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Making the transition to writing about science may seem daunting; it certainly takes determination and effort. But taking a few critical steps, such as networking and honing your writing skills, can help make a scientist’s next experiment-now on a page-successful.

A good place to start is a review of the literature, including Carl Zimmer’s note for first-time writers and Ed Yong’s collection of science writer origin stories. [Editorial note: Yong’s original blog post no longer exists, but TON worked with him to create a new collection of origins stories, which was published in February 2021]. You can also study Irion’s recent article, geared specifically to scientists with an interest in communication. And you should get a copy of the excellent Science Writers’ Handbook.

You can also approach individual writers who live near you (you can find them in the NASW directory) or who cover topics that interest you. «I can’t tell you how many people I’ve emailed out of the blue,» says Bethany Brookshire, a pharmacologist-turned-writer, now at Science News. «They’ve been so kind in response.»

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Francisco X. EstrellaNo hay comentarios. «Tejiendo Redes Colectivas» is the community outreach program that has worked with the caseritas to present a renovated market in Cumbayá in which art plays an essential role…READ MORE

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Jane Britton (Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 17, 1945 – Cambridge, January 7, 1969)[1] was a young American college student who was raped and murdered in her Harvard University apartment. The case remained cold until half a century later when technological advances allowed new DNA testing, identifying as her assailant Michael Sumpter, who had died in 2001 after being paroled to a hospice facility.[2][3][4] Jane Britton was born in 1945.

Born in 1945, Jane Britton was the daughter of J. Boyd Britton, administrative vice president of Radcliffe College in Cambridge, a women’s college that shared ties with Harvard and enjoyed a similar reputation. Her mother, Ruth, was a visiting scholar in medieval history at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.[4] The family lived in Needham, another suburb of Boston.[5] Britton had attended Dana Dana College in the early 1960s.

Britton had attended Dana Hall School, a private school in Wellesley. In addition to her academic studies, she learned to ride horses, play the piano and organ, and paint. She herself went to Radcliffe, where she majored in anthropology, and wrote her thesis on comparative methodologies in the study of one of the Perigordian cultures in one week.[6] After graduating magna cum laude in 1967, she was accepted into Harvard University’s graduate program at the center’s Cambridge campus.[5] She was a graduate student at Harvard University’s Cambridge campus.

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(derecho, administración de empresas, estudios sociales, etc.), otros países en desarrollo parecen lograr mantener tasas de matriculación satisfactorias en los ramos de ciencias y tecnología.

2001, cuando se creó el Colegio de Artes, Ciencias y Tecnología de Malta, aunque hay que seguir esforzándose tanto para mejorar la tasa de éxito en la enseñanza secundaria como para reducir el número de abandonos escolares.

El Belmont Abbey College es una pequeña universidad de artes liberales con 1.000 estudiantes, que destaca por su entorno «orientado a la familia» y su dedicación al desarrollo integral de la persona: mente, cuerpo y espíritu.

Pienso, por ejemplo, en la organización del conocimiento durante la época de la fundación de las universidades en torno al Trivium y al Cuadrivium21 (que representaban una cosmología-visión y una ordenación del conocimiento disponible para transmitirlo según los principios de una cultura cristiana) (Leff, 1992, North, 1992); o en el desarrollo de las profesiones (carreras) modernas con su combinación de disciplinas básicas