Monthly Archives: March 2014

Lack of Math / Statistics – what to do?

Nice article on how students realize they suck at math / statistics, but don’t know what to do about it.. it ultimately falls on the universities and advisors to provide this training.. and they are currently failing!  While this article focuses on … Continue reading

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cellulosic industry reaching maturity?

Nice status report on the cellulosic industry in the US.. http://www.nature.com/news/cellulosic-ethanol-fights-for-life-1.14856

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‘Low carbon’ caveats watering down development aid?

Interesting article in the Financial Times about the tension between adopting low carbon development restrictions for international aid, versus trying maximizing the impact of donor dollars towards universal energy access: Climate Policy Robs the World’s Poor of their Hopes (behind … Continue reading

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