Gale Offers Libraries Interactive Science Products for Students Gale launched three new science products for academic and school libraries that are designed to help students understand science beyond simply reading their textbooks. The Korean Society of Animal Sciences and Technology (KSAST) was founded in 1956 and was remodelled through an alliance with the Korean Society of Dairy Science, Animal Nutrition and Feedstuffs, Animal Genetics and Breeding, and the Animal Science in the year of 2000.
Taught with the video lectures, Roshan’s students in the 2010-11 school year scored an average of 4.11 on the AP calculus test, compared to the 3.59 average among her students who took the test and were taught in the traditional classroom setting the year before.
KSAST is dedicated to work on the general interest of the society, including widespread development of theory and technology related to animal production, and establishing of cooperation among academia, research, and farms for promotion of animal related issues.
An Article published last month showed that RNAi can be used to investigate developmental processes in mammalian embryos ( Nature Cell Biol.2, 70-75; 2000 ). We hope that both our Technology Reviews and the original articles will contribute to the dissemination of information about technological advances that are of interest to all cell biologists.
Report paints picture of a healthy global scientific landscape The number of people working in research around the world has grown by 21% between 2007 and 2013 to 7.8 million, according to the Unesco Science Report, which tracks trends in science, technology and innovation around the world.