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Epidemics : science, governance, and social justice
TLDR
This book presents a meta-narrative review of the literature on Narratives of Epidemic Narratives and Responses to SARS, China, and Global Health Governance that examines the role of language, politics, and social justice in the response to epidemics.
Safety networks: fishery barometers and the outsourcing of judgement at the early Meteorological Department
  • Sarah Dry
  • Environmental Science
    The British Journal for the History of Science
  • 15 July 2008
Abstract In 1854 Admiral FitzRoy, acting as the first head of the Meteorological Department of the Board of Trade, initiated a project to distribute fishery barometers to poor fishing communities.
Structural genomics in the biotechnology sector
Commercial efforts in structural genomics focus on providing to pharmaceutical customers information that relates to the suitability of specific proteins as drug targets and the informed selection
Fishermen and forecasts: how barometers helped make the Meteorological Department safer in Victorian Britain
  • Sarah Dry
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 October 2007
In 1854, Admiral FitzRoy, acting as the first head of the Meteorological Department, initiated a project to distribute fishery barometers to poor fishing communities to help them predict poor
The Newton Papers: The Strange and True Odyssey of Isaac Newton's Manuscripts
Preface I. 1727-1822 1. The last conflagration 2. Sincere search 3. To gratify men's curiosities II. 1822-1872 4 Deranged studies 5. Lighting the fire 6. Marginal notation 7. Any scrap 8. Monsters of
Waters of the World
Abstract 24: Multi-feature ensemble learning on cell-free dna for accurately detecting and locating cancer
An Integrated, Scalable, Electronic Video Consent Process to Power Precision Health Research: Large, Population-Based, Cohort Implementation and Scalability Study.
TLDR
This study demonstrates a scalable recruitment approach for population health research and one of the few large-scale, electronic video-based consent implementation programs that reports a 65.5% average overall opt-in rate across a large academic health system.
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