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Shanghai :: China | 1 month ago

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Federal investments in research and development keep America globally competitive. Without federally funded basic research, many of the technologies Americans rely upon from iPhones to GPS navigation simply would not exist. For good reason, the U.S.

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 2 months ago

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With government funding for science dropping to a shocking new low, researchers are looking to the public to support their work. After all, if Rob Thomas can get the Veronica Mars movie made with crowdfunding dollars, why shouldn't good science do

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Orlando :: FL :: USA | 2 months ago

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Select a date range Create a custom date range Leslie Postal 9:59 a.m. EST , February 3, 2014 We'd bet money (and even our first born) these won't generate the interest of Common Core or evolution. But the Florida Department of Education still wants

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Auckland :: New Zealand | 4 months ago

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Dec 30 2013 Sometimes scientific issues are fought by people in local communities who may not (and probably are not) experts. This becomes a lesson in applied scientific skepticism, and highlights an important reason why we need a scientifically

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 4 months ago

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The following statement is attributable to Christine McEntee , executive director/CEO of the American Geophysical Union (AGU): "On behalf of the American Geophysical Union's more than 62,000 members, we are pleased that Congress has passed a

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Dallas :: TX :: USA | 4 months ago

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A panel of experts has rejected concerns by religious conservatives in Texas that a high school biology textbook contained factual errors about evolution and a state board approved the book on Wednesday for use in public schools. The debate over the

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Toronto :: Canada | 4 months ago

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It's fair to say that the bewigged visage of Roland-Michel Barrin de La Galissoniere does not loom large in the Canadian psyche. A naval commander and governor of New France in the mid-18th century, La Galissoniere brought the spirit of the French

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London :: United Kingdom | 4 months ago

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The Chancellor has announced £90m a year for five years for research collaboration with emerging nations. There is also £10m for a "Higgs Centre" to support high technology business start ups. Mr Osborne had earlier announced £270m to develop a

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 5 months ago

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In a case that's lasted five years, the Supreme Court of Ohio upheld the termination of John Freshwater, an eighth-grade science teacher who refused to remove religious content from his class. But the decision was reached for a different reason than

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 6 months ago

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October 2013 As regular readers know, I spend an hour or more each week-day morning trawling the news wires for interesting articles and stories on which to base my daily columns. I've noticed of late that the amount of really interesting science/

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