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Dennis de Oliveira analyzes peripheral cultural collectives in São Paulo
by Richard Meckien published Jul 25, 2019 last modified Sep 02, 2019 04:57 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
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New scientific field analyzes cultural transmission from an evolutionary point of view
by Richard Meckien published Jun 14, 2019 last modified Mar 02, 2020 01:34 PM — filed under: , , , ,
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VideoIEA Future of Marine-Dependent Societies: Climate Change and Fishing Communities
by Richard Meckien published Jun 04, 2019 last modified Sep 19, 2019 10:14 AM — filed under:
The 2nd meeting of the cycle of debates on the Future of Marine-Dependent Societies has gathered a Spanish anthropologist and an Indian economist who investigate socio-ecological changes associated with climate change in coastal communities of India, Africa, and Oceania. As a counterpoint, researchers from the Fisheries Ecosystems Laboratory of USP' Oceanographic Institute (LABPESQ / IO-USP), have presented Brazilian studies in the field.
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VideoIEA Primate Archaeology: Humans and Non-Humans - Part 2 of 2
by Richard Meckien published Jun 04, 2019 last modified Sep 19, 2019 09:26 AM — filed under:
Archaic evidence of tool use by non-human primates may help to understand the evolution of human technology in a comparative perspective. Coordinated by ethologist Eduardo Ottoni, a professor at USP's Institute of Psychology (IP) and a current participant in IEA's Sabbatical Year Program, the event brought together archaeologists Tomos Proffitt (University College London, UK) and Adrián Arroyo (Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution, Spain), in addition to three researchers from USP.
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VideoIEA Primate Archaeology: Humans and Non-Humans - Part 1 of 2
by Richard Meckien published Jun 04, 2019 last modified Sep 19, 2019 09:26 AM — filed under:
Archaic evidence of tool use by non-human primates may help to understand the evolution of human technology in a comparative perspective. Coordinated by ethologist Eduardo Ottoni, a professor at USP's Institute of Psychology (IP) and a current participant in IEA's Sabbatical Year Program, the event brought together archaeologists Tomos Proffitt (University College London, UK) and Adrián Arroyo (Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution, Spain), in addition to three researchers from USP.
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Primate Archaeology: Humans and Non-Humans - May 28, 2019
by Richard Meckien published May 28, 2019 last modified Jul 04, 2019 11:59 AM — filed under: , ,
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Awareness of global risks must be a component of scientific education, says researcher
by Richard Meckien published May 10, 2019 last modified Feb 14, 2020 03:01 PM — filed under: , , , , , ,
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Research project analyzes the use of the FIFA World Cup by three BRICS members in order to increase their global influence
by Richard Meckien published Mar 08, 2019 last modified Mar 14, 2019 03:58 PM — filed under: , , , , , ,
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Sabbatical Year Program chooses seven researchers for 2019
by Richard Meckien published Oct 09, 2018 last modified Mar 25, 2020 08:37 AM — filed under: ,
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VideoIEA Future of Marine-Dependent Societies: Advanced Science on Climate Change and Oceans
by Richard Meckien published Aug 10, 2018 last modified Sep 19, 2019 09:17 AM — filed under:
The first debate of a cycle that has been originated from the project "The Future of Marine-dependent Societies: Climate Change, Innequalities and Cooperation in Complex Socio-ecological Systems," developed by Professor Maria Gasalla (IO-USP) in 2016 during her participation in IEA's Sabbatical Year Program, has addressed subjects from an advanced studies' perspective in order to broaden the academic dialogue with society. It has presented recent results and perspectives on quantitative modeling of two of the most prominent contemporary scientists that integrate global climate and biogeochemical models with aspects directly related to living resources, and the contributions of the oceans to society. William Cheung, from the University of British Columbia's Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, has explored why advanced studies on the subject are needed in addition to presenting the results of his research. Marion Gehlen, from the Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (France), has presented perspectives from a biogeochemical scientist's viewpoint.
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