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By Things To Do With Kids in Minneapolis
Studies have shown that children in the United States consistently test lower in math and science tests than other countries from around the world. An online science club is one way to help this problem.
By Teachers In Space
Teachers in Space Announces Opening for Flight Experiment Summer Workshop Applications
For the third consecutive year, President Barack Obama used his State of the Union address to call for increased investment in science and technology. More than 40,000 Wisconsin students heed this call each day.
Though we’ve advanced technologically as a species, very little has been resolved in regard to humanity’s existential dilemmas; even with the aid of sages, scientists, religion, philosophers, charities, world leaders, a savior, and, yes… GOD.
By College Tuition Productions
A new 6-hour series that investigates questions everyone has about the world within arm's reach premieres March 1. This vs That is the 1st independently produced factual entertainment series. Ever. No TV network or advertiser involvement whatsoever.
By Yankee Public Relations
Arnold spearheaded an effort with Rutgers Chemistry Professors Roger A. Jones, Ronald M. Levy and Joseph Marcotrigiano, that has gained a five-year grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences
By See The Change USA
Physics Is The Common Denominator For See The Change USA, Community Leaders, Teachers And At-Risk, Low Income, Minority Community Colorado Springs Carmel Middle School Students And Parents.
Neuroscience-Net (www.neuroscience.com) has begun publishing books on all aspects of neuroscience, including basic as well as clinically related research.
By Tutor Doctor of Santa Clara County
Tutor Doctor of Santa Clara County owner / education consultant Scott Hunter was awarded the Oak Grove School District’s Vision Award for Maximum Use of Resources at the recent Board of Trustee’s meeting in San Jose.
By Author Marketing Experts
Author shakes up thriller genre with unforgettable exploration of higher conscious.
By Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
Do you like hands-on experiments and problem solving? Are you interested in having fun while studying science and technology? If you answered "yes," then Harrisburg University of Science and Technology's 2013 Summer Camps are waiting for you!
By See The Change USA
A Ukrainian Physics Professor, Dr. Anatoliy Glushchenko, and a Community Business Leader, Dave Csintyan, two co-founders of See The Change USA based in CO helping with creating a better education and economic vitality.
By CUNY CREST Institute
CUNY's Remote Sensing of Earth Science and Technology Institute (CREST) researchers announce website; cite Hudson River navigation as future application
Bharath Balu has contributed years to breaking down and understanding the malaria parasite.
Biogerontology Research Foundation publishes analysis of medical advances on social security funding
By Biogerontology Research Foundation
The Biogerontology Research Foundation announces the publication of its analysis of the impact of recent advances in biomedical sciences on retirement insurance, predicting a possible $87trillion deficit by 2030.
By Greene Scholars Program
Dr. Greene Scholars Program welcomes you to discover our young scholars from grades 3rd through 12th at their annual science fair January 26, 2013. You’ll be able to explore their exhibits, interact with the scholars and their science projects.
By The Voyage Institute
The Voyage Institute is a nonprofit educational organization that promotes global education, particularly in science. We aim to train and educate children and adults in science, because we believe that science has the power to unite the world.
By Strategic Book Group
‘Stuff’ Happens: Where Does Science Stop and Philosophy Start?
By Oracle India Pvt. Ltd.
SIRO Clinpharm Selects Oracle Health Sciences InForm to Increase Clinical Trial Productivity and Support Global Electronic Data Capture Latest Win Strengthens Oracle Health Sciences’ Momentum Across Asia
By Photos To Space
Photos To Space is offering anyone a chance to send their picture on a near space mission at no charge in the 10,000 Photo Near Space Mission Give-A-Way.
By Powerlunch Production
Irving, Texas-- Mercury Undercover is a revealing book by author and producer Elizabeth Hong, featuring interviews with scientists, doctors, victims along with forward thinking attorneys who disclose the shocking truth.
By ZME Science
An online platform where users can ask, answer and rate questions from any scientific field. The value the website provides lies in the gain knowledge and the experience one gets interacting with other users.
By Studica, Inc.
Engage Students with this Unique Project-Based, Real World Approach to STEM Learning with Curriculum Created by Tom White.
By Aven, Inc.
A continuous focusing mode lets operators keep a product or specimen in sharp view automatically, even as working distance and magnification change. This is useful for lab work and inspecting different areas of large samples.
Two Cal State L.A. biology majors named finalists for research awards
Author and international researcher, George Curtis is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Ancient Knowledge.
By KKN Media
Lab Rats, the second novel from Stuart Spitalnic, is now available at amazon.com and in bookstores. Part romantic comedy, part a tale of the costs and benefits of honesty, Lab Rats is fast, smart and funny.
By Veterinary Bioscience Institute
It has been a wonderfully productive and incredibly busy year for the Veterinary Bioscience Institute (VBI). Our company has had some major positive changes, not the least of which is our move to the Piedmont Triad Research Park (PTRP).
Science-A-Peel, a 501c3 public charity to promote science, needs your help to continue!
By National Academy of Inventors
Twenty Innovators Representing Ten Florida Institutions Awarded for Impact of Patents
Formal launch of ‘Number Nagar’ followed by a four day festival “Galata 221212 -Maths Aadi, Maath Aadi from December 22 – 26, at Freedom Park, Bengaluru.
By Uplift, Inc.
Corporate America desires employees with skills of Creativity combined with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Lead your children on the path of excitement and future prosperity in high demand high paying jobs.
By Henniker Scientific Ltd
Henniker Scientific announce the release of a new range of multi-technique deposition systems for nano-materials research.
By The Enchanted Closet, Inc.
The next Enchanted Closet GIRL$ Program, "Girls Can Create Games, Not Just Play Them," will be held on Dec. 8 at 10:30 a.m. at the John Burdine Neighborhood Center, 215 Lakewood Way, Atlanta. Girls, age 12-19, will be exposed to STEM careers.
By LabX Media Group
From advancements in personal genome sequencing technology to services that provide custom-engineered synthetic DNA, here are 10 of biology’s newest products that stood out in 2012.
By Soh-Cah-Toa Publishing
Author-illustrator and educator Cynthia Montgomery presents physics theory in easy steps, building concept on concept through humor, cartoons, funny stories and play.
Hu Jintao’s era as head of China’s Central Committee has come to an end, but his name lives on in pop culture. A new science fiction novel by high-tech industrial designer, Jack Philip Hall, is making its début this month. The title is JINTAO.
By Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
AAAS honors the Director of Enterprise Institute for Renewable Fuels
By Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona
Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Recipient of TEP's Grants that Make a Difference for its work in STEM Programming and Outreach
Between November 24th and December 24th the new science fiction thriller, Jintao, is available for 75% off the retail price at Smashwords.com.
Site uses crowdfunding, social media and rewards system to foster relationships between project creators and their backers
By M.D. Morgan
A free book 'The Human Design: An Introduction to the Design in Nature' presents one basic design that reconciles the forces of physics and also serves as a blueprint for the human-type anatomy. The common design enables us to understand nature.
By Path 11 Productions LLC
Part II of a Documentary Series investigating consciousness in the non-physical realms of the universe
By Sentrana Inc.
Sentrana research team awarded first prize in the DREAM-Phil Bowen ALS Prediction Prize4Life Challenge.
According to a new research article, sleep enhances the quality of memory, reports SciGuru.com, a science news publication.
Leading UK chemical company ReAgent has become a Corporate Member of the Science Museum based in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London.
By Jeffery L. Irvin Jr.
In his new book "This Is the End" author and historian Dr. Jeffery L. Irvin Jr., Ph.D., encourages Americans to reject the apocalyptic fantasies of fundamentalist religion and secular doom saying.
By Carla Jackson, CJlPR
"BLACK SUN” is a documentary that chronicles the lives of two AA astrophysicists, Drs. Alphonse Sterling & Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, as they chase two major astronomical events of 2012, while inspiring youth to seek out science adventures of their own.
By Buzz Brand Marketing
Currently underrepresented minorities—African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans—represent less than 10% of college graduates working in science and engineering occupations.
Professor Marcus Textor, a leading Swiss biomedical researcher, has received the Excellence in Surface Science Award by the US-based Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation at its BioInterface 2012 conference held at University College Dublin.