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Are Personality Types In Science Cut Out For Contemporary Discourse? - Forbes

Forbes

Are Personality Types In Science Cut Out For Contemporary Discourse?
Forbes
Heck, I was even racially-harassed by scientists that disagreed with something I wrote about climate change. While that is awfully disheartening and frankly a bit pathetic, it is a topic for a different day, and the colleague that I spoke of can more ...


The science and art of reef restoration - The Conversation AU

The Conversation AU

The science and art of reef restoration
The Conversation AU
Coral reefs around the world are in crisis. Under pressure from climate change, overfishing, pollution, introduced species and apathy, coral colonies and fish communities are steadily deteriorating. Coral cover in the Great Barrier reef has declined by ...

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The brain may clean out Alzheimer's plaques during sleep - Science News

Science News

The brain may clean out Alzheimer's plaques during sleep
Science News
It would be easier to understand sleep deprivation if scientists had a better handle on sleep itself. The brain appears to use sleep to consolidate and process memories (SN: 6/11/16, p. 15) and to catalog thoughts from the day. But that can't be all ...


Star Trek technobabble: The science behind the science fiction - Mashable

Mashable

Star Trek technobabble: The science behind the science fiction
Mashable
This post is part of Science of Sci-Fi, Mashable's ongoing series dissecting the science (or lack of science) in our favorite sci-fi movies, TV shows, and books. Star Wars is all action. You know, X-wings and lightsabers and fully armed and operational ...


NJ college freshmen just sent their science experiment to outer space - NJ.com

NJ college freshmen just sent their science experiment to outer space
NJ.com
Along with carrying resupply materials to the International Space Station when it took off last month, NASA's SpaceX also carried the students' science experiment. Working with faculty mentor Pamela Cohn, an assistant professor of chemistry, Schneider ...


Science Figures Out Why the Tree Shrew Eats Red-hot Peppers - Haaretz

Haaretz

Science Figures Out Why the Tree Shrew Eats Red-hot Peppers
Haaretz
Now it has been observed that the ones known to science as Tupaia belangeri chinensis like to eat hot peppers, which don't grow in the trees where these nice animals hang. Genetic sequencing of the Tupaia tree shrew was enlightening. The Chinese ...

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With millions more in funding, Israeli-US science research grows closer - The Jerusalem Post

The Jerusalem Post

With millions more in funding, Israeli-US science research grows closer
The Jerusalem Post
Much of the funding will go to projects affiliated with both the US-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF) and the US National Science Foundation (NSF). Other funds will be available for Israeli scientists to do joint research with European and ...


Summer STEM camp in Portsmouth makes science fun, students say - WAVY-TV

WAVY-TV

Summer STEM camp in Portsmouth makes science fun, students say
WAVY-TV
From kayaking to bird-watching, these students received hands-on math and science instruction in a fun, low-pressure environment, says Starbase founder Bill Hayden."When the kids come here, frankly, they think they're just having fun," Hayden said.


Venkatraman Ramakrishnan: 'Britain's reputation has been hurt' - The Guardian

The Guardian

Venkatraman Ramakrishnan: 'Britain's reputation has been hurt'
The Guardian
Science by its nature has always been an international enterprise and in fact the more prestigious and high performing the lab or institute, the more international it is. It's very hard for the science community to see any advantages in Brexit. They ...


Buffalo Museum of Science unveils new digital planetarium - WIVB-TV News 4

WIVB-TV News 4

Buffalo Museum of Science unveils new digital planetarium
WIVB-TV News 4
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Museum of Science is holding big Grand Opening celebrations this weekend as it welcomes the public back into the Kellogg Observatory for the first time since 1999, but that's not the only new draw there. The museum is ...


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