Critical examinations of studies and news on food, weight, health and healthcare, and our world – information mainstream media misses. Concept and context determine meaning in the case of the idol fragments and the statute of Aphrodite, like Brillo boxes in an art gallery rather than in a supermarket and a panel of plywood hanging in a museum rather than stacked in a lumberyard. My own studies with pyramids first began after the episode Pyramid Power: The Fire in the Middle aired. The most sensitive parts of technology are the theoretical or conceptual parts and technical parts.
The Centre for Science Studies at Aarhus University in Denmark invites applications for the position of full professor or associate professor (depending on the qualifications of the successful candidate) in science studies with an expected starting date of February 2016.
Third world countries should emulate them by carrying out proper feasibility studies to ascertain which technology will suit their country; giving more financial boost to this area, training people to become experts; motivating and encouraging individuals who are naturally endowed and technologically inclined to display their bests of talents.
I have updated the links on the right side of this blog to provide you with alternative information sources and tools to help you critically examine the studies and news reports we encounter everyday. The greatest discoveries of science have always been those that forced us to rethink our beliefs about the universe and our place in it. Because the nature of the use of the caring theory is fluid, dynamic, and undergoing constant change in various settings around the world and locally I am not able to offer updated summaries of activities.
IJFST’s purpose is to promote new knowledge and techniques in the food sciences and particularly to serve the industrial and research communities by providing high quality refereed original papers in food science and technology. As Sonvilla-Weiss asks: Can both art and science learn from each other, and, if so, at what and for what?’ (p. 104).