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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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IEEE Spectrum
March 2007
Janet M. Six
Sci/Tech Museums NASA Space Center, Houston... Intel Museum, Santa Clara, California... PSI Forum Visitor Centre at the Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland... mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 22, 2007
Victoria Gill
Women Honoured with International Prize The 2007 L'Oreal Unesco awards for women in science were announced at a ceremony in Paris. This year's selections were based on materials science, so chemistry was well represented in the line-up. mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 15, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
UK Nuclear Policy Setback UK government plans for a new generation of nuclear power stations have suffered a setback after a public consultation on nuclear power was condemned by a High Court judge as 'inadequate' and 'misleading'. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 9, 2007
Simon Hadlington
Foreign Postgrad Vetting Proposals 'Absolutely Unnecessary' A controversial new scheme for vetting foreign postgraduate students wishing to study in the UK has been slammed as 'absolutely unnecessary, completely over-the-top and counter-productive' by a leading member of parliament. mark for My Articles 362 similar articles
February 2007
Kathryn Hansen
Terrain Flat for '08 Budget Here's a look at where and how the budget for geoscience programs will shift under the new presidential budget request, and what some of the agencies' leaders have to say about those changes. mark for My Articles 167 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2007
David Kushner
"24" The clever real-time premise is that of a bad-boy counterterrorist agent who has 24 hours, played out in as many episodes, to save the world. The secret sauce, however, is the science, which the show portrays and exploits in ways that compellingly reflect our times. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 2007
Helen Pilcher
Living on Credits Carbon rationing isn't just a personal fancy. A growing band of UK politicians and scientists are touting it as the fairest and most practical way to cut emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane. mark for My Articles 721 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 2007
Mark Peplow
Science Stars Rise in the East Collaborate or die. That's the message of a series of reports from the independent thinktank Demos, claiming that British science is in danger of being sidelined unless it tries harder to work with booming Asian nations such as China, India and South Korea. mark for My Articles 404 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 2007
John O'Reilly
The Tyranny of Peer Review? All of us involved in the scientific peer review process must avoid being unduly conservative or risk-averse if we are to secure the required balanced research investment portfolio, including an appropriate proportion of high-risk, high-return activities. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
Science News
January 27, 2007
Science Safari: Math and Science Education Repository The Applied Math and Science Education Repository serves up applied math and science resources in an easy-to-use format on the Web. mark for My Articles 201 similar articles
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