s role in the preparation of influenza […]

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Gobarnomics & Radar Theory: How Science is being reinvented in #NewIndia | Ep.117 #TheDeshBhakt

Gobarnomics & Radar Theory: How Science is being reinvented in #NewIndia | Ep.117 #TheDeshBhakt

New India is a strange place. People win elections and destroy the economy, only to win election again. Institutions, secularism and opposition are few amongst the many subjects which suffered in New India However, there is one subject which is utterly laughable Media is already a joke, we are talking about science. Our politicians hate […]

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What is ontology? Introduction to the word and the concept

What is ontology? Introduction to the word and the concept

What is Ontology? Let me give you a general introduction to the word and the concept. The word itself comes from two Greek words namely: “Onto,” which means existence or being real, and “Logia” which means science, or study. The word Ontology is used both in a philosophical context and a non-philosophical context. Let’s start […]

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Randomized Controlled Trials: Causal Inference Bootcamp

Randomized Controlled Trials: Causal Inference Bootcamp

[MUSIC] So the examples we’ve looked at so far of randomized experiments were both done in the US, the Perry Preschool Project and the Oregon Healthcare Experiment. But randomized experiments are done all over the place, in both social sciences, medicine and elsewhere. For example, today in development economics, a huge amount of research is […]

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Artificial Intelligence Research at RIT

Artificial Intelligence Research at RIT

>>Artificial Intelligence is the effort to making machines intelligent. We are good at making the machines’ intelligence in a very narrow set of tasks. You could think of when you are selecting a movie on Netflix or when you’re purchasing something on Amazon or when you’re hitting a ‘like’ button on Facebook, there is a […]

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Social constructionism | Society and Culture | MCAT | Khan Academy

Social constructionism | Society and Culture | MCAT | Khan Academy

I’m sure everyone has thought at some time, is this real? But the important question is what makes something real? Most of the time the things we experience in this world are just constructs. We have opinions about everything, and we experience the world through that lens. Social constructionism is a theory that knowledge and […]

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