Personal finance: Debt and borrowing in its wider context
Debt has now become a part of everyday life, with personal debt in the UK topping £1.1 trillion in 2005. In this unit, you will explore the different types of debt and loans and some of the associated concepts, arming yourself with more information to plan your financial future.
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Introduction to active galaxies
The field of active galaxies is recognised as one of increasing importance. But how do we know there are different kinds of galaxy? What are active galaxies? How are they powered? This unit examines the different types of active galaxy and looks at the crucial role of the active galactic nucleus and the energy source at its heart.
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Online Writing Handbook (University of Toronto)
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Monitoring Dopamine Release During Reward Learning
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Researchers have known for some time that the neurotransmitter dopamine is centrally involved in learning and working memory, Roshan Cools tells us, and that dopamine-responsive circuits connect these parts of the human brain to other structures like the striatum, which also helps orchestrate motor control. Cools has been inves
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7.2 Feasibility studies

For some projects, particularly large or innovative ones, it may be appropriate to carry out a feasibility study before beginning the detailed work of planning and implementation. Alternatively, or in addition, it may be possible or desirable to try out an idea on a small scale, as a pilot project, before the main project begins. It may also be appropriate to carry out a feasibility study when there are still a number of options that would all appear to offer appropriate solutions to t
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School Effectiveness and Equity: Making Connections
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The Marxian critique censures the capitalistic social order for th
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Creative enterprise in west Yorkshire Arts organisations
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4 Forms of discrimination

We have already seen that labour market disadvantage can take various forms. Equally, discrimination in the labour market itself can manifest itself in different guises.

The most obvious form of discrimination involves women being paid less than men for doing the same or a similar job. This is what labour economists call wage discrimination (under wage discrimination an individual is paid less than another individual working at the same job), which has been addressed and formally elimin
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Learning in deep neural networks
Taught by Phillip Isola

Exercises and references posted here: https://stellar.mit.edu/S/project/bcs-comp-tut/

Thanks to BCS seminar committee and postdoc committee (especially Evan Remington) for help with organizing and funding. Video editing by Avery Morris. Tutorial series founded by Emily Mackevicius.
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Understanding cancer: News from the frontline
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Science Children's attitudes
Science Children's attitudes I am starting a research study on children's attitudes towards science at primary school. I will be looking for information on Key Stages 1 and 2. Does gender, age, parents, types of science being learnt have an affect on their attitudes? Your help on finding some websites or journal articles would be much appreciated. Thank you.
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A systematic review of the impact of citizenship education on student learning and achievement
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Assessing Quality in Applied and Practice-based Educational Research
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