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Jennifer Richeson to Receive SAGE-CASBS Award

Jennifer Richeson to Receive SAGE-CASBS Award

3 days ago   |   Social Science Space

Jennifer Richeson Social psychologist Jennifer Richeson , whose research into intergroup interactions has created a much deeper understanding of inequality and racism in the...
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Opinion: Cancer survivor: Don't forget that accolade when it comes to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's remarkable life

3 days ago   |   STAT

Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week at the age of 87, is rightfully being memorialized as a “feminist icon,” a “history-making jurist,” and...
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I've always been interested in different things: Meet Diana De Carvalho

4 days ago   |   Soapbox Science

My name is Diana De Carvalho. I am an assistant professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland and I study what happens to our backs when we bend...
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A zeal to find answers to the mysteries that make life possible: Meet Shreyasi Sarkar

4 days ago   |   Soapbox Science

My name is Shreyasi Sarkar, I'm a PhD candidate in Biochemistry at Memorial University of Newfoundland and my project title is: Missing pieces to the diet-microbiota-health...
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Mentors shape and inspire research and career goals: Meet Katrien Kingdon

4 days ago   |   Soapbox Science

Katrien Kingdon, PhD Student - Memorial University of Newfoundland Soapbox Science talk title: “The whereabouts of wolves: The importance of predators in our landscapes” Q...
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Relationships I've made while doing my research make me love my work: Meet Julie Turner

4 days ago   |   Soapbox Science

Julie Turner, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Michigan State University Soapbox Science talk title: Hyenas aren't the enemy: insight into their lives, personalities...
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I've always loved solving puzzles: Meet Kris Poduska

4 days ago   |   Soapbox Science

Dr. Kris Poduska, Memorial University of Newfoundland Soapbox Science talk title: How light unlocks mysteries of the natural world I've always been curious about how things...
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Dorothy Vaughan: NASA's overlooked star

Dorothy Vaughan: NASA's overlooked star

5 days ago   |   Science Museum

Dorothy Vaughan was a mathematician, and NASA's first black manager. Rarely seen as the face of a space programme, Vaughan's contributions were vast. As well as being the first...
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Science is definitely for everyone: meet Hannah Wallace

8 days ago   |   Soapbox Science

Hannah Wallace is a PhD candidate in Dr. Rod Russell's Lab in the division of Biomedical Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University. Hannah's project is called...
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As UFO celebrates its 50th anniversary, family and fans look back on a dark sci-fi classic

As UFO celebrates its 50th anniversary, family and fans look back on a dark sci-fi classic

12 days ago   |   Radio Times

A kaleidoscope of childhood images play around my mind's eye when remembering the science-fiction series UFO, all of them vivid... My friends and I re-enacting the Interceptor...
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New one-off V12-powered Ferrari Omologata revealed

New one-off V12-powered Ferrari Omologata revealed

This is the Ferrari Omologata. It's a one-off model featuring a coachbuilt aluminium body and is the 10th unique front-engined V12 Ferrari to roll out of the Maranello gates... Read more ...

US government ‘urges Netflix to cancel series from Game of Thrones bosses...

US government ‘urges Netflix to cancel series from Game of Thrones bosses over China's treatment of Uighur Muslims'

Republican US senators have urged Netflix to reconsider their adaptation of The Three-Body Problem A number of Republication US senators have urged Netflix to reconsider their... Read more ...

The Senate plans to subpoena the CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter to...

The Senate plans to subpoena the CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter to testify before Congress next month

Summary List Placement A Senate committee plans to subpoena the CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter to testify at an Oct. 1 hearing if they don't willingly agree to testify... Read more ...

How to see the Aurora Borealis: Can you see the Northern Lights tonight from...

How to see the Aurora Borealis: Can you see the Northern Lights tonight from YOUR home?

THE Aurora Borealis show up at night when the sky is dark and are predominantly seen in high-latitude regions. But can you see the Northern Lights tonight from your home? Read more ...

Will the 2020 Census Be the Last of Its Kind?

Will the 2020 Census Be the Last of Its Kind?

Could the 2020 iteration of the United States Census, the constitutionally mandated count of everyone present in the nation, be the last of its kind? Former census director Ken... Read more ...

Britain can 'step over' Tesla in tech race as Musk's Battery Day FLOPS with...

Britain can 'step over' Tesla in tech race as Musk's Battery Day FLOPS with investors

BRITAIN must step up its efforts to develop lithium-ion batteries in order to compete with industry behemoths like Elon Musk's Tesla, a scientist has said. Read more ...

Radiation on the Moon: Scientists find radiation levels 200 times higher...

Radiation on the Moon: Scientists find radiation levels 200 times higher than on Earth

SCIENTISTS have measured high levels of radiation on the surface of the Moon as humanity prepares to return to the lunar orb by 2024. Read more ...

Chatting Guts: why the microbiome is important

Chatting Guts: why the microbiome is important

A healthy gut might well be the key to a long and healthy life. But with trillions of bacteria and hundreds of species of microbe all interacting with your gut in unique and... Read more ...

Shark attack: Scientists find great whites with livers 'ripped out' by...

Shark attack: Scientists find great whites with livers 'ripped out' by deadly ocean killer

GREAT WHITE sharks with their innards gutted in a "precise and refined" way have shed light on a deadly predator stalking the oceans near South Africa. Read more ...

Borderlands Science could be used to help study COVID-19

Borderlands Science could be used to help study COVID-19

As strange as this may have sounded a few years ago, Borderlands 3 has now appeared in a scientific journal. In a letter published in the journal Nature Biotechnology, the... Read more ...