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The Antarctic Report is a New Zealand-based publication dedicated to reporting on "the hard science which underlines the importance of Antarctica as a bellwether of global climate change." The website emerged from World Science Week, a 2014 conference in Auckland, New Zealand where scientists, researchers, and governmental science advisors from around the world gathered for a series of summits. On...

https://www.antarcticreport.com
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Full Stop is an online literary magazine that "focuses on debuts, works in translation, and books published by small presses." With this aim, the magazine publishes book reviews, interviews, essays, and blog posts. Recent interviews include conversations with Paul Devlin, who edited the work of famous jazz critic Albert Murray, and Lisa Hanawalt, who produced the Netflix series BoJack Horseman....

http://www.full-stop.net
View Resource OECD Health Statistics 2016 Screenshot

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)'s Health Statistic 2016 page features extensive data about health around the globe. This information will be of interest to health scholars and policy researchers alike. Academics, students, and interested members of the general public can explore this data in a number of ways. Those who want to explore the data in full can do so...

http://www.oecd.org/els/health-systems/health-data.htm
View Resource The NCBI Style Guide Screenshot

One of the most challenging aspects of any kind of academic writing is remembering discipline-specific style rules. For researchers and writers in biotechnology, the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) has created this comprehensive and easy-to-use style guide that may help. The digital publication is divided into two parts: tips for general writing and tips for the biotechnology...

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK988
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Anyone looking to track their hours - whether to stay on top of freelance work or to improve personal productivity - may want to check out HoursTracker. Users can create their own tabs for each task or job and set a clock to mark an allotted time duration or a selected end time for each activity. A single tap allows users to easily clock in and out of tasks. In addition, employees can calculate...

http://www.hourstrackerapp.com

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