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Science Fiction Meets Science at DragonCon
-Science News for Students - Wed Sep 20 14:11:51 EDT 2017
Each year, DragonCon hosts one of the world's largest convention of devotees of science fiction & fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music and film. This year, Scie...
Most Americans Blame The Media For Distorting Science
-Mint Press News - Thu Sep 21 08:47:03 EDT 2017
Nearly three-quarters of American adults think their science news is subject to media distortion, a  published Wednesday by the Pew Research Center says. Though the media...
Meet the 2016 Broadcom MASTERS finalists
-Science News for Students - Wed Sep 20 08:48:10 EDT 2017
Today, Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public announced that 30 of the nation's brightest middle school students have been named Broadcom MASTE...
Republicans and Democrats are equal consumers of science news, but the latter are 14 percent more likely to be pleased with what they hear or read. This is one of many takeaways fr...
One Simple but Effective Action You Can Take for American Science--Today
-Scientific American - Thu Sep 21 08:07:17 EDT 2017
Now that the marches are over, what can you do to help? In the coming months, I'll be sharing ways you can support scientists and science education. And it all starts today, with a...
Making science real for students with Science News in High Schools
-Science News for Students - Tue Sep 19 05:45:56 EDT 2017
Like many science teachers, Natasha Schaefer doesn't like teaching out of a textbook. She knows her students will receive more valuable information with current scientific new...
Survey: Low Confidence News Outlets Get Science ‘Mostly’ Right
-NewBay Media - Wed Sep 20 17:05:35 EDT 2017
The majority of Americans get their science news from general news outlets, but only a little over a quarter say those outlets get that science at least mostly right. That is accor...
Growth Curve: Unraveling the mysteries behind why children do the things they do
-Science News for Students - Tue Sep 19 05:58:23 EDT 2017
Why do children do the things they do? That’s something science journalist Laura Sanders explores in Growth Curve, which Science News introduced today as a redesigne...
Sophia Spencer and Morgan Jackson co-wrote a scientific paper on Twitter, entomology and women in science, after a tweet about Sophia's love for bugs went viral. Courtesy of Nicole...
As Scientific American explains, climate science deniers have regularly tried to use Mars' changes as an explanation for patterns here on Earth. Mars saw a dramatic shift through s...
Eastern Florida State College will host an Open House at its Fire Training Facility on Saturday, September 30 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Palm Bay Campus, 250 Community College P...
Science teaching guidelines trigger criticism in New Mexico
-The Seattle Times - Mon Sep 18 23:07:09 EDT 2017
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Environmentalists and some educators are objecting to proposed changes to teaching standards for science in New Mexico that substitute references to rising gl...
Science standards fail students
-Santa Fe New Mexican - Wed Sep 20 20:19:55 EDT 2017
New Mexico values science. From its legacy as birthplace of the atomic bomb to its two national scientific laboratories to its research universities and perhaps most of all, to the...
Science vs. politics: Mixed signals
-The Seattle Times - Thu Sep 21 17:06:35 EDT 2017
Science is about exploring the frontiers of abstract thinking and translating it into absolute truths that are always logical, rational, predictable and reproducible. Just like pol...
A Girl's Love For Bugs Goes Viral
-OPB - Tue Sep 19 14:06:25 EDT 2017
Download Canadian Sophia Spencer, 8, loves bugs. A tweet her mom sent out about that made headlines and led to a paper the girl co-authored in a science journal. NPR's Ailsa Chang...
At the Fleet, making the impossible possible through scientific illusion
-U-T San Diego - Wed Sep 20 17:17:29 EDT 2017
Connecting people to the possibilities and power of science to create a better future is the premise behind the Fleet Science Center’s Impossible Science Festival. Jason Latimer, a...
Scientists Use Wikipedia, Too, According To New Study
-Metro.us - Thu Sep 21 08:02:32 EDT 2017
Remember when your teacher told you Wikipedia wasn’t a legitimate source? Well, it’s a source for legitimate scientists, according to a new study. Neil C. Thompson, from Massachuse...
Nicole Krauss, author of “Man Walks Into a Room” and “The History of Love,” has published a new book, “Forest Dark,” which is a hybrid of fiction, memoir and literary criticism. Ni...
UK strikes research deal with US in run-up to Brexit
-BBC News - Wed Sep 20 12:09:26 EDT 2017
The UK and US have reached a deal to develop a special relationship for science. An agreement between the two countries aims to make it easier for researchers to travel, collaborat...
Here’s what the Blade Runner 2049 cast and crew had to say: Ryan on the secrecy of the Blade Runner 2049 plot: “I’m not even sure I’m allowed to say I had a good time making it.” R...
Science after Brexit will be weaker all round
-New Scientist - Thu Sep 21 08:12:57 EDT 2017
AS THE European Union (Withdrawal) Bill wends its way through parliament, the shape of post-Brexit Britain is slowly being revealed. And not before time: as things stand, the UK wi...
'It's OK to make mayonnaise while on your period'
-BBC News - Mon Sep 18 23:11:02 EDT 2017
In some countries myths have developed about what women can and can't do when they have their period - for example, in Madagascar some have grown up believing they can't make mayon...
D-303 Class of 2017 earns record ACT scores
-Kane County Chronicle - Tue Sep 19 14:03:13 EDT 2017
ST. CHARLES – Students who graduated from St. Charles School District 303 in 2017 matched the Class of 2016 ACT composite score of 23.8, which continues to be the highest-ever...
Chula Vista forum, Living Coast grant from SDG&E
-U-T San Diego - Thu Sep 21 14:05:55 EDT 2017
Chula Vista Councilman Mike Diaz is hosting a community forum Thursday to discuss a number of issues facing District 4 in southwest Chula Vista. Topics to be covered include planne...
“Until a decade or two ago, no corporation could be held accountable for the consequences of their products’ emissions because we simply didn’t know enough about what their impacts...
Let's Keep the Science in Forensic Science
-Scientific American - Tue Sep 19 05:19:16 EDT 2017
By Sunita Sah and co-authors* Keith Allen Harward served 33 years in jail after being convicted of rape and murder, largely on the strength of bite-mark evidence. He was subsequent...
The Star Wars movies may get all the big headlines, but theaters are far from the only place the franchise is expanding. Official online video content has been growing in recent ye...
Column: Women are a great fit for STEM careers
-mySanAntonio.com - Mon Sep 18 23:00:23 EDT 2017
Photo: Courtesy Photo /Courtesy Photo In June, NASA graduated its newest class of astronauts. From more than 18,000 applicants from around the U.S., only 12 individuals were select...
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