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Brand New

Those days when you wake up glum and then something super nice happens…
Poured a cup of tea, rubbed the sleep from my eyes, waited for the laptop to boot up and saw that my first review in… 19 more words

Get Things Done.

2014 PDG Available Online

The Particle Data Group has announced that the 2014 edition of the PDG’s Review of Particle Physics is now available online. As usual, you can find it… 43 more words


Essay Acceptance

I have an article coming out in the October 2014 issue of The Teaching Professor.  If you’re not familiar with their newsletter (and conference), you should look into it.  51 more words

ALTC2014 day2~ evidences & case studies

It’s the second enjoyable day at ALTC 2014.

The first session I attended was the Augmented Reality from Allen Crawford-Thomas and Judy Bloxham (JISC RSC). It’s fun to try the apps and discuss about the potential uses. 263 more words

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New Study Sheds Light on File Drawer Problem

A new study recently published in Science provides striking insights into publication bias in the social sciences:

Stanford political economist Neil Malhotra and two of his graduate students examined every study since 2002 that was funded by a competitive grants program called TESS (Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences).

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Pre-analysis Plans

'Easy Gardening' in Spanish

Check out the newly released extension publications in Spanish on Aggie Horticulture at


Here’s a list of topics covered:

¿Qué Hace Que Las Hojas del Tomate Se Doblen o Enrollen? 97 more words

Aggie Horticulture

Dodger Insider magazine -- September edition

By Jon Weisman

The subject of three different stories, including a look at his National League Most Valuable Player candidacy, Clayton Kershaw graces the cover of the September issue of Dodger Insider magazine — which also boasts a feature you’ll want to hang onto for some time to come. 158 more words

Clayton Kershaw