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This history book offers excellent images but skimps on modern science
-Science News - Sun Jul 23 05:09:06 EDT 2017
Books about the history of science, like many other histories, must contend with the realization that others have come before. Their tales have already been told. So such a book is...
Hillsborough student attends summer STEM program
-NJ.com - Mon Jul 24 11:44:04 EDT 2017
HILLSBOROUGH -- Ana Caro Del Castillo, a student at Hillsborough High School, was among a group of 14 rising New Jersey high school seniors who gave up a week of their summert...
5 Ways the Trump Administration Is a Disaster for Science
-Rolling Stone - Mon Jul 24 08:02:35 EDT 2017
When Scott Pruitt, Trump's Environmental Protection Agency chief, misrepresented the well-established link between human activity and global warming this spring, newly minted EPA s...
What Does It Mean To Be Human?
-Forbes - Sat Jul 22 11:03:47 EDT 2017
How to put together a science fiction film series with 70 works, dating back to 1903, without showing Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. That was the goal ...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — The leader of the University of St. Francis says $15 million in construction projects will transform the school's Fort Wayne campus. The private Roman Catho...
Bill Nye Patiently Waiting for Climate Change Deniers to Die
-Red State - Sun Jul 23 08:58:37 EDT 2017
Let’s play a game. First, take an overtly left-leaning “science guy,” one who spends his time hobnobbing with progressive politicians and wagging his finger over those who would sh...
In this Thursday, July 20, 2017, file photo, Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson gestures by a humanoid robot at Research Institute for Science and Engineering at Waseda Univ...
This Earth Day, I Stand For Science
-The Huffington Post - Sun Jul 23 08:58:47 EDT 2017
When I started my career at an investment bank more than 20 years ago, I never imagined natural science, in addition to economic science, would one day play an integral role in my ...
Trump's EPA Takes On Environmental Science Assault
-Science 2.0 - Sat Jul 22 17:09:13 EDT 2017
The Trump administration is regularly accused by green activists in media as being opposed to science, but only the science they accept. On one recent policy decision the opposite ...
When it comes to science, beating people up with consensus doesn't help
-Science Codex - Mon Jul 24 08:09:36 EDT 2017
If you have ever tried to correct misconceptions about the harm of trace chemicals, or food science, or nuclear energy, or climate change, you know that more data don't help. Skept...
Trump EPA eyes former Obama energy official to lead climate science face-off
-Science Magazine - Mon Jul 24 11:09:17 EDT 2017
Originally published by E&E News U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt is considering a former official in President Barack Obama’s Energy Depar...
Mastodon detectives are headed to Hemet in August
-U-T San Diego - Sun Jul 23 05:04:42 EDT 2017
Something big is coming to Hemet this summer. The new exhibit, “Valley of the Mastodons,” opening at the Western Science Center (WSC) in August is a combination of spectatorship an...
At 15 Years Old, My Fight For The Environment Is For The World I'll Inherit
-The Huffington Post - Sun Jul 23 08:58:47 EDT 2017
“Environmental rights are human rights, and human rights are environmental rights, once and for all!” I declared at the Earth day rally of my congresswoman, Pramila Jayapal. That s...
Twitch will stream the '80s arcade gaming show 'Starcade'
-Engadget - Sat Jul 22 23:07:25 EDT 2017
If you want to get an idea of what the show is all about, keep an eye out for the exact date when the stream will begin on Shout! Factory's Twitch channel. That's where all the epi...
ABOVE VIDEO: The public will have an opportunity to participate in a nation-wide science experiment by collecting cloud and temperature data from their phones. NASA’s Global Learni...
Twitch’s next marathon will be ’80 arcade game show Starcade
-SlashGear - Sun Jul 23 11:05:37 EDT 2017
In addition to being the home of video game live streams (and the occasional food channel), Twitch has been gaining a reputation for hosting a number of marathon streams of aging T...
GOP Science chairman extolls 'benefits' of climate change
-The Hill - Mon Jul 24 17:00:54 EDT 2017
The chairman of the House Science Committee argued Monday that climate change is real and has numerous benefits in areas like agriculture and shipping. Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Tex...
Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Launches Book Imprint With Atria
-The Hollywood Reporter - Mon Jul 24 14:54:55 EDT 2017
Skybound Entertainment, the company founded by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, is partnering with Simon & Schuster’s Atria Books on a new imprint, Skybound Books. The ...
Some scientific journals will publish literally anything for a price. That includes a meme-filled paper by “Lucas McGeorge” and “Annette Kin” referencing “midi-chlorians.” Yes, Geo...
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (AP) — The Central Illinois Regional Airport in Bloomington will soon be host to a series of exhibits created by the University of Illinois' genomic biology insti...
The Orville is being described as a mix between Seth‘s show Family Guy and the beloved series Galaxy Quest. Some people are also considering it a Star Trek parody! Officially, the ...
SCIENCE SATURDAY: Journey 92 million miles away to the sun
-ABC-13 - Sat Jul 22 05:13:27 EDT 2017
Nearly 100 million miles away sits a huge, flaming ball of gas: the sun. Check out the video above for a look at some of NASA's most striking photos and videos of the stunning obje...
Jennifer Kabbany, College Fix A San Diego State University political science professor has expressed annoyance at all the good wishes for Sen. John McCain after his recent brain ca...
If you didn't already know (because how could you not?), July 22-July 30 is National Moth Week. According to the week's official Twitter page, National Moth Week is "a worldwide ci...
Another day, another preventable crime lab scandal | AL.com
-AL.Com - Sat Jul 22 05:11:43 EDT 2017
In April 2015, not long after I moved to Alabama, a man named Anthony Hinton was freed from prison after serving 30 years for two Birmingham murders he didn't commit. The only evid...
Despite President Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s legislative struggles, one agency under the Trump administration has quietly made aggressive efforts to efficiently e...
The TSA’s Screening Techniques Have No Merit, Says The GAO
-UPROXX - Mon Jul 24 11:31:54 EDT 2017
The TSA has a lot of problems with science. A football game is safer than your average airport, its techniques are horrifying Americans, and lines at security are just getting long...
“If you are smart and into science, go to medical school—otherwise, get a law degree” was a popular adage when I was an undergraduate. Law school was the shorter, easier route to a...
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