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UEA. Academic Search Engines. Evolution. Learn to Code. School for Children with Disabilities research. News & Events - Trinity International Development Initiative. To submit an item please email the details to TIDI Bulletin Editor, tidi@tcd.ie by Wednesday noon for inclusion in Monday's bulletin.

News & Events - Trinity International Development Initiative

Next bulletin will be issued on Monday 1 September 2014. To sign up to receive the bulletin please click here or email tidi@tcd.ie. TIDI Events TIDI – Plans for 2014/2015 Academic Year In Trinity Research and Funding Opportunities Outside Trinity TIDI – Plans for 2014/2015 Academic Year We have some great plans for the next Academic Year 2014/2015, kicking off with the TIDI Welcome Seminar for the incoming students on the Masters in Development Practice, MSc in Global Health, MPhil in International Peace Studies and MPhil in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation on Friday 3 October 2014 from 3.30pm-5pm in the Global Room. Thursday 9 October 2014; 12.30pm – 2.30pm ‘The impact of mobiles phones & internet technology and the implications of changing gender roles in horticultural farming in Kenya and Tanzania’ - Dr.

Evening Courses - Modules - About us - MPhil in Race, Ethnicity, Conflict. (Evening Course) This ten week evening course will introduce participants to theories of ‘race’ and ethnicity, locating ‘race’ within social, economic, political and ideological relations and situating ‘race’ and racism in relation to other divisions such as class and gender and to emerging changes in Irish society.

Evening Courses - Modules - About us - MPhil in Race, Ethnicity, Conflict

Issues specific to Irish society will include the position of the Traveller community, the links between racialisation and the asylum/migration processes, and between racism and anti-racism. Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D. Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D.

Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D.

Founder and Chief Director Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Director of the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas, Dee Wyly Distinguished University Chair and author of Make Your Brain Smarter, is committed to maximizing cognitive potential across the entire lifespan. As a cognitive neuroscientist with more than 40 funded research grants, Dr. Chapman's scientific study elucidates and applies novel approaches to advance creative and critical thinking, strengthen healthy brain development, and incite innovation throughout life.

Dr. A renown cognitive neuroscience expert, she is discovering ways to build resilience, regain cognitive function and retrain the brain to maximize the immense potential of our most vital organ. Related: Confessions of a Sociopath. I Am a Sociopath Remorse is alien to me.

Confessions of a Sociopath

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Victorian Slang in Tipping the Velvet.

I’ve somehow managed to set aside Sarah Water’s wonderful Tipping the Velvet and become completely engrossed in its Victorian-era sexual slang. It happens. Syria Crisis - Urgent Appeal - Donate to UN Refugee Agency - UNHCR. Refugees endure worsening conditions in the Syrian conflict’s 5th year.

Syria Crisis - Urgent Appeal - Donate to UN Refugee Agency - UNHCR

In the Syrian conflict’s fifth year, millions of refugees are caught in alarmingly deteriorating conditions, facing an even bleaker future. With no solution to the conflict in sight, most of the 4 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt see no prospect of returning home in the near future, and have little opportunity to restart their lives in exile. Inside Syria, the situation is also deteriorating rapidly. Ireland's early population may come from Mid East. Ireland's early population may have come to the country from as far away as the Middle East and Eurasia, a genetic study has found.

Ireland's early population may come from Mid East

Scientists made the discovery after mapping the DNA of a farmer woman who lived near Belfast 5,200 years ago and three Irish men dating back to the Bronze Age around 4,000 years ago. All the genetic sequences showed clear evidence of "massive migration", the researchers said. The smell of rain: how CSIRO invented a new word. Demiurge.

In the Platonic, Neopythagorean, Middle Platonic, and Neoplatonic schools of philosophy, the demiurge (/ˈdɛmiˌɜrdʒ/) is an artisan-like figure responsible for the fashioning and maintenance of the physical universe.

Demiurge

The term was subsequently adopted by the Gnostics. Although a fashioner, the demiurge is not necessarily the same as the creator figure in the familiar monotheistic sense, because both the demiurge itself plus the material from which the demiurge fashions the universe are considered either uncreated and eternal, or the product of some other being, depending on the system. Platonism and Neoplatonism[edit] Middle Platonism[edit] In Numenius's Neo-Pythagorean and Middle Platonist cosmogony, the Demiurge is second God as the nous or thought of intelligibles and sensibles.[4] Neoplatonism[edit] Henology[edit]

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Mobile Health Sierra Leone - Irish Aid - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Improving the healthcare for expectant and new mothers in our Key Partner Countries is an important goal for Irish Aid. In Sierra Leone, one in eight women risk dying during pregnancy or childbirth, but pre-natal and antenatal healthcare could significantly reduce the risks that these women face and improve the health and survival chances of their babies.

However, Sierra Leone’s health services are strained and increasing access to maternal and child health is a challenging task. Working with our partners World Vision Ireland and the Centre of Global Health in Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Irish Aid began to support an innovative project which uses mobile phones to increase frequency and quality of care that is available to new and expectant mothers. Tutorial 9: how to get copies of academic papers. 18 Words That Will Make You Smarter Than Your Friends. Why mosquitoes bite some people and not others. This article originally appeared on AlterNet.

Why mosquitoes bite some people and not others

Coding Starts Here. Online Courses & Tutorials. 10 Reasons Why You Can’t Live Without A Particle Accelerator - Issue 14: Mutation. Physicists use particle accelerators to answer questions of fundamental physics—how our universe was created, why objects have mass, and so on. Accelerators are huge—Fermilab’s Tevatron, near Chicago, is four miles in circumference, while the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva is more than four times that size—and extremely expensive.

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