On the agenda – Week 15-2013

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12 april 2013 | As a side effect, MOOCs will become the key to unravelling our knowledge about learning. Food inspires interesting 'post-egg' research. And the world of invention remains in motion: big companies throwing their patents into the open.

Take 1 – Learning

@Stanford MOOCs not only teach stuff, they also give insight into the learning process. Stanford dives into ‘Learning Analytics

@OECD The OECD unfolds idea how to lift student assessment to the next level

@llcodedotcom Are you already learning how to program? Grass roots initiatives to tackle codes pop up everywhere, also for girls

Take 2 – Inventors

@liu_university Swedish Linköping University expresses ideas how to nourish very early stage inventions.

@RinkeAndinga Fifteen pioneers nominated for the European Inventor Award: who will walk away with the prize on the 28th of May?

@FastCompany General Electric throws its patents out into the open, adhering to the Open Patent Non-Assertion (OPN) Pledge

Take 3 – Food

@WageningenINT Wageningen University says minus 20% food wastage easy to achieve. What are we waiting for?

@Gigaom Young entrepreneur Yosh Tetrick want to disrupt the egg industry with his ‘plant-based egg replacement’: meet the negg.

@medical_xpress Did you know that heart, blood and lung cells have odor receptors? Your body can ‘smell’ a fresh-brewed cup of coffee.

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Educating researchers in scientific integrity is the way to prevent fraud, says research expert Ann Nichols-Casebolt.

@ScienceGuideEU: How international are European universities really?


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