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Hello, I am Yuguang. I am a PhD student at LMU Munich, working on China-Yugoslavia relations in 1970s and 80s.

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Hello ! I'm a scientist and entrepreneur interested in business models and reimagining scholarship to be more diverse and inclusive. I've used commercially for thirty years. ❤️

More stuff: I'm an atheist Jew. Born in Kyiv, . Family fled USSR in 70s via Italy. First language Russian. Grew up in Canada and a Canadian citizen. Lived longest in USA where I met my spouse and had a kid. We now live across the fence from our best friends.

doing research on language variation in cat-related digital spaces and , mainly qualitative and exploratory, but now also opening up to quantitative methods. Learning now because I am into and

Oh, and I am a big lover 😸

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I'm here from the Ecology & Evolutionary Biology dept at the University of Toronto and the Palaeobiology dept at the Royal Ontario Museum.

I'm a PhD Candidate studying growth and life history in extant and extinct cats, using both observational data (collected by others) and data from the growth record preserved in bone (collected by me)! See below for what a fossil Smilodon bone looks like under the microscope 👀

That last post encourages me to do a bit of : I direct a research center and academic program at Michigan State University. My official credentials say I'm a professor of English, but I'm currently writing about the present failures, and future demands, of academic .

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I work in research support for a UK HE library having previously worked with library collections & discovery. I still love

I make research and work with library systems with an interest in and

Hello! I'm a in evolutionary . I study , , and in ( = eukaryotic = critters more complex than bacteria - eg. , , , , etc.) mostly using and .

I come from , CZ & currently live in , FR.

I'm interseted in & of all life, & , , , politics.

Hello there. I am an researcher and educator, super interested in that counters biases and . I am working at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, US. I love , , , and long-distance . I intend to toot about my research field and learning process (for example, on design).

Hi y'all, new here! 👋 I'm Tori & I'm currently studying law. In particular, I study , , and . I studied and in undergrad.

I love all things , history, law and equity, and other general humanities studies. I also love and I love researching and . , , and .

Basically, I have a lot of interests! Nice to meet you! :BlobCatHeart:

I'm Daniel from . Actually I'm working at Episcopal Public Library. I'm interesting in library history, automatization and free software into .

Živjo! Hallo! I'm PhD student at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Researching the articulation of standard Slovenian consonants. Practicing acoustics phonetics. Teaching several linguistics tutorials in Slovenian language (Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology etc.). Technology enthusiast, learning and , and scripting language. In my free time I play strategy and RPG games, read Old High German texts etc. 🇸🇮 🇩🇪

Guess I'll add my piece to the ! I'm a PhD student at Lund Uni, working on oat and . I've done work in genome annotation and gene mapping. I work a lot in R , and am a occasional contributor to and wrappers. Used to do more work, but fell in love with magrittr pipes, and now struggle to imagine processing data without them <3 I'm a happy amateur, keen on learning more about best practice modelling!

oh, further : I'm also very interested in : acknowledging that doing research is an embodied, ethical, emotional endeavour and that that shapes what we search for and see.

I'm intrigued how little space we make for that in our formal publications; it's confined to coffee chats, social media, blogs, etc.

On the bird site had a great conversation about that:

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Hello world, this is my :
I am a doctoral candidate at the Research Group for Applied Software Engineering (Prof. Bruegge) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). My research focuses on computer science education and automated assessments of textual exercises. In addition, I am teaching the lecture courses Introduction to Software Engineering (~2,200 students) and Patterns in Software Engineering (~700 students) at TUM.

I am an early career clinician-scientist investigating the i. safety and effectiveness of drugs to treat, and ii. :ForestPlot: of neuroimmunological diseases, especially .

Everything surrounding administrative data science.

Check out my :orcid: ORCID page (link in profile)!

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Interested in science and the natural environment. Have studied basic engineering, biology and then geology. Got a MSc and PhD in Sedimentology and an equiv MSc in pedagogy for higher education. I have worked in geophysics and computer science now mostly in environmental oceanography. I am passionate about the Ocean. I left Academia and dedicated my life to fighting industrial plastic pollution on the West Coast and islands of Scotland using circular economy. Consultant sometimes

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