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Curious Neanderthals may have been early scientist explorers investigating volcanoes.

blog post image Neanderthals may have climbed an active volcano soon after it erupted: Footprints on an extinct Italian volcano suggest ancient humans were regular visitors, and the shapes of the tracks point to the identity of the trackmakers. "A set of preserved footprints suggests that ancient humans often went scrambling...

What do Japanese residents learn from treating dying patients? The implications for training in end-of-life care: How medical

blog post image What do Japanese residents learn from treating dying patients? The implications for training in end-of-life care: How medical residents’ experiences with care for dying patients affect their emotional well-being, their learning outcomes, and the formation of their professional identities is not fully...

Coming back from the edge: a qualitative study of a professional support unit for junior doctors: It is known that many

blog post image Coming back from the edge: a qualitative study of a professional support unit for junior doctors: It is known that many trainee doctors around the world experience work satisfaction but also considerable work stress in the training period. Such stress seems to be linked to multiple factors including...

Next Generation Learning Analytics: Or, How Learning Analytics is Passé: "'Learning Analytics,' as so many know it, is

blog post image Next Generation Learning Analytics: Or, How Learning Analytics is Passé: "'Learning Analytics,' as so many know it, is already passé. There is almost always a disconnect between research innovation and the popular imagination. By the time a new concept or approach achieves widespread acceptance, its...