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Calling on Statistics

Calling on Statistics

Why we might want to rethink our math education priorities

By | Posted February 12, 2010

Caught in a Chemical Drought

Caught in a Chemical Drought

Last year’s economic nosedive left the chemical industry scrambling for an essential solvent

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Snows Bleed

Snows Bleed

If you thought the terms “snowpocalypse” and “snowmaggeddon” were the most troubling repercussions of this week’s weather, you weren’t alone.

By | Posted February 11, 2010

Run, Don’t Walk from… the Slime Mold?

Run, Don’t Walk from… the Slime Mold?

Recent research on slime molds shows that they can make complex decisions about nutrition

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Harlequin Syndrome

Harlequin Syndrome

The story of a startling reflection

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Rally for the Future at the New York Tech Meetup

A Bizarre and Slightly Awkward End To An Otherwise Fairly Interesting Evening

By | Posted February 10, 2010

Why Can't You Use Cell Phones on Airplanes?

Why Can’t You Use Cell Phones on Airplanes?

Wireless technology has improved, but the ban still holds…for now.

By | Posted February 8, 2010

See, Urchin!

See, Urchin!

Spiky echinoderms use spines for complex vision

By | Posted February 7, 2010

Blow Up Your Own Balloons

Blow Up Your Own Balloons

We’re in the midst of a helium shortage, so let’s save what we can for science

By | Posted February 6, 2010

They Got the Beat

They Got the Beat

Rhythm in animals reveals evolution of human music

By | Posted February 5, 2010

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