Global Smart Education Market Offered in New Research Forecasted through 2025


The core objective of the report on Smart Education market is to determine the industry’s performance over the forecast duration so as help stakeholders in making sound decisions and action plans that will guarantee success in the long run. The document sheds light on all factors that are promoting the growth of this vertical, followed by counter approaches for the major challenges faced by businesses. Additionally, it makes inclusions of the changes in this vertical due to the Covid-19 pandemic and highlights the top opportunities going forward.

Key pointers from Covid-19 impact analysis:

  • Impact of Covid-19 on economic scenario at a global scale.
  • Shifts in supply and demand share.
  • Predictions for the long-term effects of Covid-19 pandemic on the growth matrix.

An overview of the regional landscape:

  • Geographically, Smart Education market is partitioned into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East & Africa, South East Asia.
  • Contribution of each
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Model-guided design of mammalian genetic programs

INTRODUCTION

Early demonstrations of genetically engineering customized functions in mammalian cells indicate a vast potential to benefit applications including directed stem cell differentiation (1, 2) and cell-based therapies (3). In general, most applications require precise control of gene expression and the capability to sense and respond to external cues (48). Despite the growing availability of biological parts (such as libraries of promoters and regulatory proteins) that could be used to control cell states, assembling parts to compose customized genetic programs that function as intended remains a challenge, and it often requires iterative experimental tuning or down-selection to identify functional configurations. This highly empirical process limits the scope of programs that one can feasibly compose and fine-tune, as well as the performance of functional programs identified in this manner. Thus, the need for systematic and precise design processes represents a grand challenge

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Lynnwood’s Greg Bear, stalwart of modern science fiction, starts writing his life story

It is a sign of a blessed life when a writer has been so prolific and successful over his career that he can’t remember how many novels he’s published.

Such is the case with Greg Bear, who just released his … 30-somethingth? … novel, the fantasy epic “The Unfinished Land.”

“I’m not positive,” Bear said. “I actually kind of lost track 10 or 11 titles ago. I think this was at least 36 or 37.”

And perhaps his last.

The 69-year-old Lynnwood-based author and first-class raconteur still has a lot to say. He’s published four novels since aortic dissection surgery left him with a titanium heart valve six years ago and has plans for more. But he’s just not sure he wants to deal with the business of fiction publishing anymore after having a hard time finding a buyer for “The Unfinished Land,” eventually published by Houghton Mifflin

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3 Questions for Yellowdig’s Founder and CEO, Shaunak Roy

Shaunak Roy is the founder and CEO of the ed-tech company Yellowdig. He and I have been chatting about higher ed after COVID-19, a series of conversations that grew into this Q&A.

Q: My institution already has a learning management system. Why should we look at Yellowdig? What does Yellowdig give students and professors that the discussion features of the LMS do not?

A: Yellowdig helps build education communities that are relevant, engaging and focused on outcomes, inside and outside  the classroom. Learning management systems are primarily used for managing course content, such as hosting course syllabus, assignments and grades. LMSes do offer discussion boards, but it is primarily used for discussion assignments as opposed to building true learning communities. We believe when students are able to form relationships with their peers, their education becomes so much more than classes, textbooks, projects and grades. It becomes a formative experience

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