Getting your alcohol level to the correct (low) level may help focus on problem solving but any more and it all goes wrong. Much more experimentation is clearly required.
Doctors Replace Patient's Thoracic Vertebrae With 3D-Printed Replica
Infographic on how to 'flip' a professional development session.
Nice ideas starting with learners' needs.
How could this work for CPD in medicine? An online quiz or survey ahead of a session could be useful.
"Remote-Learner is working with Microsoft Open Technologies to build and provide integrations between Moodle and Office 365, OneDrive for Business and Consumer, OneNote and Outlook Calendar. These integrations will provide seamless workflows between Microsoft products already used by organizations, and Moodle, one of the most popular Learning Management Systems (LMS) in use today."
"A computer system called PaleoDeepDive has equaled (or bested in some categories) scientists at the complex task of extracting data from scientific publications and placing it in a database that catalogs the results of tens of thousands of individual studies."
"The project required a million hours of computer time. It also required access to tens of thousands of articles, says Jacquelyn Crinion, assistant director of licensing and acquisitions services at the UW–Madison General Library System. And the download volume threatened logjams in document delivery. Eventually, Elsevier gave the UW-Madison team broad access to 10,000 downloads per week.
As text- and data-mining takes off, Crinion says the library system and publishers will adapt. “The challenge for all of us is to provide specialized services for researchers while continuing to meet the core needs of the vast majority of our customers.”"
"Open Source Craft Brewery Shares More Than Recipes"
All very American with weird units but an interesting (marketing) resource. Doesn't add much as far as I can see.
"Researchers have discovered that graphene allows positively charged hydrogen atoms or protons to pass through it despite being completely impermeable to all other gases, including hydrogen itself.
The breakthrough raises the prospect of extracting hydrogen fuel from air and burning it as a carbon-free source of energy in a fuel cell to produce electricity and water with no damaging waste products."
Remember these? My friend says the newer ones just don't have the same easy-to-feel mechanism. Must say I agree.