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Marine microbial ecology in a molecular world: what does the future hold?

David A. Caron
2005 Scientia Marina  
During the intervening half-century we have learned a great deal regarding the overall abundances, distributions and activities of microorganisms in the sea.  ...  in biomedicine.  ...  Production of this manuscript was supported in part by National Science Foundation grants MCB-0084231, OPP-0125437, The Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) under the NSF Cooperative Agreement  ... 
doi:10.3989/scimar.2005.69s197 fatcat:ilokhx65gvbsxp63hq23ydhtke

What the future holds: a commentary on the promise of clinical embryology

M Alikani
2015 Current Trends in Clinical Embriology  
What could be expected of ART in the next four decades?  ...  Moreover, this success has been extended to oocytes (15) making fertility pre - Commentary What the future holds: a commentary on the promise of clinical embryology © C I C E d i z i o n i I n t e r  ... 
doi:10.11138/cce/2015.2.4.135 fatcat:77hgpdvcnvgd7krltehn5njdfi

What Does the Future Hold for Páramo Plants? A Modelling Approach

Gwendolyn Peyre
2022 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  
Second, I looked for consensus areas of species losses vs. gains in the páramo, expecting to identify a gradient of increasing relative richness with elevation over time.  ...  Understanding the effects of climate change on tropicalpine biota remains a scientific challenge today.  ...  In that context and given the speed and magnitude of the threats associated to climate change in the tropicalpine Andes, increasing our knowledge on plant species' response to future changes is a priority  ... 
doi:10.3389/fevo.2022.896387 fatcat:zikzuzoexzblpjxt4uztmy7fdu

Adventure in a new language: what a first generation Canadian immigrant's narrative holds for ESL teachers

Xing Fang
2016 Journal of Language and Cultural Education  
This paper explored the value of learner's stories for ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers' teaching and research through a narrative inquiry of the lived English learning experience of a first  ...  Then, it presented an interview conducted with the Canadian immigrant as a model of narrative inquiry.  ...  However, when she arrived in Toronto, she found that she could not hold a normal conversation with a person in English because she did not know how to express herself properly in this new language.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jolace-2016-0033 fatcat:vl2qzvn4ibbcvh2gzpldrpgvou

What Holds Women Back in Academic Leadership Positions: A Case Study in The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)

Maram Salah Jaradat .
2019 Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal  
The study was conducted in a private university in the United Arab Emirates using a quantitative online survey.  ...  The data were collected from 115 academic women including (68) working in administrative positions and (47) in non-administrative positions..  ...  What Holds Women Back in Academic Leadership Positions: A Case Study in The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 6(2) 62-70.  ... 
doi:10.14738/assrj.62.5967 fatcat:77r4gumf4zc5pifua4ntax56nq

Animal Models in Exosomes Research: What the Future Holds [chapter]

Bárbara Adem, Sónia A. Melo
2017 Novel Implications of Exosomes in Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer and Infectious Diseases  
Exosomes have been implicated in a wide range of pathological and nonpathological processes.  ...  Genetically engineered mouse models (GEMM) could be a promising approach to address the current technical limitations allowing tracing tumor-derived exosomes in a living organism.  ...  Nuno Barros for the help with the design of the figures included in this chapter.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.69449 fatcat:5ubscvq66jgh5h3zjloxhd2hsu

Understanding nurses' dual practice: a scoping review of what we know and what we still need to ask on nurses holding multiple jobs

Giuliano Russo, Inês Fronteira, Tiago Silva Jesus, James Buchan
2018 Human Resources for Health  
Mounting evidence suggests that holding multiple concurrent jobs in public and private (dual practice) is common among health workers in low-as well as high-income countries.  ...  Although holding multiple jobs not always amounted to dual practice, several ways were found for public-sector nurses to engage concomitantly in public and private employments, in regulated as well as  ...  Availability of data and materials All the data and information included in this review can be found in the annexes.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12960-018-0276-x pmid:29471846 pmcid:PMC5824568 fatcat:o3ipcukfjrcp3icvba56fhjd64

What Does the Future Hold? A Critical View of Emerging Information and Communication Technologies and Their Social Consequences [chapter]

Bernd Carsten Stahl
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This view of ICT as revolutionary is linked to a wide-spread perception of an increase in the speed of life.  ...  In order to gain a larger scale understanding, the defining features were then regrouped to assess which likely effect they might have on the relationship between humans and their environment.  ...  That means that a technology may emerge in one context even though it may well be established elsewhere.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21364-9_5 fatcat:tv3pepvdfrhexgiifnvcy4vmou

The development of reproductive management practices in New Zealand: what will the future hold in a consumer-focused, environmentally-conscious, export-driven marketplace?

CR Burke, GA Verkerk
2019 Bioscientifica Proceedings  
Advances in automation and bio-sensing are yet to make a significant impact, but remain potentially valuable additions in supporting the dairy farmer to manage the areas having the largest effects on reproductive  ...  More recently, a nationally coordinated extension program has been adopted to support farmers and their advisors to identify, prioritize and improve on key management areas for incremental gains in herd  ...  Future efforts to achieve a level of fertility that supports dairy farming goals is discussed in this context.  ... 
doi:10.1530/biosciprocs.7.025 fatcat:44rhvahjnndxtpm7lq2kfslufm

What does the future hold for Biodiversity Hotspots? A systematic map exploring spatial patterns and knowledge gaps & clusters of ecological range shifts in plants

Emma Hall, Kerry Brown, Nigel Walford, Mark Mulligan
2022 Zenodo  
Studies are predominantly predictive in nature, highlighting difficulties in establishing long-term monitoring to measure empirical range shift on the ground.  ...  Adopting a research strategy that emphasises use of demographic, physiological, and species -or- genera-specific data is paramount for constructing models capable of accurately predicting future range  ...  This work was supported by a doctoral research studentship from Kingston University London, UK.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6408468 fatcat:ojvepomta5hzhftyyqgltcuvne

Oceans of opportunity or rough seas? What does the future hold for developments in European marine policy?

T. Potts, T. O'Higgins, E. Hastings
2012 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
In the past, oceans and coastal policy has traditionally evolved in a fragmented and uncoordinated manner, developed by different sector-based agencies and arms of government with competing aims and objectives  ...  The management of European seas is undergoing a process of major reform.  ...  The second is what are we attempting to integrate?  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2012.0394 pmid:23129717 fatcat:eoayzh4ypvcl7pm23kmqfw3bby

What does the development of medical tourism in Barbados hold for health equity? an exploratory qualitative case study

Ronald Labonté, Vivien Runnels, Valorie A. Crooks, Rory Johnston, Jeremy Snyder
2017 Global Health Research and Policy  
In order to appreciate Barbadians' understanding of how a medical tourism industry might impact health equity.  ...  Barbados, a small Caribbean nation which has universal public health care, private sector health care and a strong tourism industry, is interested in developing an enhanced medical tourism sector.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge Corinne Packer for her assistance in editing the paper. Funding  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41256-017-0025-z pmid:29202073 pmcid:PMC5683222 fatcat:t3rkbzpv4vhgja7rk37m25a6y4

In the altitudes of elation 'we look up and hold the folds of language inside us without any word for wind'1: at the start of the light we ask, what is Secession/Insecession?

Geneviève Robichaud
2017 Canada and Beyond: A Journal of Canadian Literary and Cultural Studies  
This text, guided, armed by a notion of material, prompts me to redact the following words: Dear Chus, I can neither read nor write what you produce, but I can intranslate it, like Some context is required  ...  Instead, one might ask: What does it mean that Moure's text "accommodates" Pato's, especially in the Latin sense of which suggests the poetics of a response but that it also acts as a reception in the  ... 
doi:10.33776/candb.v6i1.3082 fatcat:oqbjyyyip5hylfqbl5hkply4wi

Theories of Context, Theorizing Context

Urpo Kovala
2014 Journal of Literary Theory  
And what is the role of texts in theories of context?  ...  In such a configuration, the interpreting subject is also presented not as something apart but as part of a network. In the latter case especially, the concept of context gets heavily redefined.  ...  Thus, genderspecific reading, as should be obvious in our context by nowis not something a priori personal and irrelevant. And this holds for many other »background variables« as well.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jlt-2014-0007 fatcat:uzmjuoznwbcp5i2qbhalbd2eji

Experiments in Context and Contexting

Kristin Asdal, Ingunn Moser
2012 Science, Technology and Human Values  
What is context and how to deal with it? The context issue has been a key concern in Science and Technology Studies (STS). This is linked to the understanding that science is culture. But how?  ...  The aim is not to solve the context problem but rather to experiment with context and what we label contexting.  ...  Politics and Everyday Practices'' (159635), ''Alzheimer's Disease in Science, Politics and Everyday Life'' (159697) and ''Transformasjoner/Innovasjoner'' [Transformations/Innovations] (195648).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0162243912449749 fatcat:3nhgmhxlqfd4lllxi56gof4cue
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