The world's first trees grew by splitting their guts
Scientists have discovered some of the best preserved
specimens of the world's first trees in a remote region of China.
At up to 12 meters tall, these spindly species were topped by a
clump of erect branches vaguely resembling modern palm trees and
What's changed since the March for Science? Readers respond.
Scientists have an essential role to play in the Trump era,
and it is our duty to bridge the communication gap between
scientists and policymakers. I personally have been
scheduling more frequent meetings with my senators and
Snyder to propose 'major investment' in computer science
Crain's Detroit Business
Appearing at an event for Facebook's investment in
computer coding and digital marketing training in Detroit, the
governor said the bids from Detroit and Grand Rapids for Amazon's
second headquarters was a "catalyst" for the developing computer
Can Robots Help Get More Girls Into Science and Tech?
Plenty of toys are targeted at getting kids
science and engineering, and many these days are gender
specific. Roominate, for instance, is a building kit tailored for
girls, while the Boolean Box teaches girls to code. “Sometimes
Can Science Make Alcohol Safer?
Wall Street Journal
Stohs says that the
science is sound but that no amount of studies would sway
the TTB. Asked for comment, TTB Director of Congressional and
Public Affairs Tom Hogue wrote in an email: “The timeline and
characterizations fail to accurately represent the ...
The GOP's Abortion Ban Is About Politics, Not Science
To hear the bill's sponsors tell it, the
Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36) is about
safeguarding fetuses that
science has proven are capable of feeling pain. “No pain
capable baby should have to undergo agonizing dismemberment in