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Invisible Women & Tyranny of Metrics
New on CRI Research bookshelf
16 07 2020
Invisible Women & Tyranny of Metrics
What are we reading at CRI Research? Currently, two books that just arrived onto our bookshelf:
“Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men” by Caroline Criado Perez
“The Tyranny of Metrics” by Jerry Muller
[RECHERCHE] Une doctorante de l'Université de Paris obtient une bourse pour ses recherches sur les pré-requis neuromoteurs à l’écriture chez l’enfant
Ana Phelippeau a obtenu une bourse de 5 000 euros de la FRPMC
Crowd4SDG, Citizen science to tackle SDGs
Crowd4SDG received a grant from “Horizon 2020 - Science with and for society”, for the support and promotion of science- based projects.
Watch: Seminar on the future of biohacking
Dr. Jake Wintermute discusses his Synthetic Biology One online course
Citizen Science and Global Learning around COVID-19
Two CRI projects win micro-funding for their efforts in the pandemic
Watch: Seminar on participatory citizen science to improve autistic people's lives
Dr. Kirstie Whitaker of the Alan Turing Institute presents her work on inclusive co-design for citizen science
New Publication - To hop or not to hop? The answer is in the bird trees
CRI Fellow Pauline Provini publishes a new study
New Publication - Open and collaborative writing of scientific articles with Massively Open Online Papers
CRI Research Fellow Bastian Greshake Tzovaras publishes a new study
Creating an open-source detection method for SARS CoV-2
A project by Guy Aidelberg and colleagues gets micro-funding via JOGL platform
[COVID-19] Contact tracing and quarantine - best ways of deploying public health measures
CRI Research Fellow Mélanie Heard publishes analysis articles for the French Tera Nova think-thank.
Comment le coronavirus a réveillé l’intelligence collective mondiale
Publication de Marc Santolini dans The Conversation France
[RESEARCH] CRI Reseach Collaboratory annonces the appointment of Dr Michael RERA as a Core Fellow
We are happy to welcome Dr. Michael Rera, a CNRS Researcher currently working at Institut Biologie Paris Seine.
CRI Research fellows awarded NESTA Collective Intelligence grant
Project will investigate how to make patient-led research more efficient via targeted/tailored notifications
New Publication - Reviewing the quality of studies using machine learning for medical diagnosis
CRI Research Fellow Ignacio Atal publishes a new study
New Publication - What’s in the genome of a lichen?
CRI Fellow Bastian Greshake Tzovaras publishes a new study
Open science : Community science fueled by personal data
Open Humans offers ways for people to explore and analyze their own data
CRI Research focus - Open Science : Teachers as researchers
Catalysing collective intelligence by inviting teachers to join a community of “teacher-researchers” in which action plans, successes and failures are scientifically reported.
CRI Research focus - Open Science : collaboration networks
Network approaches for collaborative learning and solving
New Publication - Are Forum Networks Social Networks?
CRI Fellows Liubov Tupikina and Marc Santolini publish a new study
Mapping the contours of citizen science
Muki Haklay, CRI research project
CRI Research focus - Mental disorders
In our daily lives, we rely on our senses, emotions and perceptions to interact with the world around us. When any of those fail due to brain disorders, it can make life difficult.
"Lecturers without borders" received a grant from the Botnar Foundation
Enhancing interconnections between scientists and educational system around the globe
CRI Research focus - Antibiotic resistance
Fighting antibiotic resistance requires multidisciplinary efforts to find new treatments and raise public awareness.
Une avancée majeure dans la compréhension des processus de vieillissement : le modèle d’Escherichia coli
Comment l’évolution et le hasard définissent conjointement le vieillissement cellulaire et la longévité des populations.
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