Happy new year 2019 to everyone!
Since August 2010, there is a place for recording studies no longer reliable. The blog retractionwatch.com created the first database of retractions, with nearly 18,000 retractions so far, stretching back decades. There are well over a thousand retractions each year and this database inform about scientific misconducts.
Retractionwatch is doing deeper dives, prompting to file public records requests for reports of misconduct investigations and other materials (and their co-founders to urge universities to do a better job with them). In the past year, retractionwatch has collaborated together with journalism organizations, to bring readers stories that go deep and reach larger audiences than retractionwatch can on the blog. There are their established partnerships with STAT and Science, where they continue to break news and help readers make sense of developments.
This non-profit organization have received some foundation support from MacArthur Foundation, the Helmsley Trust, and the Arnold Foundation. The founders, Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus, are not taking salaries from the organization. One can contribute with a tax-deductible donation to The Center For Scientific Integrity or contribution, follow them on Twitter, like them on Facebook, add them to your RSS reader, sign up for an email or subscribe to daily digest. If you find a retraction that’s not in their database, you can let them know here. For comments or feedback: email@example.com.
This Saturday 10th of March, the Asociación Española de Hidrogeólogos (Spanish Association of Hydrogeologists) organizes the “Hydrogeoday”, a scientific dissemination workshop in hydrogeology, that will take place in Galicia, under the direction of the research group “Agua y Suelo – AQUASOL” (Water and soil), belonging to CICA (Centro de Investigaciones Científicas Avanzadas) from the Universidade da Coruña
Poster of the Hydrogeoday workshop.
More info: http://www.aih-ge.org/
The focus will be in good practices for quality groundwater collection from small water supplies, which are quite abundant in rural areas.
The workshop is open to all kind of people and is free of charge. But places are limited and is necessary to enroll in advance via e-mail.
09:45 bus from A Coruña center, to Escuela de Caminos and later on to Abegondo townhall.
There is a free-of-charge CV generator, which creates a common CV format in the desired language and format valid everywhere in Europe. Thus, you will not have to repeat the same laborious, boring and time-consuming task of completing one online form for each job you may apply, over and over again
…to overtake a bicyclist if there is no danger for anyone and no cars from the opposite direction:
Más información aquí
Un geoparque es un territorio que presenta un patrimonio geológico notable y que lleva a cabo un proyecto de desarrollo basado en su promoción turística, y basado en tres principios:
En la actualidad en España hay ocho geoparques: Geoparque del Maestrazgo (Teruel), Parque Natural de las Sierras Subbéticas (Córdoba), Parque Natural del Cabo de Gata (Almería), Sobrarbe (Huesca), Costa Vasca (Guipúzcoa), Sierra Norte de Sevilla, Villuercas-Ibores-Jara (Cáceres) y Cataluña Central. Y en Portugal hay tres: Naturtejo, Aroucay Azores
Teaching zoology… on line
Enseñando zoología… on line
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