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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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May 2006
Steven Quane
The Rocket Docket: Legislating Science Out of Public Policy Rhetorically, little resistance exists for U.S. policy-makers to use science fairly and justly in creating the laws of the land. Procedurally, however, that is certainly not the case. mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
May 2006
Naomi Lubick
Ralph Cicerone: Chemistry, Baseball and Politics The head of the National Academy of Sciences has completed his first year as as the head of an institution that is a major scientific voice in Washington, D.C., with a global impact. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
May 2006
Ronald Bailey
Separate But Equal? Can science tell us anything about religion? mark for My Articles 170 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 26, 2006
Katharine Sanderson
Marriage of Science and Innovation Significant changes to the UK government's science set-up have been announced, in an attempt to embed science into the Department of Trade and Industry. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 12, 2006
Katharine Sanderson
Nuclear Power to Save the Planet The UK's chief scientific adviser, David King, has reiterated his support for nuclear power. King supports the rebuilding of decommissioned nuclear power plants in the UK to reduce dependence on fossil fuels in the next 15 years. mark for My Articles 280 similar articles
Scientific American
May 2006
Paul Raeburn
Legislating Integrity Senator Richard Durbin of Illinois inserted a provision in a funding bill for the Department of Health and Human Services and introduced legislation to prevent political meddling in science. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Fast Company
May 2006
Jennifer Reingold
Weird Science Homaro Cantu's odd brand of humor, technology, shock value, and flavor has turned the fine-dining experience on its head. Now this 29-year-old reformed pyromaniac is trying to redefine the nature of food -- and, oh yeah, end world hunger. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Science News
April 15, 2006
Sculpting Life's Machinery Sculptor Julian Voss-Andreae creates novel artworks inspired by the three-dimensional structures of proteins. His newest work goes on display next month. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2006
Stephen Barlas
Crazy About Competitiveness The U.S. Congress and the White House look to boost science and technology education in the 2007 federal budget. mark for My Articles 152 similar articles
April 2006
Lawrence M. Small
Fred and Ginger "High tech" and "in a museum" aren't usually found in the same sentence. But just as our exhibitions increasingly incorporate 21st-century display screens, Smithsonian researchers are using cutting-edge technologies. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
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