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Science runs in the family
-Science News for Students - Fri Nov 17 07:09:42 EST 2017
The call of science is often heard through the generations. That is definitely the case with the Litts. This year, Stephen Litt, 7th grade, competed in Broadcom MAST...
These three Science Talent Search alumni tell us why they applied
-Science News for Students - Wed Nov 15 07:12:36 EST 2017
For 75 years, the Science Talent Search (STS) has been the nation's oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. From 1942-1998 ...
A Litigious Climate Threatens Scientific Norms
-The Wall Street Journal - Wed Nov 15 19:30:23 EST 2017
I’ve worked alongside climate researchers for decades. Almost all of them are ethical, dedicated to science and not particularly political. But some leading figures and organizatio...
"Who Here Believes in Science?"
-Scientific American - Wed Nov 15 13:05:28 EST 2017
Third Eye Blind singer Stephan Jenkins mocked Republicans last summer who thronged to a concert in Cleveland that coincided with the convention by asking who in the crowd was a dev...
16 Society alumni named to 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30
-Science News for Students - Wed Nov 15 07:12:36 EST 2017
“Today’s announcement by Forbes naming 16 Society for Science & the Public alumni to their 30 Under 30 list underscores that our world class science competitions are ...
Airs Weekdays 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Join KPCC's AirTalk with host Larry Mantle weekdays for lively and in-depth discussions of city news, politics, science, the arts, entertainment, and ...
Energy City: HMNS showcases the importance of oil to Houston
-ABC-13 - Wed Nov 15 16:02:01 EST 2017
The Houston Museum of Natural Science is fusing interactive experiences, rides and some --- science in a revamped exhibit to teach visitors about the importance of energy to H...
The Science Guy gets serious - SFGate
-SFgate - Wed Nov 15 10:01:11 EST 2017
Photo: Lindsay Mann / Structure Films. Judging by the documentary “Bill Nye: Science Guy” and the renewal of Nye’s Netflix talk show, it seems that this former host of a zany and p...
2017 All-Philadelphia Public League boys' soccer team
-Philly.com - Wed Nov 15 07:11:50 EST 2017
Name School Grade Mohammed Khalafalla Northeast 12 Josh Gilborges Franklin Towne 11 Dennis Elbridge Central 12 Zachary Kingsley Masterman 10 David Panea Washington 12 Brandon Yalet...
EPA swaps top science advisers with industry allies
-Science Codex - Fri Nov 17 07:09:46 EST 2017
Eleven new members of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board have a history of downplaying the health risks of secondhand smoke, air pollution and other hazar...
New 'Festival!' getting under way in Aberdeen
-BBC News - Wed Nov 15 16:09:14 EST 2017
A new four-day festival featuring music, film and science is getting under way in Aberdeen on Thursday. The pop-up 'Festival!' has been organised to coincide with the 70th annivers...
This sleep disorder will paralyze you and make you see ghosts
-Mashable - Fri Nov 17 07:07:56 EST 2017
Sleep paralysis is a pretty frightening yet common event affecting 7.6% of the general population, 28.3% of students, and 31.9% of psychiatric patients at least once in their life....
Producer Alina Solodnikova has joined the Slamdance Film Festval as Festival Manager. The Moscow native previously worked at The Polytechnic Museum where she played a crucial role ...
Yesterday, the National Science Foundation that they’ll keep the storied Arecibo telescope running in the wake of the Hurricane Maria damage. The NSF concluded that the best way fo...
The Arecibo Observatory will remain open, NSF says
-Science News - Fri Nov 17 10:21:32 EST 2017
The iconic Arecibo Observatory has survived a hurricane and dodged deep budget cuts. On November 16, the National Science Foundation, which funds the bulk of the observatory’s oper...
This young woman flies balloons higher than planes — for research
-Science News for Students - Wed Nov 15 07:12:36 EST 2017
Weather balloons have been used for research for over a hundred years. Now, high-altitude stratospheric research may become even more accessible thanks to the work of several ...
Del Lago Academy sophomores invent science exhibits for third-graders
-U-T San Diego - Fri Nov 17 16:05:21 EST 2017
For a day, the gymnasium at Del Lago Academy was transformed into a science museum as sophomores from the Escondido magnet school prepared exhibits to teach third-graders from neig...
San Diego County ranks No. 3 in state with life-sciences jobs
-U-T San Diego - Tue Nov 14 22:05:14 EST 2017
Employment in San Diego County’s life sciences industry eclipsed Orange County for the first time, ranking the region No. 3 in the state, says the latest report from the California...
Updated 55 minutes ago The fixings have been placed above the meat and between the two slices of homemade bread at this Primanti Bros. location. But you might have to take a closer...
Updated 2 hours ago Two seemingly disparate fields – engineering and human anatomy – have found a common home in a new state-of-the-art facility that was 10 years in the making at ...
Big data is… well… big. And the business of compiling, analyzing, and interpreting large number sets and what those results can mean for interests ranging from business forecasting...
Why the tax bill Is bad for science, innovation and America
-The Hill - Thu Nov 16 07:12:38 EST 2017
Congress hasn’t completed work on new tax legislation, but the blueprint, so far, is bad news for science, the workforce and the economy of the future. Before we survey the bill’s ...
Monsters: Not Just for Halloween
-Scientific American - Wed Nov 15 07:07:43 EST 2017
Stephen Asma, professor of philosophy at Columbia College Chicago and author of On Monsters: An Unnatural History of Our Worst Fears, talks about our enduring fascination with mons...
Fifty years after Rolling Stone published its first issue in November 1967 – and one year after the cataclysmic election of Donald Trump – we're still looking ahead with determined...
SHIFT, a group of Dutch behavioral science pranksters who seek to change human behavior by inserting subtle changes in the environment, took matters into their own hands to address...
The NFL felt the wrath of "South Park" once again Wednesday. In an episode titled "Moss Piglets," a group led by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shows up at a special education sc...
WATCH: Walk through the entire once...
-12News - Fri Nov 17 16:02:24 EST 2017
It's a truly remarkable experience.  The prestigious Pompeii Exhibition at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix has many people in the Valley at the edge of their seats, lite...
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