Victoria E. Erosa Martín

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MOTIVATION Genomic projects usually produce huge quantities of heterogeneous data such as sequencing data, phenotypical characteristics, raw and processed microarray data that must be stored and shared by all the project participants. Handling and sharing this load of information poses additional challenges in project management tasks. The problem increases(More)
Instructions have long been considered a highly efficient route to knowledge acquisition especially compared to trial-and-error learning. We aimed at substantiating this claim by identifying boundary conditions for such an efficiency gain, including the influence of active learning intention, repeated instructions, and working memory load and span. Our(More)
INTRODUCTION To date, little research has been conducted on developing library collections in bioinformatics. The author aspires to fill this gap by offering a broad summary of collection development principles and practices as seen from the perspective of a liaison librarian for whom collection development is just one component of her job. The uniqueness(More)
Subtheme: The role of University in the third mission-R&D, intellectual property and technology transfer Abstract The Triple Helix model is a prescriptive model of innovation that takes a sociological perspective to explain how the reciprocal relations between university-industry-government contribute to the creation and capitalization of knowledge. The(More)
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