The ethos of a scholar, its influence on Academia and development of science, are subject of many studies in various disciplines. This article presents conclusions resulting from research on the role and functions of scientific masters in tourism research, Read more [...]
Children’s science learning is a vital part of their education and development. However, with the increasing pressures of everyday life, many children find it difficult to devote the time and energy necessary to learn science at a level that will benefit them in the future. Read more [...]
Part 3: Career Progression at the universities in London By Dr Solomon Habtemariam Read part 2 of the article here. How does career progression at post-92 universities compare with the Russell group? As the highest level of academic position, Read more [...]
From the Balmoral royal estate in the Scottish highlands to bogs of the Biebrza valley in northeast Poland, and from the frozen peatlands of northern Finland to the Rhine delta in the Netherlands, many of Europe’s degraded wet places are leaking carbon dioxide into the atmosphere on a huge scale. We must call a halt. Read more [...]
The increasingly apparent effects of climate change have motivated EU countries to investigate a range of novel ways to reduce energy consumption and encourage sustainable alternatives to fossil fuels. Ecoregions have emerged as a promising and practical means of accomplishing both goals. Read more [...]
Writing a scientific article for non-scientific readers can seem intimidating and time-consuming, but when done correctly, it can greatly expand your reach. Discover the key steps that will assist you in ensuring that your scientific article is engaging and understandable to a wide range of audiences. Read more [...]
Over 80% of all jobs in the United States are sedentary. Most people spend their days sitting at a desk and staring at a computer, only getting up to head to the copy machine or grab lunch with a coworker. Read more [...]
Microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic that are often released into the environment from products like cosmetics and clothing. They can also be created when larger pieces of plastic break down. One of the major discoveries is the presence of microplastics in the human body - what are the long-term impacts of this? Read more [...]
Scientific publications have become an important means for Master’s Degree students to distinguish themselves from the crowd and show off what they have learned while receiving an education. Some believe scientific publications are unnecessary for students and should be optional. Read more [...]
Equity in education has been a hot topic of discussion for quite a while now. After all, we are becoming increasingly aware of the inequalities in our society and the obstacles different groups of people face because of them. Read more [...]
AI is changing the landscape of education as people know it. It is predicted that in the future, most jobs will require some form of digital skills. That is why it is crucial to prepare students to live with AI and other cutting-edge technologies. Read more [...]
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