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Science, Research And Donal Trump: The Opposing Forces in One Field
-University Herald - Wed Mar 22 11:06:45 EDT 2017
US President Donald Trump released his 2018 budget proposal and there's one conclusion that can be drawn: that Science & Research and Trump do not exactly fit. Deep cuts of bud...
Move over Bill Nye. High school senior Byron Xu, 17, in Sugar Land took fourth place and $100,000 in the 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search. The talent search is the nation's old...
Building STEM minds at Science Central
-The Journal Gazette - Tue Mar 21 23:00:33 EDT 2017
Photos by Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette ABOVE: Victoria Hernandez works on the construction of her “Pop-Fly” catapult as she gets advice from Science Central’s Brian Gabet during...
Radford University’s College of Science and Technology and Department of Chemistry hosted the 26th annual Blue Ridge Highlands Regional Science Fair March 3 and 4 in Peters Hall on...
As congresspeople deliberated yesterday—before the GOP bid to destroy the Affordable Care Act devolved into a colossal train wreck this afternoon—Lamar Smith, the Chair of the Hous...
By JOHN SICILIANO | Washington Examiner Willie Soon, a rock star among climate change skeptics, pitched the idea of shutting down the United Nations' panel of climate change resear...
How To Write The Perfect Science Paper And Impress Your Professor
-University Herald - Wed Mar 22 11:06:45 EDT 2017
There's a way to write a bias-free science paper and a way to determine whether it's biased or not. Generally speaking, scientific papers should be free of bias, but publication bi...
Most Americans like science — and are willing to pay for it
-Science News - Fri Mar 24 09:11:52 EDT 2017
Americans don’t hate science. Quite the contrary. In fact, 79 percent of Americans think science has made their lives easier, a 2014 Pew Research Center survey found. More than 60 ...
Netflix has released a wonderfully colorful trailer of the successfully crowdfunded reboot of the 1989 Joel Hodgson series Mystery Science Theater 3000. The series, featuring Jonah...
Impact of Trump’s Budget Cuts to STEM Education
-University Herald - Thu Mar 23 05:48:35 EDT 2017
President Donald Trump's budget proposal for 2018 was released last Thursday, and it seeks cuts in science and health focused programs. On the other hand, the proposed budget will ...
LSP group sides with science center expansion
-NJ.com - Wed Mar 22 05:56:08 EDT 2017
Jersey City has won a big victory in its bid to turn a vacant tract of city land near Liberty Science Center into a new sci-tech complex, with the Friends of Liberty State Park gro...
For 300 teenage women, Nobel Prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn shared words of encouragement and issued an appeal to duty Thursday. Science is a fascinating career, opportunities in...
While minorities are awarded around 30 percent of all STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) undergraduate degrees, they only represent 13 percent of the STEM workforce....
Fossil find named to honour Sir David Attenborough
-BBC News - Thu Mar 23 00:00:58 EDT 2017
A fossil - believed to be 430 million years old - has been discovered and named in honour of Sir David Attenborough. Scientists, led by the University of Leicester, made the discov...
Rotary Students of the Month
-U-T San Diego - Fri Mar 24 14:06:46 EDT 2017
Ramona Rotary Club honors February Students of the Month during a lunch meeting in Amici restaurant on Tuesday, March 7. From left are Ramona Rotary president Kim Lasley, Mountain ...
March 22 (UPI) -- A group of domino builders in Michigan created the world's largest "circle bomb" using nearly 80,000 dominoes. The Incredible Science Machine team broke the Guinn...
A renowned scientist and author will be the featured speaker at South Florida Science Center and Aquarium's annual benefit. Dr. Michio Kaku will speak at "The Future of the Mind: T...
Annual Salem County Science Fair attracts 350 students
-NJ.com - Thu Mar 23 08:03:23 EDT 2017
Salem County students -- 350 fifth through 12th graders -- participated in the 28th annual Chambers Works Salem County Science Fair.  Held at Salem Community College...
5 things to do this weekend in Calgary
-Calgary Herald - Thu Mar 23 08:54:27 EDT 2017
You’ll find all the varied mediums ACAD students work in—photographs, drawings, prints, ceramics, glass, fibre, jewelry and sculpture—and the opportunity to get in on the ground fl...
“Bill Nye: Science Guy” is an efficiently thought-provoking study of what it means to be a rational and analytical advocate for science in an age when deniers of evolution and clim...
JERSEY CITY -- Hundreds of people filled the City Council chambers tonight as the council mulled whether to approve a transfer of 16 acres of city-owned land for the crea...
Representative Lamar Smith (R–TX) rarely expresses his true feelings in public. But speaking yesterday to a like-minded crowd of climate change doubters and skeptics, the chairman ...
Not many people realize how often STEM is actually experienced in their lives. Science is the natural world where everybody lives in, the lands, the oceans, the nature, the animals...
AT&T Partners With UT Dallas Mentoring Program To Support Women In STEM
-University Herald - Thu Mar 23 05:07:04 EDT 2017
AT&T, a multinational telecommunications conglomerate, partners with the University of Texas in Dallas mentorship program to support women in STEM. The said partnership aims to...
Bonita Stewart, Google's vice president of global partnerships, says the tech industry barely talked about diversity when she joined the company around 10 years ago. On Thursday, s...
Google, Howard Team Up to Promote Tech Diversity with Summer Residency Program
-Atlanta Black Star - Fri Mar 24 08:58:02 EDT 2017
Continuing to break down the doors of the tech industry, Howard University is partnering with Google to educate Black coders at Howard West. The Washington, D.C.-based histori...
New Zealand quake to inspire new hazard models
-UPI - Fri Mar 24 11:07:23 EDT 2017
March 24 (UPI) -- Each new earthquake offers scientists a chance to better understand the dynamics of regional fault systems and improve predictive analytics. A team of NASA scient...
Chicago planetarium hosts event based on 'Hidden Figures'
-Northwest Herald - Tue Mar 21 20:00:45 EDT 2017
CHICAGO – A Chicago museum and planetarium are teaming up to host three days of events inspired by the stories portrayed in the Oscar-nominated movie "Hidden Figures." The event st...
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