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Acuarelas inéditas de Agustín Stahl

La Universidad del Sagrado Corazón y el Smithsonian Institution tienen el placer de invitarles a la apertura de la exposición “Acuarelas inéditas de Agustín Stahl” en la Sala de Artes A de la USC: el jueves, 10 de febrero a … Continue reading

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Faulty new-age reasoning?

I’m going to use a sentence from a person I admire and follow, whose work I am fond of. Thus I am not disclosing the name. Still there are too many new-age-like thoughts that need to be uncovered and an … Continue reading

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Symposium. Science & Web 2.0: A Dialogue

Symposium “Science & Web 2.0: A Dialogue” And now, it’s minus four days to the Symposium: Science & Web 2.0 to be held at Sagrado Corazón, May 15th, 8:00am-1:00pm. Registration is free through http://stemmed.sagrado.edu/simposio! Get there early, and enjoy Mike … Continue reading

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Canada’s science minister is a creationist?

Canada’s science minister is a creationist – Boing Boing, also from a Tweet by Stephen Downes. Canada’s science minister, the man at the centre of the controversy over federal funding cuts to researchers, won’t say if he believes in evolution. … Continue reading

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thoughtware.tv: science at one’s fingertips!

I am very proud of Andrés Colón, who was a student of mine and worked with me for a while. He is brilliant and a very modest person. But he developed a Web wonder, a video-sharing system for scientific advance. … Continue reading

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