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You also know that he's written some popular science books, is hosting the new "Cosmos" series, and is the director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History in New York...Put your fan knowledge to the test and take the fun
The chief of the international chemical weapons watchdog says Syria has to ratchet up its movement of raw materials for poison gas and nerve agents if it is to meet deadlines for destroying the stockpile. The chief of the international chemical
Thanks to him, kids dream about expanding human knowledge of the phenomenal universe. Now: Where's a liberal arts rockstar to make people care about human culture that much?...Cosmos a reboot of the wildly successful Carl Sagan seriesto enliven the
Why the silence on science? Wallace Baine Baine Street Posted: 03/23/2014 12:08:34 AM PDT Updated: 03/23/2014 12:08:34 AM PDT Neil deGrasse Tyson is a rock star. Or, maybe it's better to compare the country's most famous astrophysicist to a
Saint Mary School Buffalo Grove 7th graders cleaned up at the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Regional fair held at the Museum of Science and Industry on March 9, 2014. There were approximately 50 schools participating in the regional fair.
AT The number of P.E.I. students participating in science fairs dropped below 300 in 2013. (Federico Cahis/CBC) Fewer students are taking part in school science fairs, says P.E.I. science fair chair Bill Whelan. Whelan told CBC News fewer than 300
Rieke Lamb returns to Dunedin after four years in her home country Germany, where she worked in a variety of roles including HR, event management and social media...Rieke first moved to Dunedin in 2006 after she produced a student research seminar on
A senior American spy chief has released his assessment of the most troubling threats facing the US a list that includes terrorism, hackers, WMD proliferation, pandemics, extreme weather events and the militarization of space. The report, titled "
Students in Melissa Hayes' fourth-grade class at Centennial Elementary School in Olympia have been studying Washington and its geology...Helens' 1980 eruption: a melted walkie-talkie that was found in the devastation. This walkie-talkie was in an
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