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  • When Nature vents her wrath on grapes

    When Nature vents her wrath on grapes

    Via Times Live : Making wine is a tough job in most places, what with frost, hail, drought and bushfires to contend with. But nowhere is the task bigger than in Argentina’s Mendoza region, where vintners duel “the whole gamut of natural hazards” — not least frequent earthquakes, according to research […]

  • Mathematics explains how lizards get their patterns

    Mathematics explains how lizards get their patterns

    Via ZME Science : When you think about math, it often seems like an abstract concept that doesn’t connect to the real world. Actually, some patterns in animals can be explained by mathematical equations. Turing equations explain how many animals get certain coloured stripes or spots on a cellular level. The […]

  • 5 Time Management Tips for Small Business Owners

    5 Time Management Tips for Small Business Owners

    Via Black Enterprise : Get organized, increase productivity, and maintain efficiency with these five tips to improve your time management skills Any small business owner knows that time is money. It’s not unusual for small business owners to work 12 to 16 hours a day, oftentimes seven days a week—especially in […]

  • TEDx speakers offer feast of ideas

    TEDx speakers offer feast of ideas

    Via NWI Times : HOBART — Jane Lump, lead consultant at Strategic Innovation, went to Thursday’s TEDx County Line Road event to gather new ideas. “If you don’t keep your brain going, it will stop,” Lump said. Lump chatted and exchanged ideas with others during a break in the gathering at […]

  • How Entrepreneurs Can Conduct Primary Market Research

    How Entrepreneurs Can Conduct Primary Market Research

    Via Entrepreneur : The entrepreneurship community has lagged behind in incorporating primary market research into startup formation, which is a significant missed opportunity. Critical to the success of an entrepreneur is an ironclad process for product marketing, which is only possible if you have accurate, robust information about the marketplace. In […]

  • 5 TIPS TO BEAT THE FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

    5 TIPS TO BEAT THE FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

    Via M2Woman : It’s a fact that more people are afraid of public speaking than they are of death! Speaking in public has never bothered me – I’ve been doing since I was 19. In my first job as a vacuum cleaner salesman, we had compulsory weekly team presentations. The purpose […]

  • A leap in Chemistry

    A leap in Chemistry

    Via Deccan Chronicle : Arabinda Chaudhuri, who was selected as a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, talks about the power of science. Hyderabad-based scientist, Dr Arabinda Chaudhuri, has been elected as a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) in the United Kingdom, and will work with other eminent […]

  • Career Advice: 7 reputation-killing words you unconsciously overuse

    Career Advice: 7 reputation-killing words you unconsciously overuse

    Via MIC : If phrases like, “I’ve got a lot on my plate” or “Let’s circle back” at work sound like nails on a chalkboard to you, consider how “I can’t” or “Sorry, but” sounds. Some workplace phrases are bothersome, but others are total career killers. Terms like “deep dive” or “thinking […]