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Indian Minorities in Higher Education

American Research Thoughts &

Yoga Education - at a Glimpse

American Research Thoughts, Tapas Pal, &

Inclusive Classroom: Developing the Underdeveloped

American Research Thoughts, , Ravi Kant & Atul Kumar Verma

Y-chromosome Haplogroup J-M172 subclades update with primary SNPs (List, Dataset)

Christian Rottensteiner
Combined J2 Phylogeny from almost all available public and DTC sources. Included are ca. 240 informative subclades (pre Middle Age) as well as more recent haplogroups (low-diversity/Middle Age or Clans/Surnames). The phylogeny is available as Tree with primary SNPs (searchable PDF) and Spreadsheet with details for the selected primary SNPs.
This data is an output of the constantly updated online J2-M172 Research Tree simplified which is based on the J2-M172_spreadsheet. This citizen science research is...

The evolution of open access to research and data in Australian higher education

Vicky Picasso & Liam Phelan
Open access (OA) in the Australian tertiary education sector is evolving rapidly and, in this article, we review developments in two related areas: OA to scholarly research publications and open data. OA can support open educational resource (OER) efforts by providing access to research for learning and teaching, and a range of actors including universities, their peak bodies, public research funding agencies and other organisations and networks that focus explicitly on OA are increasingly active...

The political economy of addressing the climate crisis in the Earth system: Undermining perverse resilience.

Liam Phelan, Ann Henderson-Sellers & Ros Taplin
This paper draws on antenarrative research and writing techniques to analyse the long-running transnational campaign seeking to improve respect for human rights in the supply chains of Nike and other major sportswear companies. The antenarrative approach challenges scholars to look beyond pre-existing expectations, both in terms of which actors and processes are likely to be most influential and in terms of what is motivating participation in those processes which are significant. In this paper we...

Bringing New Ph.D.s Together for Interdisciplinary Climate Change Research

Liam Phelan, Holly Jones & Jennifer Marlon
Climate change is complex and thus requires interdisciplinary research, and new scholars are rising to that challenge. The Dissertations Initiative for the Advancement of Climate Change Research (DISCCRS (pronounced “discourse”); see http://www.disccrs.org) brings together select groups of recent PhD graduates to encourage interdisciplinary work on climate change. The DISCCRS Symposium VII held just outside of Colorado Springs, Colo., brought together 33 graduates from fields as diverse as climatology, ecology, anthropology, and political science for an...

Ecological Viability or Liability? Insurance System Responses to Climate Risk

Liam Phelan, Ann Henderson-Sellers & Glenn Albrecht
Climate change is a phenomenon of the Earth system, which is characterized by thresholds and non‐linear change. This analysis considers the adequacy of insurance (in its broadest sense) responses to climate risk. This paper provides novel critiques of insurance system responses to climate change and of the attendant political economy perspective on the relationship between insurance and climate change. A complex adaptive systems (CAS) analysis suggests that ecologically effective (i.e. strong) mitigation is the only...

Interrogating students’ perceptions of their online learning experiences with Brookfield’s critical incident questionnaire

Liam Phelan
This article discusses whether the very act of accessing online students’ experi- ences of teaching may itself foster students’ sense of belonging to a learning community. The article reports and reflects on the application of Brookfield’s critical incident questionnaire (CIQ) in postgraduate courses delivered online in 2008–2010 through the University of Newcastle in Australia. The anonymous CIQ is designed in part to access students’ views of teaching practice, and was deployed as part of an...

Determinan Penerimaan Daerah dari Sektor Pariwisata di Kabupaten/Kota Provinsi Jambi

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The purpose of this study was to analyze whether the number of hotel room occupancy rate, the GDP of the tourism sector, the number of restaurants and eating houses, the average length of stay, and number of tourists influence the reception area of the tourism sector in the District / City of Jambi Province. The analysis used in this study is the analysis of growth, econometric analysis using panel data models, and analysis of barriers...

transcript GTF annotation of jejunum smooth muscle

Moon Young Lee, , Robyn M Berent, Paul J Park, Robert Fuchs, Hannah Syn, Albert Chin, Jared Townsend, Craig C Benson, Doug Redelman, , Jong Kun Park, Joseph M Miano, Kenton M Sanders &
transcript annotation of jejunum smooth muscle

V004_IZ02_CO_PC image of the database ILEA, RAW in format NEF

Daniel Felipe Valencia Vargas & Jose Fernando Valencia
V004_IZ02_CO_PC image, RAW in format NEF, database of iris, called ILEA, built by the research group of the University of San Buenaventura LEA in Cali, Colombia. The image has features such as the medium non-ideal environment and uncontrolled lighting.

V012_DE02_CO_PC image of the database ILEA, RAW in format NEF

Daniel Felipe Valencia Vargas & Jose Fernando Valencia
V012_DE02_CO_PC image, RAW in format NEF, database of iris, called ILEA, built by the research group of the University of San Buenaventura LEA in Cali, Colombia. The image has features such as the medium non-ideal environment and uncontrolled lighting.

Kernel Probability Estimate Of Transitive Inference Performance

Greg Jensen
Response accuracy by a rhesus monkey performing a transitive inference task over 51 sessions. (Top) Kernel probability estimate of response accuracy to non-terminal stimulus pairs, grouped by symbolic distance (red = distance one; green = distance two; blue = distance three; violet = distance four). Each estimate’s 95% credible interval is indicated by the corresponding shaded region. Trial number is centered on the transition from adjacent-pair training to all-pair testing, also indicated by the solid...

Applications of Metals and alloys in various industries

With the advancement of technologies, the modern industries like aerospace, aviation, oil & gas, nuclear power, electronic and electric, heat treating, medical and high tech industries are interested in using economical and high performance materials. This leads to use of materials in the more vigorous industrial conditions at the high temperatures where traditional materials can hardly be employed. Nowadays manufacturers and nickel suppliers are more focused in meeting the tough needs of demanding industries with...

Bitcoin Rates

Patrick Brantner
Represents the bitcoin rates for the last few days in different currencies. Have been fetched from bitcoinaverage.com API within a Taverna Workbench Workflow

“No hidden variables!”: From Neumann’s to Kochen and Specker’s theorem in quantum mechanics

The talk addresses a philosophical comparison and thus interpretation of both theorems having one and the same subject: The absence of the “other half” of variables, called hidden” for that, to the analogical set of variables in classical mechanics: These theorems are: John’s von Neumann’s (1932) Simon Kochen and Ernst Specker’s (1968)

cell count

Braniff De La Torre & Sergio H. Duenas
Neuron Count

Comparison of single-point and continuous sampling methods for estimating residential indoor temperature and humidity

James D. Johnston, Brianna M. Magnusson, Dennis Eggett, Scott C. Collingwood & Scott A. Bernhardt
ABSTRACTResidential temperature and humidity are associated with multiple health effects. Studies commonly use single-point measures to estimate indoor temperature and humidity exposures, but there is little evidence to support this sampling strategy. This study evaluated the relationship between single-point and continuous monitoring of air temperature, apparent temperature, relative humidity, and absolute humidity over four exposure intervals (5-min, 30-min, 24-hrs, and 12-days) in 9 northern Utah homes, from March – June 2012. Three homes were sampled...

Studies Toward Synthesis of Tetracyclic Core of Daphmanidin A–Type Alkaloids

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A stereoselective approach to spiro-annulated bicyclo[2.2.2]octane ring system related to the tetracyclic skeleton of daphmanidin A–type alkaloids is described. Ring-closing metathesis, Wacker oxidation, and aldol condensation are key features ofour approach. An interesting steric effect on aldol condensation has also been observed.

Biomimetic replica of the epidermis of the petals of a Cape Daisy

Pedro Miguel Matos Pereira, Ana Sofia Moita, Gabriel António Amaro Monteiro & Duarte Miguel Prazeres
SEM images of an epoxy replica of the epidermis of a Cape daisy (Osteospermum 'Nairobi Purple') showing replicated papilla (scale bar = 100 μm). The replica was obtained by a two-step moulding process. A first negative mould is obtained using a polyvinylsiloxane polymer and then a positive replica is created with an adequate epoxy resin.

Suramin inhibits Chikungunya virus entry and transmission

, Wang Yu-Ming, Lu Jeng-Wei, Wu Tzong-Yuan, Lin Liang-In, Kuo Szu-Cheng & Lin Chang-Chi
This file contain time course, time course and additional table-PlonOne-Data for PONE-D-15-07382

Trend of traffic incidents in Europe and North America on the 3rd of July 2015

Konrad Steiner
The data was collected using the Bing Traffic API(see 1st link). It contains contains traffic incidents in Europe and North America on the 3rd of July 2015. One record contains data about one traffic incident at a specific timestamp. The data is in BSON format and you can import it to MongoDB using the mongorestore(see 2nd link) command. When you use the mongorestore command you should include the MongoDB metadata file(see 3rd link) that a...

V011_IZ02_CO_PC image of the database ILEA, RAW in format NEF

Daniel Felipe Valencia Vargas & Jose Fernando Valencia
V011_IZ02_CO_PC image, RAW in format NEF, database of iris, called ILEA, built by the research group of the University of San Buenaventura LEA in Cali, Colombia. The image has features such as the medium non-ideal environment and uncontrolled lighting.

The almost impossible worlds in quantum information and their influence on reality

A state or world with converging to zero, but nonzero probability, can be designated as an almost impossible one unlike those with exactly zero probability, which are quite impossible Thus a coherent superposition of those almost impossible states or an ensemble of those almost impossible worlds can have some nonzero probability

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