Sport research Time 🏃🏻♂️
«do you know how your muscles recover after an an physical effort?» Took part of a study about the recovery of muscles after an intense effort for the 2 last weeks with university of Westminster. Really interesting!
Acompanhando os experimentos dos alunos e trocando experiências. #PCR#Research #
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A recent study published by Bazaarvoice demonstrated that in-store shopping #behavior is significantly influenced by #online#research . The report, The ROBO Economy (Research Online Buy Offline), showed that 82% of #smartphone users consult their phones on purchases they are about to make in-store and 45% read #reviews before making a #purchase . Consumer behavior is evolving and online research is becoming more common in many categories. “The big surprise to me was the rise in what I would have considered low consideration categories before that are getting a lot of action in terms of research online buy in-store. That could be because they’re going to mass retailers and they’re buying a bunch of stuff. They’ve researched #coffee makers but they’ve also researched which pod is the best.”
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C. A subscription to a craft class group online where you can join in with classes and learn new things.
D. None of the above
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Two weeks until ASC-VIC's next event - Storytelling for Science Communication! Come and join ASC-VIC for a 100 Story Building storytelling workshop with a distinct science flavour. Improve your storytelling technique for maximum scientific impact!
Aimed at scientists and science communicators who want to engage audiences with factual content. The workshop will teach effective strategies from marketing and communications that place the audience at the centre of the message.
"Flesh-Eating' Bacteria May Be Spreading to Beaches Once Thought Off-Limits. Here's Why."
Flesh-eating" bacteria that live in the ocean may be spreading to previously unaffected beach waters thanks to climate change, according to a new report. .
The report authors described five cases of severe flesh-eating bacterial infections in people who were exposed to water or seafood from the Delaware Bay, which sits between Delaware and New Jersey. Such infections have historically been rare in the Delaware Bay, as the bacterium responsible for the disease, called Vibrio vulnificus, prefers warmer waters, such as those in the Gulf of Mexico.
But with rising ocean temperatures due to climate change, V. vulnificus may be moving farther north, making these infections in areas previously off-limits, the authors said.
"We believe that clinicians should be aware of the possibility that V. vulnificusinfections are occurring more frequently outside traditional geographic areas," the authors, from Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, wrote in their report, published today (June 17) in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.
V. vulnificus lives in ocean waters that are above 55 degrees Fahrenheit (13 degrees Celsius). .
Read more: livescience.com
I was so touched by the lengths that the city of Bari and the municipality of municipality of Apulia have gone to to make this group of +1000 migration researchers at home in this beautiful city. It is inspiring to see these regions take such steps to advocate for open and inclusive communities, even in the face of #salvini and his rhetoric. #tmc19bari#conferencelife#research#migrationnation
Meet Art Markman, Session 4 speaker and Executive Director of the IC2 Institute! “To meet the needs of a changing world, the Institute is returning to its roots as a source of new research and programs addressing key unstructured problems. Our focus is shifting to the topic of entrepreneurship in rural regions and small isolated cities”.
What makes humans tick the way we do? What are true characteristics of synesthesia? Can biological inheritance be surpassed at all? Mitchell is a neurogeneticist who researches the genetics of brain wiring. Even though we as a species are far from understanding everything about the brain, plenty of good resources (like this one) are available so we can get a better eagle eye’s view of what makes us...us! Check this one out. It gets pretty research-y and complex at times, but well worth the read!
Trama di Fondo di Giulia Deganello (@giunacca) e Erica Giacomazzi (@ericainfabula) è una delle 24 opere della Mostra - L'Arte delle Scienze Marine realizzate per il #WorldOceansDay e nate dalla collaborazione tra gli studenti dell'Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia e i ricercatori di ISMAR CNR Istituto di Scienze del Mare.
“Ricerca e sviluppo” sono cardini fondamentali per un’ innovazione aziendale costante e duratura nel tempo. Noi di Bio Snail lavoriamo costantemente e instancabilmente per regalarvi sempre prodotti e tecnologie di ultima generazione e non vediamo L’ ora di presentare e far restare i due nuovi prodotti che ufficialmente usciranno al “Sana Bologna Fiera” di Settembre 2019, prossimamente altre news... stay tuned!
"Research and development" are fundamental cornerstones for a constant and lasting business innovation. We at Bio Snail work constantly and tirelessly to always give you the latest products and technologies and we can't wait to present and keep the two new products that will officially be released at the "Sana Bologna Fiera" in September 2019, soon more news..stay tuned! #bio#eco#new#products#biosnail#madeinitaly#top#quality#skincare#tecnology#biotech#research#developments#cosmetics
Yesterday we were on our first bay exkursion to find some seahorses. We walked back home without having seen any. Maybe we‘ll be lucky today in an other one. Instead we had nice landscapes around us. 😁☀️
Last week I mentioned the importance of understanding research when it comes to "click bait" and how you may be sold on poor or manipulated information. One of the areas to look at when "research" is provided are the subjects in the studies. This is extremely important, especially when it comes to the exercise science field.
A lot of times they may make a claim in the article based on the study that sounds really exciting or promising to your goals. The problem is that usually the subjects in the study usually don't apply to everyone. One issue is that untrained/beginner subjects with have a completely different responses to exercise than experienced individuals. Beginners with adapt/progress so much faster than an experienced/advanced subject. This means that applying the data provided is an inaccurate picture of the claim because they will usually blanket the statement to apply to everyone.
Another thing to consider is how old were the subjects, how long did the subject undergo the protocol, what was controlled in the study to limit error in data and the list goes on. The data needs to apply to the population it's trying to make the claim to and in most "click bait" articles an educated eye can find serious issues with the claim. #science#research#clickbait#themoreyouknow#p4pmuscle#supplements#fitness#exercise
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The TikTok addiction in rural India is crazy.
From one generation to the other.
From being a source of entertainment to a source of inspiration.
We have the video first, mobile only, content consuming, youth as personas.
This weekend, one of our mini EQ members drew a few pictures of all the things that daddy would like for Father's day. What do you think these drawings represent?
We feel that the discover and research phase - (taking the time to define and understand what your customers need) is the most critical phase of a web project.
This will not only helps reduce project costs, it also helps shorten the development cycle, reduces scope creep, and most importantly increase the chances of success on launch rather than creating some unexpected surprises.
In this case, a shelf, a sofa and a glass of water - not 'exactly' what daddy wanted😂
Terwijl ik heerlijk aan het ontspannen ben (nouja, ontspannen... we mountainbiken, spelen petanque a.k.a. jeux-de-boule, en lopen hard, maar je begrijpt wat ik bedoel) loopt de @instalifesavercursus als een trein! Elke dag krijg ik enthousiaste berichten binnen van deelnemers die iets hebben geleerd. En dat maakt me zó gelukkig! Gelukkig en dankbaar. Dankbaar voor de mogelijkheid om dit te kunnen doen als vrouw en als mens (want in andere landen had ik misschien niet eens naar school kunnen gaan). Dankbaar voor mijn collega's en werkgever die mij steunen. Dankbaar voor alle mooierds die op mijn pad zijn gekomen en me hebben geïnspireerd, gemotiveerd, en geholpen met de cursus en @makesciencework (op de foto zie je lieve @gelukfabriek_marjanvandebult die zowat de belichaming is van #womensupportwomen ). En dankbaar voor jullie, want hoe cheesy ook, ik kan wel een droom hebben, maar als niemand met me meedroomt blijft het enkel in mijn eigen hoofd bestaan.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Liefs uit Limburg ❤ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Samen zijn met een dokter is niet altijd makkelijk, helemaal niet wanneer je alle twee dokter bent. Je werkt wisselende diensten, die eigenlijk nooit op elkaar af te stemmen zijn, werkt lange dagen, en hebt daarnaast veel me-time nodig om te verwerken wat je zo al meemaakt. In mijn geval werken we ook nog allebei in een ander ziekenhuis, hij zelfs in Duitsland. Omdat we elkaar zo weinig zien heeft hij daar wat op gevonden: ik reis gewoon mee in zijn auto. Op het jasje zit zelfs ergens nog een naambadge met een minuscuul kattenpootje er op! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
En het voordeel van samen zijn met een dokter? Hij begrijpt mij en mijn carrière als geen ander, en begrijpt het belang er van voor mij. En bovendien is hij éxtra knap in zijn Operatie Kamer pakje. 😉⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Vanmiddag gaan wij, na de start van de @instalifesavercursus (Jaaaaa, we zijn los!!!) lekker op vakantie. Alles even los laten, en tijd voor onszelf en elkaar. De weetjes en wist-je-datjes komen deze week dus niet vanuit het Noorden. Vanuit waar dan wel? Je ziet het woensdag! 😉😁⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Klein feestje want gisteren heb ik met behulp van mijn lieve nieuwe vriendinnen en motivatoren @sayreen_com@esthrz en @wantedbutwild de belangrijkste scènes voor de @instalifesavercursus kunnen filmen! En dat niet alleen😮... @de_volkskrant kwam kijken! Wat? Ja je leest het goed! De Volkskrant! Whooohooooo! Nadien zijn wij dus even flink uit eten gegaan, want successen moet je vieren! Morgen weer verder met de cursus completeren want maandag gaan we los. Doe jij al mee?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Hayallerimiz ne? Aklımıza bir şeyler geldi değil mi? Gözümüzün önünde canlandı hayallerimiz. Kariyer, aile, gezi vs. Peki bunlar gerçekleşecek mi? Herkesin söyleyeceği bir şey bu biliyorum. Eğer kendimize güvenmiyorsak başka kimse bize güvenmez ki. Kendimize güvenmeyi seçelim ve kendimize bir şans tanıyalım. Çünkü bu hayallerimizi gerçeğe dönüştürüp, onları yaşayabilmenin tek yolu. Çevremizdeki insanlara fikirlerini sormayı bırakalım, bizim hayallerimizi bizim kadar net göremez bir başkası. Belki de bizim inandığımız, uğruna çaba gösterdiğimiz şeye inanmıyor da olabilirler. Fakat bu bizim hayalimizi gerçekleştirmenin, yaşamanın mümkün olmadığını mı gösterir? Yapmak istediğimiz her şey mümkün. Bu dünyada bizimle aynı sorunları yaşayan bir sürü insan var. Ama bu onları durdurmadı, durdurmuyor. Tam aksine bu onları daha çok hedeflerine bağladı. Kendimize güveniyorsak ve hayalimizi gerçeğe dönüştüreceğimize inanıyorsak bizi durduran ne olabilir ki? Şuan neredeysek, hangi konumdaysak oradan başlamayı hedeflememiz lazım. Sadece başlamamız gerek. Bunu bir kere yaptığımızda ihtiyacımızı olan kendimiz göreceğiz. Hatalarımızdan ders çıkaracağız ve neyin işe yarayıp yaramadığını göreceğiz. Bazı zamanlar işler zorlaşsa bile onları zor olarak görmeyeceğiz çünkü daha emin olacağız ve bizi durduramayacaklar. Mutlu olacağız ve bu mutluluk bizi daha ileriye taşıyacak, katlandığımız sıkıntılara değdi diyeceğiz. Ve kazananlardan biri olacağız! Bu yüzden hayattan ne istiyorsak isteyelim asla pes etmemeliyiz. Eğer ki hayalimiz gerçekleşseydi nasıl olurdu, nasıl hissederdik, ne yapardık? Öyle hissetmeyi hak ediyoruz. Neden hak etmeyelim ki? Hayat bizim hayatımız. Kim ve ne olacağımıza biz karar vermeliyiz. Buna kimsenin engel olmasına izin vermeyelim. Hiç kimse bize hayallerine ulaşamazsın, hiçbir şey yapamazsın diyemez. Bizim tek rakibimiz kendimiziz. Zamanı boşa harcamayı bırakıp her günü iyi değerlendirelim, hayallerimiz için çalışalım. Yere mi düştük? Tekrar kalkarız. Yine mi düştük? Tekrar, tekrar. Hayallerimize ulaşana kadar ayağa kalkalım. Yapabilirsin, yapabiliriz! • Şimdi çayımı yudumlayıp makalemi yazabilirim. ❤️
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The routine of morning rounds is such that any minute change is wildly apparent and a stark reminder of how quickly things can change in the usual slow hum of the inpatient world. We were on our way to see a patient who had been admitted a few days prior with the flu complicated by her failing kidneys and lungs. Further complicating things, she was found to have multiple other serious infections and didn’t speak any English.
When we walked in the room that morning, having already donned our masks and gowns, it was clear something had changed. She was delirious and confused – unable to answer our basic questions of who or where she was, asked through the crackly voice of our translator who was on speakerphone. As we exited the room, the resident began rattling off a list of things that could have caused this acute change in mental status, saving the most serious for last – the possibility that one of her infections had spread to her brain.
We headed back to the workroom to get on with our tasks – putting in orders, calling consults, and following up on lab results. This patient’s delirium was still on my mind, specifically the possibility of this brain infection. I recalled from class that antiviral therapy should be started immediately to improve mortality outcomes, but didn’t see any orders in. I suggested this to the resident. He stopped and looked at me sternly. For a second, I thought he was going to lecture me for questioning his medical decision making. However, his look softened as he said, “That’s a great idea. I want you to pick up this patient.” I sat there, proud of myself that I had, for the first time, suggested something that changed how a patient was managed. But part of me was trying to grasp what it would mean to look after her. The weight of her becoming MY responsibility became apparent all too quickly. A few minutes later, I broke the silence again. “… I’m afraid she’s going to die.” I think my honesty surprised him. In medicine, emotional guarding as a defense mechanism is virtually an expectation. In that rare moment of earnestness, I think he let his guard down for the first time in a while. “Me too.”
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The squat is commonly used by bodybuilders to train the quadriceps, but it does not actually train all four quadriceps muscles, as the two-joint rectus femoris is not stimulated.