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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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November 2005
Kathryn Hansen
Kansas Vote Challenges Evolution The Kansas State Board of Education voted yesterday to approve science education standards that treat evolution with skepticism. Scientists say that the standards open the door for nonscientific beliefs such as intelligent design to enter science classrooms across the state. mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
November 2005
Tim Cavanaugh
Subsidized Spin The Pentagon is spending $300,000 to send mid-career scientists, researchers, and engineers to a workshop at the television and screen writing school with the hope that some of these scientists will be inspired to produce a screenplay that paints scientists as cool. mark for My Articles 153 similar articles
November 2005
35 Who Made a Difference: Sally Ride A generation later, the first female astronaut is still on a mission: making sure that girls get to share in the adventure that is science. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
October 2005
Megan Sever
Evolution Battles Continue The battle over the teaching of evolution in public schools in the United States reached a fervor this week, as a number of prominent scientists testified in an ongoing court trial that pits evolution against intelligent design. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
Science News
October 1, 2005
Science Cinema The Museum of the Moving Image has launched a Web site that features short films, interviews, and articles devoted to science and technology in movies. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
Scientific American
September 12, 2005
John Horgan
Clash in Cambridge Science and religion seem as antagonistic as ever at the Templeton-Cambridge Journalism Fellowship conference. mark for My Articles 206 similar articles
September 2005
Lee J. Suttner
Believing vs. Knowing: Faith's Role in the Evolution Debate Belief in evolution does not preclude belief in God. But belief is the key word. Fully understanding the concept of belief is fundamental to arguments for keeping creationism and its clever smokescreen, intelligent design, out of the science classrooms of all of our schools, not just the public ones. mark for My Articles 197 similar articles
September 2005
Linda Rowan
Congressional Climate: Changing or Chilling? A flurry of discussions and compromises on aspects of the energy bill included a level of activity on climate change that has never been seen before in Congress, including a confrontation in the House on specific science results that has brought scientific peer review to the forefront of the debate. mark for My Articles 338 similar articles
August 17, 2005
David Needle
IBM Donates Supercomputer Resources IBM and the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory said they will provide significant enhancements to the computer capabilities available to scientific researchers around the world. mark for My Articles 208 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
July 2005
Michael Riordan
The End of AT&T In 1974 AT&T was the world's largest corporation and research arm Bell Labs provided a constant flow of technological break-throughs due to long-term stable funding. There is no comparable situation today. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
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