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Wie ZEIT ONLINE Wissenschaftler bei ihrer Forschung unterstützt - Fragen der Zeit
Wie die meisten Redaktionen der Welt hat ZEIT ONLINE täglich mit Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern zu tun. Forscher helfen uns mit Fachwissen, sind Interviewpartner, beraten bei schwierigen Recherchen. Eher selten ist der umgekehrte Fall: dass Wissenschaftler unsere journalistischen Recherchen für ihre Forschung verwenden. Genau das ist aber im vergangenen Jahr so häufig geschehen, dass wir Ihnen davon berichten wollen.

Noch vor wenigen Jahren wären solche aufwendigen Datenrecherchen in der Redaktion von ZEIT ONLINE kaum denkbar gewesen. Heute arbeiten wir regelmäßig in interdisziplinären Teams aus Journalisten, Entwicklern und Designern an umfangreichen Datensätzen. Wir bereinigen sie, analysieren sie, suchen nach interessanten Mustern. Manchmal dauert es Monate, bis aus der Kleinstarbeit ein Artikel entsteht, den Sie dann auf ZEIT ONLINE lesen können.
journalism  Science  data  Innovation  zeit 
1 hour ago by Scub4
Mathematicians Are Studying Planet-Sized Quantum Computers With God-Like Powers - VICE
The Halting Problem can be efficiently verified interactively using two entangled quantum computers
maths  quantum  computers  cs  physics  science  algorithms 
2 hours ago by pozorvlak
Integrating Computational Thinking and Modeling into Science Instruction
The project, Science And Integrated Language (SAIL), developed a curriculum that addresses fifth-grade NGSS performance expectations in physical science; life science; Earth and space science; and engineering, technology and applications of science. Students investigate their questions to argue and explain local, relevant phenomena.
computational-thinking  coding  science 
19 hours ago by wiobyrne
Inside the mind of Dominic Cummings | Politics | The Guardian
To balance Cummings’s imagined course of maths, science and history, I could, teasingly, suggest that a no less valuable preparation for public life might be a combination of philosophy, jurisprudence and literature. Philosophy would introduce habits of analysis and undermine certainty or dogmatism; jurisprudence would teach an appreciation of rules, procedures and the judgment of consequences; and the study of literature would weaken the hold of cliche and all exaggerated beliefs in the fixity of meaning. It might be said, not altogether unfairly, that Cummings’s course would produce doers and mine would produce critics (though the disciplines I suggest constantly generate new ideas rather than merely criticising old ones), but I would say that a healthy politics needs both, and that the more we emphasise the first category and try to give its occupants their head, the more we need the virtues of the second category to hold them in check.
UK  politics  CummingsDominic  ideas  education  science  government  SnowCP  interdisciplinarity  specialisation  research  arts  philosophy  CivilService  legal  evolution  Hayek  entrepreneurs  dctagged  dc:creator=ColliniStefan 
yesterday by petej
Wikipedia:WikiProject History of Science - Wikipedia
This is the page for the History of Science WikiProject. If you would like to participate, add your name to list of participants below. Be sure to check out the discussion page and newsletter as well.
Wikipedia  history  science 
yesterday by stacker

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