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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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Chemistry World
December 1, 2006
Arthur Rogers
EU Approves 54 Billion Euro Science Plan The European Parliament has finally approved the Seventh Framework Research Program, which promises to distribute 54 billion euro of science funding over the next seven years. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 2006
Mark Peplow
Editorial: A Shot in the Arm for Science Education University science education has received a significant boost with the announcement that the Higher Education Funding Council for England will provide an extra 75 million pounds for courses in chemistry, physics, and engineering. mark for My Articles 358 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 2006
Yfke Hager
Careers: The Outreach Bug As a public awareness scientist, Samantha Tang is keen to encourage others to spread the wonders of science. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
November 21, 2006
Chris Sherman
How We Use the Internet for Science Research The internet is second only to television as a source of science information for most Americans, according to a new study. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
National Defense
December 2006
Lawrence P. Farrell
DARPA Sets Tone for Technological Superiority Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England recently noted that the greatest long-term threat to America is not weapons of mass destruction, but rather the prospect of losing our strength in science and technology. mark for My Articles 92 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
November 20, 2006
Martha Lagace
Open Source Science: A New Model for Innovation Practices in the open source software community offer a model for encouraging large-scale scientific problem solving. mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 17, 2006
Ned Stafford
Uniting to Preserve Germany's Heritage Two of Germany's largest scientific organizations have created an alliance to intensively research methods to better preserve and restore historical buildings, monuments, artwork, and other items of cultural significance. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Scientific American
December 2006
Old Baby in the New Media The news of Selam, the discovery of a tiny being born 3.3 million years ago, was able to spread rapidly due to digital media. Just how is this digital age affecting publishing and research presentation. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 10, 2006
Lord Sainsbury Quits as UK Science Minister Scientists paid tribute to Lord Sainsbury as he resigned after eight years as UK science minister. The former chairman of Sainsbury's supermarkets said he had stepped down for personal reasons, preferring to concentrate on his business interests and charitable work. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
October 2006
Fred Schwab
Still Buying Green Bananas Scientific literacy is already shaky, and in a world awash with rash, unsound predictions, citizens hesitate to consider apocalyptic risks that are both statistically very rare (low probability over short time spans) and with which they have no practical experience. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
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