Links 12/1/14

Links for you. Science:

Public health labs and the Ebola response: ‘This is the type of work they do day in and day out’
Grey seals identified as killers behind mystery harbour porpoise deaths
Open-access megajournals reduce the peer-review burden
Despite Aid Push, Ebola Is Raging in Sierra Leone (this is why sociology matters)
NIAID/GSK Experimental Ebola Vaccine Appears Safe, Prompts Immune Response: Results from NIH Phase 1 Clinical Trial Support Accelerated Development of Candidate Vaccine


Robert McCulloch’s recipe for an American disaster (excellent)
Lessons for Education Reformers from W. Edwards Deming, America’s Leading Management Thinker
The confidential sexual assault investigation system has failed.
Swedish icon Ikea is really a Dutch ‘charity’
Michael Brown spent his last day with his friend Dorian Johnson. Here’s what Johnson saw.
Why haven’t iTunes and Spotify removed dozens of “hate bands” from their services?
Your Backlash Against Sarah Lacy Is Misplaced: Resent the attention she’s getting? Uber singled HER out.
NY: 22-Year-Old Charter Founder Did Not Graduate from Rochester High School (the entire story is insane)
Racism in East Ramapo, New York: It’s Time to March
Ferguson and the brokenness of America’s “Justice” System
FBI Investigates Allegations of Corruption Within Calexico Police Department: “Exactly like the Mafioso in New York. That’s exactly how they are operating,” Calexico Police Chief Mike Bostic said of city officials and police union members
Welcome to the big-phone era: Study shows phone size directly impacts content consumption behavior
Lower Manhattan from Brooklyn by Mike Dekker
‘Area Four’ residents live in the shadow of the future: Hard by the new buildings, ideas, and money crowding Kendall Square is Cambridge’s poorest neighborhood
Architectural Magic: Big Stone Building Breaks Free and Floats

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