The solar eclipse that rocked the world of science
This coming Monday's total solar eclipse will give
us a rare look at the sun's outer atmosphere, known as the corona.
Its violent, unpredictable seizures – “coronal mass ejections” –
have the potential of bombarding our planet with deadly radiation,
Life Science investment paying dividends
Zon's lab — and the zebrafish — are the results of
an initiative begun nearly a decade ago to make Massachusetts one
of the country's premier life
sciences incubators. That 2008 initiative, signed by former
Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick, committed ...
'Science Guy' Bill Nye breaks down Monday's rare solar
New York Post
Bill Nye is shedding some light on Monday's solar
eclipse, which he kiddingly — or maybe not — calls “the most
important thing ever.” Nye, known to a generation of kids from PBS'
“Bill Nye the
Science Guy” — he now hosts “Bill Nye Saves the World
What the Science Actually Says About Gender Gaps in the
Harvard Business Review
Former Google engineer James Damore was hardly the
first person to argue that biological differences between men and
women determine career outcomes. Many people — even smart,
science-minded ones — have asserted that biological
differences can ...
Science Says: DNA test results may not change health habits
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director
Francis Collins poses for a portrait at the NIH headquarters in
Bethesda, Md., Friday, July 28, 2017. After DNA testing showed he
was predisposed to Type 2 diabetes, which is more likely to develop