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Medical journal condemns prolonged refugee detention

(theconversation.edu.au): New trends in m-Commerce show that smartphone owners are impulsive. Nearly double of smartphone and tablet owners use their gadgets to research a product rather than buying it, market research company e-Marketer has said.
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Brazilian Science Grows in Quantity not in Quality

(onislam.net): Brazil's booming economy is doing well, and so it might seem is its scientific output. Over the last three decades, the country's scientific performance seems to have improved considerably. The numbers speak for themselves: researchers have increased their academic production from a mere 2,000 papers in 1980 to more than 35,000 in 2009. Sounds exciting? While some cheer these growing numbers, others see downsides in what they hide.
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A bright future for Open Access publishing

(ecancermedicalscience.com): With researchers, authors and funders challenging the traditional journal publishing model, Open Access (OA) publishing is likely to become the preferred option, suggests a paper published in ecancermedicalscience. This is supported by the finding that 59% of researchers indicated that their work was often hindered by a lack of free access to research findings.
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Local Libraries and ebooks - The lending continues into the Digital Age

(ebookanoid.com): With the rising trend of eReaders, public libraries have joined the masses with new downloadable eBooks and audio books for their customers. Those unfamiliar with eReaders and overall downloadable services might shy away from the eBook program. That is why public libraries have enlisted Digital Bookmobile, a community outreach program, to educate and promote the eBook service.
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With iPads and e-books, U begins shift to digital

(mndaily.com): New technologies are lightening backpacks and saving paper as the University of Minnesota transitions away from dead-tree class materials. An increased effort from the University's Office of Information Technology focuses on providing students with innovative studying tools.
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