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Intelligenzwachstum in Kindheit und Jugend

Heiner Rindermann
20. Fachgruppentagung Entwicklungspsychologie, Universität Erfurt, 12.-14. September 2011, Nordhäuser Str. (63) (Prof. Dr. Bärbel Kracke & B.A. Vivien Scholze) AG 30, Dienstag, 13.9.11, Lehrgebäude 1, Raum 218 Leiter HR, 11.00-12.45 Uhr
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What aren't you seeing? Advance in visualisation reserach.

Greg McInerny
A commentary on some excellent visualisation papers form Vis14 and Chi 15....

2015-Brym-ASHS-Talk

Zack Brym
Oral presentation for American Society for Horticultural Science 2015 Annual Meeting

2015-Brym-ASHS-Talk

Zack Brym
Oral presentation for American Society for Horticultural Science 2015 Annual Meeting

The youngest sauropod evidence in Europe

Albert G. Sellés, Josep Marmi, Sergio Llácer & Alejandro Blanco
Titanosaur sauropods constituted one of the major dinosaur faunal components in Europe along the latest Cretaceous. Although they were abundant in the late Campanian–early Maastrichtian, titanosaurs apparently demised in terms of diversity and abundance in the late Maastrichtian Ibero-Armorican domain. Thus, any finding in this crucial period provides new clues to understand the biodiversity trend of the group prior to the K–Pg boundary. Here, we report the occurrence of a vertebral element attributed to a...

Understanding and Improving the Perceived Value of Software

Daniel S. Katz
Opening talk at WSSSPE2.1 at SciPy2015

Bioinformatics: Still a scary world for biologists

Holly Bik
Keynote talk at the 2015 Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (July 10, 2015 - Dublin, Ireland) #BOSC2015

Optogenetic Mouse Behavioral Modulation

Feng Zhang & Karl Deisseroth
Optogenetic stimulation of the right motor cortex in a Thy1-ChR2-EYFP transgenic mouse with 20Hz blue light flashes. Recorded July 14, 2007. Deisseroth Lab.

Paleogeographical dispersal model, Suppmat Fig S2, Landis (2015)

Michael Landis
Global paleogeographical dispersal model for 25 areas and 26 epochs. Areas are marked by black vertices. Black edges indicate both short- and medium distance dispersal routes. White edges indicate exclusively medium distance dispersal routes. Long distance dispersal routes are not shown, but are implied to exist between all area-pairs. Regions share colors (not directly important to the model).

Efficiently Scalable Multiscale Methods using DUNE

Rene Milk
Presentation given at PACO'15 in Magdeburg, Germany.

The Ice House at Beaulieu

James Miles
A post on the laser scanning work completed at the Ice House at Beaulieu

Automatic Georeferencing of Astronaut Auroral Photography

Andrew Walsh
Presentation describing a technique for georeferencing auroral photographs taken from space that have unknown pointing.

PLIP - Fully automated Protein-Ligand Interaction Profiler

Sebastian Salentin, Sven Schreiber, , Melissa F. Adasme & Michael Schroeder
The characterization of interactions in protein-ligand complexes is essential for research in structural bioinformatics, drug discovery and biology. However, comprehensive tools are not freely available to the research community. Here, we present the protein-ligand interaction profiler (PLIP), a novel web service for fully automated detection and visualization of relevant non-covalent protein-ligand contacts in 3D structures, freely available at projects.biotec.tu-dresden.de/plip-web. The input is either a Protein Data Bank structure, a protein or ligand name, or a...

P-Hacking: A Practical Guide

Presentation given to the TARG research group, University of Bristol, Friday 8th May

Associations between pre- and post-diagnostic use of beta-blockers and ovarian cancer survival

Chris Brown, Thomas Ian Barron, Kathleen Bennett & Linda Sharp
Background: There is evidence in breast, colorectal and prostate cancer that patients who use beta-blocker (BB) medication have better cancer outcomes. There is some evidence of similar benefits in ovarian tumours. We investigated whether BB use was associated with improved survival within Irish ovarian cancer patients. Method: Women diagnosed with invasive ovarian cancer (ICD code: C56) between 2001–2011 were identified from the National Cancer Registry Ireland. Those with continuous eligibility for a (means-tested) medical card...

Effectiveness of finite-element modelling of damage and injuries for explosions inside trains

Martin Larcher, Rebecca Forsberg, Ulf Björnstig, Annelie Holgersson & George Solomos
The rail-bound sector has become a preferred target of terrorist attacks because of its vulnerability, and the most frequent way to carry out these attacks has been the use of explosive devices. The aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of modelling detonation effects inside train carriages using explicit finite element techniques. The numerical simulations consider fluid-structure interaction phenomena and several parametric studies are conducted. Carriage damage and injuries to the passengers are...

Brand Management for Early-Career Scientists Using Social Media and Online Content to Expand your Professional Footprint

Nate Hough-Snee
Talk on using web content to expand professional reach in wetland science. Presented at the Society of Wetland Scientists' Annual Meeting in Providence, RI 1 June 2015.

Brand management for early-career scientists: using social media and online content to expand your professional footprint

Nate Hough-Snee
Talk on using web content to expand professional reach in wetland science. Presented at the Society of Wetland Scientists' Annual Meeting in Providence, RI, USA. 1 June 2015.

Video 1: Awareness Through Movement (ATM) Lesson - Lengthening the Hamstrings by Inhibiting Muscular Contraction

Dav Clark, Frank Schumann & Jeff Haller
Supporting Material for Clark, Schumann and Mostofsky (2015), "Mindful Movement and Skilled Attention," linked below. An excerpt from chapter 2 of Haller (2014), vol. 9, disc 1. In this lesson, students can discover sensorimotor information on how to lengthen the hamstring muscle via mindful movement without stretching or other forms of strenuous physical exertion. The full movement lesson is included, followed by the initial class discussion. The lesson may be used to provide a first-person...

Video 3: Increased Challenge - Awareness Through Movement (ATM) demonstrating \"motoric mind wandering\"

Dav Clark, Frank Schumann & Jeff Haller
Supporting Material for Clark, Schumann and Mostofsky (2015), "Mindful Movement and Skilled Attention," first link below. An excerpt from Haller (2014), vol. 2, disc 3. The student struggles to remain engaged with the rhythmic movement of her hand (introduced in Video 2, second link below) while doing another challenging movement. The overall goal is to learn to coordinate control and attention to perform both movements simultaneously, providing a motoric context for detecting and correcting failures...

NeotomaDB-CSDCO Presentation

John Williams
Powerpoint presentation, June 4 2015, presenting update on Neotoma Paleoecology Database as Community Data Repository and vision for building integrated data flows between LacCore/CSDCO and Neotoma.

EvoSysBio in 10 Slides

Laurence Loewe
Explaining in 10 slides how evolutionary systems biology can be defined and how it might help quantify fitness landscapes in a useful way. The way to get there is long, but we have to start somewhere. More details in the EvoSysBio framework paper ( http://www.biomedcentral.com/1752-0509/3/27 ) and elsewhere. This work helped clarify very long-term goals and a wide net of requirements, which drive the practical work on the NSF grant that helped produce these figures...

Science in Society - Climate Change and Society Lecture

Amber Griffiths
Lecture five in a series for a third year undergraduate (biosciences/geography) module 'Science in Society' developed and delivered for the University of Exeter 2014.

The Relationship between Class Size and Active Twitter Participation in the Engineering Classroom

Devin Berg
Presented at the 2015 ASEE Annual Conference in Seattle, WA. 15 June 2015

An Introduction to Plagiarism

Timothy Peters
A PowerPoint presentation designed to introduce students to the concept of plagiarism. Includes a short interactive quiz.

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