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| Prose and Style | Abbreviations and Tense | First vs. Third Person | Use Active Verbs | References | Plagiarism Overview A critical aspect of the scientific process is the reporting of new results in scientific journals in order to disseminate that information to the larger community of scientists. Communication of your results contributes to the pool of knowledge within your discipline (and others!) And very often provides information that helps others interpret their own experimental results. Most journals accept papers for publication only after peer review by a small group of scientists who work in the same field and who recommend the paper be published (usually with some revision).
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Yocto-PT100 - Minuscule interface USB pour sonde de température PT100. Le module Yocto-PT100 est capteur de température USB.
C'est le module le plus précis dont nous disposons pour effectuer par USB des mesures de température, à l'aide d'une sonde PT100 (non inclue dans le produit). Il permet aussi d'enregistrer les mesures sur une mémoire flash intégrée et de les relire ultérieurement via USB. Une sonde PT100 permet de mesurer la température à un point précis, y compris dans un liquide, avec une très grande stabilité et une grande précision (sensibilité de 0.01°C, et précision de 0.03°C à 0°C avec un PT100 à la norme IEC 60751 DIN 1/10 B). C'est le capteur idéal pour les applications telles que les mesures de laboratoire, etc. Le Yocto-PT100 permet le branchement de sondes PT100 à 2, 3 ou 4 fils.
Le Yocto-PT100 comporte une isolation galvanique entre l'électronique de contrôle USB et l'électronique de mesure du PT100.
Business Model Generation - Canvas. Using the Business Model Generation Tools There have been some questions posted lately asking for guidance in using the tools associated with the Business Model Generation approach - the Business Model Canvas and the Value Proposition Canvas.
Though the Business Model Canvas was released under Creative Commons and the Value Proposition Canvas under copyright, the requirements for use of the two tools are really quite similar. Anyone may use the Business Model Canvas and the Value Proposition Canvas for their own work or to support others in understanding, analysing or changing their business models. This includes people who use the tools within their own companies or in a consulting capacity. The requirement, whether Creative Commons or Copyright, is full identification and credit of the source of the tool - Business Model Canvas is BusinessModelGeneration.com and the Value Proposition Canvas is BusinessModelGeneration.com and Business Model Foundry GmbH. Building a Business. The Course Please note this course is now FULL.
To go on the waiting list please email us. Building a Business is a 10-week evening lecture series providing basic business skills to those who would like to start a business, and those with an existing business who are seeking to develop and enhance their skills. It covers good business practice with a focus on science and technology enterprise, but most course material is relevant to general business practice. The course has been designed for students, researchers and University of Oxford members who want to find out more about the business functions of technology-based companies; staff from science and technology businesses and research organisations are also welcome to attend.
Many reasons for the development of stratification have been proposed, from the need for hierarchical control over large-scale irrigation systems to the accumulation of small differences in wealth over time via inheritance processes. However, none of these explains how unequal societies came to completely displace egalitarian cultural norms over time. Our study models demographic consequences associated with the unequal distribution of resources in stratified societies. Agent-based simulation results show that in constant environments, unequal access to resources can be demographically destabilizing, resulting in the outward migration and spread of such societies even when population size is relatively small.
In variable environments, stratified societies spread more and are also better able to survive resource shortages by sequestering mortality in the lower classes. Figures Introduction Results Figure 1.
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