Co-op Diary 2015


This diary is authored by Dr P. J. Matthews, to provide a public record of the process of maintaining and developing the Research Cooperative. For previous years, see Co-op Diary Archive. 6th September 2015 It's been almost a year since my last diary entry. It...

About the Research Cooperative


Welcome to the Research Cooperative. [See this page in all languages]. Our network was established in 2001 and is managed as a not-for-profit organisation (NPO). For more history, see background article in: English, Chinese, French. Our aim is to promote contact and...

Copyright and Terms of Service


The Research Cooperative by The Research Cooperative is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License. The design (layout) and content of this website are copyright of the Research Cooperative (hereafter 'the...

Co-op Diary 2014


This diary is authored by Dr P. J. Matthews, to provide a public record of the process of maintaining and developing the Research Cooperative. For previous years, see Co-op Diary Archive . 20th September 2014 Deleted the DRIP popup box and "short-course"...

Co-op Diary Archive


The Research Cooperative Diary is a summary of day-to-day activities related to operation of the Research Cooperative. Diary year: 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010  

(deleted tab) Main-->Forgot your password?


Forgot your password? Added by Peter J. Matthews on July 1, 2009 at 13:14 Click here, then enter your e-mail address and click 'Reset Password'. You will get an e-mail with a link to reset your password. If your email has changed or is no longer working, then you...

(archive) My Page --> My University


My university Join or make a university focus group to meet others who live and work near you. Use these groups to discuss writing and publishing activities at your present university, or at universities where you previously studied or worked (find university websites...

(archive) My Page --> My Language


My language Communicate with other members in your own language, or in other languages you have learned. In these language focus groups, we invite: discussion of research, research communication, science education generally, and offers and requests for help from...
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