On the Agenda – Week 03, 2013

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18 januari 2013 | Youth are central to shaping global education policy and a new strategy for developing epilepsy treatments. Furthermore in this week on the agenda, the legacy of Aaron Swartz and Obama’s environmental team makes for the exit.

Take 1 – Youth

@BrookingsInst: Youth Are Central to Shaping Global Education Policy

@OECD_edu: Working class boys: why we must raise their attainment

@guardian: Universities to reach out to seven-year-olds

Take 2 – USA

@Naturenews: Obama’s environmental team makes for the exit

@maxplanckpress: The suicide of Aaron Swartz has reverberated through higher education in US & beyond

@NYtimes: At Many Top Public Universities, Intercollegiate Sports Come at an Academic Price

Take 3 – R&D

@WageningenINT: Food waste reduction thanks to chip

@BristolUni: Deodorants: do we really need them? Study shows people with a particular version of gene don’t produce under-arm odour.

@MITnews: Study from MIT neuroscientists could offer a new strategy for developing epilepsy treatments

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Stop the educational arms race

@ScienceGuideEU: Rich parents, poor student results


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