Earlier this year I attended San Diego BIOCOM’s Global Life Sciences Partnering Conference held on February 1–2, 2012 at the Lodge at Torrey Pines. This two-day event featured EBD Group’s sophisticated, web-based partnering system, partneringONE® that enabled attendees to manage … Continue reading
I found the Creative Commons newsletter interesting because of an article called “OBO Foundry Announces its First Set of Ontologies.” The short article discusses this “initiative to create a group of biological and biomedical ontologies [or categories of being] that covers … Continue reading
Viacom lost their lawsuit with Google today over copywrite infringement issues related to user-uploaded content of popular TV programs. The NY Times reported in the brief “Judge Sides With Google in Viacom Lawsuit” about the win.
I read the article “The Real Science Gap” today on the Miller-McCune web site about the lack of jobs in America for engineers and scientists. To sum up, we do not have a “brain drain” per the popular misconception, but … Continue reading
I agree with Emotion + Logic blogger David Armano’s assessment that we are all still as much of social beings as we were in the past, and we still seek to have our basic needs met in a positive way. … Continue reading
I just started reading a book called “Your Brain At Work” by David Rock. In the first pages it has already promised that it will look inside my brain, or a brain somehow similar to my brain, and tell me … Continue reading
In reviewing my ISPI Handbook of Human Performance Technology, I came to consider the three variables of learning described as 1) the experience of the learner, 2) performance outcomes, and 3) instructional strategies. Briefly described for reference, the experience of … Continue reading