Sunday March 26th, 2017 17:32 Quadruple Rainbow Captured For The First Time By Michael Theusner (Photo)

A quadruple rainbow has been photographed for the first time, several science news sites reported on Thursday, October 6, 2011. Michael Theusner, a German rainbow-chaser reportedly captured the quadruple rainbow on the evening of June 11, 2011 when a rainstorm came toward his home in Schiffdorf in northern Germany. The Quadruple Rainbow Credit: Michael Theusner […]

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    Sunday March 26th, 2017 05:22 Stanford Teams With City College in New Campus Bid

    Several acres of land on Roosevelt Island are becoming much-contested territory as the nation’s top schools compete for a bid to build an applied science campus there.

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      Saturday March 25th, 2017 16:25 Engineering students see more financial aid

      Engineering students at the University receive more financial aid than those in other majors, reflecting a national trend of assistance geared toward growing the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.

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        Saturday March 25th, 2017 03:12 HIV prevention research named scientific breakthrough of the year by Science

        The HIV Prevention Trials Network 052 study, led by Myron S. Cohen, MD of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been named the 2011 Breakthrough of the Year by the journal Science.

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          Friday March 24th, 2017 14:30 Green Chemistry: Lemonade and Ice Cream

          This is an educational video meant to be shown in middle school classrooms to teach students about the principles of green chemistry. In this video we focus on three of the twelve principles: 1. Prevent Waste 2. Use of less hazardous chemicals 3. preventing pollution. We hope this video is a great aid to middle school teachers who wish to improvise more green chemistry into their curriculum.

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            Friday March 24th, 2017 02:06 Pulseless Heart Developed at Texas Heart Institute by Dr. Billy Cohn and Dr. Bud Frazier

            A pulseless heart has been developed by Dr. Billy Cohn and Dr. Bud Frazier at the Texas Heart Institute in Houston, several science news sites reported on Monday, June 13, 2011. Reports said that the pulseless heart uses rotors to circulate blood throughout the body instead of mimicking a natural heart which uses contractions. Because […]

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              Thursday March 23rd, 2017 13:11 Sally Ride Science Academy Engages Teachers, Counselors to Inspire Students in Science and Math

              The Sally Ride Science Academy brought to you by ExxonMobil announced today that 275 upper elementary and middle school educators from across the country were selected to learn new, innovative strategies to raise students’ awareness of and interest in science, technology, engineering and math careers.

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                Thursday March 23rd, 2017 00:50 Will the U.S. Remain a Leader in a Science- and Technology-Driven Economy?

                Will the U.S. Remain a Leader in a Science- and Technology-Driven Economy?

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                  Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 12:35 Science Journalist Apologizes for Newsweek Quake Article

                  SAN FRANCISCO — Highlighting the occasional tensions between the scientific community and journalists who write about science, popular science writer Simon Winchester apologized to geoscientists for a March 2011 article in which he suggested that earthquakes on one side of the Pacific could trigger temblors on the other.

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                    Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 00:09 Huffington Post Science – interview with Cara Santa Maria

                    A couple of weeks ago, Huffington Post launched its Science section . I invited Cara Santa Maria, the science correspondent at Huffington Post to tell us more about this new endeavor. Bora Zivkovic: Hello, welcome to the Scientific American blog network. The launch of the brand new Science section at the Huffington Post created quite a lot of buzz two weeks ago, so I’d like to take this …

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