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Space2030: At the UN, World Leaders Create a Vision of Peace in Space

After receiving a B.S. in Public Health, she worked as a science communicator at the American Museum of Natural History. Chelsea has written for ... The Daily Targum and Roaring Earth. When not writin... read more

On the Origin of Science Writers

This was the origin of this thread of origins. I will be asking science writers around the world to do what they do best – tell a story – about the thing they know best – themselves. This will be a pe... read more

The straw man in the new round of the reading wars

And, it is irresponsible to represent the science of reading as completely settled ... There are differences in experiences and outcomes related to reading and writing based on gender, race, language ... read more

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'Hamilton' producer shares Broadway journey in return to University of Michigan

"Basically, I made the decision to get the degree in a liberal arts discipline like (political science) and take theater classes and do theater every semester," he added. "Any time I wasn't doing thea... read more


A weird, cigar-shaped object flew through the solar system last year. Now astronomers may know where it came from.

Each star's path in relatively recent cosmological history matches somewhat closely to the ... "Hence it is [therefore] unlikely that we would find the home system in our study," the authors wrote in ... read more

Tossing Lines: Authors Trail features Niantic fiction writer Pat Kelbaugh

We live in an outstanding area with a beautiful shoreline, colorful history, dazzling entertainment, wonderful theaters and talented local authors. And ‘tis the ... This is not so farfetched, as scien... read more

‘Heretical Idea of Making People Artificially’ is topic of Poynter Lecture

Ball is a freelance writer who worked for Nature for more than 20 years ... Much of his popular work has focused on the interactions between art, science, and history. He has penned books on color in ... read more

Nate Silver’s New Science Writer Ignores The Data On Climate Science

with a controversial figure covering science issues. Silver has brought on Roger Pielke, Jr., a professor of environmental studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, as a contributing writer — a p... read more

‘The Smithsonian can do more and should do more,’ says advocate for a Latino museum

The National Portrait Gallery represents the history of the country through portraiture ... created in 1997 to promote Latino contributions to arts, culture and science — has been praised for its exhi... read more

Northampton High grad publishes book on naval history

Students with a passion for writing and history in the Northampton school district can look ... and the struggle in the 19th century to come to grips with that environment through applied science and ... read more

Martian moon may have come from impact on home planet, new study suggests

The debate over the origin of Mars’ moons has split scientists for decades, since the early days of planetary science. In visible light, Phobos and Deimos look much darker than Mars, lending weight to ... read more

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