The Health Research Web Project is a collaborative web platform dedicated to research in health sector and created by the COHRED. It focuses on improving healthcare, particularly in developing countries, and it is open to researchers and professionnals working in health sector who want to share information, datas or discuss about management or governance issues related to healthcare.
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If you could ask only one person about the limits of computers past, present and future, the right person might be Federico Faggin. Forty years ago Faggin meticulously sketched the blueprint that brought to life the world's first microprocessor, which later sparked the personal computer revolution.
After a career dedicated to creating evermore intelligent computer chips, he has turned his attention to…Continue
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This is a video about cultivating resilience and promoting use of Internet and communication technology to spread thoughts and actions for change and sustainable development. It is promoting a report – Carnegie Trust’s …Continue
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After over a decade of increasing technology use by youth and parents, there has been no systematic effort to bring a comprehensive and practical tools to parents (see Pew and Kaiser Foundation studies.) While new devices and applications arrive in our homes in increasing speed, parents are still at a loss about organizing the mostly chaotic media lives of kids (see www.mydigitalfamily.org).
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