On the Agenda – Week 13, 2013

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29 maart 2013 | The European Union promises easier access for international students and the true costs of science publishing are revealed. Also, on this week’s agenda, how Big Data can save lives.

Take 1 – Open Access

@DigitalAgendaEU: Can big data help fight fires and save lives?

@ocwnews: Online learning could be truly transformative—What needs to be done in order to translate could into will?

@DigitalKoans: Another Door Opens (Quietly) for MOOCs

@oatp: Open access: The true cost of science publishing

Take 2 – EU

@PareshKevat: EU promises easier access for international students

@innovationunion: Peter Jansen (CA): How do you see research and innovation making a difference for a better future?

@ICTscoop: Does Europe need its own MOOC?

Take 3 – R&D

@Plosone: Insect pests more plentiful in hotter parts of city than in cooler areas

@maxplanckpress: Infographic explains the world as 100 people

@Smithsonianmag: Nobody chews like you chew! The way we chew is unique to us like fingerprints or voice

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Education surviving the Euro Crisis

@ScienceGuideEU: US Education Under Secretary Martha Kanter: “Quality demands responsibility”.

@ScienceGuideEU: You think this journal is real

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