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References Chertow, M.R. (2000). “Uncovering” Industrial Symbiosis. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 11(1), pp. 11-30. Daddi, T., Nucci, B., Iraldo, F. (2017). Using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to measure the environmental benefits of industrial symbiosis in an industrial cluster of SMEs. Journal of Cleaner Production 147, pp. 157-164. European Environment Agency, (2016). Circular economy in Europe. Developing the knowledge base, EEA Report No. 2/2016, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg. International Organization for Standardization, (2006). ISO

.soilbio.2011.03.026 AL-KARAKI, G.N. 2006. Nursery inoculation of tomato with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and subsequent performance under irrigation with saline water. In Scientia Horticulturae , vol. 109 , no. 1, pp. 1–7. DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2006.02.019 ALLEN, M.F. – KLIRONOMOS, J.N. – TRESEDER, K.K. – OECHEL, W.C. 2005. Responses of soil biota to elevated CO 2 in a chaparral ecosystem. In Ecological Applications , vol. 15 , no. 5, pp. 1701–1711. DOI: 10.1890/03-5425 ATUL-NAYYAR, A. – HAMEL, C. – HANSON, K. – GERMIDA, J. 2008. The arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

energy grids and driverless interconnected cars. Will such intelligent IoT systems make all human workforce redundant? Will human beings become meaningless in the future of work? Will AI systems fully replace human beings, or will the IoT rather enhance human intelligence and empower us to solve the most pressing issues of our times in a more satisfying way than we would ever have dreamed of? I argue that effective human-computer symbiosis, often referred to as Augmented Intelligence, has the potential to address some of these emerging challenges successfully

. JACOB, A. KOHLER, T. JOHANSSON, F. MARTIN, M. CHALOT and A. BRUN (2005): Identification of genes differentially expressed in extraradical mycelium and ectomycorrhizal roots during Paxillus involutus-Betula pendula ectomycorrhizal symbiosis. Appl Environ Microbiol 71: 382-391. MORIN, C., J. SAMSON and M. DESSUREAULT (1999): Protection of black spruce seedlings against Cylindrocladium root rot with ectomycorrhizal fungi. Can J Bot 77: 169-174. NIEMI, K. and H. HÄGGMAN (2002): Pisolithus tinctorius promotes germination and forms mycorrhizal structures in Scots pine

.A., Silveria A.P.D., Schiavinato M.A., Mazzafera P., 2010: Biochemical and physiological changes in jack bean under mycorrhizal symbiosis growing in soil with increasing Cu concentrations. - Environmental and Experimental Botany, 68: 198-207. Auge R.M., Toler H.D., Moore J.L., Cho K., Saxton A.M., 2007: Comparing contributions of soil versus root colonization to variations in stomatal behaviour and soil drying in mycorrhizal Sorghum bicolor and Cucurbita pepo. - Journal of Plant Physiology, 164: 1289-1299. Baltruschat H., Fodor J., Harrach B.D., Niemczyk E., Barna B

., Ackerly, D. F., Knight, A., Keyzers, R. & Owen, J. G. 2018. Secondary metabolism in the lichen symbiosis. Chemical Society Reviews 47: 1730–1760. Chagnon, P. L., Magain, N., Miadlikowska, J. & Lutzoni, F. 2018. Strong specificity and network modularity at a very fine phylogenetic scale in the lichen genus Peltigera . Oecologia 187: 767–782. Culberson, C. F., Culberson, W. L. & Johnson, A. 1977. Correlations between secondary-product chemistry and ecogeography in the Ramalina siliquosa group (lichens). Plant Systematics and Evolution 127: 191–200. Culberson, C

.pdf, DoA: 22 March 2014 ArcelorMittal, 2014: Global R & D. ArcelorMittal South Africa results for the first quarter ended 31 March 2014. Available at:, DoA: 14 March 2014 Ashton, W.S., 2008: Social Network Analysis and Industrial Symbiosis: Application of a Social Science Tool to Understand Industrial Ecosystem Organisation. In: Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol. 12 (1), pp. 34-51. Bek, D., Binns, J.A. and Nel, E.L, 2004: ‘Catching the


Sally Potter’s The Tango Lesson (1997), an homage to the Argentine tango, situated in-between autobiography and fiction, creates multiple passages between art and life, the corporeal and the spiritual, emotional involvement and professional detachment. The romance story of filmmaker Sally Potter and dancer Pablo Verón is also readable as an allegory of interart relations, a dialogue of the gaze and the image, a process evolving from paragone to symbiosis. Relying on the strategies of dancefilm elaborated by , the paper examines the intermedial relationship between film and dance in their cine-choreographic entanglement. Across scenes overflowing with passion, the film’s haptic imagery is reinforced by the black-and-white photographic image and culminates in a tableau moment that foregrounds the manifold sensations of in-betweenness and feeling of “otherness” that the protagonists experience, caught in-between languages, cultures, and arts.1


The first purpose of the university system is to deliver qualitative education through solid didactics/educational, but not many university structures seem really interested in the subject.

Sets of laws, measures, rules, and prescriptions of all kinds are in fact relegating it to a corner, making it less and less central and effective while also increasing the difficult to decipher, update and innovate it.

As a matter of fact, the issue of modernization of teaching methods has been tackled decisively by the European Commission, which has placed it among the priorities of its agenda. By acting in this way, EU is manifesting the conviction that a better quality for higher education will determine a growth in development and competitiveness not only for the Union itself but also for the individual universities that will define a strategy to improve the level of their teaching and learning and to give equal importance to research and teaching.

In its report on the theme of modernization and quality of teaching and learning, the European Commission summarizes its conclusions in 16 recommendations, including:

- the need for adequate teaching training for teachers;

- the need for the merits of teachers who make a significant contribution to improving teaching and learning methods to be recognized and rewarded.

But in order to achieve such quality prospects, it is necessary for university teachers to combine the knowledge of their discipline with specific communicative, cognitive and, more generally, relational skills. All this must become a principle of the university teaching of the future.

However, on a practical level, it is not uncommon to meet teachers who are not sufficiently attentive to these dimensions of the teaching-learning dynamic, failing to identify the “language” capable of transferring their theoretical/practical knowledge in the function of real learning of the student.

THEATRICAL COLLOQUIA 331 DOI Number: 10.1515/tco-2017-0014 The Call of the Dolphin in God’s Ear (or how is the theatre making the invisible, visible) Monica BROOS Abstract: Starting from the assumption that a dialogue of the means of expression specific to various arts should aspire, in the theatrical representation, to symbiosis, I’m looking at the performance with Job’s Butcher’s Shop, by Fausto Paravidino, directed by Radu Afrim, performance which recently had its opening- night at the National Theatre in Iaşi. I’m referring to the