We looked inside some of the tweets by @Magda_Skipper and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Meet the women who won’t let the Anthropocene become a Manthropocene - Elle magazine picks 27 fab ones but there are many many more.... https://www.elle.com/culture/a27733802/women-in-conservation-list/ … @Revkin
What drives individuals to become curious about some but not other sources of information? I missed this paper when it came out back in April; now part of the June issue of @NatureHumBehav (see also N&V https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-019-0565-y …)
Is fear of 'espionage' threatening collaborative & global nature of science? "Innocent yet meaningful scientific collaborations have been portrayed as somehow corrupt and detrimental to American interests. Nothing could be further from the truth”
Melloddy research consortium: an interesting PPP €10m from participating pharma & €8m from the EU Innovative Medicines Initiative to promote drug discovery with #AI, using #blockchain & decentralised machine learning @IMI_JU @MELLODDY_IMI
I like it! How about panels with no black/brown people? https://twitter.com/magda_skipper/status/1139473306480992256 …
This is an important point. Diversity has many axes; we must remember it. While for a time we may choose to focus on one of them we must not lose sight of the others. Much work remains to be done
Expert elicitation has emerged as a method for gathering the collective expertise of diverse specialists with often conflicting views. The goal is not to generate definitive answers, but to quantify uncertainty and highlight areas of overlap.
Do you enjoy reading about the physical and molecular basis of development and stem cell function?A great opportunity to join a fab editorial team to represent the interest of the field @nature and help shepherd great studies towards publication http://tiny.cc/urt57y
.@accelerate_HER amazing women and men at this event to promote gender diversity in tech Now Mary Lou Jepsen of openwater 'if people aren't laughing at the scale of your ambition - then be bolder' with @Magda_Skipper editor in chief of Springer Nature
This week we've reported on another plan (this time before the work is done) to carry out germline gene editing in humans - ethical considerations & policies are not keeping up with the technology development. The time to fix it is now, not later @WHO