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Cross Section: Hiranya Peiris – Science Weekly podcast - The Guardian

Cross Section: Hiranya Peiris – Science Weekly podcast   The Guardian

What happened before the Big Bang? This is one of the hardest questions scientists are trying to answer, but Prof Hiranya Peiris is not daunted by the challenge.

Using communication to combat scientific skepticism - Popular Science

Using communication to combat scientific skepticism   Popular Science

The 2019 State of Science Index (SOSI) from 3M reveals that a third of respondents are skeptical of science, believing that it causes as many problems as it does ...

Break Science Announces August 2019 Tour - JamBase

Break Science Announces August 2019 Tour   JamBase

Break Science has announced a brief tour of the southeast in August featuring support from Marvel Years. The outings will find the electronic duo of Lettuce ...

Emory ousts two Chinese-American researchers after investigation into foreign ties - Science Magazine

Emory ousts two Chinese-American researchers after investigation into foreign ties   Science Magazine

Emory University has ousted two veteran biomedical researchers and shuttered their laboratory after the National Institutes of Health (NIH) expressed concern ...

Why Volunteers Are Rewarded With Longer Life, According to the Science of Kindness - Good News Network

Why Volunteers Are Rewarded With Longer Life, According to the Science of Kindness   Good News Network

This installment of the Science of Kindness is reprinted with permission from Envision Kindness. Once a month, I volunteer at a meal center to help serve food to ...

Major Martian ice discovery thrills scientists - Fox News

Major Martian ice discovery thrills scientists   Fox News

Scientists have discovered layers of ice buried a mile beneath Mars' north pole that could help unlock the Red Planet's history.

This Week in Science - Science Magazine

This Week in Science   Science Magazine

As birds evolved, most lost the claws that characterize the wings of Archaeopteryx, a dinosaur from the evolutionary transition point between nonavian and avian ...

A radiative cooling structural material - Science Magazine

A radiative cooling structural material   Science Magazine

One good way to reduce the amount of cooling a building needs is to make sure it reflects away infrared radiation. Passive radiative cooling materials are ...

HIV upsurge in China's students - Science Magazine

HIV upsurge in China's students   Science Magazine

Thirty years ago, China experienced its first indigenous HIV/AIDS cases. Since then, HIV has spread from drug users and blood transfusion recipients to the ...

New Products - Science Magazine

New Products   Science Magazine

Multicell-PLUS from Asynt is a high-pressure parallel reactor system with a wide choice of configurations for optimized screening of chemical reactions.

Jury verdicts cloud future of popular herbicide - Science Magazine

Jury verdicts cloud future of popular herbicide   Science Magazine

“Total fear and shock.” That's how Andrew Kniss, a weed scientist at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, describes the reaction of farmers to recent courtroom ...

Anti-Markovnikov alcohols via epoxide hydrogenation through cooperative catalysis - Science Magazine

Anti-Markovnikov alcohols via epoxide hydrogenation through cooperative catalysis   Science Magazine

Ring opening of strained triangular epoxides is a versatile method for making alcohols. However, these reactions are limited by their tendency to leave the ...

Paul Greengard (1925–2019) - Science Magazine

Paul Greengard (1925–2019)   Science Magazine

Paul Greengard, esteemed neuroscientist and beloved mentor, died on 13 April. He was 93. Greengard pioneered the elucidation of intracellular signaling in ...

NIH says openness bill threatens reviewers - Science Magazine

NIH says openness bill threatens reviewers   Science Magazine

A bipartisan bill designed to promote transparency across the U.S. government would seriously disrupt peer review, say officials at the National Institutes of ...

Electrified methane reforming: A compact approach to greener industrial hydrogen production - Science Magazine

Electrified methane reforming: A compact approach to greener industrial hydrogen production   Science Magazine

Large-scale production of hydrogen through steam reforming directly produces CO2 as a side product. In addition, the heating of reactors through fossil-fuel ...

News at a glance - Science Magazine

News at a glance   Science Magazine

Marchers in Rio de Janeiro and other Brazilian cities criticized cuts in research and education funding. PHOTO: ANTONIO LACERDA/EFE/NEWSCOM.

Troubled treasure - Science Magazine

Troubled treasure   Science Magazine

Mined in a conflict zone and sold for profit, fossils in Burmese amber offer an exquisite view of the Cretaceous—and an ethical quandary. Open in new tab.

Improving sustainability with simpler alloys - Science Magazine

Improving sustainability with simpler alloys   Science Magazine

The hardening of copper by alloying with tin and lead in the Early Bronze Age (∼4000 BCE) is one of the earliest recorded examples of improving material ...

Advocacy starts from within - Science Magazine

Advocacy starts from within   Science Magazine

This site visit would determine whether the funding for the center where I worked would be renewed. It was critical that we do well—for the center and for my job ...

Smithfield High science teacher named R.I. Teacher of the Year - The Providence Journal

Smithfield High science teacher named R.I. Teacher of the Year   The Providence Journal

SMITHFIELD — Elizabeth Russillo, Rhode Island's new Teacher of the Year, comes by her love of teaching honestly.Her father was a teacher for more than 40 ...

 

 

 

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