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  1. Looks like a nice interface. A mix between Camtasia Studio and iMovie? Maybe a bit more powerful than that?
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2018-02-17)
  2. Another amazing immune therapy for cancer. Wow.
    Tags: , by dnorman (2018-02-16)
  3. We've been busy. Holy crap, what an amazing team. The 2017-2018 annual report is being prepared now…
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    by dnorman (2018-02-05)
  5. in mice: "87 of 90 mice were cured of the cancer"

    One agent is currently already approved for use in humans; the other has been tested for human use in several unrelated clinical trials. A clinical trial was launched in January to test the effect of the treatment in patients with lymphoma.

    Holy fucking shit this could be amazing.
    Tags: by dnorman (2018-02-01)
  6. might be better, and is orders of magnitude cheaper than, our FWI-powered digital signage… Doesn't have wayfinding, but could be combined with something like the UCDavis wayfinding pretty easily…
    Tags: , by dnorman (2018-01-31)
  7. open source SVG and HTML5 powered wayfinding tool. could be useful to generate a web page that can be embedded in digital signage, without the enterprise digital signage costs…
    Tags: by dnorman (2018-01-31)
  8. a validated survey measuring student experience in learning spaces
    Tags: , by dnorman (2018-01-31)
  9. The Mind, Matter & Media Lab (M3Lab) is a Learning Sciences research lab at the University of Calgary, Canada, directed by Prof. Pratim Sengupta, Research Chair of STEM Education, and Associate Professor of Learning Sciences. Until Aug 2015, we were located at Vanderbilt University's Peabody College. Doctoral students working in the lab are enrolled in doctoral programs both at the University of Calgary and Vanderbilt University.
  10. Radio epiSTEMology is an ongoing research and creation project for exploring our emerging identities in an ever-changing world of computing and technoscience, a world often represented by the term STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

    Here on the Radio EpiSTEMology team we want to know how radio and podcast experiences can be STEM experiences. We explore, research and create audio design and listening opportunities that open up new ways of connecting with STEM knowledge and communities for students, teachers, parents and publics.
    Our featured podcast episodes for the week can be found here: STEM Radio Hour and Teacher Podcast Series.
    Funding for this project is provided by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary, the Werklund School of Education - University of Calgary, and the Imperial Oil Foundation.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2018-01-18)

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