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17 Sep 14 - Science Events News
Science gets social
With an explosion of informal science events popping up around the world, it's easier than ever to find ways to connect with scientists and fellow science enthusiasts.
Talking climate science with physicist Glenn Marsch
Editor's note: After two leading newspapers ran climate-related pieces seemingly at odds with one another, The Center for Vision & Values discussed the contrast with Grove City College physicist Dr.
Scientists uncover fresh early Earth events, evidence of life on Mars
According to a study published last weekend in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, conditions on Earth during its first 500 million years may have been cool enough to form oceans of water instead of being too hot for life to form.
Outreach in action: The Wisconsin Science Festival
The theme of this year's fest is “Curiosity Unleashed.” Many events take place at Discovery, 330 N. Orchard St., but also at many other venues on the UW-Madison campus, in Madison and across the state.
Study on global carbon cycle may require reappraisal of climate events in ...
A recent study of the global carbon cycle offers a new perspective of Earth's climate records through time. Scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science suggest that one of the current methods for ...
September Science Events: Beautiful Pathogens and Extreme Close-ups
“Hieroglyph: Stories & Visions for a Better Future.” Edited by Ed Finn and Kathryn Cramer. Preface by Neal Stephenson. William Morrow.
US Intelligence Community Explores More Rigorous Ways to Forecast Events
Each seeks to improve the precision and timeliness of intelligence forecasts by using techniques such as crowdsourcing, probability scores and machine learning—a field of computer science that "teaches" computers to recognize patterns in data.
Family events: Science Museum welcomes butterflies
Live Butterfly House: Take flight to the Science Museum of Minnesota for a visit with some of nature's most colorful creatures.
Franklin Institute caters to grownups at 'Science After Hours' events
Cotton candy may be a sweet treat that kids love, but at the Science After Hours event, "Circus Edition," held at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in early August, it's also a treat that fascinates grownups.
Scientists find secret of reversing bad memories
Behavioural therapists often take patients back to a traumatic event and 'rewire' their. But this is the first time that scientists have shown which brain circuits are responsible for positive and negative emotions, and reversed them. Professor Richard ...
Researcher loses job at NSF after government questions her role as 1980s activist
Valerie Barr was 22 and living in New York City in 1979 when she became politically active. A recent graduate of New York University with a master's degree in computer science, Barr handed out leaflets, stood behind tables at rallies, and baked cookies ...
Trending science: The super harvest moon
Did you catch the bright milky moon lighting up the sky earlier this week? This wasn't just a beautiful harvest moon, it was actually a super harvest moon!
Josipovic opens 5th Science Festival in Sinj
President Ivo Josipovic opened the 5th Science Festival in the southern town of Sinj on Sunday evening, saying that the event was a scientific contribution to the town and the country as a whole. "Over the next five days there will be discussions on ...
'Science Bites' sets events
Danville is following an international grassroots movement to bring scientific presentations and discussion to casual settings like restaurants, pubs and coffeehouses with its own Science Café … “Science Bites.” “Science Bites” is a partnership ...
Moon night launches community events at Science Center
Moon night was the debut community event for the Science Center, which opened in late August at St. Charles High School.
Family events for fall: Sherlock Holmes visits St. Louis Science Center
Many upcoming family events in St. Louis have a literary inspiration. The St. Louis Science Center hosts “The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes” next month.
Trending science: Scientists conclude sun-powered boat trip to find Europe's ...
Nowadays, scientists are travelling all across the world to study ecosystems, monitor climate change, discover new species or make groundbreaking archeological discoveries.
Tickets Available for Bill Nye the Science Guy
Tickets ($10 for youth under 18 and senior citizens, $20 for general admission) are available for purchase online, by phone and mail, or in person at the Office of Student Activities, Conferences, and Special Events. For tickets and information, please ...
TEDx talks discuss technology, entertainment, science
Topics of the event will include brain science, music therapy, the autistic mind, bitcoins, augmented reality storytelling, memes, aquaponics, synaesthesia, darknets and the future of wearable computers.
Two September Events Highlight Museum of Science and History
CORPUS CHRISTI - The Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History will play host to two events this month, continuing a tradition of serving Coastal Bend residents through a variety of programs.
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