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Our #ACSME2016 Poster

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For those not attending the Australian Conference for Mathematics and Science Education 2016, and those that are who have visited our poster and want a take home copy, let me present in all its splendor&hellip

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Presenting in Brisbane

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Institute for Innovation in Science & Mathematics Education Showing our site by a poster and short presentation at the University of Queensland on 28 September.  The site would love to hear from users, especially from&hellip

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R Users around the World – make a Group?

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At Stanford in June there were groups of women who have started User groups around the world. There was a session that was held to describe their initiation. They are available on Twitter, to follow&hellip

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The Use R Conference at Stanford

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There will be a Lightening talk on BeST next week at the Use R Conference. It will be an opportunity to meet other statistical educators and online supporters. Look at the Use R Program

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Membership now open!

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After much tinkering with the website, we are proud to announce that you can now become a member of the Bespoke e-style Statistical Training site by registering here. This is part of our continued commitment&hellip

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International Women’s Day

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Yesterday was International Women’s Day and has been celebrated by a number of the team at the University of Queensland’s International Women’s Day lunch. We see that women have an invaluable role in Agriculture in&hellip

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Spreading our wings…

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Since we are trying to now publicise the Statistical Training a little more, we have extended our wings to twitter @BeST_MYM and Google+ at BeST – Bespoke e-style Statistical Training for Africa as well as&hellip

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Organic Farming to feed the world?

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As BeST for Africa is part of the SIMLESA project which promote sustainable agriculture, this recent article in The Independent caught our eyes. The article summarises a recent paper published in Nature Plants, which reviews&hellip

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Resurrection plants

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Over December at BeST we have been taking a little time to relax and to travel. It also gave us a little time to explore the topics that we hope our statistical training can help&hellip

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