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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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June 2001
Nick Gillespie
Dudley Do-Math It's particularly important in an information age to consume information critically, says It Ain't Necessarily So: How Media Make and Unmake the Scientific Picture of Reality. The book analyzes the ways science gets reported by journalists and how such accounts affect public policy... mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
April 12, 2001
Cathy Young
Sex and science Are women discriminated against in the lab? Or are gender imbalances due to intellectual differences? mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
November 30, 2000
Edward McSweegan
"The Undergrowth of Science" by Walter Gratzer A science writer explains what makes honest researchers cling to ridiculous ideas like N-rays, homeopathy and cold fusion... mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 2000
Science: Greatest Unsolved Mysteries Is there a Fountain of Youth? Will we cure cancer? Can we achieve immortality? Can we create artificial life? Where is the soul? Is the speed of light the ultimate speed limit? Is there other intelligent life in the universe? Can we travel through time? mark for My Articles 634 similar articles
September 2000
Andrew Tilin
Ready, Set, Mutate! International jock police should forget about controlling technology's impact on sports. It's the 21st century - let the augmentations begin. We've compiled a cutting-edge athlete's duffel of techno-enhanced clothing, equipment, and drugs that will help the world's athletes mine gold... mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
August 3, 2000
Chris Colin
Trick of the light Scientists broke the speed of light -- or so we were told. Did the press keep us in the dark, or was it the scientists? The details of of how the misleading story broke and general commentary about relations between scientists and the media. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Information Today
August 2000
CrossRef Now on the Web CrossRef, a collaborative reference-linking service, has announced that it has activated its first links on the Internet and has gone live. "CrossRef is now well on its way to becoming the comprehensive source for linking journal articles." mark for My Articles 179 similar articles
July 5, 2000
Janelle Brown
Aliens: The sequel A tale of off-world visitation gave USWeb founder Joe Firmage no end of trouble -- but he's still alive, kicking and raising gobs of venture capital for his latest crusade. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Linux Journal
July 2000
Dan E. Kelley & Peter S. Galbraith
Gri: A Language for Scientific Illustration This scripting language avoids integrating analysis and display capabilities and instead focuses on providing precise and flexible control over the display of technical material. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Science News
March 4, 2000
Science Safari: Weird Science Projects mark for My Articles
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