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Maximizing Research Success through Integrated Multi-level Research Projects

Research integrity and quality are threatened by high supervisor-student ratios. However, structuring research projects to enable integration of results can address this successfully. A framework for achieving this is proposed.

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Published online: March 27, 2014

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Concentration, Reactive-Proactive Aggression, Non-verbal Aggression, and Wellness Among Video Games Playing Adolescents

Study examines levels of concentration, reactive-proactive aggression, non-verbal aggression and wellness among video games playing adolescents. Lower level of wellness, higher level of reactive-proactive aggression and non-verbal aggression were noticed.

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The Physics Outreach Group: What, Where, When, How and Why?

Science, in particular physics, suffers from a poor reputation of being difficult and boring. The Physics Outreach Group is researching how to change this reputation.

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Published online: January 31, 2014

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On the Driving Forces of Science

The history of science is reviewed. It is argued that at every stage of the development of society the new needs of society determined the direction of science.

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Published online: January 31, 2014

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The International Journal of Science in Society , Volume 5, Issue 1, March 2014

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Assessing Daniel Bell’s Forecast: Big Science and the Post-Industrial Society

This paper examines the trajectory of post-WWII Big Science in the US to assess Daniel Bell’s forecast that sociologizing—non-economic—goals, will take precedence over economic goals in determining science policy.

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Energy Limits in Planning and Development: Local Understandings of Energy Return on Water and Energy Invested

Inputs required for the production of energy impose costs not always considered in planning and development. Local understanding of biophysical limits is explored in the public process through discourse analysis.

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An “Open-campus Museum” for Sharing Science with the Public

The “open-campus museum” at the Hebrew University shares science with the public. Rigorously trained student guides lead fifteen different subject-oriented programs, which produce significant cognitive and affective impact.

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Ayurvedic Revivalism: Appropriating a Sense of “National” Identity through Modernity

Late-nineteenth century India witnessed the clash of colonial Western medicine vis-a-vis indigenous Ayurvedic medicine. The paper examines Ayurvedic revivalism in the event of Western medicine’s assumption of scientific authority.

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Making an Impact? The Emergence of Improvement Science in Healthcare

The philosophy of Improvement science questions the value of science to society. Using healthcare research as an example we explore the translation of health care research into benefits for patients.

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