What the election results mean for science, in gut responses from Scientific American’s Board of Advisers
Evolution is not the only scientific idea being kept out of the curriculum
I have dug through the Internet this week and uncovered all this geeky goodness. You can find the thousands of links from previous weeks here.
During costume-making madness, I've been listening to a lot of lectures. Might as well improve your mind whilst preparing for Halloween, eh?One of the lectures I've listened to is Dr.
Open Laboratory 2013 – the complete list of entries!We just closed the submission form for the 2013 edition. Thank you all who submitted the posts.Below are all the blog posts submitted over the past year.
Deadline is here, tonight! We are closing the submissions on Monday, October 1st at 11:59pm EDT!The submission form for the 2013 edition of Open Lab is here.
Deadline is here, just three days away! We are closing the submissions on Monday, October 1st at 11:59pm EDT!The submission form for the 2013 edition of Open Lab is here.
The Big Deadline is looming! We are closing the submissions on October 1st at 11:59pm EDT - just a week from now!The submission form for the 2013 edition of Open Lab is here.
The White House has scaled back but boosted its overall funding request for non-defense research and development by 5 percent, pushing it up to $64.9 billion
Eugenie Scott, executive director of the National Center for Science Education, long the nation's leading defender of evolution education, discusses the NCSE's new initiative to help climate science education
The National Center for Science Education is a wonderful institution dedicated to fighting junk science from entering our Nation's schools and media.
Each year we poll scientists and educators on ideas for books, puzzles and toys that foster inquiry. This season's picks range from a top that never stops spinning to a build-it-yourself skull.
Undergraduate programmes face termination unless graduation rates improve.
Independent search fails to confirm earlier report of novel particles.
Anti-evolutionist Ray Comfort will be distributing copies of the Origin of Species with a new introduction that misrepresents, misunderstands and distorts Darwin's ideas and legacy. Steve Mirsky comments
Introducing the new board of advisers that serve as expert sources to our magazine
Ten researchers, politicians, business executives and philanthropists who have recently demonstrated outstanding commitment to assuring that the benefits of new technologies and knowledge will accrue to humanity
Scientific American magazine Editor in Chief John Rennie talks about the contents of the June issue, including articles on the evolution of cats and the physiology of sled dogs. Plus, we'll test your knowledge of some recent science in the news
Letters to the editor on NASA's budget and evolutionary psychology
Scientific American magazine Editor in Chief John Rennie talks about articles in the April issue, covering dark energy, bee colony collapse and post-traumatic stress. And Eugenie Scott, executive director of the National Center for Science Education, discusses anti-evolution-education efforts by the Texas School Board. Plus, we'll test your knowledge of some recent science in the news. Web sites related to this episode include www.ncseweb.org; www.youtube.com/NatCen4ScienceEd