NASA Is Making One Last Attempt to Call Opportunity Rover on Mars
NASA.com A depressing deadline is nearly upon NASA’s long-silent Opportunity Mars rover. The final planned attempts to rouse Opportunity, whichRead more.
Technology Professionals and the Path of Least Resistance
Information Week Take a fresh look at how your organization sources IT equipment, software, and services. Consider partnering with otherRead more.
Marine Scientists Find Toxic Bacteria on Microplastics Retrieved from Tropical Waters
Science News A field survey conducted by a team of marine scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) hasRead more.
Why Women Avoid Careers in Science, Technology and Engineering
DAILY NATION Women are grossly under-represented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers despite solid gains in the shareRead more.
‘Doing Science,’ Rather than ‘Being Scientists,’ more Encouraging to Girls
Sciences Daily Asking young girls to “do science” leads them to show greater persistence in science activities than does askingRead more.
Giving Teachers the Tools for the ‘Science of Reading’
STUFF A Manawat? educator’s fresh approach is helping teachers become better equipped to turn children into good readers. Liz Kane, who runs Liz Kane Literacy, isRead more.
The Guardian View on the Science of Hangovers: No More Research Needed
The Guardian As a recent scientific paper points out, “acute alcohol-induced hangover constitutes a significant, yet understudied, global hazard andRead more.
Mothers, Daughters and Overcoming Bias in the Science World: AMN9 Conference
SPINOFF Does the way science gets passed down through generations make it harder for girls to get into? And whatRead more.
Depression 101: Dallas School Kids Learn about Mental Health
AP DALLAS: In a scenario playing out in more and more classrooms around the world, a Dallas teenager recently askedRead more.