• Sydney Science Park Partnership

    A new partnership between the Sydney Science Park and the Westmead precinct will connect leading scientific research with innovative business and bring tens of thousands of jobs to Western Sydney. Read more: http://bit.ly/2tXWyZH

    published: 26 Jul 2017
  • The NICER Mission: A Partnership in Science and Technology on the ISS

    Host Jan Vrtilek Speaker Keith Gendreau - Goddard The Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) is an X-ray astrophysics mission of opportunity that will reveal the inner workings of neutron stars, cosmic lighthouses that embody unique gravitational, electromagnetic, and nuclear-physics environments. NICER achieves this objective by deploying a high-heritage instrument as an attached payload on a zenith-side ExPRESS Logistics Carrier (ELC) aboard the International Space Station (ISS). NICER offers order-of-magnitude improvements in time-coherent sensitivity and timing resolution beyond the capabilities of any X-ray observatory flown to date. Through a cost-sharing opportunity between the NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD) and NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD)...

    published: 04 Feb 2016
  • "Role of Cultural, Educational and Scientific Ties in Russia–China Comprehensive Partnership"

    Plenary Session RUCN2017

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • AXALTA 2016 Corporate Video The Science of Performance. The Chemistry of Partnership

    Watch our new corporate video and learn more about Axalta’s commitment to innovation, productivity, and customer support.

    published: 23 Aug 2016
  • Powerful Partnership

    Three leading urologists discuss the benefits and opportunities they anticipate through the new partnership formed as a result of the Boston Scientific acquisition of the AMS Men’s Health and Prostate Health Businesses. The physicians featured in the video are Cully C. Carson, III, MD of UNC School of Medicine, Brian Matlaga, MD, MPH of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Glenn M. Preminger, MD of Duke Urology.

    published: 29 Jul 2015
  • Imaging science and cardiology the heart of a good partnership

    Presented at SPIE Medical Imaging 2012 - http://spie.org/mi Reza Razavi King's College London (United Kingdom) Imaging has developed into an essential part of the management of patients with cardiovascular disease. Application of new and innovative imaging applications continues to move this field forward both for better diagnosis and characterization of patients to plan treatments, and in using imaging to guide therapy to get the optimal outcomes. The advances in this area require the close collaboration between the biomedical engineers, physicists and computer scientists who are developing the algorithms and tools, and clinicians who identify the clinical challenges and translate the tools to improve patient care. In this presentation I will illustrate in three examples how this c...

    published: 23 Feb 2012
  • LifeGen Partnership and Science

    See http://bit.ly/3Nxll5 for more about LifeGen. To view our company's Scientific Advisory Board, see http://bit.ly/aEBfu8. See http://bit.ly/fzHOL8 for the science behind Vitality and for recent study presentations on Vitality see http://bit.ly/gph3fu and http://bit.ly/fFYgby.

    published: 12 Oct 2010
  • The Genius of Einstein: The Science, His Brain, the Man

    What made Albert Einstein one of the greatest scientific geniuses the world has ever known? His scientific breakthroughs revolutionized the way we understand the universe. The World Science Festival, in partnership with the 92Y’s 7 Days of Genius Festival, presents an in-depth look into the genius of Einstein. Join physicist Brian Greene, neurologist Frederick Lepore and author and filmmaker Thomas Levenson for a lively and informative conversation on the science, the brain and the life of one of history’s most fascinating men. Moderated by Cynthia McFadden of NBC News. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on twitter: https://twitter...

    published: 12 Mar 2015
  • Photographing Natural Forces | The Art + Science of Fabian Oefner

    Fabian Oefner's photography produces surreal, colorful imagery that captures unique moments in time and motion through the use of centrifugal forces, popped balloons, and more. Head into the studio as he prepares his latest photo series "Orchid." Read more: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/fabian-oefner-turns-basic-scientific-concepts-into-vibrant-pop-art www.fabianoefner.com For more awe-inspiring photography, click here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6uqON-thyrZP8lVb9Rs5uAZw0i51D1Hy _______________________________ SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project Newsletter: http://bit.ly/HhxuUN _______________________________ The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://the...

    published: 05 Nov 2013
  • University of Canterbury & Canterbury Scientific Ltd: Biotechnology partnership

    Partnering on long term and higher risk research projects to address significant, global diagnostic health problems. Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Research & Business Partnership Finalist The University of Canterbury and Canterbury Scientific have successfully collaborated on projects to improve diagnosis of complications arising from diabetes. These collaborations have grown into a strong partnership addressing diagnostic health issues in diabetes, preeclampsia, and hypertension with an aim of developing new biotechnology products. Our partnership supports Canterbury Scientific’s R&D challenges and goals, provides a clear path to market for new IP developed at the University of Canterbury and engages undergraduate and postgraduate students to provide them with relevant, industry experience ...

    published: 30 Jun 2016
  • Orbis Labsystems' Partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific Explained

    Steve Hunt, Senior Account Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific spoke at an informatics event in Dublin explaining the long-standing partnership between Thermo Fisher Scientific and Orbis Labsystems

    published: 20 Apr 2015
  • WHOI and James Cameron form Science/Exploration Partnership

    Explorer and filmmaker James Cameron and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have formed a partnership to stimulate advances in ocean science and technology and build on the historic breakthroughs of the 2012 Cameron-led DEEPSEA CHALLENGE expedition exploring deep-ocean trenches. The announcement comes on the one-year anniversary of Cameron's unprecedented solo dive to 35,787 feet, almost 11,000 meters, to the deepest place on Earth—the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench—in the vertically-deployed vehicle he and his team engineered, the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submersible system and science platform. Cameron will transfer the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER to Woods Hole, where WHOI scientists and engineers will work with Cameron and his team to incorporate the sub's numerous engineering advance...

    published: 27 Mar 2013
  • IPAS Partnership with Trajan Scientific

    IPAS Partnership with Trajan Scientific & Medical

    published: 20 Oct 2016
  • Air-Met Scientific & Industrial Scientific Corporation - Celebrating 15 Years Of Partnership

    Since 2002, Air-Met Scientific has been working closely together with gas detection experts Industrial Scientific to protect workers on the job and sending workers home alive by providing innovative gas detection solutions. Here's a quick message from the President & CEO of Industrial Scientific Corporation, Justin Mcelhattan on working with Air-Met Scientific. For more information about Industrial Scientific's range of gas detection solutions in Australia, visit www.airmet.com.au or call 1800 000 744.

    published: 15 Jun 2017
  • Boston Scientific - Power of Partnership

    published: 18 Dec 2012
  • Partnerships for the Ocean

    Find out how the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO works with partners around the world to mobilize ocean science for sustainable development. Our partnerships seek to transform the best scientific knowledge into informed policies that can deliver the ocean we need for the future we want! More about the IOC of UNESCO and its partners: http://ioc.unesco.org

    published: 17 Jun 2017
  • Math and Science Partnership

    Created using http://studio.stupeflix.com/

    published: 11 Nov 2016
  • A scientific research career journey

    A research career journey in partnership with Elsevier. http://www.biggerbrains.com

    published: 18 Jun 2012
  • Science of Innovation: Origami Structures

    Origami is the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. But to engineer Mary Frecker of Pennsylvania State University, it is the future for designing tools that could be used in fields such as medicine and space exploration. "Science of Innovation" is produced in partnership with the National Science Foundation and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

    published: 17 Feb 2016
  • 34.Partnership Between Science & Spirituality

    34. Partnership Between Science & Spirituality The aim of science is to uncover the deepest truths, and the aim of spirituality is the search for the cause behind fact. Scientists discover how creation and human life came into being. Those engaged in spirituality try to find the hidden cause behind scientific fact. They are interested in the laws of nature, but wish to find the divine law that brought everything into being. While scientists search through outer instrumentation, spiritual scientists focus on higher levels of consciousness. Both science and spirituality aim at the same truth, but arrive there differently. At the heart of science and spirituality is a partnership seeking to answer the same questions. When scientists study water, they analyse its molecules. But when spiri...

    published: 16 Aug 2017
  • 3. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress

    See http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/ One of the world's largest global scientific partnerships for sustainable agricultural development has launched a bold new research initiative that aims to dramatically improve the ability of rice farmers to feed growing populations in some of the world's poorest nations. The efforts of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP; http://irri.org/images/stories/hrs/GRISP_Executive_Summary_11-2-2010.pdf ) , are expected to lift 150 million people out of poverty by 2035 and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. This video clip (the second of four) highlights the significance of GRiSP, which was discussed during the closing session of the Interna...

    published: 12 Nov 2010
  • 2. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress in Hanoi

    See http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/ One of the world's largest global scientific partnerships for sustainable agricultural development has launched a bold new research initiative that aims to dramatically improve the ability of rice farmers to feed growing populations in some of the world's poorest nations. The efforts of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP; http://irri.org/images/stories/hrs/GRISP_Executive_Summary_11-2-2010.pdf ) , are expected to lift 150 million people out of poverty by 2035 and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. This video clip (the first of four) highlights the significance of GRiSP, which was discussed during the closing session of the Internat...

    published: 12 Nov 2010
  • Cirm: an all-in-one venue for total scientific immersion

    ESTABLISHED IN 1981 BY THE FRENCH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY, CIRM IS MEETING NEW CHALLENGES AND STRENGTHENING ITS ALREADY SOLID FOUNDATIONS The Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) is quite a unique place. Situated on the doorstep of the Calanques National Park, a famous nature reserve in the South of France, the aim of this Centre is to offer the best welcome to researchers from around the world. Scientists can work together, exchange ideas, share their knowledge and advance the key issues of their discipline. They can also develop ambitious projects with the other sciences and pass on their knowledge and findings to young researchers and doctoral students. CIRM, often known as ‘Luminy’, the campus where it is situated, is a nursery for talent, a mathematical melting pot. A...

    published: 12 Jul 2016
  • 5. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress

    See http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/ One of the world's largest global scientific partnerships for sustainable agricultural development has launched a bold new research initiative that aims to dramatically improve the ability of rice farmers to feed growing populations in some of the world's poorest nations. The efforts of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP; http://irri.org/images/stories/hrs/GRISP_Executive_Summary_11-2-2010.pdf ) , are expected to lift 150 million people out of poverty by 2035 and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. This video clip (the third of four) highlights the significance of GRiSP, which was discussed during the closing session of the Internat...

    published: 12 Nov 2010
Sydney Science Park Partnership

Sydney Science Park Partnership

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A new partnership between the Sydney Science Park and the Westmead precinct will connect leading scientific research with innovative business and bring tens of thousands of jobs to Western Sydney. Read more: http://bit.ly/2tXWyZH
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The NICER Mission: A Partnership in Science and Technology on the ISS

The NICER Mission: A Partnership in Science and Technology on the ISS

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Host Jan Vrtilek Speaker Keith Gendreau - Goddard The Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) is an X-ray astrophysics mission of opportunity that will reveal the inner workings of neutron stars, cosmic lighthouses that embody unique gravitational, electromagnetic, and nuclear-physics environments. NICER achieves this objective by deploying a high-heritage instrument as an attached payload on a zenith-side ExPRESS Logistics Carrier (ELC) aboard the International Space Station (ISS). NICER offers order-of-magnitude improvements in time-coherent sensitivity and timing resolution beyond the capabilities of any X-ray observatory flown to date. Through a cost-sharing opportunity between the NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD) and NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) NICER will also demonstrate how neutron stars can serve as deep-space navigation beacons to guide humankind out of Earth orbit, to destinations throughout the Solar System and beyond. I will overview the NICER mission, discuss our experience working with the ISS, and describe the process of forging a partnership between SMD and STMD.
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"Role of Cultural, Educational and Scientific Ties in Russia–China Comprehensive Partnership"

"Role of Cultural, Educational and Scientific Ties in Russia–China Comprehensive Partnership"

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Plenary Session RUCN2017
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AXALTA 2016 Corporate Video The Science of Performance. The Chemistry of Partnership

AXALTA 2016 Corporate Video The Science of Performance. The Chemistry of Partnership

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Watch our new corporate video and learn more about Axalta’s commitment to innovation, productivity, and customer support.
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Powerful Partnership

Powerful Partnership

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Three leading urologists discuss the benefits and opportunities they anticipate through the new partnership formed as a result of the Boston Scientific acquisition of the AMS Men’s Health and Prostate Health Businesses. The physicians featured in the video are Cully C. Carson, III, MD of UNC School of Medicine, Brian Matlaga, MD, MPH of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Glenn M. Preminger, MD of Duke Urology.
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Imaging science and cardiology the heart of a good partnership

Imaging science and cardiology the heart of a good partnership

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Presented at SPIE Medical Imaging 2012 - http://spie.org/mi Reza Razavi King's College London (United Kingdom) Imaging has developed into an essential part of the management of patients with cardiovascular disease. Application of new and innovative imaging applications continues to move this field forward both for better diagnosis and characterization of patients to plan treatments, and in using imaging to guide therapy to get the optimal outcomes. The advances in this area require the close collaboration between the biomedical engineers, physicists and computer scientists who are developing the algorithms and tools, and clinicians who identify the clinical challenges and translate the tools to improve patient care. In this presentation I will illustrate in three examples how this close partnership has been effective in work that I have been involved in over the last 10 years, for patients with congestive heart failure, heart rhythm abnormalities and congenital heart disease. I will also set out some of the challenges that I think will be important to address in the next 10 years where imaging can continue to have major impact in improving the care of patients with cardiovascular disease. Biography: Professor Reza Razavi heads the Divi- sion of Imaging Sciences and Biomedical Engineering at King's College London and is an Honorary Consultant in Paediatric Cardiology at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He is also Director of the KCL Medical Engineering Centre of Excellence funded by the Wellcome Trust and EPSRC. Prof. Razavi leads the Imaging and Biomedical Engineering clinical academic group at King's Health Partners, an academic health sciences centre which delivers health care to patients and undertakes health-related science and research. The main focus of Prof. Razavi's research is cardiac MRI particularly in relation to congenital heart disease, XMR (X-ray and MRI) guided cardiac catheterisation and methodological advances to move to faster 3-Dimensional cardiac imaging. His research group at KCL was the first to perform MRI guided cardiac catheterisation in patients and to use XMR in radio-frequency ablation of arrhythmias as well as catheter guided interventions in congenital heart disease.
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LifeGen Partnership and Science

LifeGen Partnership and Science

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See http://bit.ly/3Nxll5 for more about LifeGen. To view our company's Scientific Advisory Board, see http://bit.ly/aEBfu8. See http://bit.ly/fzHOL8 for the science behind Vitality and for recent study presentations on Vitality see http://bit.ly/gph3fu and http://bit.ly/fFYgby.
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The Genius of Einstein: The Science, His Brain, the Man

The Genius of Einstein: The Science, His Brain, the Man

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What made Albert Einstein one of the greatest scientific geniuses the world has ever known? His scientific breakthroughs revolutionized the way we understand the universe. The World Science Festival, in partnership with the 92Y’s 7 Days of Genius Festival, presents an in-depth look into the genius of Einstein. Join physicist Brian Greene, neurologist Frederick Lepore and author and filmmaker Thomas Levenson for a lively and informative conversation on the science, the brain and the life of one of history’s most fascinating men. Moderated by Cynthia McFadden of NBC News. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Original Program Date: Mar 6, 2015 Host: Cynthia McFadden Participants: Brian Greene, Thomas Levenson, Fredrick Lepore Brian Greene's Introduction. 00:05 Welcome Cynthia McFadden. 3:44 Participant Introductions. 4:58 Albert Einsteins annus mirabilis. 6:00 Einsteins love of the violin. 9:33 Keeping the speed of light constant. 14:12 In 1914 what was Einsteins life like? 21:30 Einsteins note to on bending light. 31:23 How did Einstein see himself? 35:44 why was Einsteins early life more successful that his later life? 42:40 What do we know about Einsteins brain? 50:39 Does the brain make the genius? 1:02:11 Audience questions. 1:09:14
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Photographing Natural Forces | The Art + Science of Fabian Oefner

Photographing Natural Forces | The Art + Science of Fabian Oefner

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Fabian Oefner's photography produces surreal, colorful imagery that captures unique moments in time and motion through the use of centrifugal forces, popped balloons, and more. Head into the studio as he prepares his latest photo series "Orchid." Read more: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/fabian-oefner-turns-basic-scientific-concepts-into-vibrant-pop-art www.fabianoefner.com For more awe-inspiring photography, click here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6uqON-thyrZP8lVb9Rs5uAZw0i51D1Hy _______________________________ SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project Newsletter: http://bit.ly/HhxuUN _______________________________ The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ _______________________________ Check out our full video catalog: http://youtube.com/user/TheCreatorsProject/videos Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/
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University of Canterbury & Canterbury Scientific Ltd: Biotechnology partnership

University of Canterbury & Canterbury Scientific Ltd: Biotechnology partnership

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Partnering on long term and higher risk research projects to address significant, global diagnostic health problems. Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Research & Business Partnership Finalist The University of Canterbury and Canterbury Scientific have successfully collaborated on projects to improve diagnosis of complications arising from diabetes. These collaborations have grown into a strong partnership addressing diagnostic health issues in diabetes, preeclampsia, and hypertension with an aim of developing new biotechnology products. Our partnership supports Canterbury Scientific’s R&D challenges and goals, provides a clear path to market for new IP developed at the University of Canterbury and engages undergraduate and postgraduate students to provide them with relevant, industry experience and encourage entrepreneurial thinking at the University of Canterbury. Canterbury Scientific develops and produces the highest quality freeze-dried and ready-to-use liquid haemoglobin controls available. Its major product, the haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) control, is relied on by tens of thousands of people around the world to help manage their diabetes.
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Orbis Labsystems' Partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific Explained

Orbis Labsystems' Partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific Explained

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Steve Hunt, Senior Account Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific spoke at an informatics event in Dublin explaining the long-standing partnership between Thermo Fisher Scientific and Orbis Labsystems
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WHOI and James Cameron form Science/Exploration Partnership

WHOI and James Cameron form Science/Exploration Partnership

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Explorer and filmmaker James Cameron and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have formed a partnership to stimulate advances in ocean science and technology and build on the historic breakthroughs of the 2012 Cameron-led DEEPSEA CHALLENGE expedition exploring deep-ocean trenches. The announcement comes on the one-year anniversary of Cameron's unprecedented solo dive to 35,787 feet, almost 11,000 meters, to the deepest place on Earth—the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench—in the vertically-deployed vehicle he and his team engineered, the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submersible system and science platform. Cameron will transfer the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER to Woods Hole, where WHOI scientists and engineers will work with Cameron and his team to incorporate the sub's numerous engineering advancements into future research platforms and deep-sea expeditions. This partnership harnesses the power of public and private investment in supporting deep-ocean science.
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IPAS Partnership with Trajan Scientific

IPAS Partnership with Trajan Scientific

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IPAS Partnership with Trajan Scientific & Medical
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Air-Met Scientific & Industrial Scientific Corporation - Celebrating 15 Years Of Partnership

Air-Met Scientific & Industrial Scientific Corporation - Celebrating 15 Years Of Partnership

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Since 2002, Air-Met Scientific has been working closely together with gas detection experts Industrial Scientific to protect workers on the job and sending workers home alive by providing innovative gas detection solutions. Here's a quick message from the President & CEO of Industrial Scientific Corporation, Justin Mcelhattan on working with Air-Met Scientific. For more information about Industrial Scientific's range of gas detection solutions in Australia, visit www.airmet.com.au or call 1800 000 744.
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Boston Scientific - Power of Partnership

Boston Scientific - Power of Partnership

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Partnerships for the Ocean

Partnerships for the Ocean

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Find out how the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO works with partners around the world to mobilize ocean science for sustainable development. Our partnerships seek to transform the best scientific knowledge into informed policies that can deliver the ocean we need for the future we want! More about the IOC of UNESCO and its partners: http://ioc.unesco.org
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Math and Science Partnership

Math and Science Partnership

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Created using http://studio.stupeflix.com/
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A scientific research career journey

A scientific research career journey

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A research career journey in partnership with Elsevier. http://www.biggerbrains.com
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Science of Innovation: Origami Structures

Science of Innovation: Origami Structures

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Origami is the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. But to engineer Mary Frecker of Pennsylvania State University, it is the future for designing tools that could be used in fields such as medicine and space exploration. "Science of Innovation" is produced in partnership with the National Science Foundation and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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34.Partnership Between Science & Spirituality

34.Partnership Between Science & Spirituality

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34. Partnership Between Science & Spirituality The aim of science is to uncover the deepest truths, and the aim of spirituality is the search for the cause behind fact. Scientists discover how creation and human life came into being. Those engaged in spirituality try to find the hidden cause behind scientific fact. They are interested in the laws of nature, but wish to find the divine law that brought everything into being. While scientists search through outer instrumentation, spiritual scientists focus on higher levels of consciousness. Both science and spirituality aim at the same truth, but arrive there differently. At the heart of science and spirituality is a partnership seeking to answer the same questions. When scientists study water, they analyse its molecules. But when spiritual scientists study water, they become immersed in experiencing it through direct perception. Both perceive water but through different modes of perception. People today are familiar with reports of spiritual experiences. Polls and studies show that many believe in God, the soul, and an after-life. Such people find no contradiction between science and spirituality. They believe in scientific law as well as spiritual law. What people take as miracles are nothing more than higher laws. Washington Carver, an African –American who was once a slave, later became a world-famous scientist. He discovered 300 products that could be made from the humble peanut. Once he was asked how he came up with those discoveries. Carver replied, “One day I asked God what could be made out of a peanut?” God told me, “You have brains; find out for yourself!” This illustrated the relationship between science and spirituality. While God is the inspiration, human beings have a duty to search for knowledge and make discoveries. God could easily create anything, but God leaves it to humans to make the discoveries. Human beings have a choice: to live for themselves or devote their lives to the betterment of this planet. Some live only to gratify their desires. Those who contact a higher power, discover that the greatest purpose is to love and serve others. Scientists are devoted to bettering the lives of others. Thus, we find the mission of spiritual scientists and physical scientists is the same. They are both here to use their discoveries to better the lives of others. While physical scientists gaze at the stars through telescopes, and listen to radio-waves from distant stars through instrumentation, spiritual scientists gaze at the inner stars and listen to the inner Music of the Spheres through meditation. They both sit in silence, watching and waiting. Physical scientists try to prove through the outer eyes and ears, while spiritual scientists try to prove through the inner eyes and ears. My scientific background helped me study spirituality as a science. This approach helped me prove the validity of spiritual experiences. My spiritual background enabled me to better pursue the study of science. Meditation gives inspiration to uncover scientific truths. Discoveries come as inspiration. What is inspiration but tapping into spiritual laws? Science and spirituality make a great partnership. If those engaged in science spend time in the silence of themselves, inspiration will come and lead them to the answers they seek. If those interested in spirituality apply the scientific law of testing hypothesis in the laboratories of their own bodies, they will find results. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
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3. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress

3. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress

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See http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/ One of the world's largest global scientific partnerships for sustainable agricultural development has launched a bold new research initiative that aims to dramatically improve the ability of rice farmers to feed growing populations in some of the world's poorest nations. The efforts of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP; http://irri.org/images/stories/hrs/GRISP_Executive_Summary_11-2-2010.pdf ) , are expected to lift 150 million people out of poverty by 2035 and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. This video clip (the second of four) highlights the significance of GRiSP, which was discussed during the closing session of the International Rice Congress on 11 November 2010. Here, Achim Dobermann, deputy director general for research at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI; http://irri.org ) continues his introduction followed by comments (starting at 4:05 into the clip) of Carlos Perez del Castillo, Consortium Board Chair of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR; http://cgiarconsortium.cgxchange.org ). From left to right in the video are Alain Ghesquière, head of the IRD Genome and Development Research Unit; Marco Wopereis, AfricaRice deputy director general and director of research for development; Carlos Pérez del Castillo, chair of CGIAR consortium board; Achim Dobermann, IRRI deputy director general for research; Robert Habib, head of the CIRAD Department of Tropical Production and Processing Systems; and César Martínez, CIAT rice program leader. An initiative of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and led by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and its partners, GRiSP was launched in Hanoi today at the 3rd International Rice Congress. The new global initiative will lead scientists to embark on the most comprehensive attempt ever to deploy rice's genetic diversity. Cutting-edge research aimed at discovering new rice genes and deciphering their functions will feed into accelerated efforts to break the yield barrier in rice and to breed new generations of "climate-ready" rice with flooding tolerance and other traits that are essential for adapting production in the face of climate change. The initiative is expected to boost supplies enough to reduce anticipated increases in rice prices by an average of at least 6.5% by 2020, and at least 13% by 2035.
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2. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress in Hanoi

2. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress in Hanoi

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See http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/ One of the world's largest global scientific partnerships for sustainable agricultural development has launched a bold new research initiative that aims to dramatically improve the ability of rice farmers to feed growing populations in some of the world's poorest nations. The efforts of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP; http://irri.org/images/stories/hrs/GRISP_Executive_Summary_11-2-2010.pdf ) , are expected to lift 150 million people out of poverty by 2035 and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. This video clip (the first of four) highlights the significance of GRiSP, which was discussed during the closing session of the International Rice Congress on 11 November 2010. Here, Achim Dobermann, deputy director general for research at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI; http://irri.org ) provides an introduction. An initiative of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and led by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and its partners, GRiSP was launched in Hanoi today at the 3rd International Rice Congress. The new global initiative will lead scientists to embark on the most comprehensive attempt ever to deploy rice's genetic diversity. Cutting-edge research aimed at discovering new rice genes and deciphering their functions will feed into accelerated efforts to break the yield barrier in rice and to breed new generations of "climate-ready" rice with flooding tolerance and other traits that are essential for adapting production in the face of climate change. The initiative is expected to boost supplies enough to reduce anticipated increases in rice prices by an average of at least 6.5% by 2020, and at least 13% by 2035.
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Cirm: an all-in-one venue for total scientific immersion

Cirm: an all-in-one venue for total scientific immersion

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ESTABLISHED IN 1981 BY THE FRENCH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY, CIRM IS MEETING NEW CHALLENGES AND STRENGTHENING ITS ALREADY SOLID FOUNDATIONS The Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) is quite a unique place. Situated on the doorstep of the Calanques National Park, a famous nature reserve in the South of France, the aim of this Centre is to offer the best welcome to researchers from around the world. Scientists can work together, exchange ideas, share their knowledge and advance the key issues of their discipline. They can also develop ambitious projects with the other sciences and pass on their knowledge and findings to young researchers and doctoral students. CIRM, often known as ‘Luminy’, the campus where it is situated, is a nursery for talent, a mathematical melting pot. A particular feature of the centre is its residential quality. With CIRM’s dedicated team on hand to take care of their needs, researchers can focus exclusively on their scientific projects. Combining excellence with a quality venue Jointly managed by the SMF French Mathematical Society and by the CNRS National Center for Scientific Research, CIRM works in partnership with Aix-Marseille University and with the French Ministry for Higher Education and Research. It is one of the leading mathematics centres in terms of visitors. An international scientific board monitors the quality of the events organized and selects the recipients of the Jean-Morlet Chair, created in 2013. CIRM is also a key partner in two Research Departments of Excellence in France: Carmin and Archimède and an active member of international networks such as the European Research Centres On Mathematics (ERCOM). Increasing its capacity and enhancing its scientific policy As a well-known centre for worldwide mathematicians, CIRM welcomes over 3,500 visitors annually. The number of excellent proposals received each year is very high and, in order to respond to this growing popularity, the centre is embarking on new building developments (new conference hall, larger seminar room and additional bedrooms) so as to accommodate several events simultaneously by late 2018. Our scientific policy is also evolving to welcome new types of events.
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5. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress

5. Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) discussed at International Rice Congress

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  • Updated: 12 Nov 2010
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See http://www.cgiar.org/our-research/cgiar-research-programs/rice-grisp/ One of the world's largest global scientific partnerships for sustainable agricultural development has launched a bold new research initiative that aims to dramatically improve the ability of rice farmers to feed growing populations in some of the world's poorest nations. The efforts of the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP; http://irri.org/images/stories/hrs/GRISP_Executive_Summary_11-2-2010.pdf ) , are expected to lift 150 million people out of poverty by 2035 and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide. This video clip (the third of four) highlights the significance of GRiSP, which was discussed during the closing session of the International Rice Congress on 11 November 2010. Here, representatives of some of the key GRiSP partners provide some comments including (from left to right in the video) Alain Ghesquière, head of the IRD Genome and Development Research Unit; Marco Wopereis, AfricaRice deputy director general and director of research for development; Carlos Pérez del Castillo, chair of CGIAR consortium board; Achim Dobermann, IRRI deputy director general for research; Robert Habib, head of the CIRAD Department of Tropical Production and Processing Systems; and César Martínez, CIAT rice program leader. An initiative of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and led by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and its partners, GRiSP was launched in Hanoi today at the 3rd International Rice Congress. The new global initiative will lead scientists to embark on the most comprehensive attempt ever to deploy rice's genetic diversity. Cutting-edge research aimed at discovering new rice genes and deciphering their functions will feed into accelerated efforts to break the yield barrier in rice and to breed new generations of "climate-ready" rice with flooding tolerance and other traits that are essential for adapting production in the face of climate change. The initiative is expected to boost supplies enough to reduce anticipated increases in rice prices by an average of at least 6.5% by 2020, and at least 13% by 2035.
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