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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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July 2005
Naomi Lubick
Following Scientists Post-9/11 Maintaining the influx of visiting foreign students and researchers may be problematic, a National Academy of Sciences (NAS) committee found, despite recent improvements. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
June 2005
Kerry Howley
Scientists for Sale Innovation vs. ethics: Scientists at the NIH have discovered many things over the years, but evidently they haven't yet found a way to balance innovation and objectivity. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
June 2005
Megan Sever
Golfer Phil Mickelson on Science The golfer and his wife Amy recently partnered with ExxonMobil to create a week-long workshop to help third- through fifth-grade teachers gain the necessary tools to excite their students about math and science. mark for My Articles 1252 similar articles
June 2005
Rick Borchelt
Hunting for Science Messages There's a prevailing notion that the best way to reach national leaders, particularly those who influence policy and funding for science, is through the mass media. There are many reasons to doubt this theory. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Scientific American
May 6, 2005
Charles Q. Choi
Processing for Science Save for computationally intense tasks, typical modern PCs almost never employ their full power. Distributed computing takes advantage of this spare capacity, dividing large tasks over the Internet for idle computers to work on. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
May 2005
Lawrence M. Small
From the Secretary - Science Matters The Institution decides to focus on four basic scientific questions. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
National Defense
May 2005
Roxana Tiron
Future Pentagon Investments To Reshape Defense Industry Despite being heavily committed in the Middle East, Defense Department officials argue that long-range investment decisions must begin now if the military is to have crucial capabilities 20 years down the road. mark for My Articles 246 similar articles
Science News
April 2, 2005
Science Cartoons You can find a selection of Sidney Harris' delightful science-themed cartoons, organized by topic, in this Web gallery. mark for My Articles
April 2005
Linda Rowan
Creationism: Back in Kansas Again Unfortunately, a brief history of the creationism movement over the past 80 years suggests that the debate has not been resolved, but rather the movements in Kansas and elsewhere are subtly changing tactics to try to gain the same objective. mark for My Articles 172 similar articles
April 1, 2005
Patricia Panchak
Editor's Page -- Playing The R&D Blame Game The Bush Administration's 2006 budget short-changes industrial research and development. Industry executives and shareholders have also contributed to a slowing of spending on basic research. mark for My Articles 343 similar articles
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