See different species from jurassic carnivores or plant eating dinosaurs, predators or hunters like Tyranosaurus rex, velociraptor to hominini, Australopithecus & Paranthopus, proto-humans & humans. View a gallery of discoveries, the fossils of dinos, hominids, Homo erectus, Handy man, workman, the hobbit, the neanderthal man, homo sapiens sapiens, the taung child or see the remains of "natural spring".
Observe relations between species (see coexisting species) and learn more with an original timeline !
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■ 200 fossils and remains available (dinosaurs, hominids remains, bones, skulls, skeletons, cast ...) !
■ zoom on images to see details and get more information
■ time range bar to select a time interval for species or edit numbers manually (e.g. discover species that share the same period of time)
■ search for →co-existing species← (same temporal range), see available fossils and get more information
■ quick search within temporal range, scientific classification, species, dates, location, discovery information, measures ...!
■ use geologic time scales like prehistoric ages, holocene, pleistocene, pliocene, miocene, cretaceous or jurassic to filter species
■ Discoveries gallery with a timeline associated : browse history with the discovered remains and fossils
■ Complete offline mode : fetch data for offline use, retrieve all data (see "+" button in discovery tab)
Contact us if you want to publish or share your data with Sapiens.
- News on the course, university, careers
- Events like social, party, academic, career.
- Competitions ( like we have one on creative writing at the moment)
- Videos on the anthropology questions ( in a fun yet powerful way!)
- Cool staff in general!
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Imagine Practicing for just 10 minutes a day on this App and be updated on all previous year questions as well important concepts. (You could practice anytime anywhere without the need to connect to internet)
What this App Offers ?
1. More Than 2500 Previous Year questions from various entrance exams with complete explanations and references
2. Classification of Questions such that you can solve questions randomly from any Subject or Unit (Click on the subject to get the list of units and on units to get the list of chapters in Practice Mode)
3. In Test Mode you can create a test of 25 Questions from a combination of topics
4.There is a smart progress bar to track your progress of Learning. While solving if you get any question wrong then you have to get the question correct twice randomly for it to be deemed as complete. (Which means that you will be forced to repeatedly solve the questions which you get wrong)
Another Update to come Soon!
This app will run on any android phone on 3.2 and higher
- Developer forgot how to program
- He needs time to contemplate life, raged against Google's apk signing.
- Should all be good now *Please don't explode again*
New Update Log (2.0)
- Mostly Visual update
- Fixes errors on Galaxy devices (I hope)
- Removing the Cartoon Bit
Update log: (OLD) (1.0)
- The App currently crashes on only the Galaxy s4, everything else seems to be working (hope
to fix soon)
- The app will be have updates soon
- Cartoon picture selector still does not work
** A brand new Serial Killer Index, featuring over 200 brief bios and pics
** A glossary of criminological keywords and theories, plus new glossaries for forensics, law, and crime types
** A crime feed from various news sources around the world (Updated DAILY)
** Fascinating documentaries (Updated WEEKLY)
** A blog full of opinion pieces, fiction, serial killer smack downs and top 10 lists! (Updated MONTHLY)
** Plus, a calendar of criminology-related seminars and conferences around the world
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Learn the 10 steps needed to set yourself apart when applying for forensic positions. Learn how to network with forensic professionals, how to enhance your college degree and how the forensic related shows, such as Bones, CSI, and NCIS, help you learn about forensic terminology, vocabulary, and the scientific process.
*WHAT YOU WILL LEARN*
✔ What is Forensic Science?
✔ Forensic Shows and CSI Effect
✔ What is the CSI Effect? The Juries Expect More.
✔ Start Reading
✔ What to Read
✔ College Courses
✔ Get a Plan
✔ Why Volunteer?
✔ Places to Volunteer
✔ How to Develop a Professional Community
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✔ Webinars, Seminars, Online Courses
✔ Training Resources
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• Lifetime access to 25 lectures
• A community of 600+ students learning together!
• Watch courses on the go: video lectures, audio lectures, presentations, articles and anything inside your course.
• Watch courses in offline: Save courses for offline viewing so you can watch them while you're on a plane or subway!
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While many believe that we already hold such knowledge, our view is that there still exists a multitude of anomalies and mysteries in humanity's past that deserve further examination.
Come with us on a journey to explore lost civilisations, myths & legends, sacred writings, ancient places, unexplained artefacts and scientific mysteries while we seek to retell the story of our beginnings.
- Get the very latest news regarding amazing ancient discoveries being made daily across the globe
- Read articles about the most incredible archaeological findings ever made, including ancient shipwrecks, unexplained artifacts, long-forgotten cities, manuscripts that shed light on our ancient past, and discoveries that have changed our view of the world.
- Learn about the lives of indigenous people in remote parts of our world, who still follow the same traditions as their ancestors did thousands of years ago
- Explore myths and legends from ancient cultures around the world
- Join forums and discussions where you can discuss all things ancient, share opinions, find answers, make contacts, engage in debates, and learn new information.
- Video interviews and guest articles by top experts and authors
- Get latest updates through Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.
* Profiles of 37 Social Theorists From A to Z
* Useful Videos Illustrating Various Social Theories
* A Link To The Best Online Theorist Search Engine
* A Built-In Survey To Improve Future Versions
This app is meant to be used as a quick reference for a wide range of social theorists who are important to the discipline of sociology. The profiled theorists include:
Theodor Adorno, Louis Althusser, Jean Baudrillard, Peter Berger, Peter Blau, Herbert Blumer, Pierre Bourdieu, Judith Butler, James Coleman, Patricia Hill Collins, Randall Collins, Auguste Comte, Charles Cooley, Ralf Dahrendorf, W.E.B. Du Bois, Emile Durkheim, Michel Foucault, Anthony Giddens, Erving Goffman, Antonio Gramsci, Jurgen Habermas, George Homans, Max Horkheimer, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Karl Mannheim, Herbert Marcuse, Karl Marx, George Herbert Mead, Robert Merton, C. Wright Mills, Talcott Parsons, George Ritzer, Georg Simmel, William Isaac Thomas, Thorstein Veblen, Immanuel Wallerstein, and Max Weber.
Each profile includes: a quotation, historical context, connections to other theorists, theoretical perspective, theoretical contributions and concepts, a descriptions of his/her major works, criticisms by other theorists, overall assessment of their impact on the field of sociology, further readings, and a list of citations used in researching each theorist.
Designed by The Students of Social Theory
College of the Holy Cross
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Created by the Museo del Prado and Madpixel, Second Canvas Museo del Prado allows you to explore the 14 masterpieces from the museum’s collection, including Las Meninas by Velázquez, The Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch and Self-Portrait by Dürer, in ultra-high resolution. You can also interact with them, choose your favorite detail and share it with your friends on social networks.
This app includes for free one of the 14 masterpieces: Self-portrait of Albrecht Dürer in Gigapixel (ultra-HD) format, plus enriched art cards for the other 13.
You can acquire the resting 13 masterpieces in Gigapixel format as in-app purchases, individually or grouped in a pack.
Available masterpieces are:
• The Third of May, 1808 in Madrid. Francisco de Goya.
• Jacob’s Dream. José de Ribera.
• Las Meninas or The Family of Philip IV. Diego Velázquez.
• The Nobleman with his Hand on his Chest. El Greco.
• Crucifixion. Juan de Flandes.
• The Annunciation. Fra Angelico.
• The Cardinal. Raphael.
• Equestrian Portrait of Charles V at Mühlberg. Titian.
• Immaculate Conception. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.
• Descent from the Cross. Roger van der Weyden.
• The Garden of Earthly Delights. Hieronymus Bosch.
• The Three Graces. Peter Paul Rubens.
• Judith at the Banquet of Holofernes. Rembrandt.
You have also available the Prado’s copy of the Mona Lisa, by the workshop of Leonardo da Vinci, as in-app purchase. For the first time ever it can be seen in Gigapixel resolution.
• Extra material for each masterpiece, links to additional information, audioguide and sign language guide
• Super-zoom to discover hidden details
• X-ray and ultraviolet vision to see the drawing under the painting for featured works.
• Discover amazing stories about each painting, detail by detail.
• Tell your own stories on social networks, selecting the details you want to share in ultra-high resolution.
• Connect your iPad/iPhone to your TV at home (via AirPlay, AppleTV or cable) or projector at school to see the masterpieces in full screen while interacting with your touch device.
• Twitter integration allows you to read the opinions of other users within the app itself, which is why each masterpiece has its own hashtag.
• Share your experience, with images, on Facebook, Twitter and by email.
• Download the works on your device with all the related information (or the details with their stories, in the case of the masterpieces) so they can be accessed even when you’re offline or in airplane mode.
• Over 60 related works in HD that places each painting within its historical context and in relation to other works by the artist and his contemporaries.
You can also make lists of your favorite works or receive content updates and new stories from the museum, among other things.
The Gigapixel images in this app go beyond ultra-high resolution, with a focus on achieving optimal quality so the artwork can be enjoyed in full detail no matter how much you zoom in. A gigapixel image is comprised of hundreds or thousands of high-resolution images, which come together to create one giant image of 1,000,000,000 or more pixels.
We hope you enjoy Second Canvas Museo del Prado. Tell us about your experience with the app and help us improve by emailing us at: SCPrado@secondcanvas.net
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This application is designed to provide information and advice to anybody who considers they might be interested in competing.
Registration for the 2015 competition is now open.
If you are not from the UK please see the International section inside the app.
To compete you must be in education in one of the following two categories or have entered the workplace following a suitable professional course within the last 12 months:
A student on a Science or Forensic Science Degree Course in an approved UK University
A student in the second year of a BTEC Extended Diploma in Applied Science (Forensic Science)
This is to ensure competitors can reach the standards of such a competition without extensive extra tuition.
This app is designed for the competitors of the WSUK Competition in Forensic Science. Please do not give it a negative review or one star because it is not what you expected. Thank you.
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We take our name from the Trobriand Islanders’ practice of Kula exchange between islands in the Pacific Ocean. For us the practice of the KulaRing means the continual rotation of socially valuable items between people, that gain value in each exchange, bring value to their holder, but damage the holder that holds onto them for themselves.
As students of Anthropology, the content of this blog reflects our shared interest in this subject, however most of it is accessible to all, whether one knows what anthropology is or not (we are unsure sometimes whether we do?).
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Use the StudyUp App to get instant updates when your Study Buddies add notes. Search for your friends that have already signed up to StudyUp, or Invite your Buddies to join you at StudyUp in improving you study habits. And there is more.
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*Change the date by clicking on the calendar icon on the action bar.
*Share events by holding an event down for a few seconds.
*Switch between births, deaths, and events by hitting menu on your phone, or the menu key on the action bar.
*Save dates to view when there is no internet connection by hitting the menu button, and clicking on save offline.
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