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The following local students graduated from Jefferson College of Health Sciences on May 5 during the College’s Spring Commencement ceremony at the Berglund Center in Roanoke, Virgi...
Look at Eva, 4 months old and standing
-Science Daily - Thu May 25 14:11:04 EDT 2017
Cite This Page: Norwegian University of Science and Technology. "Look at Eva, 4 months old and standing." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 25 May 2017. . Norwegian University of Science...
Cite This Page: Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen. "Rethinking nutrition labelling: Food is not just the sum of its nutrients." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 23 May 2017....
Cite This Page: The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). "Total synthesis of flueggenine C via an accelerated intermolecular Rauhut-Currier reaction." Scienc...
Cite This Page: Carnegie Institution for Science. "Just after the Big Bang: Galaxies created stars a hundred times faster now." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 24 May 2017. . Carnegie ...
Unveiling the quantum necklace
-Science Daily - Thu May 25 08:23:03 EDT 2017
Cite This Page: Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) Graduate University. "Unveiling the quantum necklace: Researchers simulate quantum necklace-like structures in su...
Juno mission to Jupiter delivers first science results
-Science Daily - Thu May 25 11:10:58 EDT 2017
Cite This Page: Southwest Research Institute. "Juno mission to Jupiter delivers first science results: King of the planets even more exotic than expected." ScienceDaily. ScienceDai...
The importance of science mentorship
-Science News for Students - Thu May 25 08:11:10 EDT 2017
Masayuki Mac Takahashi, a Society alum of the 1959 National Science Fair competition (now the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair), returns to judge projects at I...
Free preview of GeekFest coming to CTC on June 3 | Briefs | kdhnews.com
-The KD Herald - Fri May 26 20:00:45 EDT 2017
Central Texas College and the Mayborn Science Theater will host a free sneak preview of GeekFest 2017 on June 3. Fans of the popular event, which celebrates all things gaming, anim...
These science emoji could appear on your keyboard soon
-Mashable - Thu May 25 11:08:33 EDT 2017
The tool section of the emoji keyboard boasts an array of knives, a syringe, a water gun, a beeper, a battery, and a bomb. But when it comes to objects you might find in a laborato...
Cite This Page: University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. "Increased protection of world's national animal symbols needed, suggests study: Scientis...
These Are The Hardest Words to Spell in Health And Science
-Science Alert - Fri May 26 23:10:04 EDT 2017
There are a lot of weird words you learn to pronounce and spell if you pay much attention to health, science and the environment. By the time Iceland's spectacular volcanic eruptio...
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Great Lakes Science Center's new LEGO-based exhibition, presented by ArcelorMittal, is entering its second phase this weekend. Called Explore It!, it is describe...
The Scientific Reason Grilled Steak Is So Delicious
-The Huffington Post - Thu May 25 02:20:34 EDT 2017
There’s a reason cooks work so hard to get a nice sear on a piece of meat ― that sear is what makes the steak taste so good. But what exactly is happening while that steak is ...
More than 2,100 students were awarded their degrees at Stevens Institute of Technology's two commencement exercises Wednesday in Secaucus. Officials at the Hoboken school said some...
The "Goldilocks" Level of Teen Screen Use
-Scientific American - Sat May 27 05:06:23 EDT 2017
It's a familiar lament: teenagers are spending all their time on digital devices, and it's wreaking havoc on their physical and mental health. But a study published in January in P...
Fidget spinners may be the most recent must-have kids' toy, but claims that the gizmos help students pay attention aren't backed by science, experts say. Some retailers market the ...
Ireland to launch first satellite in space
-BBC News - Fri May 26 02:09:49 EDT 2017
Ireland is preparing to launch its first satellite in space, with the help of researchers and students from Queen's University Belfast. The project is being run jointly with Univer...
What follows Wednesday and Thursday? This, week, it's "Don't Fry Day" — an occasion to raise awareness for sun safety and encourage everyone to protect their skin. An estimated 5.6...
Mullan, Dianna L.
-Northwest Herald - Sat May 27 05:00:53 EDT 2017
Dianna L. Mullan Born: July 27, 1957; in Minneapolis, MN Died: May 24, 2017; in Fox Lake, IL Dianna L. Mullan, 59, of Fox Lake passed away May 24, 2017 at her home. She was born Ju...
BAYONNE -- Students from 11 different elementary schools put their scientific skills to the test and competed in the Bayonne School District's first junior robotics tournament...
'A whole new Jupiter' revealed by NASA's Juno probe | AL.com
-AL.Com - Thu May 25 17:00:48 EDT 2017
"A whole new Jupiter." That's what scientists say they're finding as the look at early science results from NASA's Juno mission. Imagine Earth-sized polar cyclones, storm systems t...
Eric Barker: Why He Believes Most Career Advice Is False
-Forbes - Sat May 27 08:04:09 EDT 2017
Barker is the creator of the blog Barking Up the Wrong Tree, which presents science-based answers and expert insight on how to be awesome at life. His work has been mentioned in th...
Science museum gets interactive | Arts | roanoke.com
-The Roanoke Times - Sat May 27 20:12:37 EDT 2017
More than 90 fifth-graders from Peak View Elementary School in Rockingham County had traveled 110 miles to tour through science exhibits that could have come from a giant’s toy box...
Key insight: Several biotech firms, including BrainStorm, AB Science, and Neuraltus, are forging ahead with drugs to treat aspects of ALS. Scientists are hopeful — but ca...
Organized sports not enough to fulfill activity requirements
-Science Daily - Thu May 25 05:22:59 EDT 2017
Journal References: Chelsey R. Schlechter, Richard R. Rosenkranz, George A. Milliken, David A. Dzewaltowski. Physical activity levels during youth sport practice: does coach traini...
Siblings supporting each other
-12News - Thu May 25 05:15:11 EDT 2017
Twelve-year-old Celestina and 11-year-old Mark hope for a forever mom and dad, but, meanwhile, they have each other. Mark says he loves his sister because “she is funny and likes t...
Cory Doctorow on His New Novel 'Walkaway' (new at Reason)
-Reason - Thu May 25 14:05:48 EDT 2017
Cory Doctorow, author of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Little Brother, and Makers, is a three-time Prometheus Award winner, an honor bestowed on the best works of libertarian ...
Trump administration seeks to slash EPA science office
-PBS - Fri May 26 14:11:22 EDT 2017
When the city of Toledo temporarily lost access to clean drinking water several years ago after a bloom of toxic algae, the Environmental Protection Agency sent scientists from its...
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