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Conference Report
Plant Translocation for Threatened Species Conservation
by Anurag Dhyani and Thomas Abeli
Proceedings 2022, 80(1), 1; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2022080001 - 7 Feb 2022
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A training school on Plant Translocation—Theory and Techniques was held on 24–26 March 2021 organized virtually at the Botanic Garden of Rome, Italy. The aim of the course was to train budding scientists in the field of threatened plant restoration and conservation. The [...] Read more.
A training school on Plant Translocation—Theory and Techniques was held on 24–26 March 2021 organized virtually at the Botanic Garden of Rome, Italy. The aim of the course was to train budding scientists in the field of threatened plant restoration and conservation. The course was attended by 77 participants, viz., postdoctoral fellows, faculty and scientists, from 28 countries. Full article
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Conference Report
Abstracts of the 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia
by Sandra Iuliano, Katherine M. Livingstone, Welma Stonehouse, Anthony James and Alison Coates
Proceedings 2022, 80(1), 2; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2022080002 - 1 Mar 2022
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The 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia was held virtually from 2–3 December 2021. The theme of the meeting was Nutrition: Opportunities for Nutrition Science in a New Era. Abstracts were submitted from 13 countries. A total of 326 [...] Read more.
The 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia was held virtually from 2–3 December 2021. The theme of the meeting was Nutrition: Opportunities for Nutrition Science in a New Era. Abstracts were submitted from 13 countries. A total of 326 registrants attended the conference, and 134 papers were presented consisting of 6 plenary, 54 oral and 74 poster presentations. This issue presents the proceedings of this meeting in the form of abstracts for papers presented at the conference. Full article
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A Trend Analysis of Research on the Flipped Classroom in L2 Learning before and after COVID-19
by Merve Köksal and Turgay Han
Proceedings 2022, 80(1), 3; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2022080003 - 10 Mar 2022
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The aim of this research is to examine the EFL flipped classroom trend before and during COVID-19 by the frequent types of research designs and topics investigated in the studies. For this purpose, a content analysis was used as the research methodology. A [...] Read more.
The aim of this research is to examine the EFL flipped classroom trend before and during COVID-19 by the frequent types of research designs and topics investigated in the studies. For this purpose, a content analysis was used as the research methodology. A content analysis was implemented for each article regarding research design and subject. A total of 44 research papers from journals listed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), Springer, and Scopus were analyzed. Only recent studies between 2017 and 2021 were reviewed because this study aims to analyze papers published immediately before and after the COVID-19 outbreak. First, the results showed writing skills were investigated more than speaking and listening skills. Next, the flipped classroom positively affected EFL learners’ writing, grammar, and speaking anxiety. In addition, the most commonly used research method was the mixed method (n = 25), and the least used was the qualitative method (n = 3) during the years 2017–2021. The findings also revealed that the trend decreased from 2017 to 2018; however, it increased rapidly after 2018. This paper implicates that the recent research trend on flipped classrooms during emergency online L2 education focused on EFL writing, more research is needed to examine other language skills. Full article
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Conference Report
Remarks and Abstracts of the First Sustainable Globe Conference 2021
by Shakil Regmi, Martin Lindner, Julio César Tovar-Gálvez and Maria Esther Téllez-Acosta
Proceedings 2022, 80(1), 4; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2022080004 - 16 May 2022
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The First Sustainable Globe Conference 2021 was held virtually from 8 to 10 September 2021. The partner organizers were Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg from Germany, RootsGoods Private Limited from India, and the Vriksha Foundation from Nepal. The theme of the conference was sustainability for climate [...] Read more.
The First Sustainable Globe Conference 2021 was held virtually from 8 to 10 September 2021. The partner organizers were Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg from Germany, RootsGoods Private Limited from India, and the Vriksha Foundation from Nepal. The theme of the conference was sustainability for climate action. The focus topics of the theme were education, agriculture (nutrition), urban and rural development, and natural and cultural resources management. Abstracts were submitted from 20 universities in 13 countries. In total, 69 registrants attended the conference, and 29 papers were presented, of which 4 were poster presentations along with 10 invited and keynote speakers. The presentations were either in English or Spanish (with English subtitles and/or live translation). The conference was divided into two plenary sessions—first, education; and second, natural and cultural resources, urban and rural development, and agriculture. In the education session, most of the discussion was related to environmental education to improve environmental literacy in all age groups. The project-based education, along with formal and informal teaching and educational methodologies, was discussed. For the second plenary session, the discussion was mixed with protecting natural and cultural resources by promoting scientific applications and public participation in citizen science. However, the final remark was guided by one of the keynote speakers, who highlighted the importance of spirituality in sustainability, and how the discussion of spirituality is lacking in the public discourse on sustainability. Therefore, the conference aimed to develop future themes regarding sustainability by not missing the critical aspect of spirituality. The context of spirituality here was defined as approaching problems as not being separate from our existence but, rather, a part of our existence and, thus, in addition to applying scientific, technical, didactics, and engineering solutions, also applying attitudes, values, and beliefs toward the problem matter. To elaborate on these remarks, this issue presents the abstracts of the presented papers in the conference, while the keynotes and entire session can be revisited on the YouTube channel of RootsGoods Private Limited. Full article
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Proceedings of the First Irish Alcohol Hangover Research Seminar
by Lydia E. Devenney, Ann-Kathrin Stock, Agnese Merlo, Pauline A. Hendriksen, Craig A. Gunn, Antje Opitz, Gillian Bruce and Joris C. Verster
Proceedings 2022, 80(1), 5; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2022080005 - 15 Sep 2022
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On 19 November 2021, the first Irish Alcohol Hangover Research Seminar was held at the Atlantic Technological University, Donegal. In these proceedings, the presentations of the seminar are summarized. Topics discussed included the pathology and treatment of the alcohol hangover, cognitive and functional [...] Read more.
On 19 November 2021, the first Irish Alcohol Hangover Research Seminar was held at the Atlantic Technological University, Donegal. In these proceedings, the presentations of the seminar are summarized. Topics discussed included the pathology and treatment of the alcohol hangover, cognitive and functional consequences, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns on alcohol consumption and experiencing hangovers. Full article
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Conference Report
Report from the Scientific Poster Session at the 16th Annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress in National Harbor, USA, 14–17 October 2021
by Shpetim Karandrea, Neha Agarwal and Organizing Committee of Cardiometabolic Health Congress
Proceedings 2022, 80(1), 6; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2022080006 - 5 Dec 2022
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The ever-increasing presence of cardiometabolic risk continues to be a major challenge for health care providers in the United States (US) [...] Full article
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