Compared with self-incompatible (SI) species, species that shift to self-compatibility (SC) are more likely to colonize a new habitat. Linnaea borealis, named after Carl Linnaeus and commonly known as twinflower, is an undershrub of woods with a circumpolar distribution in boreal forests. Twinflower is SC at the eastern edge of the species distribution in North […]
Construction Safety and Waste ManagementRisk Engineering2015, pp 61-73 Date: 20 Nov 2014Relevant Data in the Rising Tide of Big Data: A Text-Mining Analysis in Construction Safety Index Rita Yi Man Li $29.95 / €24.95 / £19.95 ** Final gross prices may vary according to local VAT.Get AccessAbstract The previous generation of academia faced
Lisa and I have been involved in two Software Carpentry Bootcamps this year: firstly the hosts of a Bootcamp in April at the University of Warwick, and the second, just last week, at a Bootcamp co-organised with the Centre for Genomic Research at the University of Liverpool. A few people at the Liverpool event expressed interest in[...]
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Keith Laws, Alex Langford and Samei Huda provide a critique of the British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology report published today.
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